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Longmont, CO 80501
Dynamic Psychotherapy and Nutrition counseling. Using a variety of techniques which include NLP, NET, naturally occuring hypnosis. Go to my website for further information:
Denver, CO 80231
I strongly believe self-acceptance and self-compassion are the perfect foundation for making life changes. I will help you understand your autonomic (subconscious) nervous system and support you in creating a new response to stress
I can help you shift your body/mind/spirit's stress response. As a Breakthrough Expert I will mentor you as you create your personal transformation. For the last several years I have been inspiring client's to compassionately accept all aspects of themselves, stand in their truth and create the life of their dreams. I can help you too!
I'm sincere when I say "It's not your fault" - your subconscious mind is in charge when your system is stressed and overwhelmed. I encourage my clients to find their own personal truths, to explore and unearth their purpose and gifts and create a life that resonates most authentically with their innate wisdom. Creating the life they've always known possible
Denver, CO 80206
I have a part time private practice specializing in adults on the spectrum and work as a private practice consultant. I also own and run a local therapy directory.
Estes Park, CO 80517-9436
I am an attorney who has extensive experience with the regulatory system that psychotherapists deal with. I consult on questions regarding any practice situation that involves legal and practice issues such as confidentiality, required reporting, or other practice issues. I also represent psychotherapists who have received a complaint and need to respond to DORA regarding the complaint.
Boulder, CO 80303
Robyn Hubbard, D.Min. (Doctor of Ministry) is a spiritual companion, grief counselor, certified dream work facilitator, bodyworker and a well-resourced guide into the depths of Self where we access our jewels of transformation and soul growth.
Her work involves spiritual inquiry that includes dialogue, body-centered awareness and movement practices, and the exploration of dream material that is symbolically represented through our sleeping and waking dreamscapes. Robyn’s broad background of inter-spiritual teachings (from many different traditions and lineages) combined with dreamwork, body-mind healing and movement-centered exploration offers a soulful approach to self-discovery. Her work is informed by training in Biosomatics, SomaSource®, Authentic Movement, inspiration from 5Rhythms Dance®, along with a broad array of dream perspectives and Jungian study.
Robyn emphasizes somatic awareness in all of her work by tuning in to the body’s wisdom to create an environment of curiosity, explore messages emerging from the unconscious and integrate in our waking minds what is coming forth from our dreams and waking life experience.
If we allow the natural awakening of the soul to evolve while attuning to our mind's ability to notice sensation and change, we are more directly guided on our path of soulful living. Through the combination of these woven inquiries, Robyn and her clients explore the wild nature of our inner world and how it inter-plays with and informs our waking life experience.
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.
Golden, CO 80401
Boulder, CO 80302
Arvada, Colorado 80004
Franklin, PA 16323
Leland Hoover is a management consultant to freelancers and entrepreneurs. He has counseled hundreds of small businesses through the Small Business Development Center (SBDC), SCORE, and through his private consulting practice. Services include business planning, full-stack marketing, technology, finance, and writing.
Leland worked as a corporate executive, international business consultant, research & development director, software architect, and geoscientist for corporations including Visa International, First Data Corporation, United Telecommunications. Leland has held leadership positions in various nonprofits and is a serial entrepreneur.
Leland earned an MBA in international business and BS in business administration from Regis University and graduated summa cum laude. He is also a member of the Alpha Sigma Nu honor society. His early education was in geology/geophysics.
Leland is a lifelong learner and an avid runner, weightlifter, watercolorist, and musician. The Ph.D. is still a work in process.