Angelo Ciliberti, PsyD, LPC, LAC, CGP

Angelo Ciliberti, PsyD, LPC, LAC, CGP

Angelo Ciliberti

PsyD, LPC, LAC, CGP

How I Work: Have you ever had the experience of talking with a helping professional but feeling like nothing is really happening? Have you found yourself in the same painful and infuriating loops over and over again in your relationships and work, patterns that threaten to erode self-confidence and the feeling that life can improve?

What advances in neuroscience demonstrate empirically is that we need immediate and visceral experiences of connection in the here-and-now to alter our brains and nervous system. This understanding is at the cornerstone of my stylistic approach. Working with me, you will find a therapist with over ten years of experience dedicated to listening deeply & non-judgmentally as well as challenging unconscious patterns that limit your growth and access to new experiences. You will leave sessions feeling more emotionally validated, psychologically organized, and ready to take actionable steps to move your life forward.

Specialty Treatment Areas:  Throughout my career I have had the opportunity to work with a highly diverse group of people across a number of stages of life. These challenges have included:

  • Perfectionism
  • Eating Disorders
  • Substance Abuse & Addiction
  • Trauma/ Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Anxiety/ Panic Attacks
  • Depression
  • Sex & Love Addiction/Codependency
  • ADD/ ADHD
  • Self-Harm
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Rage Attacks
  • Impulse Control
  • Adolescent Challenges
  • Transitioning Young Adult Challenges
  • Executive Functioning Issues
  • Parenting Conflicts
  • Emotional Regulation Issues
  • Family Discord

Individuals Psychotherapy: One-to-one counseling can serve as an incredibly powerful launching pad for personal growth and life change. With an extensive training background that includes both behavioral interventions and psychodynamic approaches, I will partner with you to determine the individualized approach that will most deeply and comprehensively address the changes you are wanting for your life and well-being.

Family Work: How frequently do we find that the people we are closet to are often the hardest to reach or get us at our worst? Taking a deeply systemic and attachment oriented approach, I work with the family as a whole to understand the underlying blocks to emotional communication as well as to empower each member to express and ask for what they need. For over ten years, I have made a focal point of my practice helping families find ways to say the unsayable and work through issues surrounding trauma, substance abuse, divorce, and secrecy.

Groups: Do you ever find yourself gravitating to the same roles in your relationships with friends and colleagues? Do you long for genuine feedback about how others experience you and to identify ways you can be more effective in relationship? Group psychotherapy is singular in its ability to powerfully address and repair deep, unconscious patterns of relating. Using a here-and-now approach, I work as a group leader to create a culture where thoughts and feelings can be put into words and shared in a constructive way leading to interpersonal growth. It is understandably that many people find group psychotherapy intimidating. I will be happy to meet with you to determine if this could be a helpful next step in your personal evolution. Once within a group, you will be invited to take risks, experiment with new ways of being and communicating, and to anchor these changes in the lived experience of relating in the here-and-now.
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Charley Rosicky, LCSW

Charley Rosicky, LCSW

Charley Rosicky, LCSW

I am a psychotherapist in Louisville, Colorado. I provide both in-person and virtual therapy for seniors, adults and young adults. I can assist with a variety of issues including divorce, past traumas, climate crisis related issues, and spiritual losses. I specialize in therapy for grief and loss. If you are coping with illness, caregiving, or grieving, I offer warmth, knowledge and tools that bring relief in the midst of change. It is normal that any one of these life changes can exacerbate anxiety, depression, sleep disturbance and relationship discord, among other difficulties. You can expect that I will provide full acceptance of where you are, and focus on your goals. I offer a rich array of therapeutic tools to meet those goals and support your unique process of adapting to life’s transitions.

 I am grateful for the opportunity for over twenty years to have served in the non-profit sector as a hospice social worker and grief therapist in Boulder County, CO. The natural environment has been an important partner in my own healing. My therapy practice is called Song Sparrow Counseling because I love birds and because the Song Sparrow sings such a distinctive song. The journey to health and vitality is like clarifying your own beautiful song. In working through my own losses, I gained a deep respect for the uniqueness of every grief experience. I believe that people can learn to have compassion for each struggling part of themselves, and thereby liberate struggles into wellbeing. I have seen how mindfulness can be a key ingredient in that healing. Sometimes it happens quite quickly with the right support.

 I live with my spouse in Lafayette, CO. When I am not providing therapy, I enjoy volunteering at her school Ziji Early Elementary, spending time with friends and family, home remodeling, playing soccer, and being with song sparrows and other creatures in the outdoors.

 Primary therapeutic methods: Companioning Grief Therapy, Medical Social Work Expertise, Internal Family Systems Therapy, Mindfulness, Brainspotting, and Solution Focused Therapy.

