Kristina Radnoti, MA, LPC

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Kristina Radnoti

Kristina Radnoti, MA, LPC

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor working in Boulder, Colorado. I have over 7 years of experience in the mental health field. These experiences include: providing neurofeedback for individuals with addiction, PTSD, and ADD/ADHD at a substance abuse rehabilitation center, mentoring young adults in a day treatment program, working with adults in a home-based recovery program, teaching emotional regulation skills groups for teens and adults, and seeing individuals in private practice. 

I have a warm, gentle and intuitive approach. My work is founded on the belief that each human being has the inherent qualities that fully serve them in healing trauma, emotional dysregulation, and conflict. My work is also informed by modern neuroscience research, which shows that psychological change happens in relationship through present moment connection and awareness. I believe that therapy offers a unique opportunity to experience this type of connection in a way that provides lasting change. I start by building a safe, welcoming and trusting relationship with my clients. I utilize my training in a variety of modalities including: mindfulness, attachment theory, interpersonal neurobiology, EMDR and DBT to tailor an approach to meet each client’s unique needs. I am passionate about helping adolescents, young adults and adults develop new awareness, skills, and confidence to lead a life worth living. 

Educational Background: I received a Bachelors of Arts in Transpersonal Psychology from Naropa University in 2008. In 2016, I completed a Masters of Arts in Contemplative Psychotherapy at Naropa University. I have advanced training in EMDR Therapy (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy), and Authentic Relating communication. 

Specialty Treatment Areas: Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, Self-harm, Mood Disorders, School Issues, Grief and Loss, OCD, Panic Disorder, Sexual Abuse/Assault, Social Isolation, Spiritual Emergency, Stress Management, Transitional Issues, Mentoring

My Practice:

Individuals

Teens: Navigating the teen years is a complex and difficult road. Oftentimes, this period is characterized by challenging moods and behaviors. Some teens experience more extreme forms of dysregulation that include: impulsive behavior, self-harm, panic and phobias, OCD, and suicidal ideation/attempts. While it is commonly known that the majority of brain development occurs in early childhood, studies show that the most advanced parts of the brain don’t complete their development until adolescence is over. The teenager’s brain is undergoing massive amounts of change, growth, and re-organization of patterns that will influence the rest of their lives. I offer individual psychotherapy for teenagers, which provides a safe space to experience support as they navigate their worlds. Having an external space where your teen can express their emotions and thoughts outside of friends and parents can be a crucial part of their growth, safety, and development. 

Trauma: I specialize in working with individuals who have experienced trauma using EMDR therapy. EMDR is a psychotherapy that enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences. Repeated studies show that by using EMDR therapy people can experience the benefits of psychotherapy that once took years to make a difference. The net effect is that clients conclude EMDR therapy feeling empowered by the very experiences that once debased them. Clients find that their wounds have not just closed, they have transformed. 

Transition: We often seek therapy when we’re ready for change and part of our life has become unbalanced. A feeling of discontent, depression, or anxiety may have lasted a lifetime, or may have been initiated by a transitional change, such as loss of a relationship or career, or a yearning to grow beyond where we have been stuck. Working through transition involves many different emotions such as grief, anger, denial, confusion. The crux of what I do is help you integrate the various parts that make up your whole being; your emotional, mental, physical and spiritual selves. I use a variety of methods to help facilitate this process, validated by latest neuroscience research. By beginning to integrate the various aspects of your being, you will begin to trust your natural capacity to thrive.

Kimberly Bryant, LPC

Kimberly Bryant, LPC

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Kimberly Bryant

Kimberly Bryant, LPC

Greetings! My life’s mission is to be of benefit to the well-being and lifetime success of individuals, families, and communities through skillful attendance, education, empathy, and love.

I am a Therapeutic Educational Consultant, Family Counselor, and Therapeutic Parent and Family Coach specializing in healing from relationship difficulties and traumatic events. I work alongside my clients and families to assist the courage, vulnerability, and patience necessary for efficacy of treatment goals over time.

With deep regard for the outcomes of skilled therapy and in each of our potential for profound change, guiding individuals and families to transform and grow towards greater health and connection is my primary goal.

All of the Home Based, Wilderness Therapy, Residential Therapy, Therapeutic Boarding Schools, Transition Programs, Transportation Services, and Outpatient Referrals I work with are carefully evaluated and screened for clinical expertise and professional integrity.

