350 Broadway St, Ste. 210, Boulder, CO 80305 Phone: 303-444-1036 Email: boulderpsychotherapistsguild@gmail.com
Fredlyn Zitter-Smith, M.S.W.,L.C.S.W., A.C.S.W.
2043 Pearl Street (Arbor House)
Boulder, Colorado 80302

Contact information:

(303) 443-9008
(303) 443-2051 (fax)

Fredlyn Zitter-Smith, M.S.W.,L.C.S.W., A.C.S.W.

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Boulder providing psychotherapy and counseling to individuals, couples, families, groups, and organizations.

Professional Interests and Specialties:

•  Life problems—depression, anxiety, anger, stress, trauma,
    self-esteem, life transitions, family-of-origin issues

•  Assisting couples to negotiate differences, develop communication
    skills, acquire problem-solving skills, and achieve intimacy

•  Addiction issues in individuals, families—alcoholism, drug abuse,
    eating disorders, addictive relationships and co-dependency

•  Grief associated with: divorce, death of a loved one, loss of a
    relationship, physical, intellectual or emotional instability

•  Resolving family relationship issues, including: single parenting,
    step/blending families, adoptive families and infertility

•  Trauma caused by incest, rape or abuse

•  Gay and lesbian issues for individuals and couples

•  Emphasis on a safe and confidential therapeutic relationship with
    maximum client/therapist interaction

Patient Age Groups:

Young Adults
Mid-Life Adults
Older Adults


Organizations/Work Groups


Master's in Social Work, Fordham University, 1970

Background and Experience:

11 years in psychiatric hospital settings; over 20 years of private practice; extensive clinical supervision

Professional Affiliations and Activities:

National Association of Social Workers
American Group Psychotherapy Association
Academy of Certified Social Workers

Other information:

Fredlyn Zitter-Smith also offers the following therapy groups:

Mixed-Gender Therapy Groups
Each group is composed of men and women who have been in individual therapy and wish to expand their skills in relating to others. The group provides a safe environment in which to learn new ways to share feelings and form healthy relationships.
Size: 8 adults
(2 groups) Tuesdays - 12:00-1:30 pm or Wednesdays - 4:30-6:00 pm