Learn more about our partner organizations
Strength in Motion and Whole Connection have come together in our efforts to offer high-quality affordable trainings for mental health workers, students, and members of the community interested in healing and wellness. Both centers were born from a passion to build communities of like-minded healers who are focused on helping clients from all walks of life thrive. We believe that ongoing training is a core component in keeping our therapists and healers engaged and continually growing. We believe in sharing these trainings with the broader community. Our mission is to bring in experts from various fields who will share their knowledge, foster important conversations, and bring broader awareness to important healing modalities.
Strength in Motion’s mission is to create a community focused on connection, healing, and thriving through providing a blend of therapeutic and movement offerings, trainings, and workshops for individuals, couples, families, and healthcare professionals within the Boulder/Denver area. SIM believes there is no one way to heal, and thus we aim to provide opportunities to explore what modality is best for the individual because we believe in holistic and collaborative approaches to healing.
To learn more click on the Strength in Motion logo above.
Queer Asterisk Therapeutic Services and Whole Connection collaborate and support each other through referrals for different approaches and specialties of care, and also support each other's community trainings. Queer Asterisk offers a variety of services that may be a fit for Whole Connection clients who are seeking more resources for their well-being. Both Queer Asterisk and Whole Connection offer trainings to the communities, in these cases we help share these trainings their our networks in order to serve the larger community, as well as provide competency trainings for each other's organizations.
Queer Asterisk is a non-profit organization rooted in community and run by queer and transgender professionals. They exist to meet a growing need for exceptional mental health care to better serve queer and transgender children, adolescents, adults, and families. Since 2017, they have provided affordable counseling services, comprehensive educational trainings, and robust community programming to promote individual and collective healing and wellness among queer and trans people. They envision a vibrant community that embraces authentic expression, where individuals with dynamic and intersecting identities can thrive.
To learn more click on the Queer Asterisk logo above.
Take Two Health. We’re now in partnership with Take Two Health, a local membership medical clinic serving Boulder County. Our clinicians offer counseling that is empowering, sensitive, confidential, and integrated with the medical care you receive from your team at Take Two.
Whether it's about getting un-stuck improving a health habit, weathering a storm, or figuring out how to really live your life as the person you choose to be, let this Integrated Behavioral Health model help you thrive as your best self!
Take Two members can receive up to eight individual counseling sessions per year, included with their Membership; more are available as desired for an affordable additional charge. Formats include conventional one-on-one counseling, shared Medical-Behavioral Health visits, workshops, and ongoing groups.
To learn more click on their logo to the right.
Sandstone Care and Whole Connection support each other through referrals to different levels of care and also support each other's community trainings. There are times that our level of care is not always enough for individuals, in those cases we look at Sandstone Care to see if they might be the right fit. Both Sandstone and Whole Connection offer trainings to the communities, in these cases we help share these trainings their our networks in order to serve the larger community.
Sandstone Care has facilities in Denver and Boulder Colorado, and the Washington D.C. area. We provide a treatment program for young adults and adolescents struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders. Sandstone Care offers a full continuum of outpatient care including Extended Care, Day Treatment, Intensive Outpatient, and General Outpatient Programs for young adults (ages 18-30) and adolescents (ages 13-18). We also offer transitional sober living for men in Denver, CO and for women in Boulder, CO.
Sandstone Care believes that successful outcomes are achieved through a systemic, evidence-based approach that addresses the entire individual as well as their environment – this means providing academic & vocational support to help individuals achieve their goals and discover their strengths, family participation to educate and support the entire family system, psychiatric and dietitian evaluations and support to promote a healthy mind and body, as well as community-based activities along with the more traditional evidence-based group and individual therapy.
To learn more click on the Sandstone Care Logo above.
Expand Mentoring and Whole Connection work together to offer team approaches with some of our clients. We have found that a team approach can greatly help our clients towards their goals and help them feel more connected. A lot of times there are tasks that either a mentor or therapist cannot always do or succeed on their own. If you are interested in having a team approach ask Expand or Whole Connection how you can find a team to support you.
Expand, LLC offers mentoring/coaching services to those in need of support in their day to day life. They address communication, daily-living, and social needs while in the community with their clients where therapy alone may not fulfill each of these needs. Expand help’s to ensure each client's success in navigating various social contexts, learning new skills and making functional progress. They work with clients to develop lifestyle, organizational and social skills that prepare them for the world. Expand specializes in issues including addiction, mental health struggles, "failure to launch”, depression and anxiety, self-esteem, self harm, as well as difficulties with relationships, school and job performance. Expand's mentoring service helps clients develop coping and life skills while putting these skills into practice — and then goes even further. They can help with practical tasks such as creating resumes, job hunting, meal planning, creating a workout regimen, or any area that clients find they may be stuck. They can also act as a sobriety coach and companion if a client has struggled or is still struggling with addiction. They offer the opportunity for real world experiences while providing a stable, supportive environment where clients can flourish. Their goal is to help clients discover, develop, and move towards the life they have always wanted .
Naropa Community Counseling Center (NCCC): We partner with NCCC in our trainings and referrals. In our initial phone screens and assessments with potential clients we try to find the best fit for a therapist. Sometimes that is not us and in those cases we do look towards NCCC as a possible referral. We also partner for some of our community and group trainings so that our teams can have more access to continued education.
Naropa Community Counseling integrates contemplative approaches with modern clinical practice to assist our clients in reaching their highest level of emotional and mental well-being. We provide cutting edge, transformative intervention across a broad range of therapeutic services. Naropa Community Counseling serves Boulder and Front Range residents with low to moderate income, with sliding scale services from $30–90. We also accept Medicaid.
To learn more click on the NCCC logo above.