Colorado Springs, CO 80937
Longmont, CO 80503
I believe we all have a core self or soul that is not necessarily expressed or manifest. I also believe we have the capacity to awaken to our soul and fulfill its journey. When we access this core self, healing power is released that moves us towards ever greater well-being and wholeness. We feel more alive, more present, and filled with a deeper sense of meaning. We also experience the connection between ourselves and the people around us.
I have found, in myself and in others, that the way to connect with our core self is to listen fully to all parts of ourselves with curiosity, unconditional acceptance and presence. I have also discovered that we can create authentic, fulfilling relationships with others only when we have a relationship with our core self.
My approach as a psychotherapist is to honor the soul of each person and support them in accessing the innate wisdom, aliveness and healing power that this self contains. I do this through deep empathic listening, gentle guidance, intuition and by using methods from Nonviolent Communication™, Spiritual Psychology and Inner Relationship Focusing.
Loveland, CO 80537
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
At the Harmonized Brain Centers we have a passion to help people maximize the efficiency of their uniquely and divinely created brain by using an integrated approach by using the most cutting edge and common sense methods. Our staff and owners not only have extensive knowledge in dealing with neurological issues but we also have personal experience in helping our family members, friends and clients achieve their best brain ever.
Morrison, CO 80465
Boulder, CO 80305
Arvada, Colorado 80005
As a Registered Psychotherapist and a Certified Mindfuless Instructor, she helps clients re-engage with life fully and with joy. She uses mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, Applied Existential Psychotherapy, methods of Japanese Psychology, Naikan and Morita, along with somatic techniques. She helps clients explore practices for relieving stress and anxiety as wel as deal effectively with trauma, stress and destructive emotions. www.prajnahealingarts.com
Castle Pines, Colorado 80108
For over 30 years, John has assisted people on their journey toward change and transformation. He is a registered psychotherapist in the state of Colorado and has been licensed and ordained in pastoral ministry since 1985. Quick to smile, John is easy to relate to, and clients are comfortable with him.
John earned a B.A. in interdisciplinary studies from Liberty University and has an M.A. in Ministry from Moody Theological Seminary, as well as an M.A. in philosophy from the University of Denver. From Nova Southeastern University, he earned a Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution, with a focus on marital relationships. John regularly consults with business leaders and speaks at retreats, conferences, and churches.
John is the creator of the Integrative Marriage Alignment Process (IMAP). The IMAP integrates: research and therapeutic processes from attachment theory, forgiveness, shame resilience, cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotion-focused therapy and the Gottman method. This psycho-educational approach is solution-focused and thus intentionally engages couples in a process of transformation.
As a clinician, John specializes in anxiety, bereavement/grief, depression, coaching, forgiveness, individual counseling, marriage counseling, parenting issues, premarital counseling and spiritual formation & development.
Lakewood, CO 80214
Boulder, CO 80303
PrivateTherapy Practice : Individuals and Couples. Couples PACT 2, body centered psychotherapy, trauma therapy, biodynamic cranial sacral therapy.