Psychotherapists in Boulder. Caring and Licensed Psychotherapy in Boulder, Colorado.


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Psychotherapist

Melani Dizon, MA, MEd, LPCC, NLC, ACPEC

ACT Therapist & Coach

Within Driving Distance of Boulder, CO

Psychotherapy involves a range of treatments that can help with a variety of issues you might be facing. As a general rule I primarily work with people who are in recovery for eating disorders and body image issues. That's where we start. However, because your food and body issues don't exist in a vacuum, I'm also able to help in a variety of other areas as well as we move forward in the recovery process especially as it relates to your career, relationships and communication, and recovery from sexual assault.

Psychotherapist

Heather Pylant, MA, MFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

1620 Lee Hill Road, Suite 7, Boulder, CO 80304

My approach to Psychotherapy is client-centered, compassionate and direct. Even though talking therapy can yield positive results, it can also sometimes be limiting in its effects on long-lasting healing. My experience with EMDR, Mindfulness, the Expressive Arts, & Somatic Work offer extra support that goes deeper than the conscious mind to shift painful core beliefs & behaviors. Whether you like to tip-toe, dive, or are wanting an extra push, we go at your set pace into what’s causing you to feel caught or stalled. Your path is unique and valuable. Let me know if I can assist you in freeing yourself from stories that may be holding you back from your relationships and your life…

Psychotherapist

Scott Boyd, M.A., LPCC, MFTC

Registered Psychotherapist

2027 Broadway, Suite B, Boulder, CO 80302

I believe finding a nonjudgemental therapist you can have a genuine relationship with can be life changing. In my work with clients I focus more on what they can do themselves than I do on trying to control external circumstances. I use psychotherapy, mindfulness tools, CBT, acceptance and meditation to help clients grow through whatever they are suffering from.

Psychotherapist

Celeste Labadie, LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

2769 Iris Ave. Ste. 108, Boulder, CO 80304

Therapy can be a scary word. Have one session with me and I think you'll find my style to be anything but scary. Therapy is really a place to let go of what worries you or what you hold inside for fear of being judged. Before becoming a therapist people naturally gravitated to me because I have a grounding presence. What does that mean? It means you can trust me. It means I'm on your team and with your help, can lead you to new insights about how you can proceed with whatever situation or thoughts might be limiting you in your life. I offer many methods and techniques but they are secondary to helping you find the inner-grounding I know you already have--the wholeness you were born with.

Psychotherapist

Joe Soma, MA, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

2769 Iris Ave, Suite 114, Boulder, CO 80540

My work is typically a mix of traditional counseling and psychotherapy. Counseling tends to treat specific issues, behaviors, or conditions that are present. I will use this method more with supervisees, and with some clients. Psychotherapy tends to include not just actions and behaviors, but underlying thoughts, emotions, attitudes and beliefs formed from birth (or before) throughout the lifespan and their impact on what we do in the present. This is more typically seen as ‘therapy’. I do not separate our present experience and issues from the underlying systems that inform our actions, thus when working with any issue, we are also working with our core material at all times.

Psychotherapist

Katherine Knight, PhD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

5277 Manhattan Circle, Suite 210, Boulder, CO 80303

Pain and suffering are part of life and can’t be avoided. Sometimes life’s challenges turn into profound learning opportunities, and you are shown that you are stronger than you thought. At other times, if you don’t work to heal painful experiences, they can stay with you and make your life much more difficult. My goal as a therapist is to help you face challenges more effectively and ultimately, even grow from the difficulties you're facing so that you can embrace who you are and live your life to its fullest. You might have doubts that this is possible, but the truth is that it’s always possible, regardless of how much you are suffering.

Psychotherapist

Randy Compton, MA

Registered Somatic Psychotherapist

1503 Yarmouth Ave, Boulder, CO 80304

My approach to psychotherapy is to build a strong relationship with you so that the deepest part of you feels safe to feel the scariest feelings within. I use a variety of approaches, including somatic experiencing, attachment mastery, deep listening, occasional coaching, and gentle questioning. I see myself as a facilitator of your own growth process, using my decades of experience in the field and having done my own internal work so I know the territory you are working in. Rather than focus on specific symptoms, I work underneath them at the level of the unconscious, the inner child and the soul. Movement, dream work, and symbol card can also be used if it is right. You will grow and heal.

Psychotherapist

Stephanie Bryan, LCSW, CAC, III

Psychotherapist, Addictions Counselor, & Parent Coach

1530 55th Street, Boulder, CO 80303

You want help. You don't know where to turn. You wonder if psychotherapy can make a difference for you. I can help. We will work together to figure out what you need and how to help you get there. I will then tailor our work to meet your needs using Cognitive Behavior Therapy, EMDR, and/or Brainspotting. To read more about my psychotherapy practice and learn more about me, go to http://realparenting.com/psychotherapy.

Psychotherapist

Stewart Brown, Ph.D.

Clinical Psychologist

1650 38th St.--Suite 206E, Boulder, CO 80301

The real therapist is within actually, and the clinical psychologist only is the facilitator of this realization. Part of the facilitation process involves assisting the client in understanding burdens and then letting go of them so that there's peace and harmony in the internal system. There are many different ways to achieve this kind of resolution, but the process used should fit the individual client. My orientation depends a good bit on the client, but for the last ten years I have leaned heavily on a methodology called Internal Family Systems Therapy. If you want to learn more about this approach, I recommend a website: www.selfleadership.org. or call me.

Psychotherapist

Bill Frea, Ph.D., BCBA

Clinical Psychologist

Within Driving Distance of Boulder, CO

Psychotherapy is a process of assessing both the difficulties an individual is facing and the opportunities to build a better life. Being in therapy can be a very rewarding and motivating experience. Therapy should bring hope to your life, and challenge you to make choices to improve. The therapeutic relationship is a special one that provides support, strength, courage, and the tools to make valuable changes to your life.


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