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Arvada, Colorado 80005
As a counselor I enjoy helping adults engage fully with life using body, mind and spirit. I use my certifications as a Mindfuless Instructor, addiction specialist along with my training from nationally and internationally recognized institutes in Applied Existential Therapy, methods of Japanese psychology, CBT, marriage and family therapy, and somatic techniques. I take a client-centered approach to make sure my clients are offered practices for relieving stress and anxiety. I share tools that work for them to deal effectively with their trauma, stress and destructive emotions. www.prajnahealingarts.com
Boulder, CO 80305
internationally know author and presenter. Her book on Sartre and Psychoanalysis is considered a classic in existential psychology. AEP interlaces the insights of existential philosophy and contemporary psychoanalysis with interventions inspired by Gestalt therapy and other experiential approaches. It is a dynamic here-and-now therapy that also takes into account how the past impacts the present. AEP works deeply with the body and process as well as verbal material and content. Dr. Cannon has been practicing psychotherapy and training, supervising, and mentoring therapists in Boulder for over forty years. She is a long-time member of the CAP Advisory Board. She and her colleague Robyn Chauvin have recently introduced a class in Applied Existential Coaching into the BPI Curriculum.
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
In this approach to therapy, dreams, illness, depression, restlessness, and much more can lead to a deeper exploration of the experience and meaning of life. C.G. Jung stated "Our hearts glow, and secret unrest gnaws at the root of our being." Come and explore.
Lakewood, CO 80232
I am client focused, firm believer in meeting people where they are, a strong advocate, and work extremely well with diverse people and/or populations. I earned my associates degree in Human Services (Mental Health Concentration) from Southeast Community College, my bachelor’s degree in Family Science and Psychology from University of Nebraska-Lincoln and my master’s degree in Psychology from the University of Phoenix. I also earned certification in Gambling Addiction and Counseling for individuals who struggle with gambling related issues (NCGC-I and ICGC-II). I am certified in Driving with Care (DWC) providing Level I and II DWI Education and Therapy Groups, EMDR Trained, and Board Approved Clinical Consultant (BACC) for gambling disorders. I have completed all mandatory curriculum and internship/supervision hours associated with an Licensed Addiction Counselor (LAC) and currently awaiting my licensure. I am a member of and subscribed to the code of ethics for both National Association of Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors (NAADAC) and National Council on Problem Gambling (NCPG). I am a Registered Psychotherapist with The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA) who is responsible for licensing and consumer protection. I began my professional career at a locked state mental institution where I worked with individuals diagnosed with moderate to severe mental illness, adult forensic population, and chronic care. This first experience was foundational for me and created a passion for this work. I saw a frequent disconnect between services among the mental health, addiction, and criminal justice systems. I saw how systemic issues can directly impact people in a negative way. I made it my goal for the next 20 years to try to address these issues in an integrated way because I saw how they were often resolved best when treated holistically. I held two internships as an undergrad (both in direct care) one in a retirement facility (Lancaster Manor) where I worked with individuals diagnosed with Dementia and/or Alzheimer’s and the other in a mental institution (Lincoln Regional Center) where I worked with adults and adolescents diagnosed with severe mental illness, co-occurring disorders and the criminal justice system. I have worked in the mental health and criminal justice system most of my career including jails, prisons, probation, and community corrections. I have worked and continue to work in the capacity of a therapist, case manager, and group leader. In graduate school I held an internship as a therapist providing individual and group therapy at the Denver Sheriff’s Office at the Denver County Jail and assisted in the implementation of the men’s mental health unit. As a professional, I have had many roles as a therapist, case manager, and addiction counselor- typically as a case manager, advocate, clinician, or a mixture of all the above. Much of my experience has been working in community mental health centers and within the criminal justice system (inside jails, prisons, interfacing with police departments and courts). My continued training has taken place in the form of classes, workshops, conferences, webinars, seminars, and personal research.
Lakewood, CO 80227
The Patterns of life run deep and are expressed as our stories about self, other people and circumstances. Our emotions are the glue that hold our patterns in place and bind us to them. Through the reinforcing of our patterns, an insulating cocoon is formed. The PatternWork® is a Self Discovery process that utilizes mindfulness to help you come out of your cocoon and release the patterns that no longer serve you.
Fruita, CO 81521