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"I am dedicated to providing a supportive, safe environment for clients to work on their own areas of concern. A relational model provides the context for this work, which is guided by each individual's needs. You can depend on my ability to offer warmth and compassion; respect your process; be educational and interactive; provide support and direction; and truly care. Clients report feeling better, having new insights and knowing they are supported while contemplating and effecting change in their lives. I am committed to assisting you on your journey."
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"I am dedicated to providing a supportive, safe environment for clients to work on their own areas of concern. A relational model provides the context for this work, which is guided by each individual's needs. You can depend on my ability to offer warmth and compassion; respect your process; be educational and interactive; provide support and direction; and truly care. Clients report feeling better, having new insights and knowing they are supported while contemplating and effecting change in their lives. I am committed to assisting you on your journey."
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"I believe in the power of people to change. Clients that are dedicated to their own healing will find support, information, and creative professional treatment in my practice. I treat adolescents, adults and elderly because change is possible at any age. I have an extensive background treating individuals from all walks of life, in many different clinical settings, and with many diverse conditions. I am very open minded and non-judgemental. I have worked in the healthcare field for many years and have a holistic approach, with special interest in mindfulness, stress management, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders and addiction issues."
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"I believe in the power of people to change. Clients that are dedicated to their own healing will find support, information, and creative professional treatment in my practice. I treat adolescents, adults and elderly because change is possible at any age. I have an extensive background treating individuals from all walks of life, in many different clinical settings, and with many diverse conditions. I am very open minded and non-judgemental. I have worked in the healthcare field for many years and have a holistic approach, with special interest in mindfulness, stress management, anxiety disorders, depressive disorders and addiction issues."
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"Hello! I recently returned from Illinois to Colorado and the Rockies where my heart has always been. For 20+ years I have helped individuals, couples and families find solutions to problems and live more full, peaceful lives. Primary styles are cognitive, psychodynamic and supportive therapy. Clients have often reported they have attained both symptom relief and personal growth. Because I think people are kind of like jigsaw puzzles, I incorporate their past experiences into our work. Everything they have lived through has helped create the people they have become, both the great qualities and the baggage. Outcomes: self-understanding, self acceptance and positive self regard."
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"Hello! I recently returned from Illinois to Colorado and the Rockies where my heart has always been. For 20+ years I have helped individuals, couples and families find solutions to problems and live more full, peaceful lives. Primary styles are cognitive, psychodynamic and supportive therapy. Clients have often reported they have attained both symptom relief and personal growth. Because I think people are kind of like jigsaw puzzles, I incorporate their past experiences into our work. Everything they have lived through has helped create the people they have become, both the great qualities and the baggage. Outcomes: self-understanding, self acceptance and positive self regard."
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"Struggling with your relationship, loss of a loved one, job difficulties, poor self esteem? Sometimes no matter what you've tried you find yourself repeating old patterns, feeling stuck. There is help. We'll start wherever you are on your life's journey. We'll talk about your situation, your goals. With warmth and compassion, I'll offer practical solutions, support, guidance, problem solving. I have a special interest in college and grad students and young adults. People report relief after just a few sessions."
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(720) 288-0968
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"Struggling with your relationship, loss of a loved one, job difficulties, poor self esteem? Sometimes no matter what you've tried you find yourself repeating old patterns, feeling stuck. There is help. We'll start wherever you are on your life's journey. We'll talk about your situation, your goals. With warmth and compassion, I'll offer practical solutions, support, guidance, problem solving. I have a special interest in college and grad students and young adults. People report relief after just a few sessions."
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"My style is warm, real, and practical. Working with me in therapy means having a conversation, just two people talking together. I embrace humor and honesty in therapy. I balance helping you gain greater understanding of yourself with taking action, supporting your every step. I strive to provide the best services possible by helping you to feel deeply understood by considering all the aspects of your unique story and using therapeutic techniques that have been shown by research to be effective. I provide individual and group therapy as well as psychological evaluations (testing)."
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(970) 366-3075
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"My style is warm, real, and practical. Working with me in therapy means having a conversation, just two people talking together. I embrace humor and honesty in therapy. I balance helping you gain greater understanding of yourself with taking action, supporting your every step. I strive to provide the best services possible by helping you to feel deeply understood by considering all the aspects of your unique story and using therapeutic techniques that have been shown by research to be effective. I provide individual and group therapy as well as psychological evaluations (testing)."
