350 Broadway St, Ste. 210, Boulder, CO 80305 Phone: 303-444-1036 Email: boulderpsychotherapistsguild@gmail.com

Supervision / Consultation: Individual supervision for therapists interested in expanding their areas of expertise or needing support around challenging therapeutic issues. Provides supervision to M.A., Ph.D. and Psy.D. level students seeking hours towards licensure. Expertise includes working with adolescents, adults, and seniors. Runs consultation groups for psychotherapists who are trained in Brainspotting. Also consults with and coaches psychotherapists, individually or in a group setting, about building their private practices. Has office time in Boulder.
Therapist: Melanie Young, Psy.D., Licensed Clinical Psychologist
(303) 444-5330 or info@melanieyoungpsyd.com

Psychodrama and Sociometry Training: This yearlong training group will enhance your clinical skills for working with individuals and groups. Develop ways to explore the dynamics of a group in action, make the covert overt, and learn the power of doubling, role reversal and mirroring. You will also learn valuable tools to increase your own and your client’s spontaneity, creativity, and ability to trust yourself in the moment. Karen has 18 years of experience in the use of psychodrama and experiential methods and teaches Group Dynamics at Naropa University.
La Luna Center. Professional rate: $95/session ($380 for series)
Student rate: $80/session ($320 for series)
One Friday per month
Therapist: Karen Drucker, Psy.D., TEP (303) 442-2561

Action Supervision Group: In this supervision group, you will have an opportunity to enhance your knowledge and skills for working with eating disorders and other complex issues, use role training to practice therapeutic interventions, identify and explore counter-transference issues in a supportive environment, and explore difficult cases using experiential methods, including Gestalt and psychodrama.
Location: La Luna Center. 6 participants
Second Tuesday of the month, 9:30 - 11:30 am
$60.00 for two hours of supervision; counts towards Licensure hours (six-month commitment)
Therapist: Karen Drucker, Psy.D., TEP (303) 442-2561

Analytical Psychology: Clinical Consultation Group This time-limited consultation group provides an introduction to specific clinical fundamentals of Jungian psychology, including Jung’s work with complex theory and the role of archetypes. Dreams offer a particular doorway into revealing therapeutic considerations with trauma, a two-person model of therapy, and the value of metaphor and symbol. When working on case material, we will hold in mind thoughts on trauma, field therapy, self states, attachment models, and neuropsychology., as well as what emerges within the group.
Size: 4-6 participants Fall and Spring dates and times to be determined.
Therapists: Nora Swan-Foster, ATR-BC, LPC, Jungian Analyst and Stephen Foster, LPC, Jungian Analyst
(303) 440-4000 or www.swanfoster.com

Supervision / Consultation Groups for therapists focusing on understanding the therapist-client relationship; includes issues of resistance, transference-countertransference, boundaries, influence, acting out, and goal orientation and professional issues. Groups have been ongoing for 15-20 years.
Size: 3-6 therapists
Monday - 9:00-10:30 am (every other week), Monday - 2:30-4:00 pm (every other week) or Tuesday - 9:30-11:00 am (every other week)
Additional times to be arranged
Therapist: Robert Unger, L.C.S.W., Ph.D., C.A.C.III (303) 938-9494 S

Supervision / Consultation: Over 30 years experience providing group and individual supervision to M.A. and Ph.D. level student interns, and counselors seeking hours for licensure as an L.P.C. Also provides consultation to counselors/psychotherapists. Helps counselors discover and fine tune their abilities and areas of expertise. Group supervision may be offered if enough interest.
Therapist: Roz Bard, Psy.D., L.P.C. (303) 752-6711 rozbard@infionline.net