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Laura Stuart, MA, NCC, LPC

Laura Stuart, MA, NCC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

750 E. 9th Ave., Denver, Colorado 80203 | Suite 110

I specialize in working with children, teens, and young adults. When working with this population, I have seen efficient and lasting progress which I attribute to my focus on making the therapy room a place of trust and understanding.

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Counseling Broomfield Colorado

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Broomfield is located just outside of Denver and serves as the choice city for those who wish to commute to the metropolis. With approximately 58,000 residents, Broomfield has had quite a history regarding its boundaries. Incorporated in 1961, the city grew to unspeakable size, crossing four county lines. Causing much confusion amongst its residents Broomfield finally became its own county in 2001, being dubbed the 64th newest and smallest county in Colorado.1 The town's namesake originated from broomcorn, also known as common millet, which is grown around the area. Regardless of its size, the city hosts many activities, enjoyed by people of all age and caliber. For example, the Great American July 4th Picnic is a rather happening attraction, showcasing good barbecue, live music, and fireworks. Another unique event in Broomfield is Broomstock, a family friendly alternative celebration with live music, art, and food. Usually held on the last day of school, Broomstock is sponsored by many of the community's businesses, and is one of the most thrilling events of the summer.

Mental Health in Broomfield

Broomfield is a relatively homogenous community, with nearly 90 percent of it's residents identifying as Caucasian. It is a well-educated community as well, with over 47 percent of citizens holding at least a bachelor's degree. The median household income eclipses $80,000 per year, making it an affluent suburb. However, the number of working poor in the community is on the rise.2 As a result, the need for support services that provide food, clothing, shelter, and other essential items is higher than ever.

The 2nd Act program was established in Broomfield and Boulder Counties in order to provide support services for individuals with mental illness who have become involved in the criminal justice system. The program strives to help community members transition from detention back into the community, as well as reduce the likelihood of recidivism. Peer support groups are available, as are job training programs. Additional information about 2nd Act is available by calling 303-684-0555.3

Current Education

The University of Colorado at Denver offers a variety of master's programs in counseling that prepare students to provide counseling services in a number of private, community, and school-based settings. All degree programs are accredited by the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs. Degrees are available in clinical mental health, couples and family counseling, and multicultural counseling.4 The program emphasizes the development of ethical, respectful practitioners who are eligible for licensure in the state of Colorado.5 For additional information, call 303-315-6300.


1. City of Broomfield. (2016). Constitutional Amendment. Retrieved from
2. United States Census Bureau. (2017). State and County Quickfacts - Broomfield County, Colorado. Retrieved from
3. Colorado Department of Human Services. (2017). 2nd Act. Retrieved from
4. The University of Colorado Denver. (2017). MA, Counseling, Concentration: Clinical Mental Health. Retrieved from
5. Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies. (2017). Licensing Services. Retrieved from

Broomfield is located in Broomfield County, Colorado. It has a land area of 33.00 square miles and a water area of 0.54 square miles.  The population of Broomfield is 65,065 people with 23,531 households and a median annual income of $81,898. .

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Establishing weekly sessions with a professional therapist is considered affordable in Broomfield for the average family. While sustaining a commitment to therapy is usually not an issue, if mental health treatment feels like a burden please ask your counselor about accepted insurance plans or sliding scale fees. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Broomfield public health department.