- Stress reduction skills for everyday life
- Developmental, medical, complex or single traumas
- Emotional changes due to head trauma (i.e. stroke, concussions, head injury, brain lesions), illness, pre and post-surgery or surgical complications, chronic pain
- Depression, anxiety
- Addiction/recovery/relapse prevention
- Medication management/medication tapering or medication alternatives
Therapy is facilitated by a licensed professional with a master’s degree level of education or higher and is registered with the state of Colorado. Our counselors have a vast and diverse skill set to meet your individual needs.
Nurse Practitioner – Medication and Supplement Management
Lisa’s initial interview with a new client, whether for medication management or alternative treatments, encompasses a discussion of your history, physiology, and lifestyle. She believe in a comprehensive approach to working with you and, with your permission, will collaborate with your family practice physicians, the school counselor, or other healthcare providers to enhance communication and positive outcomes for you. Lisa sometimes use laboratory testing or other diagnostic techniques to determine the source of the symptoms you may be having. Together, you and Lisa will formulate a plan to improve your mental health which may include therapeutic lifestyle changes, supplements, and prescriptive medications. If it is your goal to taper off your medications, Lisa will also work with you on tapering off psychiatric medications, and use alternative approaches to support mental well being.
The Functional Medicine model is an individualized, patient-centered, science-based approach that empowers patients and practitioners to work together to address the underlying causes of disease and promote optimal wellness. It requires a detailed understanding of each patient’s genetic, biochemical, and lifestyle factors and leverages that data to direct personalized treatment plans that lead to improved patient outcomes.
Information coming soon.
Information coming soon.
Non Practitioner Support
Mindfulness in recovery 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. Mindfulness in Recovery has 6 categories, working on a mindfulness concept each day of the week with Sundays off. The categories are built to breakdown theimportant components of mindfulness while keeping the reader structured and engaged.
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