What is Psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy is designed to help create a new way of relating to ourselves, others, and the world around us. It helps us understand how we perceive ourselves and the world and that understanding allows us to come to a new relationship with our perceptions, thoughts, and behaviors. While traditionally psychotherapy has been a form of talk therapy, it has grown to encompass many different modalities utilizing various methods to not only talk about our feelings but to experience them in a new light. Integrating mindfulness into therapy naturally opens a space for us to have a compassionate and healthy relationship with all aspects of ourselves.
I am interested in helping you develop a new experiential understanding of yourself and with this new knowledge create a new way to interact with the world resulting in a peaceful mind and more authentic and intimate relationships.
Main focus of working with clients suffering from anger management, anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders.
Ranging from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Depth Psychology, Gestalt, Humanistic, as well as Mindfulness-Based Techniques.
Registered psychotherapist of the state of Colorado, studied at Portland State and Naropa, and passionate educator in Eastern/Western eclectic modalities.
With over 15 years in the industry, Steve utilizes a blend of Eastern and Western modalities to help clients with a personalized and spiritual approach to living healthier, mindful lives. Steve's approach is a holistic style of therapy that encompasses mindfulness-based awareness and process-based modality; seeking out new understanding of the deeper levels of our being.
What people are saying..
"I’ve been working with Steve for over 5 years. His work has reconnected me with emotions that I never felt comfortable expressing out loud. His ability to offer compassion, no matter what I am feeling, has helped me resolve conflict in many of my relationships. I consider him an invaluable resource of applicable knowledge in my life.