Start Your Journey Today
with Susan Caso
Boulder Family Counseling
We all find ourselves in situations we didn’t anticipate or experience circumstances we’ve never encountered. It is hard to admit we may not know what direction to head. This can be scary, overwhelming and contribute to feeling alone.
During difficult times we can tend to avoid things in our lives that cause us sadness, pain, and create fear. We often pretend everything is fine moving throughout our day saying to ourselves and everyone else that we are ok, even great. It can be helpful to talk with someone besides our family and friends.
“Starting the conversation gives a person struggling the permission to share their internal world leading to connection and hope rather than isolation and shame.” -Susan Caso
Whether you are an individual experiencing difficulty, a couple stuck in a painful cycle or a parent seeking to understand your teen who is struggling, here is a place you can come to find your way back to a secure and healthy connection with yourself, loved ones, and community.
I can provide you with a safe place to explore your fears and concerns, while empowering you to believe in your ability to overcome life’s challenges. A place where you can express yourself with no fear of judgment. A place to come where you can be heard.
Problems Lose Their Enormity
When you don’t have to face them alone.
Teens may push limits, rebel against parent’s involvement, or withdraw from the family unit all in an attempt to establish independence and self-identity.
As a parent, it can be difficult watching your teen struggle. Counseling can provide a safe place for teens to explore their feelings, identify issues, and learn new life skills.
College Student Counseling
College can be one of the most exciting and challenging times in our lives. For the first time, we are out on our own; no longer directly influenced by our parent’s rules. We have new freedoms, experiences, relationships and opportunities.
I have helped many college students with their stress, guiding them through the process of learning to mange and build resiliency.
We have a biological need to be connected to the people who matter most to us in our lives. Whether you are a couple stuck in a painful cycle or a parent seeking to understand your teen who is struggling. Here is the place you can come to find your way back to a secure and healthy connection.
Counseling can be a wonderful place to explore why you are stuck in the same cycle. It is difficult sometimes to view yourself and understand why you do the things that you do. Together we will explore all aspects of your past and present to discover the recurring patterns that causing disruption in your life. We will map out the steps needed to achieve your goals.
I can help you stop the self–defeating patterns interfering with you reaching your potential.
We can find ourselves in a painful place with the person we love so dearly. Asking ourselves, how did we get here? What changed? What did my partner do, what did I do to bring us to this point of not wanting to love each other the way we loved each other when we fell in love. How did we get here to this place that we promised each other we would not be? Questioning your future and stuck in a state of confusion?
“You met me in arguably my lowest point. I felt lost, helpless, confused, afraid, overwhelmed, stressed, and angry … You provided the tools I needed to solve it myself. That’s more than I could ever ask for from someone. I’m extremely grateful for the time we’ve spent together and I encourage anyone who feels lost or confused to seek your guidance. I never thought I’d be where I am today. Thank you from every fiber of my being.”
Boulder Family Counseling
Helps to Support
Our clients come in for a variety of reasons, including:
– Anxiety and depression
– Relationship problems
– Family issues
– Divorce and blended families
– Emotional and social struggles
– Rebuilding self-esteem
– Child and teen difficulties
– General life transitions and personal growth
Is Boulder Family Counseling Right For You?