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Angela Bigford, Counselor  in Boulder
“As a Somatic Counselor, I work from an understanding of how our thoughts and emotions are necessarily intertwined with our body - internally with brain wiring and externally through behaviors that communicate when words do not. My focus is challenging emotional states and helping adults, children, partners, and families resolve what the resulting behaviors may be trying to communicate. Specifically, I work with anxiety, panic, anger, depression, ptsd, low self-esteem, unforgiveness, fear of death/abandonment, and grief. Together we choose methods that feel like a fit to meet your circumstance. Ultimately, the goal is empowerment.
(303) 589-3376
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Erin M. Wolfe, Counselor  in Boulder
“Every child has a gift, a path and a purpose in their life. This path is being laid even in young childhood, and it can be an exciting part of parenthood to watch our children unfold and grow. And, as we parents know, the path isn't always easy. For some families, the support of a professionally trained therapist can help. Whether struggling with major life changes, divorce and separation issues, trauma, academic or behavioral issues, anxiety or depression, I can help you and your child find a path to greater empowerment, mastery and wellbeing.
(720) 897-5756
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Sherry A Lewis, Counselor  in Boulder
“2001 Counselor of the Year. I help people overcome challenges and trauma, to fulfill their potential and live their dreams. I teach people coping STRATEGIES to RESOLVE problems, anxiety, anger, and depression, leading them to a HIGHER QUALITY of LIFE. Over 20 years experience has helped me become creative and effective in devising strategies to help people ACHIEVE RESULTS and advance in an individually meaningful way. The strategies I've devised also HELP KIDS gain communication skills, reduce aggression, decrease behavior issues, and build friendships.
(303) 900-7189
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Johanna Lindau, Counselor  in Boulder
“I believe we all have the ability to live an abundant and happy life! Through working with the mind-body-spirit connection in a safe and supportive environment, we can reach our true potential. I incorporate various techniques to create your right fit, including nature, the body/ movement practices, creative arts and mindfulness to reach your goal. Through these techniques, trauma and relationship informed principles, clients are able to recognizing and overcome debilitating behaviors and beliefs, bringing the possibility of long term change. Whether you are struggling with addiction, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, life-transitions or relationship challenges, I can offer understanding and support.
(831) 325-0382
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Donna Roe Daniell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I'm passionate about helping you find your highest potential as a women. At whatever stage you are in your life, each transition is an opportunity to dive into the issues and the struggles, rather than avoid or push it all down. This is nurturing yourself. I teach mindfulness as a tool for inner balance and self-discovery. I offer two levels of groups to learn these mindfulness skills and then move deeper into spiritual healing of any traumas and emotional blocks that are keeping you stuck. Through this work you will experience less stress, more joy and happier relationships.
(303) 578-3941
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Marilyn Coonelly, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am a clinical psychologist with over twenty years of experience. I use an eclectic combination of skills and techniques to help you remove blocks, change self-defeating behavior, resolve past trauma, and move forward in your life. I see you as a partner in your treatment and hope we can work together to create the change you desire. I believe in working with the body, mind and spirit to create integrated and lasting change. Training: cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, family systems, and solution-focused therapy.
(303) 900-5679
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Afra Moenter  in Boulder
“Let's explore those parts of you that want to be seen, held, and transformed. While my deep connection to the wild places in nature and contemplative practices inform my work, I incorporate skills from a variety of trainings I have successfully completed over the years. I offer a therapeutic environment of respectful challenge, acceptance, curiosity, and joy. Individuals I have worked with have experienced long-lasting changes, deep transformation, and shifts when feeling stuck and hopeless. I would like to support you in creating a deeply satisfying and joyful life.
(720) 606-4341
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Rob Leach, Psychologist  in Boulder
“My goal is to help you find healthy ways to feel better and reach your potential. Depending on your needs, I can help you develop effective ways to address relationship difficulties, self-defeating behavior, or bothersome feelings, such as worry, sadness, irritability, and fatigue. I provide dependable support and guidance as you find positive ways to respond to life’s challenges – whether that happens to be relationship problems, academic pressures, employment issues, health concerns, grief and loss, or some other matter.
(303) 747-4305
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Lynne Foote, Counselor  in Boulder
“This is the soul of my work: to help you explore your issues; confront your fears; heal your wounded places; and find the courage to live and speak your truth. Working with me gives you the opportunity to see your problems in a new light. I have worked effectively with clients to: improve their relationships; invigorate their sex life; deepen their intimacy; move through a major life transition; recover from divorce; define and achieve career goals; manage depression and anxiety, and recover from addictions. I can help you go from where you are to where you want to be.
