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Therapists in 80302

Rob Leach, Psychologist  in Boulder
“My goal is to help you find healthy ways to feel better and reach your potential. Depending on your needs, I can help you develop effective ways to address relationship difficulties, self-defeating behavior, or bothersome feelings, such as worry, sadness, irritability, and fatigue. I provide dependable support and guidance as you find positive ways to respond to life’s challenges – whether that happens to be relationship problems, academic pressures, employment issues, health concerns, grief and loss, or some other matter.
(303) 747-4305
Boulder, Colorado 80302
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
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
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
Trevor Graham, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Feeling challenged by complicated relationship or family issues? Overwhelmed by work, school, or finances? Struggling with depression, anxiety, substance abuse or self-defeating behaviors? I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist with a track record of helping people overcome these types of issues. My philosophy is that people are highly motivated to change the patterns of thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors that are holding them back. As your therapist, I help you change your relationship your current problems, so that you can more effectively move forward with your life.
(303) 900-5660
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Adrianne R. Holloran, Counselor  in Boulder
“Are you feeling stuck in habitual patterns, repeating behaviors that block you from meeting your goals? Do you feel overwhelmed with stress, anxiety, depression or lonliness? Or are you struggling to cope as a new parent with your radically altered life? My specialities include postpartum depression treatment, anxiety and depression, stress management, trauma, grief and loss. I help clients recognize and overcome the challenges that prevent you from reaching your goals and living a fullfilling, meaningful life.
(303) 502-5789
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Kim Kluger-Bell, LMFT, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Boulder
“There is nothing I enjoy more than helping people improve their relationships; feel less stressed and more content. I take a down-to-earth approach that focuses on your particular needs, desires and goals. Then we come up with a plan for how to enable you to meet your goals. This involves finding out what is blocking you from having the kind of relationship (or life) you want, and taking the steps to overcome those obstacles. Once you understand the source of your difficulties, and have an ally to help you make the necessary changes, anything is possible.
(303) 622-3229
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Melanie K Young, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Are you looking for a warm, supportive, and confidential environment responsive to your unique needs and therapeutic goals? I can help you understand old maladaptive patterns and create new positive ways of connecting in the world. My goal is to assist you in discovering your own answers to your questions. I use an integrative approach which can include cognitive techniques as well as working with relationships patterns. It can be helpful to come at one's issues from many angles and to work with mind, body and spirit. The focus can include increasing effective coping strategies, strengthening internal resources, and becoming more empowered.
(303) 816-3219
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Jennifer Beauvais, Counselor  in Boulder
“I provide Synergetic Play Therapy for Children, Coaching for Parents, & Counseling for Women. Behavioral and emotional issues that arise with your child can feel confusing and life-altering. Fear not! Neither you nor your child are broken. I support families in reconnecting to their inner strengths. Play therapy helps children to evolve a sense of self trust, reducing symptoms, and arming them with skills for thriving. I also support you in understanding your children's behaviors and feeling empowered in your authentic parenting style. In nature, everything tends towards balance; beautifully, that goes for us, too
(720) 943-7568
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Peter A. Maves, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist and have been in practice since 1982, and a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder. I have done a great deal of work in community mental health and hospitals: I was the Assistant Director of the emergency psychiatric service in Boulder; a Clinical Director of a mental health center; and the Clinical Director of two hospital trauma and dissociative disorders treatment programs. I am a Fellow of The International Society for the Study of Dissociation and the founder of the Rocky Mountain Trauma and Dissociation Society.
(720) 722-9299
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Dana L Charatan, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Everyone struggles with life's challenges. We learn to cope in many ways, some of them helpful, some not. Usually, people come to therapy when they have become "stuck" in rigid patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving. Psychotherapy can help most people who are having a hard time feeling good about themselves, their relationships, or are wanting to clarify their life's goals and desires.
(303) 818-6144
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
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
Eileen G. Wade-Stein, Counselor  in Boulder
“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
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
Carolyn Aibel, Psychologist  in Boulder
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 15 years of experience. I work with a variety of issues affecting adolescents and adults. I have a particular speciality in helping girls and women who are having difficulties adjusting to major life changes. My areas of expertise include eating disorders, relationship issues, and social and school adjustment.
(720) 636-9223
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Brian J Whelan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Boulder
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CST, SEP
“Brian earned his Master's Degree in Social Work from the University of Michigan in 1998, where he specialized in working with children, youth and families. He obtained his bodywork training from the Colorado School of Healing Arts. Brian uses Somatic Experiencing® as a primary tool in working with stress, trauma, abuse, and chronic pain issues. He draws from his knowledge and training in EMDR, EFT, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Matrixworks Group Process Work, LENS Neurofeedback, Heartmath, SRI, Craniosacral & Polarity Therapy, and I.L.S. Brian is a member of the National Association of Social Workers and the Associated Bodywork and Massage Professionals.
(720) 608-4094
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
Mya Bethune, Psychologist  in Boulder
“Are you struggling with life circumstances or do you feel stuck in patterns of behavior that inhibit you from reaching your goals? Over the past ten years, I have had the privilege of assisting individuals face and overcome the obstacles interfering with growth and reaching their potential. My approach to therapy is straightforward and based on building on your strengths as a support with which to overcome challenges rather than focusing on “problems.” Therapy is aimed at assisting you reach your goals and time is spent developing the necessary skills to cultivate confidence and self acceptance.
(303) 578-2904
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
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