“Regardless of our past or patterns, we always have the next breath to choose something different, and cultivate a life that aligns with our heart, vision and goals.”
Welcome. At Next Breath Counseling, all parts of you are welcomed and accepted. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship or addiction, you have come to the right place. Next Breath Counseling offers Glenwood Springs and the entire Roaring Fork Valley a wide range of effective, compassionate, and life-changing counseling services to help you regain safety, power, connection, and inner truth.
Counseling, Family Therapy, and Addiction Recovery
When life becomes overwhelming, turn to Next Breath Counseling. The foundation of his practice stems from working with the mind and the body through a combination of mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
This integrated mind-body-spirit approach not only builds skills, but it also helps you to develop your ability to confidently handle various emotional states and life challenges and establish a deeper connection to yourself, reality, and truth.
For families and couples in need of therapy or counseling, Jake’s experiential therapy focuses on healing, attachment, and the ability to communicate with compassion and authenticity. You will learn how your own conditioning and patterns affect your ability to connect with others and how to cultivate your own inner sense of safety.
Those seeking recovery counseling in Glenwood Springs and beyond will benefit from Jake’s clinical and experiential perspective on recovery. Through a compassionate exploration of your past, patterns, triggers, and beliefs, you will be able to clearly understand the nature of your struggle with addiction. New skills, like Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention, will help you on your journey to create a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle.
Take the time today to make a happier and healthier life for you tomorrow!
We Are Mere Reflections of Our Beliefs
NOTE: This article is part 1 of a 2-part article exploring our relationship to the world around us and Melanie Klein's object-relations theory. As humans, we all tend to relate to one another differently. The way a mother relates to her child is...