Caroline Scheiber, PhD

PROVIDER

Caroline Scheiber

THERAPY SERVICES:

Do you or a loved one feel depressed and anxious for no apparent reason? Is it difficult to get out of bed in the mornings and get excited about things you used to love doing? Do you feel all alone and as though nobody understands your struggles? Or do you feel awkward in social situations and tend to overthink things and assume the worst? If any or all of these apply to you, you may be struggling with depression and anxiety.

As a Stanford trained psychologist, I treat children, adolescents and adults who struggle with depression, anxiety, and disordered eating habits. I will help you explore your inner world and create awareness by providing compassionate guidance. Through my ability to read between the lines, I can see you and help you better understand yourself. My approach to therapy is both insight-oriented and skill-based. As a researcher and clinician, I am able to apply the most up-to-date evidence-based treatments to help you find a way back to a fulfilling and satisfying life. We will work through subconscious barriers and challenges that may interfere with your joy in life, growth, and path to healing.

I also specialize in working with individuals and their family members who suffer from serious medical conditions. Let’s work together through the emotional struggles associated with the diagnosis of a physical illness. Emotional difficulties can appear at any stage in the treatment process and sometimes only surface once all treatments are completed. I will help you better cope with anxiety and worries associated with your medical condition and help you make sense of your condition productively to find your way back to a fulfilling life. I have extensive experience working with oncology patients and their family members. I also offer caregiver support. Furthermore, I help children and adolescents cope with the physical illness of a parent and I work with loss and grief following the passing of a parent, grandparent, sibling, child, friend or spouse.

LEGACY WORK (DIGNITY THERAPY):

Imagine for a moment you are nearing the end of your life. There is no way of knowing when this might be. You could be in the prime of life or in your twilight years. Nevertheless, try to imagine what would determine the quality of your life and your legacy. Would you want to leave a message to your children or grandchildren or perhaps you are a child and would like for your mother or grandfather to leave a narrative document about their life’s journey for you and your children. If any of this is true, Dignity Therapy might be right for you. Dignity therapy is a short 3 session therapy program which involves asking questions about your life’s history and work. We will put in words your ultimate legacy and what you want to pass on to your (grand)children. We will craft a memoir based on the meaning and purposes of your life. Your story will be made into a bound book which can be shared with loved ones. Dignity Therapy is designed for patients who are facing a life-threatening illness, seniors who would like to reflect over their lives and help them with challenges that may accompany the process of aging, and anybody else who enjoys giving thought to their life’s legacy, discuss values and lessons learned, and those who would like to leave a message for loved ones in a narrative document.

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES:

I also provide a variety of assessment services, including psychological/psychodiagnostic evaluations for legal proceedings, adoption evaluations, and neurocognitive assessments.

With 19 publications, I am an expert in psychometric methodology and theory. I conduct psychological evaluations for adults and adolescents to help inform treatment or for legal purposes, such as custody proceedings. I offer cognitive testing services before and after medical interventions, such as prior to bariatric surgery or post organ transplant or chemotherapy and I conduct specific learning disability assessments.

I pride myself in my ability to conduct thorough assessments of you as an individual, where I systematically examine the information gathered from an assessment and weave it into a comprehensive and complete picture of your competencies, struggles, and capabilities. Recommendations are based on all the assessment results and on discussions with peers, family, yourself and others who may be able to shed light on you as a complex, unique individual. This person-centered, thorough and caring approach to testing, coupled with my expertise in psychometric and measurement, helps me understand you in an objective and accurate manner with focus on your individual strengths. The results of the tests will help inform and develop a treatment plan to facilitate success in your life. Visit my website for more details: psychologycolorado.com

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Leah Kaplan, LPC

Leah Kaplan, LPC

PROVIDER

Leah Kaplan

Leah Kaplan, LPC, CLC

Specialty Treatment Areas: Individual therapy with Adolescents (12 years and older), Young Adults (college), Adults, Parent Coaching, in support of struggle with: Depression, Anxiety, Communication, Executive Function, ADHD, Life Transitions, Trauma, Stress Management, Time Management, Organization, Value Identification, Goal Setting, Life Coaching and overall adjustment issues.

Predominant Treatment Modalities: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Brief/Solution-Focused, Positive Psychology, Mentoring, Life Coaching.

Mind/Body Therapies: Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT/Tapping), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy), guided Imagery, mindfulness strategies.

