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Therapists in 80302

Matthew Holloran, Counselor  in Boulder
“Life is full of ups and downs and neither need be feared. Despite our best efforts, we cannot avoid suffering. Successful therapy can help us learn to understand our lives and make the changes we see as affirming and which increase happiness. My clients often are seeking relief from anxiety and stress, or working with specific challenges, including substance abuse, relationship challenges, career difficulties and life transitions. I work with individuals who are seeking to develop greater spiritual awareness and more joy in life. If you are looking change careers or want to find meaning in life, I can help.
(720) 506-3673
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
Karen Wilding, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My approach is direct, supportive and caring. I believe that effective psychotherapy is based upon mutual curiosity and genuineness in discovering how to meet life’s challenges - including family issues, anxiety, depression and other mental health issues. The path through these difficulties includes facing them with humor, gentleness and bravery. The fruition of this exploration is a greater awareness of self and an appreciation of others.
(303) 502-5808
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jaci Hull, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CHT
“I work with teens, adults, and couples (of any orientation) specializing in a mindful, experiential and body-integrative approach. I emphasize personal and relational empowerment bringing forth the best part of yourself while solving life's dilemmas. I work with trauma, anxiety, life stage struggles, relationship issues and depression. I integrate and update the latest, effective techniques that also reflect the principles of my practice. Please see my website: for more information.
(303) 351-5557 x1
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Eileen G. Wade-Stein, Counselor  in Boulder
“PLEASE NOTE: I AM NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS UNTIL AFTER AUGUST 15, 2015. My style is direct and collaborative. It has been my experience that most people try their best to work through feelings of being stuck and lost before contacting a therapist. I am here to offer you my expertise to supplement what you have tried and learned on your own. Together we can find the best strategies to give you relief from your distress and to help you gather the skills, knowledge and insight necessary to move forward.
(303) 622-5851
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
Joan Munson  in Boulder
“I specialize in helping adults struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and coping. I also work with parents who are struggling with their children, developmental issues, and teaching parenting skills.
(720) 924-4058
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Sally Hilton Chalfen, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am a clinical psychologist and life coach who has over twenty years of experience helping individuals move ahead with personal growth, relationships, family issues, spirituality, illness, depression,(including SAD), anxiety, adult ADD, and infertility. In addition to diagnosis and treatment, I provide support, practical feedback and self-help skills so that clients can resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. My life coaching practice focuses on helping individuals develop balance and fulfillment in their lives and work. Clients build on their strengths and experiences to identify and achieve life goals. Often my clients benefit from life coaching concurrent with therapy.
(720) 316-4783
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Adriana Balentine, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CACII
“I am aware that beginning you search for a therapist whether it be for yourself or your child, can be quite overwhelming. It also takes both honesty and awareness that something has to change. I am happy that you have come across my site and welcome you to look further into the unique opportunities that I offer in my practice. I specialize in working with tweens, teens and young adults struggling with issues related to addiction, trauma and PTSD, in addition to mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and life transitions.
(303) 327-9393
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 trauma, anxiety and depression in adults and teens.
(303) 622-5143
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
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
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
Christine Talaga Morgan, Counselor  in Boulder
“My best work is with individuals and couples working with anxiety, mood disorders, relationship struggles and emotional regulation and pain tolerance. Often times, people find themselves coming into my office to rid themselves of difficult emotions and I believe my job is to help people find a way to work with and maybe even tolerate these feelings and experiences.
(720) 722-3601
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Elizabeth A Olson, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Are you struggling to cope with overwhelming feelings and stressors? Is your sadness or anxiety interfering with your relationships, your career, your parenting, and/or your self-esteem? My approach offers you new opportunities to develop more constructive changes in your life so that you can feel happier and more comfortable with yourself. I offer individual and group treatment approaches that are practical, skill-based, and character changing. Through talking and implementing behavioral changes, we can collaborate together to work through habitual patterns and assist you to make more conscious and beneficial choices in all areas of your life.
(303) 647-4518
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
Sarah Holt, Counselor  in Boulder
“My goal is to help clients find meaning and purpose amidst the challenges and struggles that life can present. We will work together to identify and reduce symptoms, combat isolation and loneliness, process loss and grief, change behaviors, and find freedom from pain and suffering. I have had varied experience providing psychotherapy, ranging from working with people struggling with life adjustments to those working through more pervasive and enduring challenges. My focus is on real results that lead to an increased life quality.
(720) 606-5950
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Danielle Dougherty, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you a professional wanting to to experience growth in your relationship with yourself, spouse, colleagues, children, parents, or friends? Our work together will help you simultaneously develop a deep acceptance of yourself while also developing a powerful ability to create change. Being in therapy will cultivate your innate ability to trust yourself and act out of courage rather than out of fear.
(720) 388-1455
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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: for more info.
(720) 336-4208
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
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