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Therapists in Hygiene

Area auto widened to Boulder County - no Therapists were found in the city of Hygiene, CO.
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
Jo Graybill, Psychiatric Nurse  in Boulder
“I am currently accepting new patients into my practice and look forward to speaking with you soon! I welcome the opportunity to discuss creative strategies for engaging with life challenges and strongly encourage individuals to be involved in therapy. I am mindful of both the risks and benefits inherent in the practice of the art and science of psychopharmacology. Through supporting a wholistic approach to the management of situational or biologically based problems, I believe that healthy solutions can be found. I recognize that the process can be intimidating but it is just as frequently full of joy and discovery.
(720) 523-0264
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Stephen Fowlkes, Counselor  in Boulder
“My greatest pleasure is in seeing the people I work with grow, develop new skills, and make choices that bring more joy into their lives and into the lives of their families. I employ art and play therapy to encourage young children to identify and talk about their feelings. I consult with parents to improve discipline and strengthen the parent-child relationship. I also specialize in working with adolescents who are trying to navigate the social and academic pressures that come with secondary school, often working with parents and their teens to foster better communication and trust.
(720) 924-7518
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Robyn Fusco, Counselor  in Longmont
“I enjoy working with people from a wholistic point of view. I work with adults, couples and adolescents. Struggling with past issues of trauma? Or are you dealing with current life stressors such as divorce, depression, anxiety, parenting,or relationship challenges. Together, we can plot a coarse of action to increase wellbeing . A variety of therapy "tools" including Brainspotting, DBT, EMDR,and Emotionally Focused Therapy,are employed. I also provide Life Coaching, a practice with the aim of helping clients determine and achieve personal goals in many areas of your life such as: career, health and wellness, relationships,finances.
(303) 900-5985
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Amy E Robertson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Louisville
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life transitions and challenges offer us an opportunity to find greater clarity of purpose, more meaningful relationships, and increased confidence and personal gratification. Therapy is a transformative process to create positive momentum during shifts in our lives. For 20 years, I have helped individuals and couples face life challenges and successfully navigate life transitions. Though each person's path is unique, our shared goal is consistent: to move you closer to the life you want to lead. Working together we will: alleviate the immediate emotional distress, cultivate a greater sense of meaning, and increase your well-being, health, and prosperity.
(720) 399-1319
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Judy Hansen, Counselor  in Boulder
“If you have gotten this far, you have amazing courage! You have taken an important step, one that most fear: being vulnerable in admitting you need help. Bravo!! I understand how you feel, because I have been there as well! If you have never been in counseling before, I try to make it as easy as possible, bringing warmth, acceptance and compassion for your struggles. I bring a variety of tools to help you address your anxiety, including Splankna, a Christian approach to energy healing.
(720) 358-4515
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Erika Friess, Registered Psychotherapist  in Erie
Verified by Psychology Today
Registered Psychotherapist, MA
“OFFERING LOW COST SESSIONS! The process to grow and change is powerful and sometimes scary. I am passionate about supporting you in your journey through life. My focus is helping you enhance the relationships in your life through exploring connection and communication. I can help you explore your inner truth and help you lead a more authentic life. I do this through experiential and body-centered therapies that focus on healing relationships. For children and teens who are struggling to feel that they are okay in this world, I can help you feel powerful and confidant with who you are.
(303) 327-9209
Erie, Colorado 80516
Kimberly J Lubuguin  in Boulder
“I focus on the strengths of the individual children, adolescents, and the families and use this as a basis for developing treatments that are individualized for the child, adolescent, and family and takes into account family routines and rituals. I set goals that are attainable. Families with children or adolescents with ADHD, disruptive behavior disorders,family issues, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, school phobia, consultation and managing pediatric and adolescent chronic illness (e.g., Asthma, diabetes)at home and school. Helping manage transitions and adjustment for children, adolescents, and families (starting a new school, moving, coping with parent's separation/divorce).
(720) 213-5706
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Christopher Peraro, Counselor  in Boulder
Counselor, MA
“Are you disengaged at work? Experiencing a loss of identity? Are your relationships lacking in fulfillment and connection? Is depression and/or anxiety preventing you from moving forward? If any (or all) of these symptoms are true for you, its time to heed the summons that you've momentarily forgotten. ...You are uniquely designed and meant for great things. Your internal guidance system will get you there with just a bit of training and support. So, write the narrative that wants to be written in you. Create your existential masterpiece. Begin your self-authored journey today!
