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George Rankin MacIlwinen, M.A., L.P.C., C.A.C. I

Thorodin Counseling & Consulting, LLC
4769 Iris Ave. Ste. 114
Boulder, Co 80304

phone: 7204323147

I am the creator of CBST™, a method combining Personal Training/Bodybuilding with Somatic Psychotherapy. One of my goals is to help others achieve a healthy lifestyle in terms of their beliefs, habitual emotions and physical bodies.

I offer individual and group Psychotherapy and Personal Fitness Training (ACE-CPT). I am also certified in Gestalt & Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy (GEP) and trained by the SPI. One or more of these methods may be combined to address anxiety, relationship issues, depression, trauma/ptsd, substance abuse, and spiritual alignment.

Providing therapeutic services to college students/young adults in transition, and professional teams, my company Thorodin Counseling & Consulting, LLC, contracts with it's network of allied professionals to provide a team approach to counseling and supportive services.

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Julie Mack, Ph.D.

Julie Mack, Ph.D., P.C.
7916 Niwot Road
Niwot, Co 80503

phone: 970-227-2740

Move beyond surviving to thriving! My areas of therapeutic expertise include Personal Growth, Self-Improvement, Trauma/PTSD, Emotional Balancing (Anxiety, Depression, Mood Dysregulation/Bipolar), Consciousness, and Spirituality. I frequently use EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) to help clients make desired physical, emotional, behavioral changes and/or spiritual growth and integration. In addition to office sessions, I conduct Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy. Horses are grounding, powerful, and uplifting. By reminding you how to access inner wisdom, horses help you discover your authentic self. Animal Communication is also my pleasure and joy. As valued members of the family, pets are affected by the emotions of their people. They love helping you know who you really are. www.juliemackphd.com juliemackphd@gmail.com

 

Sue Maclaren, L.P.C., C.A.C. III



phone: 720-312-2612

Certified Facilitator of The Work of Byron Katie. Over 20 years of experience in addictions and mental health field

 

Amy Maddox, M.A.

Pikes Peak Counseling
19753 East Pikes Peak Court, Suites 102 & 103
Parker, CO 80138

phone: 720 244 0899

Individual, Family and Group Counseling. Specializing in Child and Adolescent Counseling in a variety of different areas including but not limited to divorce, blended families, grief and loss, social skills, school and family-related issues. Visit the Pikes Peak Counseling website at www.pikespeakcounseling.com.

 

Renee Madison, M.A., L.P.C.

The Intimacy Center
8771 Wolff Ct. #210
Westminster, CO 80031

phone: 303-257-7623

I work with couples, individuals, teens, children and groups. I utilize many therapy techniques according to what the client needs.

As Certified Sex Addiction Therapist (CSAT) I see couples, individuals, and have therapy groups for men who are sex addicts and a group of wives of sex addicts.

I do trauma work with Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) for abuse and neglect victims including children.

I have 2 offices: Westminster and Fort Collins.

 

Amanda Mahan

Restorative Integration
613 Kimbark Street
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 720-438-4353 or 720-938-8715

Amanda offers psychotherapeutic services in English and Spanish for dealing with internal conflict, intense emotion and relationship conflict. Her training is in Contemplative Psychology and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). She is currently studying for her doctorate in Criminal Psychology and is conducting research in restorative justice and shame. For more information visit her website: www.restorativeintegration.com

 

Marilyn Haas Maher, Ph.D.

2350 17th Avenue, Suite 104
Longmont, CO 80503

phone: 303-775-3621

Interpersonal, psychodynamic therapy is the foundation of my clinical training, with more recent study of attachment and neurobiology research. I have been a licensed psychologist for twenty years, and have held faculty and supervisory positions with substance abuse counselors, disabilities services, military personnel, and medical residents and psychology interns. In my Longmont practice, I combine the insight gained within a supportive therapeutic relationship and a variety of intervention methods to help each individual grow toward emotional balance. Much of my focus is on helping adults resolve emotional problems arising from traumatic early relationships or those triggered within current relationships at home, at work, or socially. I accept insurance benefits, and am happy to discuss any questions about how I might be helpful.

 

Polly Mahoney, L.C.S.W.

1230 Wildwood Rd.
Bouldeer, Colorado 80305

phone: 303 494 0596

Looking for a counselor who accepts medicare and other insurance? Polly Mahoney has over forty years experience providing psychotherapy to individual adults, children, families, and seniors. A senior herself, Polly is familiar with issues of aging: she also works with anxiety, loss, loneliness, illness, depression, end-of-life, isolation, relationships and disability

 

Barb Maiberger, M.A., L.P.C.

Maiberger Institute


Barb Maiberger, MA, LPC is the author of “EMDR Essentials: A Guide for Clients and Therapists”. She teaches therapists EMDR as an integrative trauma therapy through weekend trainings and consultation. Barb is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado and has a Masters degree in Somatic Psychology. She is an EMDRIA Approved Provider of the EMDR Basic Training and Consultant. Barb’s knowledge, experience, keen sense of empathy, and a strong presence have motivated hundreds of therapists to incorporate EMDR into their practices.

 

Christopher Maier, M.A., L..P.C., M.A.

Whole Story
4340 E. Kentucky Ave
Glendale, CO 80246

phone: 303.477.7833

"When your story is no longer adequate for your life." Depth psychotherapy and spiritual-life coaching. Specialize in the overlap of three areas: love, trauma, and spirituality. Draw on 35 years of spiritual practices from Buddhist, Christian, Sufi and Diamond Heart school of inner work, former faculty member at the Transpersonal Counseling Psych. dept, Naropa.

 

Mickey Mangold, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 303-388-4848

A practitoner of the healing arts for over 20 years, Mickey specializes in body-centered psychotherapy. This increasingly popular and effective style of therapy supports and works with the idea that the body and mind are not separate. Our bodies express our thoughts and emotions through sensation and movement, and our minds are continuously affected by the movements and habitual patterns of our bodies. In psychotherapy sessions, Mickey actively engages the body through awareness, movement, and touch to create interventions that deepen and support the process of psycho-emotional change. By taking the psychotherapy process from being a purely mental or intellectual activity to a connection with your entire body, you will naturally experience your true self in an accelerated and persistent way.

 

Daria Mann, M.Ed

Hypnotherapist, CCHT
6535 S Dayton st, suite 1950
Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111

phone: 3033581293

I help children and adults change their subconscious thoughts to stop smoking; lose weight; stop nail biting or skin picking, temper tantrums, bed-wetting; relieve pain, anxiety, and phobias; gain confidence, self-esteem, and success; and help with learning disabilities. Other concerns-just ask! This is powerful and all natural. I am a registered psychotherapist.