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW
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"Thank you for finding me. My passion is working with shifting social and family relationships for all age clients. I encourage your intuitive voice as a problem-solving tool to determine best path forward. I can help recognize barriers that are obstructing your progress. I can provide you with strategies in how to actualize change. I teach, deconstruct, model, provide scripts and practice social skills. Together, we will gently approach and tame your struggles with traumatic events, anxiety, rumination, perseveration, social anxiety, anger, grief and sibling/family communication."
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(720) 506-2172
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"Thank you for finding me. My passion is working with shifting social and family relationships for all age clients. I encourage your intuitive voice as a problem-solving tool to determine best path forward. I can help recognize barriers that are obstructing your progress. I can provide you with strategies in how to actualize change. I teach, deconstruct, model, provide scripts and practice social skills. Together, we will gently approach and tame your struggles with traumatic events, anxiety, rumination, perseveration, social anxiety, anger, grief and sibling/family communication."
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"What happens when we cannot show the most vulnerable and truthful parts of ourselves? Suffering. Fear. Frustration. Incongruence. Do you need a space where these parts can be held, allowing you to experience more relief in your body? My goal is to guide you in the discovery and celebration of your authentic self. We live in a world where a right way of being is imposed. Often that entails communicating, dressing, and moving in one particular way. In other words, we are asked to act in ways that align the with dominant heterosexual, cis-gender, White, English-speaking culture."
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"What happens when we cannot show the most vulnerable and truthful parts of ourselves? Suffering. Fear. Frustration. Incongruence. Do you need a space where these parts can be held, allowing you to experience more relief in your body? My goal is to guide you in the discovery and celebration of your authentic self. We live in a world where a right way of being is imposed. Often that entails communicating, dressing, and moving in one particular way. In other words, we are asked to act in ways that align the with dominant heterosexual, cis-gender, White, English-speaking culture."
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"The PWCB is a center dedicated to the prevention, support, and treatment of maternal and family mental health challenges. The PWCB consists of five licensed perinatal mental health specialists, graduate level interns, a reproductive psychiatrist, acupuncturist, naturopath, pelvic floor PT, infant/child sleep specialist, and lactation consultant all of whom are speciality trained in reproductive and perinatal mental health through PSI."
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"The PWCB is a center dedicated to the prevention, support, and treatment of maternal and family mental health challenges. The PWCB consists of five licensed perinatal mental health specialists, graduate level interns, a reproductive psychiatrist, acupuncturist, naturopath, pelvic floor PT, infant/child sleep specialist, and lactation consultant all of whom are speciality trained in reproductive and perinatal mental health through PSI."
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"Many of us feel caged and confused in this world. We don't know who we are or how we want to be. We feel insecure and lost. We feel alone and scared in rooms full of people. Disliking our bodies and minds, we chase after relief that leads to emptiness. Seeking safety and expectability, we attempt to control our emotional and physical environments. In these enclosures, we are separate from ourselves and others--angry, judgmental, shutdown or shut-out. Psychotherapy enables us to uncover and heal the wounds and traumas that imprison us, liberating our innate ability to thrive and connect."
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"Many of us feel caged and confused in this world. We don't know who we are or how we want to be. We feel insecure and lost. We feel alone and scared in rooms full of people. Disliking our bodies and minds, we chase after relief that leads to emptiness. Seeking safety and expectability, we attempt to control our emotional and physical environments. In these enclosures, we are separate from ourselves and others--angry, judgmental, shutdown or shut-out. Psychotherapy enables us to uncover and heal the wounds and traumas that imprison us, liberating our innate ability to thrive and connect."
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"We specialize in helping individuals and families with long-term healing and recovery from addiction, behavioral compulsions, mental health challenges, and other acute, chronic and relapsing illnesses. We practice Invitational Intervention®, ARISE® Continuing Care with Intervention, which is Evidence-Based and proven to be effective. We match the Certified ARISE® Interventionists to the specific needs of the client and the family and are well connected to the best treatment centers across the country. We offer consultation, case management, safe transportation across transitions (geographic, family relationships and emotional), coaching, companionship (sober and mental health companions), placement and treatment advice and intervention."
(720) 549-9825
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"We specialize in helping individuals and families with long-term healing and recovery from addiction, behavioral compulsions, mental health challenges, and other acute, chronic and relapsing illnesses. We practice Invitational Intervention®, ARISE® Continuing Care with Intervention, which is Evidence-Based and proven to be effective. We match the Certified ARISE® Interventionists to the specific needs of the client and the family and are well connected to the best treatment centers across the country. We offer consultation, case management, safe transportation across transitions (geographic, family relationships and emotional), coaching, companionship (sober and mental health companions), placement and treatment advice and intervention."
