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Therapists in Longmont

Stacy Boston, Counselor  in Longmont
“I believe in the positive potential of every client. There's an inherent good in each of us, and with the right approaches and techniques, this core can be cultivated no matter how challenging or painful life may sometimes be. I provide keen emotional awareness, consistency, stability and competence in a trustworthy environment. You'll have access to years of practice and personal understanding. Together, we'll take a team approach to finding a unique set of solutions. And we'll meet challenges and struggles together. You'll discover new choices, solutions and experiences.
(303) 956-9147
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Adam Scott Woodruff, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, CAC, II
“"Many people just like you experience challenges in their lives. I will work with you to understand the unique problems you are facing and help you develop some thoughts and habits that will create a healthier, happier and more fulfilling life. You may understand how thoughts, feelings and behavior interact and impact your relationships and merely need a caring and objective person to support you in making the best use of your knowledge, experience and resources. Whether you are alone or have support of family and friends, I can assist you in achieving your goals.
(303) 900-7116
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Harmony Kwiker, Counselor  in Longmont
“If you have found your way to my profile, you are likely looking for support and guidance as you do the work necessary to have a fulfilling and joyous experience of life. Deep psychotherapy is an imperative element to healing through the past so that we may have a more full and dynamic present. Healing is not only possible, it is imperative to living the life of your dreams. If you would like to learn more about what it would be like to work with me, please call or email.
(720) 463-2468
Longmont, Colorado 80504
Becky Paskind, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PhD
“I really believe in aging as a developmental step; one not given enough attention. For so long, our thinking about change and growth stopped when we made it to adulthood. We are learning this is quite far from true. My goal is to support adults and their families as they make the transitions of later life. These changes do not require that you be depressed, alone, bored, isolated and forgotten as is commonly feared. Your eldering can be vibrant, exciting and happy. I am here to provide you with the support you and your family need to get there.
(720) 608-5892
Longmont, Colorado 80503
Cindy Britan, Counselor  in Longmont
“I am currently moving and unable to accept new clients at this time. My specialty is working with children and parents. My practice focuses on helping children gain insight, process their experiences and learn skills that will help them navigate their increasingly challenging world, while providing support and effective parenting skills for parents. A safe,healing and non-judgmental environment is part of this process. I work with children who exhibit a full range of behavioral and emotional issues, from basic transitional issues to major trauma. Children experience and communicate very differently than adults.
(561) 531-5670
Longmont, Colorado 80503
Nichole Jones, Counselor  in Longmont
“Thank you for visiting my profile! I work with tweens (ages 10 and older), teens, and adults experiencing a number of emotional struggles. I treat a number of people who experience anxiety and panic. I utilize a variety of techniques to best help my client. However, I believe the most powerful force behind therapy is our relationship, or, as I like to say "the love in the room."
(720) 273-3492
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Kevin Sipp  in Longmont
“Broken relationships, tragic events, deep rejection, and unspeakable abuse all contribute to the unrest and pain in your life. I believe there is hope for healing, reunion with others, and a way to awaken the deep longings and desires of your heart even if the events and people of your past tell you otherwise. I strive for counseling to be a pathway for you to have a life characterized by wholeness, vulnerability, and risk. Although I use the same clinical grid as most counselors, I hold a Christian world view that influences my counseling orientation.
(720) 606-4651
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Cynthia Ropek,   in Longmont
“I work with individuals and couples to help you develop new strategies for approaching the challenges of life with more authenticity and ease, and to release self-defeating thought and behavior patterns. I think of psychotherapy as a resource for healing the heart and rewiring the brain, helping you discover resilience and inner strengths that you have forgotten. I have an interactive approach that blends warmth, curiosity, and compassion with in-depth knowledge of effective evidence-based therapies. I love my work and am honored and energized to witness the human capacity for growth and drive for healthy connection.
(303) 502-5704
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Wm Michael Smith, Psychologist  in Longmont
“Have you ever..... Felt confused, angry, upset, or depressed? Not sure which way to go in work or in a relationship? Are health or substance issues getting in the way? Did you have a difficult childhood and the memories and emotions still haunt you? Possibly considering medication? My focus is to help you get the results you desire, and get on with your life! Sessions are effective and teach you the tools to get results and happiness in your life. We often have quite a bit of fun in the process.
(303) 647-4943
Longmont, Colorado 80503
Phyllis Tainey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAC, III
“Psychotherapy can help you to transform your life! In a safe and supportive therapeutic environment, you'll learn how to break old patterns that keep you stuck, so that you can experience happiness, joy, and success in your life. By addressing the emotional issues that keep you from having a healthy relationship with yourself and others, you will develop self-acceptance, self-love and positive self-esteem. With consistent encouragement and support, you can overcome your problems, and heal emotionally inside so that you can reach your personal goals. Please visit my web-sites at and
(303) 720-7852
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Clinton M. Brown, Counselor  in Longmont
“All I really ask of a client is the willingness to begin, to make the call to me, to walk through the door. An ideal client for me is one who is self-aware and willing to put in some work to improve, but none of that is necessary to begin. Just make a start and we can figure it out from there.