 

Marie Mannatt, M.A.

Calming the Heart, LLC
2975 Valmont Suite 300
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303-219-0231
website: www.mariemannatt.com

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Marie has a private practice in Boulder, Colorado. Her work focuses on helping clients befriend and welcome all parts of themselves and is rooted in mindfulness. Her work helps clients move from suffering or the spirit of seriousness and begin to rekindle the spirit of play. She integrates ancient wisdom with modern psychology. She works with individuals, couples and families. She also shares a practice focusing on Co Therapy for couples called Grounded Hearts. Marie brings her 25 years of teaching children and the raising of her own four children as part of her wisdom basket and sees herself as a midwife for the inner journey where she helps clients birth and integrate all aspects of themselves. She is adjunct faculty at Naropa University teaching Gestalt. Marie has actively been engaged in her own inner work for the past 30 years, is a

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Marie Mannatt, M.A.

Calming the Heart, LLC
2975 Valmont Road Suite 300
Boulder, Colorado 80301

phone: 5412619773

Marie has a private practice in Boulder, Colorado, called Calming the Heart. Her work focuses on helping clients befriend and welcome all parts of themselves and is rooted in mindfulness. She helps clients move from suffering, or the spirit of seriousness, and begin to rekindle the spirit of play. As a transpersonal therapist, she integrates ancient wisdom with modern psychology.

She has been a student of Dr. Betty Cannon, learning and practicing Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP) and Gestalt for the last three years. AEP interlaces the insights of contemporary existential and psychodynamic approaches with techniques inspired by Gestalt and other experiential therapies. She works with individuals, couples and families.

Marie was married for 26 years and brings her 25 years of teaching children, and the raising of her own four child

 

Dee Marcotte, L.P.C.

3035 W. 25th Avenue
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 303-829-6422

My practice covers a variety of areas. I refer to myself as a "general practitioner". My specialty areas are: couples, trauma and sex addiction

 

Gail Margolis, B.A., M.A.

Gail Margolis Wholistic Psychotherapy
10771 N 49th Street
Longmont, CO 80503

phone: 203-837-0220

Gail Margolis Wholistic Psychotherapy has joined the Pachamama Wellness team! She is currently accepting new clients in her beautiful office space at Pachamama Farm.

Gail Margolis, Registered Psychotherapist, received her Master's degree from the Transpersonal Counseling Psychology program at Naropa University. She has training and/or certification in yoga, astrology, herbalism, nutrition, mindfulness practices, ritual/ceremony, and Reiki. Gail has a unique approach to healing that integrates many different modalities so her clients can achieve true, whole healing.

Gail acknowledges that we all experience pain, AND that we also all contain everything we need to heal and transform. She functions as a guide to help you relate with your pain and uncover your inherent wisdom, wholeness, and aliveness.

Read more at: www.gailmargolis.com

 

Katie Markley, M.A., L.P.C.

Katie Markley Counseling: Mind-Body Resilience
665 Poplar Ave
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 5415137769

My approach is to travel with you on the journey of self-discovery, offering non-judgmental assistance and blending a combination of modalities from my training to suit your needs. These modalities involve both art therapy and body-centered trauma work.

I am trained in Transpersonal Psychology, which acknowledges the whole person, body, mind and spirit. Teaching mindfulness technique, allows you to take care of yourself in new and creative ways. It is important to me that those I work with learn skills to continue their progress outside of therapy, empowering you to find peace and inspiration in your daily life.

Neuroscience provides the foundation for my work with clients and trauma. Helping you to understand your brain's functioning through a neuroscience perspective makes way for profound progress in resolving old traumas.

 

Jess Markowitz

Jess Markowitz, LLC


phone: 720-523-3139

I am an LSW, working with children, adolescents and adults. My areas of interest include gender/sexuality/LGBTQ-related issues, anxiety, mood disorders, disability (physical, developmental, intellectual), relationships, transitions and adjustments, self-esteem and body image, daily life stressors, trauma, play therapy, and issues around identity.

 

Chappell Marmon, L.C.S.W.

Boulder Valley Counseling


phone: 303-437-4158

Offering affordable, professional therapy for adults, families and couples. Specilizing in work with individuals wanting to improve their relationships, EMDR, and mood disorders (depression, anxiety, etc). I have an accessible and results oriented approach. Convenient office location in Downtown Boulder. Please contact me to set up a free consultation. To find out more, please visit my website: www.bouldervalleycounseling.org

 

Pamela T. Marsh, Psy.D., L.C.S.W.

360 South Monroe Street, Suite 390
Denver, CO 80209

phone: 303-316-5045

Over twenty years of mental health experience with both children and adults. Specialties include young children, trauma, mood and eating disorders, womens' issues and psychological assessment.

 

Joni Martin, M.S.

Neurofeedback of Colorado
1707 Main Street Suite 220
Longmont, CO 80542

phone: 303-829-2884

Joni Martin MSC/SC, has worked with children in the foster care system for the last several years. She is a Registered Psychotherapist, Licensed School Counselor and Child and Family Investigator. In addition, she is the Department Head for the International Journal for Counseling the Modern Human's, Be Sane division. She is currently the Director at Neurofeedback of Colorado which trains the brain using the NeurOptimal™ system.

 

Amos D. Martinez, L.C.S.W.

Psychotherapy Practice Solutions, PLLC
119 Meadow Station Road
Parker, Colorado 80138

phone: 303-881-2730

Amos Martinez doing business as Psychotherapy Practice Solutions is a private mental health practice agency offering supervision for State Licensing, consultation to mental health providers, and education in mental health practice ethics or jurisprudence concerns. Dr. Martinez is a managing partner with MHOnTheLine, LLC, a company that provides legal services and business management solutions to mental health providers.

 

Molly Martyn, M.A.

Positive Lifestyle Solutions, LLC


phone: 720-252-1040

Hello, my name is Molly and I would be happy to be a partner in your emotional health pursuits. My practice is based in the Denver metro area. I work primarily from an integrative therapeutic approach. In my practice this includes cognitive behavioral therapy and existential therapy. Existentialism states that you do not simply exist, but rather always decide what your existence will be, what you will become in the next moment. Existentialisim is about self-determination and the will to overcome. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is very popular and effective. It is based on the idea that our thoughts cause our feelings and behaviors, not external things, like people, situations, and events.

 

Cristina Masetti, B.A., M.A.

3400 Table Mesa Dr
Boulder, CO 80305

phone: 720-352-1344

During the session I facilitate, in a safe and supportive setting, the expression of the client's internal world through the use of art materials. The image created gives us insights on the nature of the problem as well as on the resources that can be employed to start the healing process.

