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Therapists in 80302

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
Philip Sutton, Psychologist  in Boulder
“A heallthy mind and fullfilling life is something we all want. If you're looking for some extra support and guidance through a challenging situation, or you're just ready to move your life in a new direction, I look forward to helping you achieve your goals. If you're wrestling with troublesome thoughts, feelings, behaviors, or relationships, I can help. If you're struggling with depression or anxiety I have many years of experience in these areas. My approach is focused on solving specific problems in your daily life. Please call and let me help.
(720) 316-8865
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Bette Sheldon Long, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Boulder
“I have 35 years in the mental health field and have worked in the Boulder/Longmont area for 25 years. I provide psychotherapy to people of all ages (age 3 and up) and facilitate healing with a variety of approaches. I specialize in healing from trauma and utilize EMDR and Brainspotting, which I've found to be highly effective.
(303) 835-0946
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Dana L Charatan, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am specifically trained in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, helping you gain insight into your emotions and behaviors beyond a surface level. While many people think of psychoanalysis as outdated or think of lying on a couch talking to a silent therapist, in truth this mode of therapy is proven to be effective in treating a wide variety of symptoms and has been shown to have long-lasting effects on several aspects of life. My style is interactive; we will work together to discover what way of being in therapy is most helpful for you.
(303) 818-6144
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Linda L Woods, Counselor  in Boulder
“Anxious? Fearful? Sad? Overwhelmed? Lonely? Do you need a non-judgemental, experienced professional to help explore new paths in managing yourself, relationships, education, or career? I would value being the person to empower you to create positive shifts in your areas of concern. Adults, College students,Couples and Teens are welcome to use our sessions to learn new tools to lessen anxiety, control your fears, minimize your depression, and manage your life without the overwhelm. I use a diverse approach including client centered, cognitive, gestalt, EMDR, and behavioral. View my website: First session half fee/ or phone call without charge.
(720) 316-4160
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Joanne Neiman, Counselor  in Boulder
“Do you feel like you have lost your way - that nothing feels right - or that the past seems to be repeating itself? My view is that we all begin from a place of wholeness, but we sometimes lose belief in ourselves along the way. I have the depth of professional and life experience to see and work with you as a unique individual. Let me be a support and guide as you navigate the journey back to your true self.
(303) 442-4676
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Katherine Knight, Psychologist  in Boulder
“No matter how long you've been struggling, it is possible to feel better. You don't have to stay stuck in sadness, worry and overwhelm. You're not alone. There is hope. Whether you're an adult or teenager, you're not immune to struggle in relationships, work and school. We all experience times when we need help coping and developing skills to overcome sadness, worry and unhappiness. Therapy is a collaborative process which can help you find greater joy, freedom and contentment in life. I specialize in treating anxiety and depression and working with adolescents.
(303) 622-5143
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Tamira Jenlink, Counselor  in Boulder
“What do you know about where you go to heal? Do you find traditional spaces/ approaches confining/limiting? My experience is rooted in 20+ years of helping youth, families and individuals to discover their own unique, safe space to deepen, explore and heal. My work is suited to PTSD and secondary trauma leading to issues around self worth, self/body image, eating disorders, attachment disorder, as well as difficult emotion including depression, anxiety and inexplicable mood shifts. Together, we will pull from a variety of resources including EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, and Internal Family Systems work to open a space for authentic healing.
(303) 351-5915
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Collegiate Coaching Services, Counselor  in Boulder
“At Collegiate Coaching Services, our team of therapists and therapeutic coaches provide support to young adults in the community, home, campus, and in the office. We treat Internet addiction, video game addiction, and pornography addiction. We focus on academic success, recovery success, and community connection, as well as developing a well-rounded list of practical skills, such as organization, budgeting, effective coping skills and communication skills. Our clients struggle with depression, anxiety, isolation, and "failure to launch". Most have had 1 or more attempts at college. Our clients may have high functioning autism/pervasive developmental disorder.
(303) 900-7093
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Rest Well Clinic, Psychologist  in Boulder
“At Rest Well Clinic we provide a research-based, drug-free treatment for insomnia. CBT-I, Cognitive Behavioral Treatment for Insomnia, is a six week program that includes an assessment, five treatment sessions, and support tools. Numerous studies show that this method is remarkably effective for improving the quantity and quality of sleep, and for reducing or eliminating the use of sleep-aid medications. This evidence-based method was developed at the top medical schools and is coming into wide national and international use. Learn more at
(303) 747-4982
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Brenda Fahn, MFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
“Do you know that your life could be better than it is? Do you feel blocked? Blocked by anger, depression,anxiety, low-self esteem and you don't know how to break free to a better place. You want to feel better. You want to improve your relationships but you seem to keep doing the same thing over and over again. We have all been there, but you can make it to a better place and live a more expansive life.
