Boulder Wellness Collective
1800 30th Street, Suite 207, Boulder CO 80301
We are a collective of mind and body specialists.
We provide therapies in multiple disciplines. Some of our specialities: Psychotherapy, massage therapy, structural integration, EMDR, journal therapy, intuitive energy work, grief/bereavement, life coach, adoption, addiction/substance treatments, somatic therapies, and healing from sexual assault and domestic violence trauma.
Click Here for Gretchen Stecher, MA
The mother of two outstanding young men, Gretchen earned her Master’s degree after they were successfully launched. Having traversed chasms, mountains, ferocious storms, barren deserts and winding rivers, she claims her doctorate is in feeling the fear and doing it anyway.
- Certified sexual assault and domestic violence counselor in 2001.
- Graduate School of Psychology at Naropa University – served as adjunct faculty.
- Certified somatic trauma specialist.
- EMDRII trained.
- Private practice as psychotherapist and life coach in Boulder, Colorado.
A 20+ years 12 Step recovery veteran, Gretchen’s expertise is helping women experience freedom and joy by releasing resentments, anxiety, and worry and practicing love-based states. She delights in co-creating sacred ceremonies to access spiritual connection. Gretchen is honored to hold the Light for evoking and recovering each person’s essence.
Click Here for Jane Apostol, BS, LMT
Jane has been in bodywork for over two decades, a career that began at the Swedish Institute, in NYC, and spanned a multitude of modalities including pre and perinatal massage, deep tissue, sports massage, medical massage, injury recovery and structural integration.
She spent a good part of her life as a dancer and explorer of movement. Her outlook on physical transformation was largely facilitated by accidentally improving her scoliosis through creative physical explorations. She has a deep love of structure and consideration of the body as a whole and her work blends both intuitive and calculated approaches.
Click Here for Kate Thompson, MA, MA, CJT, BACP
Kate works with individuals, couples and groups using existential therapy to help you to live more fully and find new ways to face life’s challenges. With over 20 years experience as a therapist, Kate trained and worked in England before moving to Boulder in 2010. Her focus enables you to describe, clarify and unravel your relationship to the world, your self and other people. Her specialisms are working with people on a range of different issues including identity, sexual and domestic abuse, adoption, depression, anxiety, relationships and transitions. At times, many people live with uncertainty and anxiety about life; you do not have to bear it alone. Sometimes exploring your story with someone else can be enough.
As an existential therapist Kate can help you explore your subjective experience and being. As a journal therapist she can help you find words to tell your story. This writing practice can help you find your voice – sometimes people can write before they can speak. Her work as a trained journal therapist provides additional structure, pacing and containment to sessions that can lead to healing, insight and growth.
Click Here for Kelley Day, MEd, MA
Kelley is passionate about guiding you in discovering and connecting with the deeper truth of who you really are and supporting you in transforming the habits and patterns that no longer serve you, as you step into your own power and freedom to live authentically and on purpose. Offerings to Support You:
- Integrative Transpersonal Psychotherapy
- Energy Coaching
- Energy Work
- Intuitive Guidance
Kelley holds a masters degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University and a masters in Educational Psychology from Temple University. She has trained as a massage therapist and is a Reiki Master. Her clinical training includes Internal Family System (IFS), Gestalt, Containment & Resolution Stress & Trauma Therapy, Body-Mind Psychotherapy, & Mind-Energy-Body Transformation, and a variety of mindfulness and meditation methods. Additional sacred arts and energy work experience includes Sacred Facilitation Skills, Energy Body Mastery, and Advanced Energy Body Clearing.
Click Here for Tammy Lea McKaskle, MA, LPC
Tammy specializes in major life transitions and grief. While these are the main issues clients come in with, she has extensive experience with transforming relationship dynamics, the neuroscience of trauma recovery, chronic illness, eating disorders, and mood and personality disorders.
She received her MA in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University; she also taught at Naropa University, post-grad, for six years in the graduate and undergraduate programs. Tammy brings a calm and confident presence to her work. Through compassionate presence she recognizes the suffering in the moment, while believing in each person’s inherent basic sanity and health.
Click Here for Tom Midgley, MA, LAC, LPC
Tom is the primary therapist for Boulder Addiction Counseling where he specializes in drug and alcohol addiction and relapse prevention. The focus of the treatment is a combination of mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy to help you recognize the nature of addiction cravings, how to stop automatic behaviors and rituals that contribute to addictions as well as how to develop self-compassion as you work through to a more joyous and healthy life.
Research is showing that this therapy is particularly effective for clients who have struggled with getting sober or maintaining sobriety.
By looking at this site you have already taken the first step toward considering how your use of drugs or alcohol is reducing your quality of life. Tom invites you to come for a free thirty minute consultation to see if he can help.
Click Here for Sam Raymond, LPC, LAC
Sam has 10 years of clinical experience working with issues as diverse as substance abuse, relationships, grief, anxiety & depression and transitions. His approach is client-centered, supporting each client in recognizing their unique strengths in facing life’s obstacles. In addition to clinical work, Sam has extensive experience in offering clinical supervision and program development initiatives. Individual, couples and family therapy sessions are available.
Sam holds a BM in Contemporary Music from the University of Maine as well as an MA in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University. His interests include music, hiking and skiing.
Please Click Link above to contact your selected therapist with questions and to set up appointments.
In the Crossroads Gardens Building, 1800 30th Street, Suite 207, Boulder, CO 80301