 

Miriam Maslanik, Ph.D., M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 3034995903
website: www.feelingsaredelicious.com

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My passion lies in helping women develop a healthy relationship with food. This means working on the issues that lead to eating disorders, disordered eating, compulsive overeating, binge-eating and 'yo-yo' dieting. These issues may include relationship problems, depression, anxiety, obsessive and compulsive behaviors in other parts of your life, etc. Effective therapy for food-related behaviors also includes training to help you break the destructive and problematic diet-binge cycles, while learning to pay attention to your body's own hunger and fullness signals. Therapy is compassionate, nonjudgemental, and understanding.

My clientele are women from 18-75! At the request of the client, I will be happy to include partner/spouse/family/friends in therapy, when that involvement enhances her success.

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Nikolas Maslow, M.A., L.P.C.

Acumen, LLC
1634 Walnut Street Suite 221
Boulder, Colorado 80302

phone: 719-214-0004

I provide individual therapy, group and individual supervision for recent master's level graduates and have been providing counseling services for over 7 years. I have worked with clients struggling with co-occurring mental health issues and substance abuse issues for several years, as well as a wide variety of other populations. I received my graduate training in the Contemplative Psychotherapy Master's Program at Naropa University. I have received post-graduate training in group therapy, family therapy, trauma and anxiety, mindfulness-based interventions, and substance abuse counseling. I have trained under some of the most influential clinicians in the country and am eager to share my experience and passion with you.

 

Ted I Mathis, M.A., L.P.C.

Resonance Counseling
12500 W. 58th Ave, Suite 220
Arvada, CO 80002

phone: (720) 319-1267

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) trained in Prepare/Enrich assessment (for couple's counseling). I have also completed both Level I and Level II of the Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) training. I specialize in couple's therapy and also in the treatment of survivors of trauma and abuse. My office is in Arvada, CO, near Ward Road and 58th Avenue. For more information, see my website at http://www.tedmathis.net/

 

Catherine Mathon, MA, LPC, M.A., M.S., L.P.C.

Opal Counseling Center,LLC
1480 Lee Hill Dr
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 720-507-6725

I am specialized in Equine Assisted Synergetic Play Therapy. I strive in helping children, adolescents, and their families cultivate their strengths and discover the powerful connection among the mind, body, and spirit. I work with the effects of Trauma, Neglect and Addictions. A cornerstone of my work is linking emotions and physical sensations to facilitate understanding, development, and healing. With training in counseling psychology and expertise in international executive management, my focus on attachment, addictions, trauma and multicultural identity formation has developed naturally out of my own experience. I am trilingual in English, French and German.

 

Taya Matoy, M.A.

2990 Glenwood Dr., Ste 102
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720 323 8224

Offering Opportunities for advancement in your personal and professional life through creative arts expression, psychotherapy and skills acquisition, always emphasizing and celebrating diversity.

 

Lisa Mazzola, M.A., L.P.C.

P.O. Box 678
Lafayette, CO 80026

phone: 303-845-0669

Everybody needs help once in a while and you are no exception. A crisis does not have to be a bad thing. For the past 20 years I have helped people use their crises to propel themselves into a better life. Become the person you always wanted to be. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor as well as a Licensed Spiritual Health Coach.

 

Alan McAllister, CCHt. PhD-phys, Ph.D.

Whole Being Explorations
100 Arapahoe Ave, Bldg 1, #2D
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303 545 5562

Transpersonal Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, Energy Psychology, Spiritual Guidance, Peak Performance, Transitions, Anxiety, Patterns and Habits, Regressions (Present and Past Life), Body/Mind/Soul Integration

 

Mary Ann McAndrews, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 720-365-5081

One or more traumas can lead to chronic anxiety and depression, as well as problems with thinking and functioning. EMDR is a ground-breaking treatment technique which has helped many victims of trauma, including first responders affected by the tragic attacks in Oklahoma City and New York, Vietnam and Iraq service veterans, and victims of violent crimes and domestic abuse. Many who have suffered single or repeated trauma in childhood have been helped by their treatment with EMDR. For more information on this highly effective approach, go to www.emdria.org. Private pay accepted, and third party documentation provided. Evening and Saturday appointments. Sliding scale available. Southeast Denver location.

 

Alison McCabe, B.A., M.S.

5000 Butte St. #86
Boulder, Colorado 80301

I am a certified Gestalt Equine Psychtherapist. I provide low-cost equine therapy based on the idea that horses offer the chance to explore and work through relational blocks and engrained patterns, as well as heal from trauma, insecure attachment, and lack of regulation and focus.

 

Alison McCabe, B.A., M.S., MFT

8778 Arapahoe Rd.
Boulder, CO 80303

Very low cost family, couples, and parenting therapy and psychoeducation. I work in the office, outside, and with horses on the property. Equine rarely is an intensive, solution-focused relationship morality that helps families, couples and parents to see what and how to make things work for all people involved. I offer weekend intensives, weekly sessions, or one time consultations.

 

Sharon M McCaffrey, L.C.S.W.

410 Main Street
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303 437-7812
 

Courtney McCall, L.P.C.C

Solas Counseling: Healing Through Horses, LLC


phone: 303-746-0187

Solas Counseling is committed to working toward healing the whole person in a holistic way through being in relationship with horses and the natural world. I strive to provide affordable counseling services to individuals, couples, and families in the community who are interested in an alternative, holistic, eco-therapeutic, nature-based approach to therapy. I believe that therapy should be available to anyone who is seeking healing and improvement in their lives. Treatment is tailored to the specific needs of my clients, which is performed in a collaborative, open manner.

 

Rebekah K McClaskey, M.A.

Transform Now Counseling
700 Front Street
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-917-7226

The losses in my life have taught me how to truly live. I understand what it takes to transform sorrow into joy. I am here to help you do the same.I lost both my parents during my twenties so I understand the confusion, grief, and pain of having a loved one die. I specialize in relationship endings and new beginnings. I will support you every step of the way as we journey together on your path of healing.

 

Annie McClure, BSOT. CHT

Front Range Hypnosis, LLC
4800 W. 80th Ave Suite 281
Westminster, Colorado 80030

phone: 303-875-2663

Front Range Hypnotherapy, LLC website: anniemcclure.com

I have a degree in Occupational Therapy, Columbia University Medical Center, NYC and practiced in that field for over 20 years I am qualified in Advanced Medical Hypnotherapy and Pain Management through the Denver School of Hypnotherapy. I received my certifications in both Whole Health and Transpersonal Hypnotherapy with Zoileta Grant in Longmont. In addition to working with smoking cessation, weight reduction, allergy management, gastric and laryngopharyngeal reflux, I work with men for symptom reduction and management of Benign Prostate Hyperplasia. I also work with test and performance anxiety reduction.

