Ann M. Gregory, PhD, LCMHCA(NC), NCC, CCTP

I have a telehealth practice and use mostly BSP but also integrate BSP with other modalities like CBT, IFS, and Gestalt techniques. I specialize in trauma and anxiety, including anxiety around performance; although I enjoy working with a multitude of people and know everyone has a different story and we never know what may surface in our work.

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Aelrid Turner

I work with both couples and individuals using a trauma informed approach. I incorporate Brainspotting, Internal Family Systems, Attachment theory and Compassion Focused Therapy into the work we may do together.

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Laura Pryor, LIMHP, LPC

I am passionate about helping you find more joy and peace in your daily living. I offer supportive, collaborative care in an environment based on mutual respect—I find over and over that by using a variety of powerful tools in this setting, my clients are able to explore personal goals, improve relationships and better understand themselves.

The most important factor in selecting a therapist is finding someone you feel comfortable with and can learn to trust. I have many years of experience working with individuals, couples and families and my number one priority is always establishing this connection. Without it, it is impossible to do the ‘work’ that therapy entails.

Whether you are struggling with trauma, depression, addiction or even something you have a hard time defining with words, please see my services to learn how I can help or simply contact me.

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I have been in private practice for over twenty years in the Boulder area and I truly love the work I do. I have a holistic and integrative approach to help my clients develop mental and emotional health and wellbeing. I combine my background in hypnotherapy with mindfulness, CBT, EMDR and more recently working with the subconscious mind and nervous system through Brainspotting. Brainspotting has been such a powerful tool to be able to include in my work as it also provides a door way into the deeper parts of the mind that we can’t access on a conscious level. I also have training in IFS (Internal Family Systems) therapy to help support my clients coping with PTSD and complex trauma. This approach also blends well with hypnotherapy because we are working with the subconscious mind and sub parts or sub personalities. We all have different parts of ourselves that get activated depending on the situation or environment or people we are with. These parts of ourselves develop early on in life as coping strategies. Often they are unconscious ways to maintain attachment and connection with our care givers and to protect us from feeling or being hurt, rejected, criticized, or abandoned in some way. At one time they were adaptive strategies but over time can become maladaptive. So the modalities and tools I use help my clients become more  regulated, self aware, flexible and so they have the power of conscious choice in the moment rather then responding or reacting unconsciously and defensively.

CBT is also interwoven into my sessions very organically as I help my clients become more and more conscious of their negative, self defeating and/or fear inducing self talk and develop an inner dialogue that is more positive and optimistic or at least neutral. This is key in learning to how to emotionally regulate and stop spiraling down into anxious and depressed states of being. Along with Mindfulness techniques and other tools I use to reduce anxiety and stress, I help my clients develop more presence, deeper connection with their body so they are more grounded, and stable and can live more joyfully.

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Acharya (Rev) Christie Bates LPC

Christie is an ordained Buddhist lay teacher, a licensed professional counselor for Tennessee and Mississippi, and a seasoned Brainspotting practitioner since 2013. Currently a Board Member for the Southeast Brainspotting Institute, she is also founder/facilitator of the Body Justice Brainspotting peer practice group, dedicated to weight inclusive care. Our trauma work includes helping our clients heal the trauma perpetuated by diet culture. Currently Telehealth only.

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Nanci Dierauer, LPC

Pinecrest Counseling, LLC

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who works in a private practice in Hartland, Wisconsin. I love the Midwest, but I really love the Rockies. I use a variety of therapy interventions, and particularly enjoy using Brainspotting for the unique opportunities it has to bring holistic healing to the mind, body, soul, and spirit.

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Ilene Frommer, LMFT,

Therapy can be instrumental in recovery from challenges of mind and heart including depression, anxiety, fear, mood swings, stress, low self esteem, grief, and life transitions. Using an eclectic collaborative approach including Brainspotting clients can heal from many different traumatic experiences. When we understand ourselves better and are true to ourselves, real strength is found creating healthier relationships and helping us move forward. We can do this together! Licensed in California since 1981.

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Michele Quintin, Trauma Therapist

Offering in person (Austin) and video therapy throughout Texas for adult individual clients. I specialize in helping people do deep trauma work and am trained in Somatic Experiencing as well as Brainspotting. All are welcome, and I have a special affinity for working with clients who identify as LGBTQ+, kinky and/or polyamorous. I love collaborating with clients to help you heal and embrace your life fully. Contact me today for your free phone consultation!

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