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You might look “high-functioning,” but you don’t feel that way. Most days, if you’re being honest, you’re not sure who you are or who you’re supposed to be.
You’ve experienced something traumatic, and it’s negatively affecting your daily life.
You’ve been secretly struggling with depression and anxiety because you feel like you can’t let your guard down around people in your life. Maybe you've started self-harming or thought about suicide.
You’re a helping professional experiencing burnout, compassion fatigue, or secondary trauma. The career you used to love has become exhausting, and you don’t know what to do next.
You're seeking help for your child and might be interested in family therapy or parenting coaching to learn how to best support your family.
A little stressed out by 2020? Grab this free 5 minute meditation!
Introducing Ivory & Pine's Clinical Intern!
Caren Paul is a Marriage and Family Therapy student from Northcentral University who is working with clients at Ivory & Pine Counseling until June 2021.
Caren works with kids, teens, families, and couples. She really enjoys working with people in alternative family systems, and she is LGBTQ+ and poly/kink friendly. Caren uses a practical, solution-focused approach to help clients figure out what they want, and move toward it without getting caught in the weeds.
Sessions with Caren are available for a reduced rate!
I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in Colorado. I’m passionate about helping school-aged kids, adolescents, and young adults work through the barriers that are holding them back and find the confidence and freedom to grow into their full potential.
My clients appreciate that I show up authentically, with genuine compassion. I know that if I don’t show up as my real self, I can’t expect you to do that.
Therapy sessions with me are straight-shooting, a little humorous (mostly because of the therapy pups), and full of acceptance. I offer a safe place for you to work on yourself and find healthy ways to thrive in the future.
"The willingness to show up changes us. It makes us a little braver each time."
Every client and every concern is unique. I want to get to know the unique you, so that we can work well together and I can use approaches that suit your specific needs.
I believe that trauma, whether it seems big or small to you, is at the root of most mental health difficulties. I look at how and why your coping skills helped you survive in the past. Then we move forward together.
I use therapeutic approaches that are backed by research and experience, such as EMDR, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.
I'm not going to tell you what to do, nor am I just going to be a blank sounding board. I want us to work together and be partners in the therapeutic process.
I have provided therapeutic care in psychiatric hospitals, schools, universities, community-based settings for both mental health and substance use, emergency rooms, and private practice.
I believe that our thoughts, feelings, bodies, and spirits are all connected. I will ask you to pay attention to your whole self and help you learn how to do that.
If you have any questions about my services or would like to schedule a session, feel free to contact me. I will get in touch with you within one business day per my schedule below.
3401 Quebec St. Suite 4500Denver, CO 80207
Monday - Friday 10am-7pm
A little stressed out by 2020?
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