Refer to website for Front Range Hypnotherapy for further information.

 

Leslie A. McCormick, M.A., L.P.C.

Revolutions, L.L.C.
5378 Sterling Drive, Studio 2
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720-284-1197
website: www.movementrevolutions.com

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A somatic psychotherapist and registered dance/movement therapist, I am passionate about nurturing change through collaboration with my clients. I believe meaningful and enduring change comes about through a combination of authentic relationship, accessing and respecting the unconscious, courage, new experiences, and practice.

I blend subtle somatic techniques, dance/movement therapy, dreamwork, and close attention to words and stories to facilitate clients’ access to the potent keys of transformation that lie within.

My areas of particular interest and specialization include working with the somatic impacts of oppression, trauma, body image, anxiety, depression, chronic illness, and self-actualization.

I also work with child clients through play therapy and dance/movement therapy.

You may learn more at www.movementrevolutions.com

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Margaret (Peg) Mary McCormick, R.N., M.A.

Listening2cancer.com
750 East 12th Avenue, Suite 208
Denver, CO 80203

phone: 507-400-2778

Peg is a nurse-psychotherapist, cancer survivor and founder of Listening to Cancer, a practice specializing in dealing with the emotional impact of cancer, and the spiritual questions this experience often raises. She earned her bachelor's in science degree in nursing from the University of Minnesota and her master's in transpersonal counseling psychology from the graduate school of psychology of Naropa University. Peg is available for individual or group work with people affected by cancer or other life-threatening illness. Jean Sinoda Bolen, M.D., psychiatrist, explains how to choose a therapist for this work. 'Seek a therapist who loves the work-whose soul and heart are in it; someone for whom psychotherapy is her own soul work. When your life depends on finding meaning, the guide to your process must have found her way there.'

 

Jessica McCrea, Psy.D.

1244 Pine St.
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303.247.0408

I am a psychologist with 17 years of experience. I have had two thriving practices, first serving clients in the Los Angeles film industry, now working with adult individuals and couples in downtown Boulder. I am intent on helping my clients overcome their suffering, become better regulated and achieve greater authenticity.

My expertise is in psychoanalytic therapy, interpersonal neurobiology (the study of relationships, the mind and the brain), and positive psychology.

I incorporate powerful tools such as Brainspotting, EMDR, and mindfulness practice into our work to help you to move through emotionally charged issues and make lasting changes.

In addition to providing psychotherapy, I offer business coaching to professionals.

Feel free to call me for a complimentary 15 minute consultation.

 

Catie McDowell, L.M.F.T.

75 Manhattan Drive, Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 303-494-6877

Catie brings twenty years of experience to her work as an individual and couples therapist. She has been in private practice in Boulder for over 10 years as a general psychotherapist with specialties in Pregnancy and Post-partum Adjustment, Mood issues, and Trauma. For more information about her work, go to www.catiemcdowell.com

 

Alison E McGinty, M.A., L.P.C.

1633 Filmore St.Ste. 390
Denver, CO 80209

phone: 303.921.6306

As a trained art therapist with a passion for working with children, adolescents, and women, I understand how trauma, oppression, life challenges, loss, and major transitions can lead us to feel disconnected from ourselves and others. I guide individuals in reconnecting with their deeper selves and addressing their needs through the use of art therapy and other therapeutic modalities, such as play therapy, EMDR, and mindfulness techniques. Change is possible. Whether you are struggling with past trauma, depression and anxiety, loss, or relationship issues, I will work with you with great compassion, guiding you to effectively make changes and discover and create new habits that better serve you in creating the life that you want. For more information, please visit my website alisonmcginty.com.

 

Kathryn McGuirk MSW, LCSW, CACII, L.C.S.W., M.S.W., C.A.C. II

Porchlight Therapy and Addiction, L.L.C
100 Arapahoe Rd., suite #12
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 970-281-5633

My passion is working with college students and young adults on a variety of issues ranging from times of transitions and relationships to major mental illness and substance abuse. I have been providing supportive mental health therapy for ten years and utilize a straight-forward, compassionate approach.

 

John "Jack" David McInroy

Southmoor Psychological Services
6825 E. Hampden Avenue
Denver, CO 80224

phone: 303-573-9258, office, 303-929-25

I am a licensed psychologist with 30 years experience in Aurora and Denver. Specialities: Anxiety, Depression, substance abuse, couples counseling, Employee Assistance program. Psychological testing. special interest in Veterans issues.

 

Tammy Lea McKaskle, M.A.

Balanced Transitions
1800 30th Street Suite 207
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 303-946-6070

I graduated from the Contemplative Psychotherapy department at Naropa University after an undergraduate education at the University of Washington. I have five-years experience in the mental health field.

I specialize in life transitions and loss/grief. Related fields in which I also have experience are trauma recovery, sexual abuse/trauma, depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.

My use of mindfulness and acceptance-based techniques encourages a compassionate exploration of your experience, and a collaborative relationship towards balance and well-being. Additionally, my training in neuropsychology will inform our work towards integrating the many levels of mind, body and spirit.

To learn more about me (photos, location, orientation,etc.), I invite you to visit my website at www.balancedtransitions. com.

 

Sarah McKelvey, M.A.

Healthy Mind & Body of the Rockies
2305 E. Arapahoe Rd., Suite 123
Centennial, CO 80121

phone: 720.663.8827

As a master’s level psychotherapist, I practice out of the humanistic-existential tradition of human potential: nurturing, encouraging, and uplifting the human spirit who seeks help because it suffers, is wounded, or is lost. I work with individual adults in the rejuvenating space of a wellness center. I have developed a keen ability to deeply come to access and understand clients’ true, beautiful, glorious selves. I help clients navigate life transitions, grief and loss, mood instability, anxiety, stress, low self-confidence, chronic worry, relationship challenges, addictive behaviors, and time / space mismanagement.

If you may be interested in working with me, take me up on my offer of a free consultation session, where we'll begin to explore together. Please see further details at www.hmboftherockies.com/file/Sarah_McKelvey.html.