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"Therapy is such a unique and personal journey, therefore I practice an integrative and individualized style of therapy to best address your specific needs. My therapeutic style can be described as interactive, empathetic, nonjudgmental and gently challenging. I focus on helping to build on client's strengths while also directing attention to those behaviors and thoughts that hold people back from achieving their goals and living a more authentic life. I have particular expertise with eating disorders, addictions, depression, anxiety, highly sensitive temperament, self-esteem issues, and relationship issues."
(720) 961-5411
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"Therapy is such a unique and personal journey, therefore I practice an integrative and individualized style of therapy to best address your specific needs. My therapeutic style can be described as interactive, empathetic, nonjudgmental and gently challenging. I focus on helping to build on client's strengths while also directing attention to those behaviors and thoughts that hold people back from achieving their goals and living a more authentic life. I have particular expertise with eating disorders, addictions, depression, anxiety, highly sensitive temperament, self-esteem issues, and relationship issues."
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"If you want to feel happier, more productive and energized; if you wish to forgive/forget painful events and move on with your life, I invite you to call and make an appointment. I would like to hear your life story and discover, together, your strengths and the skills that can help you cope with challenges and find meaning in your daily life. In therapy you can try a more empowering way to talk to yourself and more assertive ways to communicate with other people, which often leads to more rewarding interpersonal relationships and a stronger sense of self-confidence."
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"If you want to feel happier, more productive and energized; if you wish to forgive/forget painful events and move on with your life, I invite you to call and make an appointment. I would like to hear your life story and discover, together, your strengths and the skills that can help you cope with challenges and find meaning in your daily life. In therapy you can try a more empowering way to talk to yourself and more assertive ways to communicate with other people, which often leads to more rewarding interpersonal relationships and a stronger sense of self-confidence."
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"Do you ever find yourself frustrated with your relationships and connections with others, especially people close to you like family and loved ones? Have you noticed that you keep dating the same type of person and you're ready to break the cycle? Are you ready to find recovery for you and your relationships and you're not sure how to start the healing process? Healing begins in relationship, and through this dynamic process of therapy based in the therapeutic connection, you too can find peace and happiness with yourself and others. "
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"Do you ever find yourself frustrated with your relationships and connections with others, especially people close to you like family and loved ones? Have you noticed that you keep dating the same type of person and you're ready to break the cycle? Are you ready to find recovery for you and your relationships and you're not sure how to start the healing process? Healing begins in relationship, and through this dynamic process of therapy based in the therapeutic connection, you too can find peace and happiness with yourself and others. "
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"I pride myself in counseling the whole person instead of narrowly treating issues. Whatever issues or symptoms are presented, they are connected in meaningful ways to the individual. Greater self awareness leads to more effective self-regulation of moods and behavior. Depth counseling is reaching for the root of one's pain as opposed to snipping at the outer branches or leaves. I liken counseling to detective work in which my clients and I identify clues and follow the trail of symptoms back to the source of original pain, trauma and grief. From there, deep healing is possible."
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"I pride myself in counseling the whole person instead of narrowly treating issues. Whatever issues or symptoms are presented, they are connected in meaningful ways to the individual. Greater self awareness leads to more effective self-regulation of moods and behavior. Depth counseling is reaching for the root of one's pain as opposed to snipping at the outer branches or leaves. I liken counseling to detective work in which my clients and I identify clues and follow the trail of symptoms back to the source of original pain, trauma and grief. From there, deep healing is possible."
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"I offer mentorship and therapeutic services for people of all ages. I meet with individuals in a variety of locations, from a tea house to a confidential office setting. I conveniently meet with families in their own homes. I can offer a variety of therapeutic services for individuals that need to address specific issues that are adversely affecting one's education, relationships, or family. I have specific experience working with difficult transitions, bereavement, addiction, severe and moderate mental health issues, family systems, relationships, and dreams."
(720) 726-1385
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"I offer mentorship and therapeutic services for people of all ages. I meet with individuals in a variety of locations, from a tea house to a confidential office setting. I conveniently meet with families in their own homes. I can offer a variety of therapeutic services for individuals that need to address specific issues that are adversely affecting one's education, relationships, or family. I have specific experience working with difficult transitions, bereavement, addiction, severe and moderate mental health issues, family systems, relationships, and dreams."