Educational Background: I received my Bachelors Degree from University of Colorado in Psychology in 1994. I completed my Masters Counseling Psychology University of Colorado at Denver in 1997 and became licensed in 2000. During the years of my experience I have completed additional trainings in: Life Coaching, DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy), (EFT Tapping (Emotional Freedom Therapy), ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy), ADHD workshops, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy).

My Approach:

The counseling/coaching relationship provides a unique opportunity that allows you to focus on YOU… not on the outer world and all life’s chores, responsibilities, expectations and daily distractions. This is a safe place for introspection, analysis and evaluating personal progress. This sacred time is set aside for you to safely explore important areas of your life or current stressors. You can feel open to experience your emotions with gentleness, curiosity, and increasing self-awareness. As you more clearly identify your goals, values and hopes, you can set your intention on achieving your best self. This practice leads to living a more “value-driven life” rather than a life that is in response to daily stimuli and stressors. In this way you become more aligned with the truth of who we are.  Ultimately, it’s our relationship with ourselves that affects our relationships with others, and allows us to create a life that’s meaningful and fulfilling.

Present and past experiences have influenced your current emotions, thoughts and behaviors. As you begin to examine more mindfully the patterns of action (and inaction) you will begin to feel more empowered and confident to make shifts and gain a greater sense of control in your ability to move in a positive direction.

My therapeutic style is honest, direct, engaged, understanding, often challenging and highly collaborative. Genuine connection is of utmost importance to me. I will be an attentive listener while also looking for behavior patterns or thinking loops that may be holding you back. Often these “conditioned patterns” block growth.

Sometimes our barriers to happiness stem from feelings and deeply ingrained beliefs that are not necessarily true.  I like to help examine what “story” we may be telling ourselves or repeating over and over, with a new set of characters.

There is no single path towards expansion, change and healing. With that being said, I adjust my style and interventions to what works best for client’s individual needs.

THE BASIC BELIEF OF COACHING is that I believe you inherently know what’s best sometimes it has just been clouded over.  My role is to be a “thinking partner” and help you to find those answers within.  We all have an inner wisdom and the sense to know when we are living as our highest and best self. You’ll learn practices to relax and slow down and reconnect with yourself so you can begin to hear what your mind and head is telling you. This change may be uncomfortable at times. Often it happens in small steps or in one area of focus at a time, yet the process is surprisingly simple. I look forward to connecting with you as we work together to facilitate your unique journey.

Leah is a certified facilitator of True Colors Personality Assessment. This is an easy to understand and easy to apply inventory based on Myers Briggs. This process will help an individual gain a sense of his/her primary personality type and how he/she may approach communication, time management, projects, problem solving and conflict.  This insightful process will increase team productivity and satisfaction. Leah will assess each individual with an easy on-line link, then produce individual and team results. These valuable reports are personalized for each team member and bring greater awareness to the values and mindsets that drive behaviors.  Leah will also facilitate an interactive group seminar which interprets the information while also facilitating group exercises that lead to greater insights and team cohesiveness. In addition: facilitated team conversations and 1:1 coaching is also available post seminar.

Read more here: Leah’s True Colors Flyer

 

 

For more information about me and my practice, please visit my website: www.LeahKaplan.com

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Dan Fox, LPC

Dan Fox, LPC

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Dan Fox

Dan Fox, LPC

Dan has spent the past 15 years helping adolescents (and their families) with the work of growing into healthy, happy adults. His diverse background includes teaching high school, running a summer camp, school counseling, and directing September High School.

As a Licensed Professional Counselor, Dan has brought these experiences into his clinical work. He is committed to the idea that there is hope for your teen and relief for your family.

Dan uses a variety of approaches to help teens and families get more functional and feel more successful. Some clients do better when the work is done out of the office. Some benefit from Dan’s short-term, cognitive-behavioral interventions. For other clients, Dan approaches ongoing therapy from a Humanistic and Gestalt view.

Dan provides talks and workshops for schools, summer camps, and other organizations seeking to understand adolescents and help them grow up. He also provides consultation and coaching by phone for parents around the country.

Specialty Treatment Areas: Adolescent Development; Family Systems; School/ Career Issues; Depression, Anxiety, and Bipolar Disorders; ADHD; Substance Issues, Anger Management and ODD.

Client Populations: Adolescents, young adults, couples, and families.

Please call 303-579-6861 or email Dan, if you have questions or would like to set up an initial appointment.

 

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