We are leaders in providing attachment disorder and trauma therapy for families, couples and individual adults
Though there are many similarities in the human experience, we all have unique qualities and problems. You are an important part of the treatment team. We develop a customized program to meet an individual’s and/or couple’s needs through an ongoing blend of assessments and interventions.
The primary goal of treatment is positive change — new choices, perspectives, options, behaviors, coping strategies and relationships. We explore areas such as anger management, conflict resolution, communication skills and improved self-image.
Parents often tell us traditional psychotherapeutic approaches have not been effective with their severely attachment-disordered children, who lack the trust and ability to form a working alliance basic to success in therapy. Our family-systems approach and use of Corrective Attachment Therapy focus on assessing and changing relationship patterns.
Dr. Terry Levy offers therapists Life Script: a free tool for starting discussions about family-of-origin issues.
For more than 30 years, our practice has provided outpatient therapy to the people of Evergreen, Colo., and surrounding Colorado communities. Our team offers outpatient therapy in individual and group settings. Our services help adults, couples, children and families.
We are experts in treating substance abuse, trauma, school issues, parenting, problem solving, anxiety, depression and family issues — especially in blended families.
Intensive Outpatient Program
World-recognized psychologists Terry Levy and Michael Orlans originally developed this treatment format to provide help for children and families needing specialized services unavailable where they live. For more than 20 years, families and couples have traveled to Evergreen from every region of the United States and from other countries to receive therapy for attachment-related trauma.
Terry Levy, Ph.D., B.C.F.E. is an internationally respected teacher, trainer and clinician with an expertise in the treatment of trauma and attachment disorders in children, teens, adults and couples. Throughout the year, he offers training for mental health and social service professionals from his home base at the Evergreen Psychotherapy Center in Evergreen, Colo.; and at seminars hosted across the United States and around the world.
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