Whether you are feeling overwhelmed, struggling with anxiety, depression, mood fluctuations, or needing guidance through spiritual transformation, Next Breath Counseling services in Glenwood Springs can help.
I offer warmth and compassion with evidence-based skills to help guide you to your greatest you. I specialize in working with adults, teens, and men and offer Online Skype sessions for your convenience. Get Started today.
When it comes to the needs of individual clients, I fully embrace Carl Jung’s famous words: “The shoe that fits one
The foundation of my practice stems from working with the mind (thoughts and awareness) and the body (using the body to regulate emotional states).
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) explores one’s thoughts, relationship to thoughts, and the interconnection between thoughts, feelings
Mindfulness infuses CBT with curiosity, non-judgment, and acceptance of the present moment. Rather than resist or avoid what is (as is often done when struggling with anxiety, depression, and addiction), mindfulness practices
This integrated, mind-body-spirit approach builds skills, the capacity to ride the waves of emotional states and life challenges with confidence, and a deeper connection to yourself, reality and truth.
55-minute session: $150 (includes online video sessions)
- 4 session Pkg: $550 (save $50, paid upfront/no expiration or refund)
- 8 session Pkg: $1000 (save $200, paid upfront/no expiration or refund)
Sliding Scale: If you cannot afford services, please contact us to see if you qualify for and if any of our sliding scale slots are open.
For your convenience, Next Breath Counseling allows you to pay via cash/cash in person, or use a credit card when you schedule your appointment online.
- At this time, Next Breath Counseling does not take any commercial insurance other than Valley VIew Hospital’s EAP. We are working on getting approved for Anthem, however, it’s a process. We recommend that you call your insurance company to see what they cover regarding counseling services. Some offer reimbursements while others only work with providers in their network. We also recommend checking with your employer to see if they have an EAP (employee assistance program) that funds counseling services.
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.” ~ Anaïs Nin