Boulder Psychotherapy Institute

Advanced Training in Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP)

An Experiential Psychodynamic Gestalt Approach   •   Boulder, Colorado


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B.J. Brown, MSW, CIBP
Mentoring for Life Transformation


website: www.somacoach.com

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Body-Centered Psychotherapist in private practice for 25 years. BJ facilitates depth exploration incorporating more holistic and spiritual approaches with her traditional background. Integrative Body Psychotherapy, breathwork, art therapy to name a few. She is now offering Shamanic Healing and Soul Retrieval, having trained with Sandra Ingerman and in the 3-yr program with Michael Harner's Foundation for Shamanic Studies. Take a look at her expanded listing for more info on offerings and her book.
- "When BJ walks into a room and the space expands. Possibilities flow from her eyes and heart as she connects deeply with what is and what might be. Lurking behind the twinkle is a powerhouse of support, fun, presence and transcendent love, ready to play and explore." --Kathlyn Hendricks, Ph.D., ADTR - The Hendricks Institute

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David Robert Henson, Ph.D.

Lakewood Trauma Relief Counseling Center
9022 West Arizona Drive
Lakewood, Colorado 80232

phone: 303-987-4660

Dr. Dave works with adult individuals and couples who would like to resolve the symptoms of traumatic incidents and relationship conflicts. The counseling goals are to redevelop intimacy and a heart connection, communicate respectfully, meet each others needs and resolve issues while rebuilding trust in a safe and constructive way.

Dr. Dave has many years of experience with Traumatic Stress (acute, chronic, simple, complex and PTSD), anxiety, addictions, depression, dual diagnosis and Couples/Marriage Counseling.

EMDR Certified with specialties in Traumatic Stress and Couples/Marriage Counseling/Therapy. Itís not "what happens to us" that causes our problems, itís how we "think" about it that continues to keep us stuck in our emotional pain.Ē

Visit me web site at: http://www.trauma-relief.com

 

Alexandria Mezyad, M.A.

1070 W. Century Circle, Suite 200
Louisville, CO 80027

phone: 7206849845

Master's level therapist working for Therapy Matters in Louisville CO

 

Judith K. Wimpee, M.A., L.P.C.

7800 S. Elati St. #108
Littleton, CO 80120

phone: 303 595 5454

I believe that therapy is a collaborative effort and that clients should be offered a supportive and safe environment in which to discover and understand more about themselves and grow into the people they want to be. Although, I specialize in trauma and grief, I also work with multiple other issues.

 

Dai Kato

The SMART Therapy Center


The theory of SMART is based on the research that thoughts, emotions, and bodily sensations are interacting. SMART therapeutic perspective believes neurobiological linkage between behavior, thoughts, emotion, and sensation. SMART's comprehensive perspective sees that the roots of behavior start from the nervous system, which transmits neurons through synaptic space and send signals as a bodily sensation using neuromuscular (the meeting place of a nerve and a muscle fiber), which interprets into emotions, emotions generates thoughts and thoughts activate behaviors. SMART is an etiological treatment on the unbroken chain of humans' behavior from intervening nerve system and neuromuscular using Static Movement treatment

 

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