I maintain ongoing development in the following areas:

  • Knowledge of Local and National Private Mental Health Industry Professionals, Programs, and Practices
  • Family Therapy Models & Applications~ Attachment Focused Family Therapy, Reunification and Preservation
  • Prenatal, Child & Adolescent Development
  • Emerging Adulthood Issues and Coaching Methods
  • Neuropsychological/Neurobiological Applications in Attachment Therapy
  • Trauma Focused & Trauma Sensitive Models and Practices for Treating Complex Stress Disorders~ Research, Theories, and Applications, Intergenerational Treatment of Trauma and Attachment Disorders
  • Integrative, Intrapsychic Parts Work~ Gestalt, Internal Family Systems, and Internal Constellations
  • Neurological Reprocessing Therapies~ Regulatory Modalities, Bilateral Stimulation, Brainspotting, Mindfulness Practices

I have experience working with youth and families to heal around various topics, including:

Relational Trauma, Incest & Sexual Abuse, Physical Abuse, Emotional/Verbal and Domestic Abuse, Neglect, Acute and Developmental PTSD, Adoption, Emotional Regulation Dis-orders, Attachment Dis-orders, Self-Esteem, Identity Development, LGBTQ Issues, Communication Skill Building, Social/Emotional/Character Development, Body Image and Dysmorphic Dis-orders, Sexual Reactivity, Mood Dis-orders, Anxiety & Depression, Self-Harm, Dissociation, Substance Abuse, Process Addictions, Emerging Personality Disorders, Autism Spectrum Dis-orders, Transitioning to Independent Living, Learning Disabilities and Educational Alternatives,  Adult Attachment, Co-Parenting, Intergenerational issues, Multi-Cultural issues, Psychopharmacology, and many, many more…

May You Always Find the Support You Seek.

Many Blessings, Kimberly

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Jen Sutton, LPC, LAC

Jen Sutton, LPC, LAC

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Jen Sutton

Jen Sutton, LPC, LAC

Using a holistic and eclectic approach to therapy, Jen enjoys helping people identify and align with their own inate potential to bring about transformation and empowerment in their lives. Through her own personal experiences and work as a therapist, she believes that challenges in life are opportunities to cultivate self-awareness, meaning, and purpose that can inspire motivation, movement, and change in their lives. Ultimately, Jen believes that inherent within us all, is the strength and desire to reconnect to our authentic self and actualize our true potential to achieve our goals.

Jen has extensive training and practice in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Positive Psychology, and trauma informed care, including Seeking Safety. She focuses on developing healthy coping skills and new ways to manage stress and engage in relationships. She has a natural family systems approach and believes that through understanding one’s family of origin, a better understanding of oneself can be used in the process of personal growth and developing insight into individual belief systems and behavior.

Specialty Treatment Areas: Substance Abuse & Dependency, Internet Addiction, Mood Disorders, Anger, Trauma, Stress Management, Major or Chronic Illness, Women’s Issues, Grief and Loss, & Parenting Issues.

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Harmony Barrett Isaacs, LPC

Harmony Barrett Isaacs, LPC

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Harmony Barrett Isaacs

Harmony Barrett Isaacs, LPC

Specialty Treatment Areas: Transitional and adjustment issues, drug and alcohol abuse, mood disorders, anxiety, depression, school issues, grief and loss issues, oppositional defiance, trauma, family issues, parent coaching, early motherhood

I have been working with children, adolescents, and young adults since 2000 in a number of non-profit and private organizations. Early on, I helped organize the teen advisory board for pregnancy prevention and adolescent self esteem programs in Portland, Oregon. Since returning to Boulder, I worked as a residential counselor at Attention Homes, completed my graduate internship working with children, adolescents, and families at the Mental Health Center of Boulder County, worked as a primary case worker AIM House, a private residential transitional program for young women, and taught emotional and general health classes at Watershed School and Catalyst High School.  I now draw from each of these unique experiences when working with my clients in private practice.

My work with teenagers and young adults includes drug and alcohol abuse and addiction, social anxiety and shyness, general anxiety and panic attacks, depression, grief and loss issues, trauma, school issues, and complex family issues. While all of these can be horrific for the individual and families involved, the underlying resiliency present in each of these young people and families is the foundation that we build from in the healing process. The core value and the innate goodness of each person can be nurtured and strengthened to work through the most difficult of situations.

Why I enjoy working with adolescents and young adults (including college students):

Adolescence and young adulthood are such amazing, magical, wondrous, and tumultuous times of life. There is such ripe ground for exploration and discovery, yet many young people get stuck in the mud along the journey. It has been a great joy and education for me to work with teenagers and young adults in a variety of settings, and it was these experiences that set me off on my own journey into psychology. Through these experiences, I have become keenly aware of the power of HOPE for change that is present and crucial when working with young people. When coupled with deep listening, a lot of humor, and witnessing the unique person experiencing their world for the first time, the process of therapy can be a profoundly rewarding experience for both client and therapist.

Working with parents:

I offer support for parents who are navigating difficult terrain with their adolescents and young adults, including divorce, transition from middle school to high school, and transition from high school to college and adulthood. While these times can be very difficult for the children, who may also need therapeutic support, it is imperative that parents acknowledge their own difficulties, patterns, and feelings present in the conflict. When parents are able to work through their own issues, it provides a healthy model for their children to do the same. Parents’ ability to take care of themselves through conflicts is emphasized.

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