Having worked in the field of human growth for almost 40 years, Karen Turner has worked with thousands of people, in all walks of life. Combining spirituality with Depth Psychology, shamanism, Jungian work, psychosynthesis, and intuition development, she works with individuals and couples. Karen feels her life has been blessed and privileged because these people have shared so much, teaching her how to work with them. All crises have the potential for spiritual awakening. She helps people discover and apply the tasks necessary for them to actualize this potential. Karen works in person, by phone or chatroom. Karen taught in and helped to establish one of the original Transpersonal Psychology programs in the world at JFK University; she is an internationally known author, workshop and presentation leader.
Professional Description: Shanly uses Somatic Experiencing as the foundation of her work as a therapist. Coupled with her mindfulness meditation practice and chi kung, she helps people of all ages alleviate their anxiety and depression due to unresolved trauma . Her belief is to also educate and train them how to work with improving their condition. She specializes with helping young adults as they navigate the difficult transition into adulthood.
Satisfy your emotional needs and break old patterns while you develop a positive mindset, motivation, and skills for taking control of your present and future.
You will experience rapid and powerful changes through a combination of psychotherapy, NLP, and coaching that addresses the whole person. The result is true happiness.
Sessions are filled with positive energy and unconditional support. Effectiveness of therapy is the number one priority and progress is measured in weeks, not years.
Your happiness is important. Call now.
Pat Ogden, Ph.D., Boulder Psychotherapy Institute Distinguished Guest Workshop Leader, is the founder and director of the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute. She has over 30 years experience, teaches internationally, and is the first author of the groundbreaking book, Trauma and the Body: A Sensorimotor Approach to Psychotherapy.
Are you are worried about a loved one who is struggling with alcohol or drugs? You see they are not themselves, you have tried to support them the best you can, and you're worried when the next shoe will drop. You see that your loved one is really headed in the wrong direction and you worried about their wellbeing. Or maybe you are questioning your relationships with alcohol or other substances and are not sure whether or not you might have a problem. Maybe in your heart or hearts you know you have a problem and you are lost at how to get out of the vicious cycle of drug or alcohol dependency. I can help you make changes. I help folks struggling with substance abuse issues and family members make the changes they are seeking, set loving boundaries and heal emotional pain and family trauma.
I am a therapist and consultant, recently turned therapy directory owner! Denver Therapy Match, a directory for the Front Range was created out of love and dedication to our community. The goal is simple. I want DTM to connect clients with the best possible therapist that meets their needs. There are so many amazing therapists in Colorado and I/we (small team) want them to be found.
I provide compassionate and common sense counseling to children, adults, couples, and families. I tailor treatment to each client, as counseling is not a one size fits all situation. The relationship between client and therapist is a priority, and should I not be a good fit for a client, I provide thoughtful referrals to help the client find the right match.
Robyn Chauvin, LPC, is a member of the teaching faculty at the Boulder Psychotherapy Institute and adjunct faculty in the Graduate School of Psychology at Naropa University. A Licensed Professional Counselor, Robyn has 21 years experience in hospice, inpatient psychiatric work, and private practice psychotherapy working with individuals, couples, and groups. Robyn's approach and methodologies include Applied Existential Psychotherapy (AEP), Gestalt, Psychodrama, and The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music. Of particular interest is working towards wholeness with persons facing internalized oppression or complicated trauma.
I am a licensed clinical social worker and a certified addictions counselor in the state of Colorado. I have nearly a decade of experience working in a variety of settings such as hospitals, out patient community mental health centers, substance abuse facilities, as well as residential treatment and public school settings. I specialize in working with preteens, adolescents and young adults who are struggling with substance abuse; trauma and various mental health related challenges as well as life transitions. Through my practice, Strength in Motion Counseling I offer a combination of traditional approaches to mental health along with holistic approaches to treatment. I provide unique mindful based approaches in treatment such as group and individual psychotherapy as well as as well as mindfulness skills, walk and talk therapy and hikes
I've worked as a Marriage and Family Therapist for more than 10 years. I've learned two things during that time. First,all of us want and deserve to live happily ever after. Second, sometimes happily ever after needs a little help.
My practice is devoted to helping individuals, couples, families, and children discover and use their talents and strengths to find and live happier and more fulfilling lives. I am work with Depression, Anxiety, and Mood Disorders; Challenges of Parenting (including working with challenging children, ADHD, Aspergers, and family transitions such as divorce); Eating Disorders; Adult Relationship Challengs (both traditional and same sex couples).
I offer all potential clients a free initial consultation.
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