(303) 647-4478
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Cynthia Ropek,   in Longmont
“I work with individuals and couples to help you develop new strategies for approaching the challenges of life with more authenticity and ease, and to release self-defeating thought and behavior patterns. I think of psychotherapy as a resource for healing the heart and rewiring the brain, helping you discover resilience and inner strengths that you have forgotten. I have an interactive approach that blends warmth, curiosity, and compassion with in-depth knowledge of effective evidence-based therapies. I love my work and am honored and energized to witness the human capacity for growth and drive for healthy connection.
(303) 502-5704
Longmont, Colorado 80501
Healing Heart Counseling Center - Gina Gills, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Lafayette
“SATURDAY HOURS AVAILABLE --Welcome! I look forward to meeting you. I have advanced training and experience in Couples therapy (e.g. Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy) to help Couples reconnect, move past conflicts and disappointments, and rediscover their love and ease as partners. I have a deep passion with working with Individuals, and am highly skilled in helping others move to the other side of Depression, Career inertia, Grief, and Personal Trauma or PTSD.
(720) 463-2472
Lafayette, Colorado 80026
Sashi Gollub, Counselor  in Boulder
“We are always, already in relationship; whether it is a relationship to another person, place, or oneself, we are in some way connected and affected by our surroundings. As such, it is in relationship that our deepest hurt can take place, and it is also in relationship that our most profound and liberating healing can occur. As a therapist, I work side-by-side with you, and it is together that we explore and uncover your greatest strengths, as well as all the ways you unconsciously hold yourself back.
(818) 616-6124
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Edie Stone, Counselor  in Boulder
“Are you looking for a natural, holistic alternative to traditional talk therapy? I use a gentle, compassionate, experience-based approach to help you relax, transform unhealthy patterns, improve and deepen relationships, and reclaim your power and vitality. If you are sensitive or easily overwhelmed, I can help you ground and develop stronger energetic boundaries. I help you develop inner resources so that you can safely process difficult memories or trauma with EMDR. I can consult with a nutritionist or naturopath to help you find alternatives to medication.
(303) 900-5190
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Bob Whitehouse, Psychologist  in Boulder
“In my psychotherapy sessions, I like to include Biofeedback monitoring of heart rate and breathing chemistry to give me useful information in treatment planning and to help empower clients in greater self-regulation/self-control. I provide many skills for clients to practice. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral techniques along with psychophysiological (biofeedback), transpersonal, and Somatic Experiencing stress and trauma release approaches. I also work with optimizing performance in any area whether sports, music, speaking, acting, or reducing anxiety. My motto is OPT for the BEST which is my acronym for Optimal Performance Training for the Body, Emotions, Spirit, and Thoughts.
(303) 502-5726
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Michelle Frieswyk-Johnson, Counselor  in Louisville
Counselor, LPC, PC
“Simply put, I love being a part of one's journey toward his/hers greatest emotional health. I believe that all persons have unique tools to heal one's self. I see my role as a compassionate guide who, through effective inquiry, honesty, and our reflection upon the power of choice, can assist your transformation big or small. Whether you desire to improve your parenting skills, assist your struggling teen or clear your path to living more authentically, I would enjoy joining you along your journey toward your greatest health.
(720) 204-8940
Louisville, Colorado 80027
Randy Compton,   in Boulder
“I offer somatically-based psychotherapy, transformative life coaching, and spiritual guidance. All of these are different parts of a single theme, a theme of becoming more vulnerable, more transparent, more authentic, more creative, and more awake. I enjoy working with people who have a spiritual inclination, all of us who are interested in developing a friendship with our bodies, therapists who need someone who has travelled the path, educators, and yoga teachers. I work with the following issues: self development and personal growth, somatic attachment issues, early and adult relationship and intimacy issues/conflicts, and trauma, including birth trauma.
(720) 726-1734
Boulder, Colorado 80304
Kendra Miguez, Counselor  in Boulder
“I specialize in women's therapy and counseling. I am deeply dedicated to helping women discover a fundamental acceptance of self, which I believe to be the key to living a healthy and fulfilling life. I am trained in a range of styles to meet the various needs of women. My passion is working with women struggling with postpartum issues, depression, anxiety, codependency, abandonment issues, attachment disorders, self-esteem, and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
(720) 410-5505
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
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
J Tamar Stone, Counselor  in Boulder
“Who's driving your inner car? If it's your Pusher, you might have trouble turning off the on-switch. If it's your Loner, you may avoid the company of others. We are not who we think we are. In actuality, we are made up of numerous sub-personalities called Selves. I invite you to meet, explore, and embrace the Selves living inside you and gain access to their unique and energetic gifts. I work with individuals, couples, and groups and have an extensive training program in Voice Dialogue, Body Dialogue, and Selves in a Box Facilitation.
(720) 548-1671
Boulder, Colorado 80301
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Hygiene have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Hygiene you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Hygiene and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Hygiene or family therapy in Hygiene.

How to find a specialist?
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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.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.