To provide a safe space for individuals, couples, and families to walk out of pain and into hope through personalized counseling and premier wellness services.
I am so honored to walk with individuals on their journey to find hope and wholeness. Life can be a complicated and devastating journey. Individuals who continue to walk through life bravely while carrying pain and confusion can find peace from the chaos. I specialize in counseling services to help broken hearts heals.
Helping mend shattered hearts is my specialty. My desire to help people comes from a place of personal understanding and experience. I spent many hours as a client in the counseling room and I know the vulnerability required to show up and consider telling the truth; maybe for the first time. It takes vulnerability, and often we feel that our vulnerability is what got us into the situation in the first place. Perhaps we’ve vowed never to be vulnerable again.
The importance of a safe, protected environment where you can open in your time is essential to the healing process. As your goals and desires may change over time, we approach them with gentleness and compassion in our counseling services. With great care, and a vision for a future where you are free to be the person you were born to be, we discover and recover your truest self.
I am a registered psychotherapist in Colorado and bring extensive education, training, and experience in group therapy and individual therapy specific to PTSD, complex trauma, sexual abuse and aversion, relationship difficulties, anxiety and depression, and childhood abuse.
My hope is that you find a compassionate, understanding setting for your heart to be heard and understood through our counseling services. Change is possible. You deserve to find hope on life’s journey. I would be honored to walk with you.
Feelings of inferiority and disconnection are often brought on by circumstances and events that are out of your control. Perhaps these events are recent, or decades ago. Either way, your story can change.
Because of my own trauma history, I understand the frightening feeling of being unsafe in my own body. I believed trauma was my identity. It was not, and neither is it yours. Healing and harmony are possible. Helping others find restoration through a mind-body connection, and making that possible through yoga and body work is my passion.
Often times, due to physical, emotional, or spiritual trauma, we have vacated our bodies as a form of protection. This keeps us from meaningful connection with ourselves and others. The practice of yoga in a supportive, protected environment can help you learn how to respond to feelings and sensations as they arise. Together, we can re-engage with your strength.
Your feelings of pain, shame, or fear will be attended to gently, and with great care. You can find contentment and be fully present in a meaningful way. The practice of being firmly established in love is cultivated over time. Yoga is an invitation to discover your true self, and provides a pattern and path for staying present no matter the circumstances. It is a journey worthy of your time.
Whether we are on or off the mat, in individual or group therapy sessions, the sense of well-being stays with you throughout the day and throughout your life. I would be honored to walk with you.
Life is full of heartache and hope. For many of us, we've not been given the tools or skills needed to walk through the struggles of life and find lasting relief. We try walking different trails and wonder why we end up in the same place over and over.
Our greatest desire and pain often comes in the form of relationships. The wounds can be significant. Then, we find ourselves in the same painful place again and again. Unhelpful relational patterns can be uncovered and redirected with gentleness and care.
I would be honored to help you find a new path out of the confusion and pain. I specialize in marriage and family counseling services. In addition, I have extensive experience with addiction, trauma, and the many ways the underlying pain makes itself known.
Much of the healing in counseling hinges on how accepted and safe the client feels with the therapist. This is especially true when personal relationships are being addressed. I come into the counseling room agenda-free for you. Our counseling services are directed towards your goals. We will focus on your healing, experiences, connections, and relationships at a pace that feels safe to you. Together we'll create an environment that provides a deep, personal, and lasting change in you.
I know what it's like to choose a counselor. To walk into an office of a stranger with a broken heart and long for hope. I know the vulnerability in telling the truth while needing kindness and respect in return.
Regardless if you've been in counseling before or are considering one of our counseling services for the first time, I would be glad to answer your questions and help you begin a new journey. Your story, your hurt, and your desires matter. There is help.
I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Colorado, and I bring the education, specialized training, and experience to help you find the life that's been waiting for you. The old feelings and patterns can be transformed on the path. Let's find it together.
When we are wounded it takes great courage to seek assistance. We are hopeful we’ll find someone to care who won’t shame us. Someone who can really see us. I love nothing more than creating a shame-free space for people to feel seen and safe.
