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Therapists in Hygiene

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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
Megan Cronin Larson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer individual psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and young adults who are experiencing a wide range of emotional, behavioral, relational, and academic difficulties. With younger children, I utilize play therapy, as play is the language that children use to communicate, learn, and grow.Play therapy can help children deal with any kind of stress-academic challenges, social or sibling problems, anxiety or self-regulation. It gives the child a consistent, safe place to learn more about their own mind, their feelings and reactions.
(720) 822-0141
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Annemarie Prairie, Counselor  in Boulder
“Welcome. Many of us enter therapy because there is a part of us that knows life could be better than it is now but we are unsure how to get there. Some of us get stuck thinking about our past and others worry about the future. In our sessions, we look at removing what isn't working for you and replacing it with tools and experiences that support you in your life. I specialize in helping people in a nonjudgmental and accepting way.
(720) 924-3715
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Sara Gael, Counselor  in Boulder
“Are you looking for a more spiritual, holistic approach to counseling? The roots of the term psychotherapy come from the latin psyche (soul) and therapy (care of). The care and feeding of the soul has been largely forgotten in our modern society, including therapy. We see the results of this forgetting in our individual lives, our relationships, and in a planet in crisis. Symptoms of anxiety, depression, and distress are the voice of a hungry soul, longing to be fed. Transpersonal therapy honors your journey as an ensouled being with a unique purpose which, when connected with, feeds the world.
(575) 519-1155
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Boulder Family Counseling - Susan Caso, Counselor  in Boulder
“It takes courage to ask for help; you have already taken the first step. Life throws us situations we don't anticipate or have encountered before and we need help getting through. You are here because you or someone you care about is in pain. You have come to the right place. We have all had those times when we need someone besides family and friends to talk to. People come to me for a variety of reasons: anxiety and depression, relationship problems, family issues, emotional and social struggles, rebuilding self-esteem, child and teen difficulties, general life transitions, and personal growth.
(720) 440-2030
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Stephanie Helsel, MA, LPC, Counselor  in Boulder
“I believe that individuals have within themselves an innate ability to achieve their goals. It begins with a vision, a clear sense of purpose, and the willingness to identify and remove obstacles that inhibit the desired results. I consider it a privilege to help my clients with their journeys toward healing and self-actualization.
(720) 463-2421
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Darin Rachel Pyatt, Counselor  in Boulder
“Teens and their parents are the focus of my practice. I specialize in helping adolescents who are struggling with depression, anxiety, grief, substance use and/or addiction issues. I also specialize in assisting parents of adolescents with issue such as setting boundaries, co-parenting after divorce, intervention for at-risk behavior and with putting together a comprehensive safety and wellness plan for their child. Additionally, I work with adults individually, with a special interest in working with individuals with chronic or acute illness, grief, life transition, depression, anxiety, trauma or addiction issues.
(720) 636-8779
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Piper Murray, Counselor  in Boulder
“In my experience, the challenges that most throw our lives out of balance can often be traced to some loss of connection. When we're depressed, we're disconnected from our own value and vitality. When we're anxious, we've lost touch with our own wisdom and resourcefulness. When we're overcome with grief, we've lost something important to us and, with it, an essential part of ourselves. To me, psychotherapy is fundamentally about restoring these very vital connections--to ourselves, to our world, to the people and activities that give our lives meaning.
(720) 924-4606
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Marta Aarli, Counselor  in Boulder
“The therapy process can help you to develop a deeper connection to your true feelings, more authentic communication, healthier and more satisfying relationships, a clearer path through life, and a sense of being more "yourself". I take an eclectic approach, using talk therapy, dreamwork/play, creative expression, insight into family relationships, and exploring beliefs developed in childhood and the ways that they influence your current patterns and choices.
(303) 900-5665
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Keith Kurlander, Counselor  in Boulder
“FEELING STUCK? READY TO MAKE A BIG SHIFT? CALL FOR YOUR FREE TRANSFORMATIONAL PSYCHOTHERAPY SESSION. Transformational Psychotherapy is a very powerful, safe, effective, and deeply supportive modality that I've developed from first hand experience, and after working with hundreds of people over many years. Through a combination of experiential methods, interpersonal dialogue, contemplative frameworks, traditional therapy, and body-centered exploration, I can help people access their inner wisdom, and provide a space for deep growth and healing. I work with individual adults and couples. Check out my website to learn more! I look forward to connecting with you.
(303) 900-5965
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jennifer S Delaney, Counselor  in Boulder
“Therapy does not have to go on for years. I am seeing profound healing in clients becoming mindful of their programming. When they recognize the deep-seated beliefs they have inadvertently inherited, they begin to "change their mind." Brainspotting allows the body to release the emotions trapped in the body during a traumatic incident, ranging from childhood abuse to a car accident. Cognitive (mind) and somatic (body) techniques combine for effective results. I hope I can be the witness to your recovery. I work with adults and teens experiencing difficulty through transitions, chronic pain, grief/loss, divorce, anxiety and trauma.
