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Therapists in Boulder

Patricia Carruth, Psychologist  in Boulder
“As a licensed psychologist with 25 years of clinical experience, I strive to support my clients in identifying and meeting their goals in order to move beyond obstacles and make desired changes. I provide a respectful, empathic, supportive therapeutic relationship and space that is responsive to each individual's needs and goals. It is truly an honor to be a part of the turmoil and the triumphs of the journeys my clients travel.TOGETHER we will work to resolve past traumas, change self-defeating behaviors and limiting beliefs and learn new skills in order to create integrated and lasting change.
(303) 747-4257
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
Jan West, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am an Executive Leadership Coach and Consulting Psychologist bringing years of experience working in the "sweet spot" where strengthening human potential and leveraging the power of business to do good can come together. I have a keen interest in people's success in life, work, and business, and I see my role as supporting and challenging people in being their best selves. The combination of my years of training and experience, my Ph.D. in psychology, my work as a Board-Certified Coach, and my personal business experience set me apart in the world of coaching.
(720) 606-2228
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Ashley Davis, Counselor  in Boulder
“Ashley Davis is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado; she is a Certified Gestalt Psychotherapist, an EMDRIA Certified Therapist in EMDR and is trained in Neurofeedback with over 15 years experience in the field. Ashley is in private practice in Boulder working with adolescents, adults and families. She specializes in working with adolescents and individuals with PTSD/trauma, depression, anxiety, sexual abuse, major life transitions, loss/grief spirituality, and individuals that want to experience more self-awareness. Ashley also has extensive training and experience doing spiritual counseling with clients.
(303) 502-9408
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Moana Kruschwitz, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I believe that there is great power in developing a deeper understanding of who you are, your strengths and weakness, and how your brain functions and adapts-and applying this information to develop ways to manage and communicate your emotions and needs to the important people in your life. I have been working with kids, teens, adults and families for the last 15 years, and find it very meaningful and rewarding. I specialize in anxiety, depression, attachment and neurodevelopmental disorders, using cognitive-behavioral, interpersonal, solution-oriented and family systems based approaches.
(303) 951-4779
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Claudia Murphy, Counselor  in Boulder
“I believe the solutions to many of our life’s struggles are already within ourselves. As your therapist, I will assist you to identify what you envision for yourself, and help you feel better and accomplish your goals. My approach is practical, concrete and collaborative. In our work together we focus on your strengths, accomplishments and inherent skills and wisdom.
(303) 747-4028
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Pierre Bouchard, Counselor  in Boulder
“I love working with young men who are trying to figure out who they are and people suffering from trauma. Using cutting edge body psychotherapy and attachment based work, I help clients unwind memories and patterns that have been lodged in their nervous systems. With young men, I help guys find more vitality in their lives, flexibility in their minds and strength in their balls, through a mixture of somatic work, relational skill building, and boundary work.
(860) 598-4081
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Robert Unger,   in Boulder
“My approach to psychotherapy is not primarily problem or solution focused; I am interested in working in depth to help people to understand themselves; their impulses, desires, and needs, so that they can make conscious decisions about how to meaningfully direct their lives in an increasingly complicated world. Hence I deemphasize the language of diagnosis in favor of one of self-reflection, awareness, and understanding. As virtually any issue one brings to treatment can be either attributed to, or is influenced by, some kind of relationship dilemma, relationships are usually a significant focus of my work, including the client-therapist relationship itself.
(303) 720-7364
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Stacey Arnett, Counselor  in Boulder
“The Hopi language contains an ancient term that English needs: koyaanisqatsi: life out of balance. Are you living a life of worrisome unease that feels out of balance because of anxiety, stress, depression, trauma...a broken heart? Are you called to another way of living? If you're looking for a therapist with a great deal of experience as well as the tools and practices that can lead to a changed life, our sessions together will help you discover and renew a life filled with healing, meaning and purpose.
(303) 578-3362
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Lorna Benton, LCSW/ Dynamic Parent Coaching, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
“Some days are just hard and we all have "those days" but if it feels like it's always hard and doesn't seem to get any better, then it's time to get some help. If you or a family member are wanting to feel comfortable in your own skin, to have home be 'a safe place to land', wish for better connections and compassion, then give me a call to schedule your free (no-obligation) consultation.
(303) 449-0345
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Maribeth Nelson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPC, EMDR, II
“Is your child or teenager angry, irritable, agitated, tearful? Worried, moody, emotional? Having difficulty expressing feelings and communicating? Unable to focus, can't sit still? Are you looking for practical parenting or personal skills or wondering how to enhance communication and relationships in your family? Or experiencing distressing symptoms from traumatic experience(s)? If so, I can help! I specialize in identifying, creating strategies for, and clearing emotional and behavioral patterns in children, teens, and adults. I create personalized, practical strategies for children and teens and assist parents in creating family dynamics that balance the needs of all family members.
