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Therapists in Boulder

Anastasia Imig, Counselor  in Boulder
“The teenage years instantly elicit a number of emotions from young and old alike. Often times treated like children yet expected to act like adults, adolescents are easily misunderstood, if not entirely avoided. Look no further! I relish working with this age group and truly delight in counseling these "hard to reach" kids. With over 10 years' experience spanning schools, residential / day treatment centers, university mental health, child welfare, and inpatient hospital settings, I use play, art, music, EMDR, and mindfulness techniques to help young people understand, deal with, and overcome the obstacles of growing up.
(720) 627-6718
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
Luellen Ramey, Counselor  in Boulder
“I have recently retired from my university counseling professorship where I spent over 30 years teaching and supervising counselors in training and counseling in a private practice. I have worked with a wide range of issues with a wide variety of clients, including those who were therapists themselves.
(248) 817-4568
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Stewart Brown, Psychologist  in Boulder
“All of us have been hurt and humiliated, and some of us have suffered real trauma, neglect or abuse. We try to bury these experiences, and in order to live we develop ways to protect ourselves that typically involve blame, withdrawal, anger, drugs, manipulation and more. The therapeutic answer involves first resolving thoughts, feelings and behaviors born of actual or perceived past experiences, and secondly discovering an inner core of strength. Psychotherapy facilitates a sense of greater confidence and compassion, and fosters new awareness of connection and belonging. My interest and skill is in being useful to you in this process.
(303) 900-7366
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Patricia J Ledesma, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I approach the therapy process with energy, optimism, and directiveness, bringing my 30+ years experience (including 20 yrs in Boulder) as a traditionally-trained psychologist,as well as my life-long learning in non-traditional methods. It has been my honor to have been trusted by so many on their personal journeys through psychotherapy. I provide a balance between logical, cognitive problem-solving and creative, intuitive processing.
(720) 722-6263
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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
“As a licensed psychologist with over 20 years of experience working with individuals and couples, I take an active approach to the psychotherapeutic process. My style is to create rapid problem identification and resolution. Depending upon the needs of the client, this solution-focused approach may involve cognitive, behavioral, or insight-oriented interventions. Some clients will obtain symptom relief and significant life change in a few sessions, whereas others may require or desire longer-term treatment to achieve or maintain gains. Whether I am working with an individual or a couple, addressing relationship issues is a primary focus of my practice.
(303) 900-5871
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Kristin Lavelle, Counselor  in Boulder
“I enjoy working with clients and honor and respect the differences that make each of us unique. I start with the belief that every person has the capacity to fulfill his or her own potential and I support individuals in meeting their goals. I believe in the innate strength and good in each person and believe that the client-therapist relationship is one of the most important aspects of therapy. I offer a non-judgmental space of warmth, trust, and compassion within which a client can work.
(303) 554-0357
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Cassandra Elizabeth Field, Counselor  in Boulder
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Addiction Counselor, Life & Wellness coach, Somatic Psychotherapist and therapeutic yoga instructor. I work with adults, adolescents, families and couples. I recognize the importance of providing clinically-sound and ethical services that meet the individual needs of each client. My primary focus is to provide a supportive and safe therapeutic environment where you can learn new ways of coping and more effective ways of living a life you love.I have extensive training and experience with issues commonly faced by adults, young people and families. Please go to my website ( for more information.
(303) 818-5061
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Jennifer Sleek, Counselor  in Boulder
“Entering into therapy is an important decision, and finding the right therapist is essential to a successful experience. I believe that every person is deserving of compassion and honor, and is capable of living a rich and satisfying life. Each client is unique and very important to me, and together we will create an approach that works best for you. In our sessions, I focus on empowering emotional, physical, mental, social, and spiritual well being. I believe that we can do our best work together when we come to a shared understanding of your specific challenges and find helpful ways to work on them.
(303) 625-6672
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Teresa Crossland, Counselor  in Boulder
“Therapy Sucks. It's expensive, time-consuming and uncomfortable, but sometimes when you are in pain there is no better option. If you are here now, I applaud your bravery - searching for a therapist can be tedious and confusing, and I encourage you to interview a few to find your perfect fit. My name is Teresa Crossland and I'm a Licensed Professional Counselor serving Boulder County. I specialize in treating anxiety, depression, stress, relationship issues and trauma in adults and teenagers. I use a combination of treatment philosophies with an emphasis on Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy techniques.