(424) 285-1748
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Ben Cohen, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Do you and your partner have the same arguments over and over? Are you struggling to find joy and satisfaction in your relationship? If you would like to restore your love and intimacy, I'd like to help. If you are single and seeking help finding and maintaining the love and life you desire, I am also here to help. I teach core relationship skills that will greatly enhance your communication, deepen your connection, and help you understand your core issues. Learn to manage anger and reactivity to make effective communication possible. Have the life and relationship of your dreams!
(720) 316-9947
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Peter Solon, Psychologist  in Boulder
“There isn't a website in the world that can describe what it's like to be with myself or any psychologist. That's why I offer an initial in-person (or phone) consultation, free of charge. This way, we can mutually decide: are we a good fit. Click on my website where I convey what you can expect to accomplish from therapy, the types of clients I see, my therapeutic style and the model I use.
(303) 848-8456
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Dana A. Satir, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Change is hard, even when what we are doing is not working. Many challenges we encounter are based on habits we have developed over time, which at one point may have been helpful but no longer serve our needs. My role as a psychologist is to facilitate awareness and understanding of these habits, and help clients confront obstacles that interfere with leading the lives they want. A safe, trusting therapeutic relationship is the foundation to begin this exploration, and I believe in the healing this connection offers. A healthy dose of humor also goes a long way in this process.
(720) 921-7934
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Tammy Lea McKaskle  in Boulder
“I believe that the human mind is intrinsically healthy. During some life experiences we disconnect from this health and what manifests are symptoms of dis-ease (a lack of balance and ease in life). In my work I do NOT believe that these symptoms define who you are. Instead, I see the symptoms as messengers. It is my hope to bring attention to these messengers with gentle acceptance and a simultaneous knowledge that change is possible. Through focus on mindfulness and acceptance-based techniques I will work with you toward reconnecting with your natural balance and health.
(303) 946-6070
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Max Woodfin  in Boulder
“For over ten years I have worked with youth and adults in experiential education and therapeutic programs in Tibet, India, China, Southeast Asia, and Colorado. The majority of my clients are moving through major life transitions and grief, or working with depression, mood, and behavioral disorders. Outside of the office, I employ Equine Facilitated Psychotherapy, using horses to help clients repair and deepen their relationships. I also use Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and somatic techniques throughout the therapeutic process, helping my clients build their self-worth, make healthy choices, and live authentically.
(720) 463-2383
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Chandra R Lontz-Smith,   in Boulder
“Sometimes life feels unmanageable or hopeless. Maybe it's stress, anxiety or depression, challenges with relationship, parenting, or life transitions, or divorce, or blending a family. The Genuine Heart approach to counseling is about warmth and compassion and working together in a collaborative effort toward healing. It's about having support as you reconnect with yourself and your values and gaining perspective of your situation, clarity around your beliefs and feelings, and skills for managing strong emotions. It's about exploring opportunities where you might bring forth change and where you can't and how to cultivate sanity when things are out of your control.
(970) 815-1366
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Laurel Mulholland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Struggle is a common theme to most of us at some point during our lifetime. I regard each of my clients with empathy and compassion. I work with people (individuals and couples) trying to regroup, reconnect, and find security in relationship with self, others and the external world. Clients engage in a deep and dynamic process of moving forward and beyond habitual baseline functioning. Life can feel uncertain, overwhelming and out of our control. There is nothing more frustrating than feeling stuck, powerless, alone and disconnected. Come on in so we can begin your process of finding momentum forward...
(720) 388-1599
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Collegiate Coaching Services, Treatment Facility  in Boulder
“Collegiate Coaching Services, is a supervised independent living young adult program for those 18-30+. It is a clinically sophisticated, personalized service, tailored to meet the developmental, recovery, emotional, and academic needs of young adults who live in or around Boulder, CO. Parents often reach out for our expertise, intervention, and support when their child is struggling with mental health concerns, addictions/recovery, independent living, and academic challenges. Our typical client desires academic success, employment, improved practical skills, a sense of community, and emotional health. We understand our young clients are often ambivalent about making the necessary changes to be healthy and our strength-based approach facilitates the important changes. Our team of therapeutic coaches, parent coaches, and therapists develop and provide an individualized program based on the teen & young adults needs and wants, as well as their parents. We provide academic support to our clients who attend the University of Colorado at Boulder (CU-Boulder), Naropa University, and Front Range Community College.
(303) 647-4367
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
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