Find the right therapist or marriage counselor near Boulder, Colorado.
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Susan Nofziger, MSW, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 350 Broadway, Boulder 80305
Fast Contact: Email or Call Susan.
|Individual Therapy||Couples Counseling|
|Work Related Issues||Anxiety and Depression|
|Family Conflict||Grief and Loss|
As a licensed clinical social worker with over 20 years experience, I listen with warmth and compassion to your concerns. I try to make it meaningful by offering support, guidance, problem solving so that you can move forward in your life.
Anastasia Imig, LPC
Location: 2299 Pearl St., Suite 103, Boulder 80302
Fast Contact: Email or Call Anastasia.
It takes a lot of courage to recognize the need for help, ask for it, and then put your trust in someone. I celebrate such strength! Let's build off these strengths while helping you overcome life’s inevitable struggles.
Howard Lambert, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Location: Middlefork Road, Boulder 80302
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Lambert.
|Marriage Counseling||Individual Therapy|
Are you feeling stuck in a painful place in your life? I use results oriented techniques to help you grow through your pain and become more authentic and vital in your life. I am a compassionate man and I want to help you live according to your life's deepest values.
Celia Bockhoff, MSW, LCSW, SEP
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 2325 19th Street, Boulder 80304
Fast Contact: Email or Call Celia.
|Healing Trauma And PTSD||Healing Anxiety|
|Recovery From Grief Or Loss||Successful Life Transitions|
|Healing Depression||Recovery From Abuse|
Let me guide you in reclaiming your natural, innate aliveness. With experience and skill, I will help you dissolve old emotional blocks and gather strength, spirit and a happier future. As your challenges transform, you will be glad you didn't wait another day.
Trisha Dittrick, M.A., LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Location: 1650 38th Street, Ste. E206, Boulder 80301
Fast Contact: Email or Call Trisha.
|Trauma & Ptsd||Grief & Loss|
|Women's Issues||Couples Therapy|
|Depression & Anxiety||Veterans & Veterans Family|
Choosing a therapist can be a vulnerable process. I'm available to offer my expertise, compassion and a non-judgemental ear to help you find peace and happiness within yourself. Extensive experience with individuals, couples and families who are hurt, angry and stuck.
Heather Pylant, MA, MFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
Location: 1620 Lee Hill Road, Suite 7, Boulder 80304
Fast Contact: Email or Call Heather.
|Individuals, Couples, Families||Gestalt Therapy|
|Grief, Loss, And Transitions||Mindfulness Training|
|Trauma And EMDR||Spiritual Counseling|
|Stress & Anxiety Reduction||Experiential & Expressive|
I’m an integrative therapist who sees possibility, not pathology, in others. My intention is to reinforce connection and infuse relationships with curiosity, vibrancy, and kindness. I assist people in contacting their own resourcefulness to cultivate a nourished life.
Dana Castellano, Psy.D.
Location: 100 Arapahoe Avenue Suite 8, Boulder 80302
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dana.
|Anxiety Disorders||Mood Disorders|
|Alcohol And Substance Abuse||Eating Disorders|
|Grief/Life Transitions||Gender And Sexual Identity|
I work from a psychodynamic approach. People often seek therapy to get freed from being “stuck" in rigid patterns of thinking and feeling. Psychotherapy can help with various challenges to feeling better about yourself, your relationships, and clarify goals and desires.
Sue McCullough, LCSW
Licensed Clincial Social Worker
Location Near Therapist: Boulder, CO
Fast Contact: Email or Call Sue.
|Crisis Intervention And Trauma||Infertility And Adoption|
I am an empathic and dynamic listener who will help you overcome obstacles on the road to a happy and fulfilling life. I work with adults, adolescents and couples. I am also a Certified Life Coach and an Advanced Brainspotting and PSYCH-K Practitioner.
Stewart Brown, Ph.D.
Location: 1650 38th St.--Suite 206E, Boulder 80301
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Brown.
|Post Traumatic Stress Disorder||Marriage And Family Issues|
|Issues With Aging / Retirement||Relationship Issues|
The issues that bring a person into therapy stem from thoughts, feelings and behaviors that attempt to protect against bad outcomes. The intention is good, but the protection system can get carried away and then problems occur. Understanding and then healing are key.
Kathryn McGuirk, MSW, LCSW, CACII
Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Addictions Counselor
Location: 100 Arapahoe, suite #12, Boulder 80302
Fast Contact: Email or Call Kathryn.
|Substance abuse and addictions||Life transitions|
|Mood swings||New moms and post-partum|
Kathryn provides a genuine, direct and safe environment to engage in meaningful work on yourself. Kathryn strives to empower by recognizing strengths and working on your goals for personal growth. Committing to therapy can be a supportive and life-changing experience.
City Of Boulder
Colorado Licensed Professional Counselors Examiners Board
Therapy Boulder, CO
Counseling Mapleton Hill, Dakota Ridge, University Hill, Table Mesa, Boulder Heights
Residents of Boulder enjoy the wide open spaces of the Rocky Mountain region. The city is highly active and facilitates outdoor family fun with many city-sponsored events. The Parks and Recreation Department offers free yoga and fitness classes at Central Park to keep the mind and body in good health. Children can enjoy an afternoon at the Pierson Kids' Fishing pond while mom and dad challenge each other to a friendly game of tennis at the nearby Knollwood Tennis Courts. If water sports are of interest, check out one of the city's public pools, or take the whole family out to Boulder Reservoir to swim, ride jet skis, or just splash around in the water. The city's Summer Festival features music, food and fun activities for each member of the family, including story walks and magic shows for the kids.1
Mental Health in Boulder
Support groups can be an exceptional resource for those facing challenges in their lives. The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance Chapter in Boulder offers a number of resources, including support groups, designed to aid those rising to meet the challenges in their lives.2 The alliance offers support groups both to those suffering from mental illness and to their family and friends. There are general support options, as well as those geared toward more specific groups, such as parents, teens, and young adults. For more information, please call (720) 443-2849.
Mental Health Partners is a non-profit clinic focused on providing community support and mental health services for Boulder residents.3 MHP offers numerous different programs and services, including those geared toward clients without the ability to pay or those who have other barriers to health care access. They offer comprehensive behavioral health care, including emergency psychiatric services, rape counseling, substance abuse treatment, and long term care. For further information, please call (303) 443-8500. For the rape crisis hotline, call (303) 443-7300. For emergency psychiatric care, call (303) 447-1665.
The 2013 September floods in Boulder may have receded, but they have left behind traumatized residents.4 The City of Boulder Human Services Department, in conjunction with MHP, provides drop-in help centers for those experiencing mental or emotional crises.5 The centers are staffed by professionals with the skill, experience, and knowledge required to aid citizens experiencing insomnia, depression, distress, and anxiety as a result of the disaster. Appointments are not required and up to three visits are free of charge. For more information, call (720) 415-9740.
1. City of Boulder. (2014). Parks and Recreation.
Retrieved from https://bouldercolorado.gov/parks-rec/parks-rec
2. DBSA. (2014). DBSA Boulder, Co Chapter.
Retrieved from http://boulderdbsa.com/
3. Mental Health Partners. (2014). About.
Retrieved from http://www.mhpcolorado.org/About.aspx
4. Shank, J. (2013). From Boulder, Colorado: Notes on a Thousand Year Flood. The Atlantic.
Retrieved from http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/09/from-boulder-colorado-notes-on-a-thousand-year-flood/279851/
5. City of Boulder. (2014). Human Services.
Retrieved from https://bouldercolorado.gov/human-services