It’s essential that the relationship between client and therapist is built on safety. However, safety means something different to every client who sits in my office. We will explore what safety means to you, and at a pace that fits your needs.
Often, the thought of communicating about our pain, story, or fear keeps us from seeking help. As an art therapist, I love to watch clients find a new way to communicate through creativity. Everyone has the capacity to create. The language of creativity allows us to bypass the more familiar ways of communicating.
When art therapy is appropriate and the client is comfortable with it, it’s a powerful tool for expanding the healing process. The wounded parts of us are beautiful and deserve to be seen and known as much as the parts of us that appear lovely to others. Creativity can help these parts of us come alive again.
I am a licensed professional counselor candidate and art therapist. I specialize in working with teens, and young adults struggling with anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, loss, and the many complicated concerns that come in this season of life.
It’s my role to ensure we are heading where the client most desires to explore, and the client is always in charge of the direction of treatment. If you, your teen, or your young adult feel misunderstood, alone, or angry, we can help find that core self that feels so often missing. I would be honored to walk beside you in your healing.
Life is full of obstacles. It’s difficult when we know we need help but don’t know where to go to get it. I love working with clients as they discover they already have or can learn the skills and tools needed to overcome these obstacles in life.
My philosophy is that each person’s behaviors and thoughts are simply evidence of their trying to meet a legitimate need. Sometimes, we go about meeting those needs in ways that are unhelpful or unhealthy.
When neurofeedback is combined with traditional counseling, those who have otherwise found themselves frozen in old thoughts and feelings find hope and transformation. The life ahead of you can be different than your past, and healing is possible. Even when the patterns are decades old.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and provide neurofeedback services for Hedman Counseling Center. After years of practicing traditional counseling, neurofeedback has changed how I view the process of healing.
I’ve chosen to practice neurofeedback because the effectiveness it provides for clients who feel stuck or have plateaued in traditional counseling is phenomenal. Neurofeedback is the place where my inner nerd and counseling meet. And I love it!
Neurofeedback is effective in helping clients find movement in areas they believed were hopeless. When neurofeedback is combined with traditional counseling, one plus one is greater than two. I would consider it a privilege to walk with you to add another lane to your healing journey.
Has your foundation been shaken? Are you tired of shining up the veneer when you know what’s underneath is crumbling? Do you feel you need to remodel your life and family, but don’t know where to start? You’ve come to the right place.
Life as a teen, parent, husband or simply being a man can be much more problematic and isolating than we anticipated. We are all doing the best we can with what we have been given. And, we often haven’t been given the tools we need to build the life we truly desire.
It would be my honor to stand beside you while you find true restoration. You already have all the strength you need for the changes you envision. We often need the right environment for our true strength to surface. I’d love to assist in helping to you discover more of yours.
I’m not here to fix anyone, because I don’t believe we’re broken. However, providing the tools and techniques to empower you to get through the remodel and be better able to tackle the next one by yourself is my desire.
Working to restore balance can be uncomfortable and challenging at times. We’ll put together a plan for a solid, stable, strong future.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and specialize in working with teens and adolescents, parents, men’s issues, and spiritual abuse. Regardless of the specific client or concern, it’s essential that support and empowerment are at the core of what we do.
Real healing is possible. True restoration can last a lifetime. I’d be honored to work with you.
Hi! My name is Oliver, but everyone calls me Ollie. I work at Hedman Counseling Center. My favorite thing is greeting clients when they come in for one of our counseling services, so they feel welcome. I am kind of shy when I first meet new humans, but my mom says that's good, because each visitor can decide if they want to pet me or not.
Mostly I just chew on my bone while you talk to the nice counselors here. You can pet me, and I'll snuggle with you, but only if you want. Humans sometimes feel better saying scary or sad things if I am close by. My mom says I'm really good at knowing when humans are sad, so you can be sad as much as you need and I'll stay close by.
The more you come to see us, the more I'll know you and learn how best to comfort you during one of our counseling services. I get so excited when you come back and I get to see you and smell your shoes and coat. When you leave, I usually roll over so you can rub my belly. I really like that! And it's ok if you don't want to, it doesn't hurt my feelings at all. What you need is most important and maybe because I'm here you'll feel just a little bit better.