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Alicia Patterson, Counselor  in Boulder
Counselor, MA
“I've been involved with therapeutic work since 2009. I'm passionate about working with individuals, groups, and couples. The way I work and live comes from a body-centered lens using mindfulness practices. I hope to create a safe and trusting environment that supports change and growth. I hope to help clients find their way toward living a more fulfilling, content, and creative life that is not under the control of past traumas, but comes from the safe place inside of you. I believe in the wisdom and guides you hold that have led you to where you are.
(720) 897-5205
Boulder, Colorado 80301
The Intimacy Institute, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
“At the Intimacy Institute for sex and relationship therapy, I help couples and individuals address sexual concerns and emotionally enrich their relationships. Common issues explored often include desire discrepancies, erectile and ejaculation issues, orgasm issues, painful intercourse, infidelity, alternative lifestyles and sexual expression, and compulsive sexual behavior. The Intimacy Institute is a non-judgmental and confidential environment, open and affirming to all people regardless of race, ethnicity, culture, ability, age, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, gender, religious or political beliefs, and/or alternative forms of sexual expression and lifestyle.
(720) 331-3354
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Neil J Rosen, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Life is complicated. Self-defeating patterns, awful moods, low self-esteem, relationship problems, school or parenting dilemmas warrant attention and usually respond to professional help. I work with professionals, students, executives, academicians, artists, writers, engineers, entrepreneurs and other creative individuals.
(303) 494-1116
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Catherine M Houston, Counselor  in Boulder
“If you're feeling at the end of your rope in your relationship with your partner, child, work, or some aspect of yourself, you may be ready to make a change. While feeling gripped by pain, fear, despair, uncertainty, doubt, and even shame feels like anything but a blessing, 5 years from now, you may look back and identify this moment as the one that positively altered the course of your life forever.
(720) 408-2487
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Karen Eiffert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In 20+ years of experience in working with individuals and families in crisis, I have learned to appreciate the potential for growth within challenges. Whether working with young adults who are struggling with motivation and individuation, adults with anxiety or depression, or adolescents navigating family and social issues, I assist my clients in developing skills to remain centered, calm, and confident in the face of adversity. Blending traditional and non-traditional approaches to growth and change, we work to identify and shed thoughts, beliefs, and actions that are no longer working, and to find new ways to approach old problems.
(720) 414-6110
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Lauren Casalino, Counselor  in Boulder
“If you are experiencing depression, anxiety, anger or other difficult emotions, if you are in the midst of life-changing events, such as the loss of a job or relationship, the death of a loved one, or diminished physical abilities, if you find that your ways of relating with others result too often in pain, rather than love, I can guide you, as an individual or as a couple, to let go of distressing emotions, limiting thoughts, and counter-productive habits of relationship, opening up the potential within each moment for experiences of love, peace, purpose, joy, acceptance, and connection.
(303) 900-5502
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Michael J Davis, Counselor  in Boulder
“Relationship Issues: Do frustrations, disappointments and anger show up repeatedly in your relationship? Were you hoping it would turn out so differently? Are you ready to deal with your differences in a way that could bring you closer to each other. Are you ready to learn skills for removing criticism and blame from your relationship? Are you ready to discover how to make it safe, passionate and fun? Through Counseling Sessions and Couples Workshops, I help couples and families understand their challenges and their resources. And I help them create the safety to stretch, grow and become more intentional.
(720) 408-2808
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Shari Wind, Counselor  in Boulder
“Close relationships have been and remain a mainstay in the lives of most individuals. In friendships, in committed relationships, in marriage, and in families, our emotional health is vital for successful relationships. When individuals find themselves unhappy, conflicted, or unsatisfied in their relationships, an exploration and assessment of themselves and their relationships helps reveal and highlight areas of desired change and areas of needed acceptance. My clients appreciate my honesty and engagement in sessions. I consider counseling a team effort and collaboration is integral to my approach.I bring the most up to date techniques and approaches to my counseling.
(303) 819-8775
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Cyndi Rutledge, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, anxious, sad or hopeless? Having trouble with substance abuse? My practice focuses on helping adults of all ages struggling with substance abuse, depression and anxiety. Providing a safe, stress-free, accepting environment, I will help guide you toward relief and success in your daily life. I have experience working with young men and women in college and women of all ages on their personal struggles. I hope you will allow me help you take control of your life and become the happy, content and motivated person you are meant to be.
(720) 213-5748
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Tammy Lea McKaskle  in Boulder
“I believe that the human mind is intrinsically healthy. During some life experiences we disconnect from this health and what manifests are symptoms of dis-ease (a lack of balance and ease in life). In my work I do NOT believe that these symptoms define who you are. Instead, I see the symptoms as messengers. It is my hope to bring attention to these messengers with gentle acceptance and a simultaneous knowledge that change is possible. Through focus on mindfulness and acceptance-based techniques I will work with you toward reconnecting with your natural balance and health.