 

Erin K. McMaugh, L.C.S.W.



phone: (720) 626-4105

Erin has completed advanced clinical training at New York University, Ackerman Institute for the Family, the Center for Modern Psychoanalytic Studies, and with Dr. Diane Poole Heller. For the last decade, Erin has been providing treatment to adults, groups, and couples both in private practice and in outpatient settings such as NewYork-Presbyterian's Community Healthcare Network where she served as Clinical Supervisor for the outpatient mental health program, overseeing the clinical training and practice of mental health therapists in clinics throughout New York City. After too many years away from the Front Range, Erin recently fulfilled her dream of returning to Colorado to live and practice in the state she loves to call home.

 

Rob McNamara, M.A.



phone: 303-842-6018

Rob is a professor of Human Development and Transpersonal Psychology at Naropa University where he trains psychotherapists. Rob offers his clients unique perspectives on working with their issues from vantage points unavailable to more conventionally oriented therapists. You will be challenged to both embody the fullness of your situation and supported in liberating yourself from the grips of your issues. Not only will Rob help bring greater resolution to your most pressing demands in life he will also orient your attention, body and mind to your excellence and greatness in life. Where most therapy gets lost in problems, Rob's psychotherapeutic approach yokes together working with your limitations and your greatest genius.

Schedule an appointment today to reserve your session. To learn more about Rob visit www.RobMcNamara.com

 

Emily McNeil, M.A., L.P.C.

2680 18th St. Suite 150A
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 303-817-0730

I offer counseling for young children (0-8), caregivers and families, pregnant women, and foster/adoptive parents. I use play, movement, and the family’s inherent wisdom to support families through challenging times. My specialties include working with traumatized children (including those who have experienced medical trauma), strengthening attachment relationships among family members (particularly in foster/adoptive families), helping children who have sensory integration problems, and providing support to families with children with developmental delays and complex medical histories. I also have years of experience working with children on the autism spectrum and with helping mothers experiencing post-partum depression. In addition to individual and family counseling, I offer parenting classes and therapeutic groups for children.

 

JoAnna McTevia, M.S.W., RPT

Mind & Bodhi Therapy, LLC
12021 Pennsylvania St. Ste 205-D
Thornton, CO 80241

phone: 720-550-26-77

I am a registered psychotherapist working toward my clinical licensure in social work. I work with adults, adolescents and tweens struggling with anxiety, depression, PTSD or just a desire to balance life and experience more joy. I am trained in EMDR and brainspotting and have a special interest in complex PTSD. I have extensive experience with dual diagnosis and Asperger's syndrome.
I provide a free half hour consultation with offices in Thornton and Longmont. I am happy to accept Crime Victim Compensation and probation vouchers and I am able to provide a sliding fee to qualified clients.

 

Veronique Mead, M.D., M.A.

Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303 527 0551

Specializing in Health Symptoms, including Chronic Illness, through body-based therapies, which address long-term effects of trauma and stress. Facilitating congruence between passion and livelihood, balance in personal and work life, to support optimal functioning.

 

Tristin Mead-Rodrigues, M.S., L.P.C.

Tree of Life Wellness Services, LLC
2640 W. 28th Ave.
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720-280-4368

I provide a variety of services to help clients feel healthy, vibrant, and whole including professional counseling, nutritional consultations, EMDR, and Reiki energy work. I see adults, couples, and teens. I specialize in emotional eating issues, changing patterns, self-esteem, relationships, depression, and anxiety. I also help people with nutritional consultations to lose weight and meet their wellness goals. I have a practical, down to earth, compassionate style and try to help clients feel comfortable talking with me. My ultimate goal is to help clients create a healthy, satisfying, and balanced life for themselves. Call today to schedule an appointment!

http://www.treeoflifewellnessservices.com

 

Josh Medley, M.A., L.P.C.

New Leaf Counseling
75 Manhattan Drive Suite 302
Boulder, CO 80303

phone: 7202630358

Life difficulties can be challenging - but very positive outcomes can come from facing them. Transformation and healing truly do happen. They come from new experiences and insights, and getting support to try new behaviors in a supportive context. The wholeness of you is capable, unafraid, dynamic and alive - as you get more deeply in touch with your wholeness, things move. Compassion, understanding, and new growth arise.

I hold a strong, gentle safe space where you can collect yourself and in that, I help you find clarity with what's happening. This dissolves obstacles - sometimes quickly. Specialties: depression, anxiety, grief, trauma, men's issues, couples . Come for a free first session with no obligation to see if working with me is a good fit.

 

Tasha K. Medley, M.A.

Play Therapy of Boulder
2300 Canyon Blvd. Suite #5
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720 296 5857

Are you worried and/or frustrated with some of your child’s behavior? Play therapy is the research based treatment of choice for children struggling with: trauma, adoption and foster-care, hospitalization and illness, abuse, divorce, grief, anxiety and withdrawn behavior, aggression and acting out behavior, depression, and neglect. I can help you have a more harmonious and enjoyable relationship with your child. Research shows play therapy can help children learn: to respect themselves and others, identify their feelings and that their feelings are acceptable, self-control, to be creative and resourceful in confronting problems, self-direction, self-acceptance, and to make responsible choices. Why wait to help your child gain a sense of understanding and comfort over difficult situations? Call today for a free consultation.

 

Andrea Meier, Ph.D.

Flourish! Personal Coaching and Consulting


phone: 303-810-9125
website: www.flourishwithcoaching.com

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Are you pursuing a cherished goal, but find yourself feeling stuck? You may have discovered you don't quite know how to get started. Or once started, you have lost your focus and momentum. Or, you may have realized a goal and are wondering "What's next?"

Working with a coach can help you flourish. You learn to tap into your strengths, clarify your goals, be strategic in identifying and deploying your resources. You learn how stay focused and energized so that you make satisfying progress in realizing your goals, while also sustaining your wellbeing. I use evidence-based and energy psychology-based approaches in my coaching. A general life coach, I have special expertise in adult ADD, career, and wellness coaching.

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Auburn Meisner, B.A., LSW, M.S.W.

Intimate Inquiries, LLC
376 2nd Avenue
Niwot, Colorado 80503

phone: 303-915-8900
website: www.intimateinquiries.com

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Intimate Inquiries was founded on a mission to help people cultivate, enhance and nurture love, communication, and connectivity with themselves and others, ultimately leading to a more balance satisfaction in one's life and relationships. Intimate Inquiries focuses on relationship and sex counseling for individuals and couples.

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Rob Meltzer, M.A.

