Business Genre/Area of expertise:
Adults: Body-centered Psychotherapy, EMDR, DBT, TF-CBT; Sensorimotor Psychotherapy for trauma; strength-based approaches to trauma and attachment issues
Children: Infant Mental health, Child-Parent-Psychotherapy, Play Therapy, EMDR for children; specialized in attachment and early child abuse issues
Couples/Families: Couples Counseling
Parents: Child-Parent-Psychotherapy, Pre-and Post-partum depression (PPD) support, Adoption support, Divorce transition coaching, Supervised visitation, Therapeutic visitation, Parenting Coordination, Parent-Child Interactional Assessment (PcI), Grief counseling; GLBT parents welcome!
Quick Practitioner Description: Amelie uses her MA in Somatic psychotherapy (Naropa University, 2003), her long-term mindfulness-meditation practice and extensive training in various trauma therapy methods and attachment issues to guide you in finding inner resources and healing. Her gentle, direct and humorous style supports clients to gently face unresolved issues and problems and move to a more integrated and empowered way of being.
Amelie has extensive experience working with adults with depression, anxiety, life transitions, body image issues, and trauma. During years at the Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect/UCHSC, she further specialized working with infants, children and their parents. She addresses issues of bonding, parent-child relational problems, trans-generational trauma, child abuse and neglect, sexual abuse, children’s special needs (sensory integration disorder, ADHD, highly sensitive and twice exceptional children). Amelie’s style is based in deep respect for the parent child and confidence that each of their inherent goodness, sanity and resourcefulness can be uncovered and restored.
Amelie is also a Certified Sexually Abusive Behaviors Prevention Trainer (Kempe Center) and a former long-term adjunct faculty at Naropa University.
Languages: English, German, Italian, French; some Spanish
Insurance Billing: Private pay.
Are you concerned about yourself, your spouse, infant or child? Do you or they have problems with attachment, connection, procrastination, or aggression? Somatic therapy works with the body, mind, and emotions, and gets to the roots of depression, power struggles, substance abuse, spiritual escape, and inability to pay attention and to focus. Symptoms can be inner cries for help. We treat at the level of brain states where true and lasting change takes place. Find ease of communication and connection, relieve trauma, and become resilient. Supervision and Training available.
Dawn Larson, MS, CGT has extensive training in Psychotherapy and learning communication issues and has serviced families and individuals for over 20 years. In her individual and family counseling practice, Dawn works with adults, couples, parents and children around behavioral and emotional issues.
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Empowerment is the primary goal of Integrated Learning Academy. Empowering children to learn in the way they are most able and successful, and empowering them to enjoy learning. Empowering parents (the child’s first teachers!) to participate in their children’s learning and development in order to bring out optimal joy for learning while accessing their child's full potential.
Our professional community also benefits from Integrated Learning Academy's services. By empowering teachers to bring new skills, techniques and knowledge into the classroom we enhance what they are taught in the traditional educator’s curriculum.
In 24 hours of remedial instruction, we raise student grade equivalencies one to two grade levels.
Kate offers effective services for adults, pre-teens & teens. Kate is a Licensed Mental Health professional in Colorado and has extensive experience in helping people move towards wellness and recovering from life’s struggles. She specializes in effective support for life transitions, such as a new baby in the family, a child entering middle school, and blended families dealing with step-parenting issues. She supports emotional wellness for all ages.
Kenneth Suslak, Ph.D. is a licensed clinical psychologist with forty years of experience working with children, families, couples, and adults. He has directed mental health clinics, served private practice clients, and taught doctoral level students.
With over 20 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families, I can help you be fully engaged in your life and work through issues that keep you stuck. I can help you have satisfying relationships.
Beth combines an eclectic mix of therapeutic techniques to fit your unique needs. She draws from extensive professional training in Art Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, and Play Therapy; the foundation of all her sessions is Body-Centered Psychotherapy,