(303) 946-6070
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jaci Hull, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CHT
“I work with teens, adults, and couples (of any orientation) specializing in a mindful, experiential and body-integrative approach. I emphasize personal and relational empowerment bringing forth the best part of yourself while solving life's dilemmas. I work with trauma, anxiety, life stage struggles, relationship issues and depression. I integrate and update the latest, effective techniques that also reflect the principles of my practice. Please see my website: www.jacihull.com for more information.
(303) 351-5557 x1
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Mia Bertram, Counselor  in Boulder
“I am a Child and Family Therapist specializing in Play Therapy, working with children ages 3- 12 struggling with such issues such as grief, adoption/foster care, trauma, self- esteem, divorce and sensory processing disorder. I have received extensive training at the Play Therapy Institute of Colorado in brain development and utilizing the nervous system as a means to understand and help clients regulate themselves. I am a resource for parents and caregivers, offering coaching and education to help create loving relationships by understanding their child's needs and ways to support their growth individually and within the family system.
(720) 340-6615
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Melissa Jones, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you feel sad, stressed out overwhelmed or stuck in your day to day life? Do you feel disconnected from loved ones? If so, I would like to help. Life can be painful and difficult. Sometimes we feel that we have no control over what is happpening around us. I would like to help you build on your strengths and guide you in finding your way.
(303) 816-8945
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Patti Wade,   in Boulder
“I am a speech pathologist in private practice in the Boulder, Co area. I specialize in working with families with children between the ages of one and twelve years with a variety of communication challenges including autistic spectrum disorders, apraxia, cleft palate, developmental delay, phonological delay, language processing disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders, and social/pragmatic disorders. Roughly half of my practice is dedicated to working with parents of infants, toddlers and children on the autistic spectrum.
(310) 220-4037
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Kathy Narum, Counselor  in Boulder
“I work best with those who have experienced any sort of struggle or trauma that is hard to recover from, be it abuse of any kind, transitions, accidents, depression or any other difficulty. Though I work with all clients, I work best with women and adolescents. Looking at the whole person is critical to me and I place importance on assessing and addressing the health of body, mind and spirit.
(303) 500-3930
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Paula R Schild, Counselor  in Boulder
“Are you ready for richer, more satisfying relationships? Are you having relationship problems with your spouse/partner, family, stepfamily, friends, co-workers, and yourself? I can help you identify the ways that you interact with others that create problems in your relationships. I love working with people to build happier lives and better, healthier relationships--whatever challenges they face. I create a safe, non-judgmental environment that allows people to feel comfortable enough to reveal painful issues. I help clients understand their relationship problems and figure out how to feel happier and more satisfied with themselves and their relationships.
(303) 900-7271
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Leah Kaplan, Counselor  in Boulder
“BRIEF OVERVIEW : As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified Coach, I advocate for my clients to identify goals to achieve to create a future that is bright. I use my extensive counselor academic background, (to understand and appreciate the large impact of family dynamics and past experiences), however, I may spend less time examining the past, and more time using solution-based strategies to change faulty beliefs, thoughts and old habits. I like to access an individual's strengths, to achieve the desired results, and move into the future. I customize my approach to individual client needs.
(720) 408-2086
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Philip Sutton, Psychologist  in Boulder
“A heallthy mind and fullfilling life is something we all want. If you're looking for some extra support and guidance through a challenging situation, or you're just ready to move your life in a new direction, I look forward to helping you achieve your goals. If you're wrestling with troublesome thoughts, feelings, behaviors, or relationships, I can help. If you're struggling with depression or anxiety I have many years of experience in these areas. My approach is focused on solving specific problems in your daily life. Please call and let me help.
(720) 316-8865
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Dan Riggan, Counselor  in Boulder
“Are you feeling depressed? Anxious? Overwhelmed? Having challenges in your relationship? If yes, then I welcome you to some of today's common experiences of Being Human. Life these days is so fast-paced and complex that it has become a daily challenge to meet one's basic needs and to maintain a balanced and joyful life. I will help you to dissect the roots of your emotional struggles, relational patterns, and early family experiences in order for you to break free of the burdens you have carried for years that do not work in your life.
(303) 578-3501
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Stephanie Small, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, NE
“I'm a psychotherapist and holistic nutritionist (and former sugar addict), and I help my clients heal their relationship with food. I work with women and men who have been stuck in a cycle of binge eating, food addiction, and/or body hatred for years, or even decades. They've tried various tactics to solve it - usually dieting and trying to increase their willpower - but they find that none of these approaches work in the long term. Some have even tried traditional talk therapy, but the ones who find their way to me say it hasn't quite worked.
(720) 523-0404
Boulder, Colorado 80305
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