(720) 316-7144
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Sara Graham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Therapy is such a unique and personal journey, therefore I practice an integrative and individualized style of therapy to best address your specific needs. My therapeutic style can be described as interactive, empathetic, nonjudgmental and gently challenging. I focus on helping to build on client's strengths while also directing attention to those behaviors and thoughts that hold people back from achieving their goals and living a more authentic life. I have particular expertise with eating disorders, addictions, depression, anxiety, highly sensitive temperament, self-esteem issues, and relationship issues.
(720) 961-5411
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Erica Lancaster,   in Boulder
“My passion is to facilitate your healing journey. I believe that part of our healing is to challenge what we believe about ourselves and the world surrounding us. Once we can start to challenge your beliefs, we can unlock stuck energy in your life to then discover your vitality for living the life that you want to live. I believe that we all have the power to access radical self-acceptance to find our inner goodness. I specialize working with women experiencing relationship issues or past trauma and young adults finding their way to independence.
(608) 531-8437
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Christine Talaga Morgan, Counselor  in Boulder
“My best work is with individuals and couples working with anxiety, mood disorders, relationship struggles and emotional regulation and pain tolerance. Often times, people find themselves coming into my office to rid themselves of difficult emotions and I believe my job is to help people find a way to work with and maybe even tolerate these feelings and experiences.
(720) 722-3601
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Tatum Oman, Counselor  in Boulder
“Play therapy can help children experiencing an emotional and/or behavioral concern. These concerns can occur from a variety of events, including but not limited to, a traumatic event, loss, moving, chronic illness, having difficulty with sensory or a physical ailment. The center follows a non-directive approach allowing the child to lead the session, therefore, processing without pressure. People are unique, therefore; each treatment plan is unique and tailored for the individual depending on their needs. The center offers play therapy and animal assisted therapy with a hedgehog.
(720) 608-2550
Boulder, Colorado 80302
The Clear Mind Center of Boulder Colorado,   in Boulder
“How can Neurofeedback help? Neurofeedback is a computer based biofeedback program that has been proven to be successful in eliminating or improving the symptoms associated with ADHD and other learning disabilities, anxiety and depression, and migraines and insomnia. Research also supports its efficacy in alleviating the symptoms of Traumatic Brain Injury, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and other brain related syndromes. Neurofeedback is a painless treatment (done while watching a movie) that starts with a brain map to assess the areas of the brain that demonstrate impaired functioning. Clients often experience results where other treatments have failed.
(720) 744-3592
Boulder, Colorado 80303
“I specialize in the treatment of Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD) in adults and adolescents over 16 years old. As a Yale-trained Advanced Practice Nurse (APN), I am Board Certified and licensed to diagnose, prescribe medication, and provide treatment for ADD/ADHD and the problems that sometimes accompany it (for example, depression, anxiety, substance abuse, etc). I recently moved from Connecticut, where I treated > 1000 people with ADHD in the past 11 years in my private practice.
(203) 318-4446
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Simone Lichty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I approach my work with clients with warmth, curiosity, openness, and respect for differences. Most people seek therapy when their current ways of coping no longer serve them. Working together, we can gain insight into why and how you may have developed unhelpful patterns. From this understanding, it is possible to move forward into a more gratifying, authentic life.
(720) 360-7155
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Kim Kluger-Bell, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
“There is nothing I enjoy more than helping people improve their relationships; feel less stressed and more content. I take a down-to-earth approach that focuses on your particular needs, desires and goals. Then we come up with a plan for how to enable you to meet your goals. This involves finding out what is blocking you from having the kind of relationship (or life) you want, and taking the steps to overcome those obstacles. Once you understand the source of your difficulties, and have an ally to help you make the necessary changes, anything is possible.
(303) 622-3229
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Kimberly Welch, Counselor  in Boulder
“When our lives become unsettled by overwhelming stress, transitions, or losses we often find ourselves feeling fragmented and confused, wondering if life will ever feel better. We may experience feelings such as sadness, loneliness, anger, or anxiety--feelings that are all normal, but uncomfortable and limiting. Life can feel better. While these times can feel dark and difficult, they can also provide the possibility of a new sense of direction to our lives. They offer us the opportunity to slow down, tune into ourselves, and make meaningful changes.
(720) 606-2476
Boulder, Colorado 80304
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