 

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    Colleen Conroy, MA, LPC

    Colleen Conroy, MA, LPC

    Colleen Conroy, MA, LPC based in Boulder, CO

    Colleen Conroy, MA, LPC

    How I Work:

    Focusing on the individual and their unique capability toward healing is the guiding approach I take in therapy. I work with great curiosity to explore the distractions and negative cycles that may be keeping you stuck. The struggle for clarity is a difficult one to navigate in isolation; together we can look at patterns and behaviors that no longer service you and gently work toward a new, more expansive pathway. The therapeutic process is one of finding balance between the emotional and rational, the mind, body and spirit then bringing that forward into our lives. Bringing meaning and integration to mind, body and spirit is the philosophy I hold in the practice of therapy.

     

    Specialty Treatment Areas:

    •     Substance Abuse & Addiction
    •     Trauma Work
    •     Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
    •     Anxiety/ Panic Attacks
    •     Depression
    •     Somatic/Sensorimotor Psychotherapy
    •     ADD/ ADHD
    •     Self-Harm
    •     Suicidal Ideation
    •     Anger Management
    •     Impulse Control
    •     Adolescent Challenges
    •     Transitioning Young Adult Challenges
    •     Executive Functioning Issues
    •     Jungian Analysis
    •     Emotional Regulation Issues
    •     Family Work

     

    Individual Holistic Psychotherapy:

    It seems to me that in order for real change and healing to occur, the mind, body, spirit and brain must all be incorporated into the therapeutic process. Each of our stories is unique and there is no “one-size-fits-all” treatment.

                Together we can work on:

    • Identifying triggers that put you into a survival state (fight/flight/freeze/collapse), which can contribute to self-defeating patterns.
    • Exploring your relationship to your family of origin.
    • Learning your attachment style and revitalizing your relationships.
    • Developing compassion for all parts of yourself.
    • Creating resources to help calm your nervous system.
    • Loosening the grip of chronic self-judgment.
    • Healing addictive and reactive patterns.
    • Building mindfulness techniques to help you feel more grounded and present.

    Family Work:

    Families can benefit from therapy when they experience any stressful  event that may strain family relationships, such as financial hardship, divorce,  or the death of a loved one. In addition, it can be effective in  treating mental health concerns that impact the family as a whole, such  as depression, substance abuse, chronic illness, and food issues, or everyday concerns, like communication problems, interpersonal conflict, or behavioral problems in children and adolescents.

    I work with families in an Emotionally-Focused framework, based on the work of Sue Johnson. This approach works from an attachment-based lens to help understand problematic cycles that trigger and maintain issues in the family. It then works to build interactions that that establish safer connection and a calmer, more regulated atmosphere among individuals and in the family system.

                Together we can work on:

    • Building skills for more emotional regulation and a better sense of feeling grounded.
    • Dismantling reactive negative cycles by establishing a more secure base of attachment.
    • Studying the blocks that arise in connection and support.
    • Creating an alliance through effective communication, emotional safety and bonding.

     

    Trauma Informed Therapy/ Sensorimotor Psychotherapy:

    Dr. Gabor Mate defines trauma as, “a psychic wound that hardens you psychologically that then interferes with your ability to grow and develop. It pains you and then you act out of the pain. It induces fear and then you are acting out of that fear. Trauma is not what happens to you, it’s what happens inside of you as a result of what happened to you.”

    Sensorimotor Psychotherapy (SP) is a complete therapeutic modality  for trauma and attachment issues. SP welcomes the body as an integral  source of information which can guide resourcing and the accessing and  processing of challenging, traumatic, and developmental experience. SP  is a holistic approach that includes somatic, emotional, and cognitive  processing and integration.

    SP enables clients to discover and change habitual physical and  psychological patterns that impede optimal functioning and well-being.  SP is helpful in working with dysregulated activation and other effects  of trauma, as well as the limiting belief systems of developmental  issues.

    SP helps clients cultivate their strengths, while providing enough  challenge to stimulate growth, long lasting change, and well-being.

                Together we can work on:

    • Validating your past hurts and traumas
    • Working though internalized feelings of shame and confusion
    • Identifying and understanding the everyday triggers that put you into a state of fight/flight/freeze/collapse.
    • Healing addictive and reactive patterns
    • Understanding how to process and release traumatic memories and emotions held in the body
    • Creating resources to calm the nervous system and help deal with trauma-related symptoms
    • Alleviating the suffering from emotions like fear, shame and anger

    About Me:

    Since graduating from Pacifica Graduate Institute in 2015, I have been cultivating my therapeutic practices in and out of agencies. I have worked in a transitional program for young adults, AIM House, going on 6 years. The program is structured to help guide young people on garnering enough ego strength to forge a path of independence, while also staying connected and building community. I also worked with their families in assisting with the individuation process through parent coaching and extensive family systems work through an attachment-focused lens. I have been in private practice for going on 7 years. My practice encompasses work with individuals, couples and families and has included a variety of age ranges. In meeting with such an array of unique individuals and tailoring to what they need along the way, I have deepened greatly into various aspects of psychology.
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    Dan Fox, LPC

    Dan Fox, LPC

    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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    Harmony Barrett Isaacs, LPC

    Harmony Barrett Isaacs, LPC

    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.

    Taking care of yourself starts when you kids are babies!

    Download Harmony’s handout on “Caring for Yourself as You Care for Your Baby”
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