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Boulder, CO 80304
Kathy is an experienced therapist working extensively with clients with depression/mood disorder.
Denver, Colorado 80237
Coordinate integrated behavioral health and mental health treatment services for adjudicated juveniles placed with the Division of Youth Services.
Golden, CO 80401
Denver, CO 80237
Specializing in clinical hypnotherapy and practical hypnosis
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.
Lafayette, CO 80026
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.
Boulder, CO 80301
After practicing and teaching Classical 5 Element Acupuncture for over 3 decades I now coach therapists, healers, and coaches in "the 5 Elements of Genuine Marketing Success". This marketing is powerful and completely non-aggressive.
My forthcoming book is: "Oy Vey to Hooray - the 5 Magical Elements of Health, Wealth, and Joyous Success for Transformational Healers and Leaders
Denver, CO 80209
The Denver Tobacco Clinic - home of the original HypNoSmoke method - offers a full range of nicotine and THC cessation counseling modalities. Combining the "mental potential" of Neurolinguistics (NLP), Hypnotherapy and Motivational Interviewing with Cognitive/Behavioral techniques and evidence-based Clinical Tobacco Treatment strategies, Frank Oden has created an innovative multi-modal approach -- a uniquely flexible toolkit of best practices from every field.
With a 30 year past as a heavy tobacco and marijuana smoker, 13 years as a stop-smoking clinician and hypnotherapist, a 40 year career in public speaking, 15,000 clinical hours coaching individual smokers and over 100 public seminars, Denver psychotherapist, tobacco cessation expert and NLP master trainer Frank Oden combines Neuro-Linguistic persuasion skills with proven cognitive behavioral techniques in a compelling interpersonal process that has guided thousands of former nicotine and THC users to rapid and lasting success.
As clinician, speaker, author and coach, Oden is a skilled communicator of the true nature of smoking, the intricacies of "the smoker mindset," principles of positive psychology and stoic / existential philosophy, and the role of intentional language constructs in self-directed behavior change.
Golden, Colorado 80401
Cambium Counseling derives its name from cambium which is a cylinder of tissue that encircles the trunk of a tree. It is the primary source of growth and repair for the tree both inwards toward the pith and outwards toward the bark. In order for this area to thrive, the cambium requires nutrient dense soil as well as, a balance of sunshine and rain. Similarly, many couples who seek counseling are looking for helpful and balanced nutrition for relational growth as well as, an opportunity to repair what has been injured in their relationship. A couple relationship is the beginning of a family tree and its' overall health can impact an entire family system. At Cambium Counseling we believe that by increasing the health of one tree (a single couple) the health of the entire forest (the couple's community) is positively impacted.