(720) 263-4667
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Shelly King,   in Louisville
“Do you find yourself yearning for better relationships? Do you feel stuck in old patterns with your partner? Are you feeling depressed, stressed out, or anxious? Relationships are hard, even under the best of circumstances! Yet despite any challenges, we are wired for connection. It is in a secure, loving relationship with another that we experience the best version of ourselves. With warmth and authenticity I work with couples and individuals to change patterns that are no longer serving them by integrating their past into their present so a different future is possible.
(303) 625-9274
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Thomas L Fiester, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am a psychologist with over forty years experience in university, residential,and private practice settings. This extensive experience with adolescence through old age gives me the insight, skill and perspective to be an efficient and effective psychotherapist. Couples, individuals and families in my practice can expect to be comforted, challenged (often humorously), and guided as they gain control of their emotional and physical behaviors. Enhancing awareness of emotions and cognitions, understanding their relationship, and implimenting that knowledge for change, describes my therapeutic process. Theoretical influences on my orientation are psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, humanistic, existential, and family systems.
(303) 625-6750
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Dhiana Armstrong, Counselor  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CAC, III, CHT
“I believe in the power of people to change. Clients that are dedicated to their own healing will find support, information, and creative professional treatment in my practice. I treat adolescents, adults and elderly because change is possible at any age. I have an extensive background treating individuals from all walks of life, in many different clinical settings, and with many diverse conditions. I am very open minded and non-judgemental. I have worked in the healthcare field for many years and have a holistic approach, with special interest in mindfulness, stress management, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders and addiction issues.
(303) 900-5681
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Lodi Siefer, Counselor  in Boulder
“The clients who gravitate toward my practice tend to be working with life transitions, trauma, grief and loss, body image issues and/or depression and anxiety. I work with many clients who identify as members of the LGBTQ community, some with sexual orientation or gender identity as a current focus and others with another issue bringing them to therapy. I have worked in a variety of community mental health agencies and in addition to the previously mentioned areas, I have experience working with mood disorders, addictions, eating disorders, interpersonal challenges and survivors of intimate partner violence.
(303) 647-4925
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Elizabeth Klaers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“At some point we have all struggled, been hurt and felt alone in our pain. What if we do not have to navigate these times alone? My intention is to offer a gentle, grounded presence contributing to a warm, collaborative environment where my clients feel safe enough to explore, make discoveries and integrate new ways of living life and being in relationship with others. The work in therapy often leads to a more balanced experience in one's daily life and relationships. Convenient Boulder location on RTD bus-line. Evening and Saturday appointments may be available.
(720) 463-2359
Boulder, Colorado 80301
María Elena García,   in Boulder
“I founded my practice on the belief that human beings are resilient. I am a transpersonal psychotherapist who views psychology holistically. In other words, I recognize how issues that arise can be a call for personal reflection and growth instead of just a diagnosis. My desire is to help people connect with their inner wisdom and strength to realize their potential to heal and overcome personal challenges. My mission is help you see the wisdom that you possess and help you cultivate that which you desire, so that you can be your best self. Please see my site: www.mariaelenagarcia.com for more info.
(720) 336-4208
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Root Connections Counseling, Counselor  in Boulder
“At Root Connections Counseling, I focus on grief and bereavement, couples work and sex therapy, as well as men's work and redefining masculinity- in both English and Spanish. "Root Connections" comes from my philosophy of psychotherapy. Oftentimes, we patch up larger fixes with temporary solutions. At Root Connections, we drop deeper into the root of the issue, finding solutions from the ground up. When roots are healed, we can develop a richer sense of self and strength for all areas of life. Join me on a collaborative and solution-oriented journey to find your full meaning, potential and passion.
(720) 606-4507
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Inner Strength Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Boulder
“I believe you have it within to achieve your goals and I can help. Together we will uncover your inner strength and overcome the things that prevent you from living the full, rich life you deserve. Discovering the resources inside you is something we will do together, at your pace in a safe, supportive environment.
(720) 340-8563
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Laura Wilkes, Counselor  in Boulder
“The Vine Therapy was founded as a center for healing, growth and transition for adolescent and adult individuals. My approach is integrative, as I feel every person has different needs and modalities that will be effective for them. I do not believe that therapy has to be an unenjoyable experience, in fact it can be quite the opposite. I have been treating eating disorders and the wide variety of the struggles that accompany them for many years, and also have a focus on working with teenage girls and college students on the challenges they face. See more at my website, vinetherapyboulder.com
(303) 963-9226
Boulder, Colorado 80303
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
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