Boulder Emotional Wellness seeks to promote and maintain the psychological health of the Boulder community. We treat every client with sensitivity, providing affirmative therapy that values diversity and respects the individual.

Our services include individual adult counseling, couples counseling, family therapy, therapy for adolescents, play therapy for children, in-home family therapy, biofeedback for emotional regulation, and therapy in outdoor settings including Equine Assisted Psychotherapy and other activities.

Boulder Emotional Wellness offers training and supervision for pre-graduate interns and post-graduate externs.  Licensed therapists also offer services.  The center is not appropriate for emergency care or for clients who may require 24 hour supervision or immediate access to service.  For emergency service, please call Mental Health Center serving Boulder and Broomfield Counties at 303-447-1665

For new client consultation please dial 303 225 2708 extension 1

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Counseling is for…

… relieving trauma symptoms like avoidance, vigilance, intrusive thoughts, disturbing emotions, and body-based results of chronic stress like sleep and digestion problems.

… healing early-life emotional wounds from neglect or abuse, that show up in intimate or other relationships.

… increasing success in athletics, public speaking, test taking, and social interactions.

… children acting in ways that are not appropriate for their age, who are attempting to master an emotional struggle created by trauma or attachment wounds (accidents, surgeries, divorce, adoption, etc.)

… feeling “stuck”, noticing repeated behaviors and not feeling better.

… having reached “bottom,” and changed some behaviors, and now struggling with commitments.

… couples wishing to discover dynamics in their relationship that obscure nurturance.

… building capacity to handle anger and rage constructively.

… difficulty in grief and loss.

… gaining insight into “defenses” and understanding and increasing tolerance for emotional processes that heal.

… learning and practicing nonviolent communication.

… creating healthier family dynamics.

… support through difficult changes.