Northlight Family Services
8771 Wolff Court, #215
Westminster, CO 80031

phone: 303.650.2944

WRob Meltzer, M.A., C.E.P. is the founder and executive director of Northlight Family Services. Rob enjoys helping families find the best path forward and supports them with compassion and honesty. He has evaluated and visited hundreds of schools and programs throughout the United States. He is a therapist, certified educational planner, and a full member in good standing of the Independent Educational Consultant Association (IECA). He is a certified gestalt and expressive therapist and has completed 400 hours of training with the Southwest Association of Gestalt and Expressive Studies. In the past, Rob has been a teacher, school principal, wilderness program director, therapist, and university professor. He holds a B.A. in Natural Sciences from the University of Vermont and a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology from Prescott College.

 

Jennifer Melvin, L.C.S.W., M.S.W.

Boulder Integrated Counseling, PLLC


phone: 720-441-3258

At Boulder Integrated Counseling, we understand that it can be difficult for parents to know how to support their child when they're struggling and that taking the first step to finding the right support can be overwhelming. MaryAnn McGinnis, NCC and Jennifer Melvin, LCSW are a team of Licensed Psychotherapists and School Counselors who together have over 30 years of experience working with youth ages 11-19. Drawing on our training in counseling psychology and education, we bring our expertise to helping you and your child develop the critical skills needed to navigate these complex times. Our approach is grounded in a unique combination of exploring, strengthening, and promoting emotional and academic growth. We create a safe space for our clients to engage in therapy to gain insight and develop tools to live a more balanced life.

 

Helene R. Mentzel, M.S.W., L.C.S.W.

Ctr. for Holistic Psychotherapy & Coaching, LLC
357 S. McCaslin Blvd. Ste. 200
Louisville, Colorado 80027

phone: 303-664-5235
website: www.helenementzel.com

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Helene Mentzel is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in practice for over 20 years. She is trained in several modalities, including, but not limited to the following: EMDR, Somatic Experiencing, and Brainspotting. She specializes in Depression, Anxiety,Trauma,PTSD, & Postpartum Mood Disorders.

She runs support/workshops/groups for adults in significsnt relationships with someone with a Narcissistic Personality Disorder, including the following: parent(s), spouses, lovers, siblings, friends, and employers to help them overcome feelings of inadequacy, abandonment, need to be perfect,constant self criticism, and move towards enhancing a positive sense of self, empowerment, establishing good boundaries and creating healthy relationships.

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Stephanie Yost Mentzell, CPCC

The Whole Life Coach


phone: 303-325-3049

A Certified Professional Co-Active Coach specializing in leadership issues specific to women. With over 15 years working in women's empowerment initiatives and advocacy, her international phone practice thrives by igniting the fires of freedom and creativity under entrepreneurial endeavors and by helping mothers discover the "old me" underneath all the new roles. Aside from completing coaching certification and co-active leadership training with The Coaches Training Institute, one of the most highly regarded and accredited coaching and leadership training programs in the world, Stephanie also is a professional member of the International Coaching Federation, the Denver Coaching Federation and is the proud Founder of WiNGs (Women's Network Group of PA www.wngs.org). For a life-leadership sample session, visit www.TheWholeLifeCoach.com

 

Laura Menze, MBA, ACC

LifeQuest Alliance, Inc.
P.O. Box 350392
Westminster, CO 80035

phone: 847-650-6503

LifeQuest Alliance is a Life & Relationship Coaching Company that provides individual coaching, workshops (online & in-person), retreats, and group coaching along with corporate events and motivational speaking. The core of the business focuses on partnering with individuals in order to help them create and achieve their personal and professional goals ultimately living the life of their dreams. Utilizing a very positive approach, clients have discovered and pursued their passions, learned to manage and work with their co-workers, significant other, and family members more effectively, and took charge of their personal and professional lives through the empowerment of coaching. LifeQuest Alliance is focused on Helping Good People Become Great!

 

Heather Menzie, L.P.C.

Light Quest Counseling, LLC


I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who has been practicing psychotherapy since 2008. I am also registered with Yoga Alliance as a Yoga Therapist and integrate mindfulness and body-centered psychotherapy into my practice. My warmth and experience help set people at ease. I work with individuals, couples, and families who are experiencing grief and loss, anxiety, depression, trauma, disordered eating and/or have a family member in treatment. I have worked in both in-patient and out-patient settings and believe in the human capacity to heal and grow from difficult life events. I have a private practice in Boulder and am part of a group private practice in Denver.

 

Zina A. Mercil, M.A., L.P.C.C

Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute
190 E. 9th Ave, Suite #290
Denver, CO 80203

phone: (303)399-9988 x206

I am a body and movement based therapist using a trauma-informed and client-centered approach. I specialize in transitions, and working with individuals affected by chronic, critical, and life-threatening illness, as well as grief, loss, death, and dying. I emphasize empowering the self, while also being able to be in relationship. I have experience working with co-dependency, anxiety, depression, personality disorders, and addictive behavior and coping. Lastly, I am passionate about working with and training other clinicians and professionals on self-care, burnout, trauma-informed care, and resiliency.

 

Angela Jane Merrill, M.A., L.P.C.

2945 Center Green Court South
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 730-369-6320

Hello! I have been in the mental health field for over 12 years and specialize in working with young adults in transition, women, and families. I offer a non-judgmental and safe place to explore whatever blocks you are experiencing in your life. It may be depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship challenges, or just overall dissatisfaction with your life. You are ready for a change, and want to find the magic in life again. It is totally possible!

I work from a transpersonal and somatic perspective, and use neurobiology as the foundation of our work together. In addition, I am a trained wilderness therapist, so if time in nature supports your process, we will incorporate that as well. I also offer intensive monthly wellness packages if you are ready for a deep dive!

Welcome to a fresh start!

 

Carrie Merscham, Psy.D.

Colorado Therapy Care, PC
950 Logan St, Suite 101
Denver, Colorado 80203

phone: 303-355-6682

Effective and compassionate individual and family therapy specializing in the treatment of anxiety, trauma and depression. Long and short term treatment available. See my website at www.coloradotherapycare.com for more details.

 

Rosann Messere, M.A., N.C.C.

844 Main Street Suite 203
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 303-549-4257

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We provide individual and group psychotherapy at our office on Main Street in Louisville.

Whatever situation or challenges you may be facing, we'll work together to discover and develop personal resourcefulness, move out of "stuckness" and toward possibility and freedom, live more fully embodied in the world, relate more directly and authentically with others, and meet the world with a spirit of possibility and play.

Learn more about us at our website at tangledrootscounseling.com

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Brad Metzler, M.A., L.P.C.

Autonomy Therapeutic Services
825 E. Speer Blvd. Suite 209
Denver, Colorado 80218

phone: 720-878-2588

I believe we function best and perform at our highest level when we discover and nourish the autonomy and freedom in our lives. By understanding why we choose one thing over another, and accepting the anxiety inherent in this exploration, we control our world rather than being controlled by it.