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"My passion is using creativity to support individuals in healing from trauma and increasing their overall well-being. I provide a safe, supportive environment and incorporate a range of modalities from a holistic, trauma-informed and mindfulness-based approach. Through the creative art process, individuals can authentically connect with themselves and learn to process a range of emotions in a healthy way. "
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"My passion is using creativity to support individuals in healing from trauma and increasing their overall well-being. I provide a safe, supportive environment and incorporate a range of modalities from a holistic, trauma-informed and mindfulness-based approach. Through the creative art process, individuals can authentically connect with themselves and learn to process a range of emotions in a healthy way. "
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"*** ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS *** "Without therapists, we are very unreliable narrators of our own stories" (Russian Doll, 2019). In it's simplest form this is the goal for talk-therapy: sharing your life and having someone listen who might even be skilled enough to help narrate your very own unique story. As a clinician, my goal is to walk alongside you and support you to remove self, familial and societal limitations that are preventing you from living an effective and fulfilled life. My approach blends both Western and Eastern Psychology; I integrate mindfulness and meditation into my sessions. "
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"*** ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS *** "Without therapists, we are very unreliable narrators of our own stories" (Russian Doll, 2019). In it's simplest form this is the goal for talk-therapy: sharing your life and having someone listen who might even be skilled enough to help narrate your very own unique story. As a clinician, my goal is to walk alongside you and support you to remove self, familial and societal limitations that are preventing you from living an effective and fulfilled life. My approach blends both Western and Eastern Psychology; I integrate mindfulness and meditation into my sessions. "
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"I specialize in working with youth, adults, couples & families with Asperger's Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder & Social Communication Disorders. A distinct specialty of mine is sexuality & gender dysphoria in ASD. I also work with teens & adults with social, emotional, relationship & academic struggles. I was trained at Columbia University School of Social Work & New York City's Asperger Center for Education. I received my B.A. from Davidson College. I have run therapeutic wilderness camps, programs & social skills groups in San Francisco & New York City. Recently, I worked as a therapist at the Temple Grandin School for 3 years."
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"I specialize in working with youth, adults, couples & families with Asperger's Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder & Social Communication Disorders. A distinct specialty of mine is sexuality & gender dysphoria in ASD. I also work with teens & adults with social, emotional, relationship & academic struggles. I was trained at Columbia University School of Social Work & New York City's Asperger Center for Education. I received my B.A. from Davidson College. I have run therapeutic wilderness camps, programs & social skills groups in San Francisco & New York City. Recently, I worked as a therapist at the Temple Grandin School for 3 years."
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"To STRIVE is to make great efforts to achieve or obtain something. Psychotherapy is the process that encourages, facilitates, challenges, and guides those efforts to achieve personal goals, get relief, and find recovery from painful psychological and relationship difficulties. Therapy is hard and rewarding work. It is a profound collaboration between you and your therapist, and success, forged by a strong alliance in this therapeutic relationship. Simply put, it is optimal to work with someone who is a good fit for you, and we endeavor to make that connection within the Strive Psychotherapy Group."
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"To STRIVE is to make great efforts to achieve or obtain something. Psychotherapy is the process that encourages, facilitates, challenges, and guides those efforts to achieve personal goals, get relief, and find recovery from painful psychological and relationship difficulties. Therapy is hard and rewarding work. It is a profound collaboration between you and your therapist, and success, forged by a strong alliance in this therapeutic relationship. Simply put, it is optimal to work with someone who is a good fit for you, and we endeavor to make that connection within the Strive Psychotherapy Group."
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"Let me be your life raft, light and ladder to bring you out of the darkness that you are in.  Imagine, having control over your life and owning the tools you need to deal with the challenges that have come your way. If you are struggling with relationships, PTSD, anxiety, trauma, or have a loved one on the spectrum, I have had the unique fortune to help people in all of these areas and look forward to helping you. Imagine what it would be like to be happy with yourself, your life and those around you. Intimacy won't be a scary word but a new definition of being seen and an empowered way of seeing your yourself (In 2 Me See)."
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"Let me be your life raft, light and ladder to bring you out of the darkness that you are in.  Imagine, having control over your life and owning the tools you need to deal with the challenges that have come your way. If you are struggling with relationships, PTSD, anxiety, trauma, or have a loved one on the spectrum, I have had the unique fortune to help people in all of these areas and look forward to helping you. Imagine what it would be like to be happy with yourself, your life and those around you. Intimacy won't be a scary word but a new definition of being seen and an empowered way of seeing your yourself (In 2 Me See)."

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