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Heather Emerich, LCSW

Clinical Social Work/Therapist

About

During the course of people’s lives events happen that create the need for help and support.   Families and individuals helped are those experiencing crisis, trauma, and other life events that create discomfort and pain.  These events can be divorce, death, grief, loss, domestic violence, victimization from a crime, sexual abuse, physical abuse, child/parent conflict, behavior problem, teen/preteen concerns and any other concerns that cause the need for help.  Unbroken Healing uses evidenced-based therapeutic approaches including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, DBT, play therapy, group therapy, art therapy and coaching to help clients navigate and work through these changeling situations.



Why unbroken healing?  First when we think about problems we are having in life we and others around us may think we are broken.  This is not true we are not broken but have experienced events that have caused pain and distortions in thought  Second healing in an unbroken chain that involves many different areas in life.  These include therapy, diet, exercise, and creating a support network.  The base of the practice is we are all survivors and can do anything we set our minds to do. Sometimes we need help to take those first steps and a guide for the journey.  Thank you for letting me join you on this journey.

 


Qualifications


License 1721 Colorado
Credentials LCSW

Expertise

  • Women’s Issues
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Teen Violence
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Self Esteem
  • Peer Relationships
  • Parenting
  • Oppositional Defiance
  • Life Coaching
  • Impulse Control Disorders
  • Family Conflict
  • Domestic Violence
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Depression
  • Chronic Impulsivity
  • Child or Adolescent
  • Career Counseling
  • Behavioral Issues
  • Autism
  • Asperger’s Syndrome
  • Adoption
  • Academic Underachievement

Client Focus

  • Adults (18+)
  • Adolescents / Teenagers (14 to 19)
  • Preteens / Tweens (11 to 13)
  • Children (6 to 10)