 

Erica Michaels Hollander, Ph.D.

Hollander Institute for Human Development & Family Growth
10561 Sandstone Run
Littleton, Co 80125

phone: 303 978 9091

Doctorate in Human Communication Studies, Trainer, Educator and Practitioner in Psychodrama, Member Executive Council American Society for Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama, and Sociometry, Member Committee on Professional Standards.

 

Rev. Dick Miller, L.P.C.

Aspen Christian Counseling
709 Third Ave.
Longmont, CO 80501

phone: 303-834-7389

We often get asked what role does the Gospel play in our therapy? It's simple. Everything. The way we see it is that Christian counseling needs to resonate with a person's, design historically a.k.a. baggage, in the present and their future hopes. God has designed us to all be relational. We approach all counseling from a relational paradigm whether that means with others or the personas we identify with internally.

 

Stephanie Mines, Ph.D.

The TARA Approach
2910 County Road 67
Boulder, Colorado 80303

phone: 1-800-493-6117

Stephanie Mines is a psychologist whose unique understanding comes from her academic research as well as her extensive work in the field. Her stories of personal transformation have led many listeners to become deeply committed to the healing journey. Dr. Mines understands shock from every conceivable perspective. She has investigated it as a survivor, a professional, a healthcare provider, and as a trainer of staffs of institutions and agencies. Her blend of Western and Eastern modalities offers the best of both paradigms. She is devoted to ending the lineage of shock and trauma for individuals and the world.

 

Danelle Misch, M.A.

Relational by Design
207 Canyon Blvd. Suite 202
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 502 417-3312

Relational by Design is a practice based on the core principle that people are designed to grow, thrive and heal in relationships and that through our lives we all seek to be seen, heard and valued.

As marriage and family therapists we work with the entire family in mind. My team and I specialize in working with those who are navigating a challenging life event or crisis, recovering from a past incident or having a difficult time transitioning from one stage of life to another.

RBD helps you to redefine and rebuild the relationships that matter most to you. Contact us to arrange for a free consultation, learn about our sliding fee scale and together we can explore how relational therapy can support you and those you love.

 

Francisca Mix, M.A., L.P.C., N.C.C., BC-DMT

Noeticus Counseling Center and Training Institute
190 East 9th Ave, Suite 290
Denver, Co 80203

My professional background includes work with individuals, couples, and families. I have extensive work with creativity and personal growth, trauma informed care, addictions and recovery, domestic/family violence prevention/intervention, therapeutic play with children, and graduate and post-graduate education/training, particularly with at focus on experiential learning, expressive arts therapies, and body-centered psychotherapy/dance movement therapy. In addition, I have been a clinical supervisor since 2007 and have been an Approved Clinical Supervisor (ACS) through the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE) since February of 2010. I have completed over 30.0 contact hours of professional continuing education.

 

Afra Moenter, Ph.D., M.Ed, L.P.C.

Tears And Laughter, Ltd
1503 Yarmouth Ave
Boulder, Colorado 80304

phone: 303 258 1116

Let's explore those parts of you that want to be seen, held, and transformed. While my deep connection to the wild places in nature and contemplative practices inform my work, I incorporate skills from a variety of trainings I have successfully completed over the years. I offer a therapeutic environment of respectful challenge, acceptance, curiosity, and joy. Individuals I have worked with have experienced long-lasting changes, deep transformation, and shifts when feeling stuck and hopeless. I would like to support you in creating a deeply satisfying and joyful life. My work is based in contemplative practice, Gestalt and Hakomi therapy, and our deep and healing connection to others. My deepest passion lies in helping you connect with your core, your true self; reflected by authentic relationships with others, and expressed through your love for life. I have worked with individuals from all walks of life; people struggling with self-worth, states of mental or brain imbalances (such as depression, bi-polar, or anxiety), or PTSD. Areas of special interest are EPILEPSY, PSYCHOLOGICAL NON-EPILEPTIC SEIZURES, and SOMATOFORM DISORDERS. http://www.tearsandlaughter.com/ http://www.rockymountainepilepsy.com/

 

Afra Moenter, Ph.D., M.Ed

Rocky Mountain Center for Epilepsy
4551 13th Street, Unit B
Boulder, CO 80304

phone: 303 258 1116

The Rocky Mountain Center for Epilepsy, located in Boulder, CO, offers individualized support, guidance, and education to people diagnosed with epilepsy and/or non-epileptic seizures (NES), their families, partners, and friends. Using respiratory biofeedback, Neurofeedback, mindfulness training, stress-reduction techniques, and (if applicable) aura disruption techniques we teach and educate about complementary ways to cope with your epilepsy.

The aim of Rocky Mountain Center for Epilepsy is to help individuals diagnosed with epilepsy and/or NES gain self-confidence, reduce specific fears regarding seizures, cope with perceived and real limitations while strengthening happiness, confidence, and a sense of purpose in life. In addition, we support and guide families and friends to gain greater knowledge and understanding.

 

Ezzat Moghazy, M.S.

MyBestHealer Registered Psychotherapist/Clinical Hypnotherapist
50 S Steele St. #950
Denver, Colorado 80209

phone: 3038108888

I'm a graduate of The Hypnosis Motivational Institute having earned a diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy (CHT). Hypnotherapy is a regulated profession in the state of Colorado and HMI has earned the distinction of being America's first hypnotherapy training school to become nationally accredited, by an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education, in Washington, D.C. In addition, through the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), I'm a registered Psychotherapist in the state of Colorado.

I offer several services in regards "Fibromyalgia" and Chronic Pain Solutions as a Clinical Hypnotherapist. Hypnotherapy is a very effective modality when it comes to Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain. There is several medical research and evidence based practice related to fibromyalgia and Hypnotherapy.

I would love to meet in person and share more of my knowledge and experiences in this field with intention to be a great asset, help and support your clients.

In addition I also provide solutions with several conditions such as:

  • Quit Smoking
  • Loose Weight
  • Insomnia
  • PTSD
  • Anxiety/ Stress/ Depression/ Pain, assistance with Senior Care; Adjustment Issues, Active Listening/Reframing Mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Re-Engaging in Daily Activities/Socialization, Recovery from Hospital Stay or Medical Events, Narrative Therapy, End of Life Issues.

You will find in me the ear to listen, the heart to feel, and the healthcare professional to help you address your / your clients concerns.

I'm looking forward to work with you and your team helping out as a Clinical Hypnotherapist from my practice.