(720) 325-1706
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Karen DeClerk, Counselor  in Boulder
“Do you spend too much of your life rehashing past conversations and events, or planning future ones? As humans, we are wired to connect to others and when our connections are disrupted, we have an innate longing to resolve this. Unfortunately our obsessive thinking of our conflicts rarely solve them. By focusing on and honoring our implicit systems, as an individual or a couple, we can shift our patterns and behaviors. I weave together PACt (Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy) Internal Family Systems theory, Jungian psychology and body centered awareness, with a generous sprinkling of the Wise Woman Herbal Tradition.
(303) 835-7084
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Erin Hernandez, Counselor  in Boulder
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Boulder, CO. I help clients to identify and work through difficult times in their life. The therapeutic relationship allows the client to come into contact with parts of the Self that have been hurt in a supportive and nurturing space. In my practice I allow clients to explore ways of expressing their authenticity without judgment. Often, as the therapeutic relationship deepens clients recognize their struggles are interconnected and wounds at the core level are experienced and processed. I am continually inspired by the resiliency of the human spirit and the possibility for growth in every moment.
(720) 523-0231
Boulder, Colorado 80304
La Luna Center, Treatment Facility  in Boulder
“Struggling with disordered eating is painful, frustrating and exhausting. It is common to feel ashamed, alone and stuck. Friends and family may try to help, but they don't always know how to best support you. Let us be your guide to recovery. Insurance accepted!
(720) 606-6985
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Brie Anderson, Passages Counseling LLC  in Boulder
“I am a Child and Family Therapist, specializing in emotional issues (grief, anxiety, anger), attachment disorders, trauma and adoption. My approach is a unique blend of compassion and humor coupled with the latest research in neuroscience and child development. I have worked with children in a variety of settings both in/out of the United States including mental health centers, residential facilities, schools and in-home. I am a dedicated practitioner with over 10 years experience supporting children and families find resiliency, empowerment and hope during difficult times. Call today for a FREE consultation!
(720) 289-2835
Boulder, Colorado 80304
J Nicol Eisenberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist and an EFT Supervisor in Training. I specialize in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy and all kinds of trauma. I use Brainspotting and EMDR for emotionally charged issues, stuck patterns and trauma. I love working with couples to create quick and lasting change that touches the heart of the person and the relationship. See my website for more information:
(303) 647-5597
Boulder, Colorado 80304
April Pojman, Counselor  in Boulder
“Are you ready to take stock of where you have been and where you'd like to go next? During winter nature takes time to slow down and gather strength for the new growth that will come in the spring. Take this opportunity to heal from the past and to gather new strength for the future. Outside or indoors, you can find your current circumstances reflected in nature as part of the natural cycles of growth and change. Through mindfulness of your own living experience, you can connect with the innate wholeness and wisdom already inside you.
(303) 502-9407
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Wendy Nelson, Counselor  in Boulder
“I believe most problems we experience are caused by a combination of two factors; carrying around too much from the past, and not taking good care of ourselves. The symptoms of Depression, Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Substance Abuse can all manifest from not cleaning up the past and from practicing poor self care in in the present. Using a variety of approaches including, Psychotherapy, Hypnosis, EMDR, and Process Work, we will together to shift this balance. As people get better at nurturing themselves and begin to let go of the weight of the past, they feel better.
(303) 974-4367
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Diana Fenton, Counselor  in Boulder
“I work with individuals who are struggling with intense and difficult emotions(anger, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem). Individuals may need guidance to heal the effects of trauma, or may struggle with a life transition such as divorce or a loss. Through deep exploration, individuals gain insight into their internal world, learn to accept and love all of themselves and create a sense of balance and peace within. I work with individuals to heal their deepest wounds and feel encouraged, clear, and empowered. It is my goal to help each individual bring our work from session to the world.
(720) 466-7950
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Kate Ferrell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAC, II
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and certified addictions counselor (CAC II) experienced in providing substance abuse and mental health therapy to adults, adolescents and couples. As a therapist, I use evidenced based practices such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Motivational Interviewing to help my clients make positive changes. I utilize a strengths-based solution oriented approach to therapy. My goal is to help clients identify and address their issues as quickly as possible so that they can move on and enjoy their lives. Areas of expertise are: Couples Counseling, Addiction/Alcoholism, Anxiety, Depression and Bipolar Disorder.
(720) 897-5237
Boulder, Colorado 80301
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