Colorado

Jaclyn Miller, PhD, NBCCH

Aspenshire Counseling & Retreats

Colorado Springs, CO

719-687- 6196 

ac@aspenshire.com

aspenshire.com

Licensed Psychologist, Director  Aspenshire  Counseling and Certified Diplomate in Hypnotherapy. Twenty years of integrating science and soul into practical solutions. Also specializing in counseling, dream work, nature therapy & spirituality. Indigo Children. Groups offered. Mountain retreats also offered for mental, emotional and spiritual growth. CO PSY4315 8/23

Paul Langfield, LMFT, NBCCH

Cohesive SOULutions Counseling

Loveland, CO 80534

970 - 617-3640

paul@cohesivesolutions.com

CohesiveSOULutions.com

I’m here to help you.  As a Fellow of NBCCH, I have over ten years’ experience as a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and six years’ experience as a Level III Certified Addictions Counselor.  To keep current, I provide clinical supervision to student therapists in the CSU graduate program.   With years of experience helping clients with weight issues, I now provide pre-surgery psychological evaluations for Bariatric surgeons.

CO MFT262 8/23

Tami Boehle-Satterfield, LCSW, 

NBCCH

Boulder, CO 80302

410-382-0518

tbsatterfield@comcast.net

attentiontoliving.com

I use a solution and present oriented approach called Attention to Living.  My unique techniques and life coaching skills help clients identify, and conquer the patterns that keep them  stuck in old ways of self-expression. In my private practice, I offer individual counseling for adults and  adolescents, group work and corporate and continuing education programs. I specializes in addictions, performance and creativity, pain management,  phobias and anxiety, and grief issues. CO MSW9923896 8/23

Cheryl A. Alexander, LCSW, NBCCH

Denver, CO 

In-office and Teletherapy

ca.peaceweaver@gmail.com

Blending developmental, transpersonal, and energy psychology and shamanism, this modality is holistic and trauma-informed in nature. Emotional, mental, physical and spiritual forms of distress are interconnected and usually originate in trauma. In this sense, hypnotherapy is less pathologizing to healing than the traditional medical model.  We all carry trauma to varying degrees, which impacts how we move through the world, and perhaps most importantly, that we all have the power to access our free will to heal and recover. *This technique may not be effective for people on certain psychotropic medications, or those who are actively experiencing extreme anxiety. *

CO lic LCSW 09927815 8/23

MA lic LICSW 117235