I️ love referrals and recommendations, and I would love to help your clients out with any of the above mentioned issues or concerns. Just to confirm that I believe in collaboration and team work, therefore I hope to be an asset within your network and connections as a Clinical Hypnotherapist.

Note: the Session is 2 hours, so your clients will have plenty of time to express themselves and address their concerns without the 60 minutes limitations. I do accept different forms of payments (Cash, Check, Credits Cards) $150.00/2hours.

Please feel free to reach out if you have any question or inquiry.

Looking forward to meet in person.

Thank you.

Sincerely,

Ezzat Moghazy CHT, RMT, CKTI, MSc PT 80 Garden Center Bld. B. #154 Broomfield, Co. 80020 (303) 810-8888 moghazy@email.com www.mybesthealer.com

 

Dorothy Moon, Psy.D.

777 S. Wadsworth Blvd., Bldg. 2, Suite 103
Lakewood, CO 80226

phone: 720-375-4071

Sometimes having an outside perspective - a person that provides knowledge, hope, empathy, and an honest representation - can help guide you down a path of deep healing and personal discovery. Therapy can support you in sharpening the tools you need to deal with your past and current struggles, bringing you to a new level of health and wholeness.

I recognize how difficult it is to reach out for help, as well as the courage it takes to make the first step. As a therapist, I am committed to creating a safe and supportive environment and to keeping your best interest in mind. I will work collaboratively with you to identify the obstacles in your life and to work through them in creative ways. My goal is to empower you to live life to the fullest.

Call today to set up your first appointment. You deserve it!

www.drdorothymoon.com

 

Steven Moore, M.A.

On Solid Ground Counseling Services
400 E Simpson St #106
Lafayette, COLORADO (CO) 80026

phone: 7209888874

Please visit www.onsolidgroundcounseling.com to learn more about me.

 

Kaycee Morgan

1621 9th #1
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 7143602218

I am going to be a senior at CU Boulder in the Fall and am looking for a summer job/internship as a way to get my foot in the door of the psychology world! My main focus is marriage and family therapy, but I would be more than willing to work in any sector. I will be writing an honors thesis next year and would love to get some more experience in the field as well. I am prepared to do any kind of work available, so if you are looking for someone for anything at all please feel free to contact me.

 

Tiffany Morgan, B.A.

Your Weapon Is Your Mind


phone: 303-704-9419

"Your Weapon Is Your Mind" is a free vet-run support squad for Combat Vets in Denver near CO Blvd & Yale. I offer a confidential, supportive environment for combat vets to find the camaraderie they long for now that they're no longer down range. As a vet who works in mental health, I understand what sacrificing for your country means, and I can bring a unique set of skills to the table to dismantle the barriers keeping veterans from living life to the fullest. During war, service members rely on each other for protection and support, and that should not end after discharge. This group meets every other Wednesday from 1800-2000 starting 9/21/2016. I'd like to talk to the vet before they attend to make sure it's a good fit for them; they can call me or I can call them. I'm willing to meet in person too. YourWeaponIsYourMind@gmail.com

 

Gennifer A Morley, M.A., L.P.C.C

North Boulder Counslring
3249 Big Horn St
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 720.588.3174

Grief and Major life transitions counseling for ALL ages. Gen understands the deep confusion and pain of grief and significant life transitions. Gen can help you lean on your strengths and ease your suffering. Gen also has decades of experience working with children, and offers play therapy for children.

 

Reta Morrisette, M.A., L.P.C.



phone: 303-818-2634

I have been a psychotherapist in private practice for thirteen years. I work with individuals experiencing grief and loss, depression, anxiety, trauma and life transitions. I offer a compassionate, warm and non-judgmental environment. I use a holistic approach to therapy that includes cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and honors the relationship of mind, body and spirit. Working together, we will explore the meanings behind thoughts, feelings and behaviors that limit one's journey toward personal growth. We will create solutions to transform and overcome personal struggles. I tailor therapy to each individual’s issues, needs, concerns and goals. Pleased contact me for a 30 minute initial session at no charge to determine if your needs and my skills are a good fit.

 

Laurel Mulholland, L.C.S.W.

75 Manhattan Dr
Boulder, C) 80303

child, adolescent, and adult pscyhotherapist

 

Joan Munson, Ph.D.

350 Broadway, Suite 102
Boulder, Colorado 80305

phone: 720-335-2572
website: www.joanmunsonphd.com

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I specialize in helping adults facing numerous life issues, including depression, anxiety, stress, job loss, divorce, parenting, and relationship issues. I also specialize in helping couples struggling with relationship issues.

www.joanmunsonphd.com

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Christina Murphy, M.A., L.P.C.

Creative Counseling Center
6021 S Syracuse Way Suite 216
Greenwood Village, co 80111

phone: 303.843.6000

Christina Murphy, MAC, LPC, is a Licensed Professional Counselor and received her Masters of Arts Degree in Counseling Psychology from Regis University. In addition she also was a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), for 8 years. Christina has extensive experience in Family Preservation Therapy, which specializes in families in crisis. She uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Humanistic Techniques that include Expressive Therapies (Play Therapy and Sand Tray Therapy). She has experiences with adolescents, children, and adults of all ages.

Christina feels that all persons have the ability to make positive changes within themselves and at times just need a little guidance.

 

Mike Murphy

Child, Adolescent, Couples, & Family Practice
3005 47th St. Suite F1
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: 303.517.2185

Under the best circumstances, being an adolescent or teen can be hard! Naturally it’s a time of conflict; increased responsibilities, peer pressure, and hormones providing just a few of challenges faced. When combined with breakdowns in the family support system, opportunities for depression, anxiety and lack of motivation can arise. I work with families to shed light on the distorted thought patterns within the home responsible for maintaining such emotional distress, and challenge them to discover their “self” by approaching their lives with more clarity and intent. Educated formally ay Regis U as a MFT, warmth, compassion, respect, and humor are the hallmarks of my practice. Please call for a free initial consultation or check out my website to learn more:www.michaeltmurphy.webs.com

 

Piper Murray, L.P.C.

Piper Murray, MA, LPC
1137 Pearl St., Ste. 206
Boulder, CO 80302

phone: 720-568-0421

Piper Murray, MA, LPC is a psychotherapist specializing in grief and loss, depression, identity confusion, young adulthood, and life transitions. She takes a collaborative approach that integrates traditional "talk" therapy with more experiential methods, such as mindfulness-based therapies. She enjoys working with a diverse clientele and strives to create a safe environment where all her clients feel free to be themselves. Her goal as a therapist is to help her clients learn more about themselves, work through whatever might be keeping them stuck, and live their lives as an expression of their deepest values.

 

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