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An integrative mental and medical approach for those who are looking to improve overall health




We are taking covid-19 seriously and are following CDC and CDPHE recommendations for safe practices for you. We are disinfecting all surfaces of the clinic regularly and can disinfect directly prior to your arrival upon request. For your safety we are also offering phone and video sessions for you to stay at home. If you are experiencing symptoms please stay home and call 970-761-2249 to request a phone or video appointment.
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Our Mission Statement
To provide a comprehensive whole body/mind approach to wellness that incorporates a multidisciplinary team working in collaboration in one facility that fosters resilience, optimism, wisdom, social engagement, mindfulness, and brain science education, to help clients grow and flourish.



Minds in Motion

WHO WE ARE

Our team consists of a Functional Medicine Physician (MD), a Naturopathic Doctor (ND), Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, Counselors and coaches with a broad variety of skill sets to treat the whole person who struggles with any health challenge.
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Traditional Medication vs. Non-Traditional Medications

Whether or not you choose to use a more traditional form of medication or look to find an alternative form or “non-traditional” form of medication to help treat your mental health dysregulation, results have been found in both and even a combination of. Traditional medications for mental health disorders can be classified into categories such as anti-depressants, anti-anxiolytics, anti-psychotics, mood stabilizers, and stimulants. Many come with unwanted side effects but if started at a low enough dose and titration is moved slow enough to the therapeutic dose, you can usually mitigate these side effects. Non-traditional forms of medications can include but are not limited to supplements such as magnesium, Rhodiola, Omega 3’s high in EPA and DHA, and GABA Trex. There are also safe medications that can be used outside of their designated purpose that can be used to help with anxiety, depression, and insomnia. These medications can be used on a as needed basis and are non-habit forming. There is a lot of research being conducted on other forms of non-traditional medications that can be helpful in finding mental health wellness. Some of these are Low Dose Naltrexone, Oxytocin, and even Psilocybin microdosing. As a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, I believe exploring all avenues of medications and therapies prior to committing to one form or the other is crucial in your success to finding optimal well-being. I would be more than happy to help in this journey of optimal wellness and guide you in the direction you so desire.

Rudy Spector
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
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Meditation Challenge

Interested in starting or enhancing your meditation practice? this 30 day challenge includes daily emails, videos and tips on how to start or deepen a daily meditating routine. It includes neuroscience, tips, ways to make it easier and concepts to contemplate to help you mindfully live with more contentment, peace and joy. click on the video for a short introduction to meditation and a taste of the challenge.

A generous donation has allowed us to offer the $20.00 Structured Online Meditation Program at no cost.

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A book by our founder Angela Melzer LCSW OT

Mindfulness in Recovery: A Workbook

A mindful and somatic approach to recovery from substances. This book uses mindfulness tools, neuroscience and meditation to help individuals get sober and stay sober through working with and alongside their brain. It includes multiple meditations and ways to make meditation and mindfulness more approachable. This workbook is used at the Foundry Treatment Center and can be used for individuals in the outpatient program with equal effectiveness.

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LATEST NEWS

Read our latest news from the company. Feel free to ask questions in comments for any news you find interesting.

October 13, 2020by admin

Ozone for medical use has been around for many years. One specific technique is Prolozone. Prolozone is a wonderful modality to try to heal areas that hurt whether acute or chronic. It was developed by Dr. Frank Schallenberger starting in 1983 after learning about medical use of ozone in Germany. Since that time, the components […]

March 2, 2020by admin

As counselors, we all want to be able to live our lives the way we help others to live. Being a walking example of a mindful, open and vulnerable human being can somtimes be tough, but if we ask our clients to do it, so too should we.  At Minds in Motion, we feel it […]


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