(720) 636-8739
Longmont, Colorado 80503
Mark Lersch, Counselor  in Longmont
“I support clients in their spiritual growth and evolution as a soul. Rather than just focusing on better functioning or development of stronger ego, the work I do is about integrating our humanity with our divinity. We do this by centering in our core essence, aligning with Spirit and facing our pain and fears. The solutions to life's problems come not from fixing anything, but rather from meeting obstacles with love. This is done in partnership with Spirit by facing our blocks and allowing the Divine to dissolve those unloving thoughts.
(970) 785-7201
Longmont, Colorado 80504
Julie Mack, Psychologist  in Longmont
“Move Beyond Surviving to Thriving. Areas of expertise include Personal Growth, Self-Improvement, Trauma/PTSD, Post-Traumatic Growth, Depression, Bipolar, Anxiety (Emotional Balancing), Spiritual Awakening, and Consciousness. My approach is eclectic and tailored to each client. I utilize EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). I am a Psychologist, Animal Communicator and a Certified Crimson Circle New Energy Teacher. I create safe, uplifting, authentic, and nurturing spaces. Serving Longmont, Berthoud, Boulder, Niwot, Hygiene, Mead, Frederick and nearby communities. Animal Communication sessions via telephone, or in person (Boulder County). Awaken more joy, freedom, clarity, well-being, integration, self-acceptance and expansion.
(970) 639-6083
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Aspen Neurofeedback, Treatment Facility  in Longmont
“High-performance neurofeedback is a type of brainwave based biofeedback that has shown clinical efficacy in addressing the symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Post-Concussive Syndrome, Anxiety, Depression, and Attention Deficit issues (ADHD), among others.
(970) 368-4995
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Jen Sutton, Counselor  in Longmont
“I have been providing individual, family & group counseling to adolescents and adults in Boulder County since 2000. I have an eclectic style and approach to counseling utilizing a wide range of therapeutic strategies and modalities. Personal growth, development, and change can be both difficult and transformational. I work to help my clients identify patterns of emotion, thought, and behavior, that result in feeling stuck, disconnected, and ultimately block them from achieving true success and potential. Clients are then able to develop the self-awareness and empowerment needed to begin using new tools and take the necessary action steps toward change.
(720) 358-2824
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Ashley Connolly, Counselor  in Longmont
“Using compassion, honesty, and curiosity, I endeavor to create a warm, nurturing environment in which you feel safe to share openly and explore the challenges you are facing without fear of judgment. The foundation of my therapeutic approach is Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy, but I often find that kindness and shared laughter are the best healers of all. As scary as it may feel to reach out for help, I hope you'll contact me; you don't have to do this alone and I'd like to help.
(720) 506-3685
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Jenn Matheson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT, Supervi
“Your health, well-being, and relationships are the most important elements to living a long, good life. Are you struggling to improve your life and relationships? Have you found yourself not functioning well in your daily life? Call me and let me help you get to where you are hoping to be in your life. If you are dealing with grief, loss, and trauma, I can help. I will work with you, your partner, and/or your family to identify the causes of your struggles, create a plan to help you address them, and ensure you are moving in the right direction for YOU!
(720) 943-7593
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Laura Caile, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Longmont
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Therapy is about change. I strive to build a relationship with my clients in which they will heal and grow, overcome lifelong struggles and develop true understandings about themselves. The therapeutic process is about being able to work together to problem solve and find solutions for ongoing concerns and worries and embark on a journey of growth. I have over 15 years of experience as a psychotherapist helping my clients overcome: Depression and Anxiety, Sexual Behavior Problems - Sexual Compulsivity, Sexual Orientation Struggles and Gender Transition Coaching, Dissociation & Trauma, Recovery Relationship Problems and Grief and Loss.
(720) 924-4704
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Joni Martin,   in Longmont
“Your brain is capable of optimal functioning. However, for many people the brain operates inefficiently due to the Central Nervous System (CNS) being out of balance. Symptoms of malfunctioning CNS can include: Memory problems, poor performance on tasks, difficulty sleeping, feeling low or sad, difficulty paying attention, overactivity, feeling anxious, addictions, headaches, catching colds and infections, irritability, feeling stressed and overwhelmed. Neurofeedback helps to seamlessly and effortlessly improve performance in business, school, athletics, performing arts, health, and sleep as well as to alter patterns of unwanted, inefficient, and stuck behaviors. It helps your brain to become more resilient, efficient, and flexible.
(303) 720-7617
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Cindy Gordon, Art Therapist  in Longmont
“Whether you are feeling stuck, down, or just want someone to talk to, this may be a good time to begin therapy and finding the right therapist is critical. I use a combination of verbal and art- and photography-based approaches as we address personal conflicts or problems, begin to understand unproductive patterns and work to change them, and/or seek to enhance self-awareness and foster personal growth. As a therapist, I consider myself a partner in your journey of self-discovery, and you will find a warm and nonjudgmental environment in my office.
(917) 746-0143
Longmont, Colorado 80503
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