(303) 900-5112
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Brooke Vanek  in Boulder
“Through support and encouragement, I strongly believe that every individual has the ability to create change and find balance in their lives. Currently, I am specializing in working with clients who are struggling with anxiety, infertility and depression. In addition to my specialties, I see clients with varying life challenges and mental health concerns.
(303) 647-4419
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
North Boulder Counseling Ltd, Counselor  in Boulder
“Gen specializes in grief and major life transitions for both adults and children. This includes death, divorce, chronic illness, and many more experiences that force change in our lives. Her counseling style focuses on establishing supportive connections with clients. She has a clinical approach that helps clients become more aware of how they respond to their daily lives. Gen gives clients practical ways to address the issues compromising their wellbeing.
(720) 588-3174
Boulder, Colorado 80301
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
Elissa D. Burdick  in Boulder
“Issues of low self-esteem and poor self-image can have drastic effects on one's personal relationships, family life, and career. I offer mindfulness-based counseling for young adults who are looking to: improve their feelings of self-worth, find their direction in life, and become more awake to their truest self. Have you been feeling overly sad lately? Or numbed-out? Do you worry about what other people will think about you? Are you having trouble sleeping because your mind will not shut off? Do you struggle to complete tasks at home and at work? I can help.
(720) 606-6482
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Lisa Aweida-Ross, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Are you overwhelmed by your emotions? Do you worry excessively and strive to gain control? Are events from your past difficult to leave behind? Would you like to feel more connection with others? If you have tried unsuccessfully to make changes, therapy can help. I provide a comfortable, safe environment for psychotherapy that blends warmth, humor, compassion and interactive conversation. I truly enjoy my work and strive to help clients build on strengths and create more effective patterns of living. I have specialized training and 20 years of experience working with women, men, children and families.
(303) 900-5924
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Kelley Burgin  in Boulder
“I'm a psychotherapist focused on helping couples, families and individuals learn skills to help improve their relationship to themselves and to others. I think life is all about relationships with friends, lovers, family, co-workers... even relationships with work or addictive behaviors, and of course, that sometimes tricky relationship to yourself. So getting that right is the magic that brings our lives into focus and let's us be our best self. My passions lie in couples therapy, sex therapy, depression, anxiety and personal growth.
(720) 463-2159
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Sanam Pejuhesh, Counselor  in Boulder
“I specialize in Play Therapy with 2-11 year old children and Parenting Support . I support children who experience emotional and behavioral challenges. Working closely with parents and caretakers I strive to understand the child's unique emotional needs and discover how we can effectively meet these needs. When children feel understood and accepted in a safe relationship, they are able to express, process and integrate their internal experience . The parent will naturally find that the child's behavior shifts and he/she feels more positive, more regulated, more resilient and confident. Play Therapy communicates with children through their language.
(303) 732-6875
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Ryan E. Vigh,   in Boulder
“Ryan, aka "Coach Vigh" or "Vigh", takes an integrative approach to Therapeutic Mentoring by utilizing multiple theoretical models, in addition to educational strategies, to best fit an individual client's needs. "My approach emerged from my formal instruction in Cognitive Psychology and Educational Psychology, my experience working in the field for 15 years, as well as my desire to instill positive changes in someone such as those that my mentor was able to foster in me."
(508) 439-4606
Boulder, Colorado 80308
Elizabeth Stahl, Counselor  in Boulder
“Elizabeth Stahl is a psychotherapist who specializes in helping people form supportive communities. She counsels clients who are interested in getting their needs met within intimate relationships, families, work environments and other social venues. Through individual and group therapy Elizabeth helps clients express their needs, cultivate self-compassion and evolve while learning about group dynamics and how to be effective negotiating within the communities they inhabit and actively building new communities that they would like to be a part of.
(646) 681-6271
Boulder, Colorado 80302
John Ould, Counselor  in Boulder
“Welcome. I want to help you work through the difficult issues and challenging patterns in your life, so you can have more freedom and fulfillment in your life and relationships. I am a Certified Hakomi Therapist (CHT) and specialize in using this body-centered and mindfulness-based approach to help you transform the habitual patterns that are limiting your life. Working together, we will discover your organic path to healing and growth, so you can move forward again. I work with individuals and couples, supporting them in a wide range of issues, including attention to attachment and trauma issues.
(720) 463-1151
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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