The Catalyst Center is a group of psychologists and therapists who offer cutting-edge mental health and wellness treatment in Denver, CO. Our services include Collaborative Therapeutic Assessment, Talk Therapy, Couple and Family Therapy, Parent Coaching, Trauma Recovery with EMDR, and Brain Training with Neurofeedback.
Dr. Erin Jacklin is the owner and clinical director of The Catalyst Center. She hand-picked each therapist and staff member and is deeply involved in making sure every Catalyst client receives the highest level of care and has access to the most advanced treatment options including Neurofeedback, EMDR, Collaborative Therapeutic Assessment, Treating Complex Children, and the Treatment and Prevention of Pregnancy and Postpartum Issues.
Dr. Jacklin is not currently taking on new clients. She is highly involved in every aspect of each Collaborative Therapeutic Assessment conducted at The Catalyst Center. She provides ongoing supervision, consultation, and clinical support to each of the Therapists and Neurofeedback Trainers. Dr. Jacklin also oversees the Catalyst Neurofeedback program, and our educational outreach projects.
Couples therapy can sometimes be perceived as a resource that is only useful for married couples. The truth is that therapy can be helpful to couples of all types in all stages of their relationship. Chelsea Towler Campbell is a couples therapy expert who offers a unique look into the value therapy can bring to communication, empathy, expectations, and intimacy.
Imaginative play is so fun and helpful for children in many different ways. However, parents are oftentimes at a loss as to how to encourage this so here are some benefits to imaginative play as well as some suggestions for how to easily incorporate it into your family life.
Your commitment to your own health will help you endure anything that life throws at you. No matter what has come up in your life, there are a few factors that may help to mitigate or reduce the effects of long-term stress or residual problems after a crisis occurs.
My heart still hurts when I think about the tragedies that plague our world. I don’t ever want to “get comfortable” with the seemingly unavoidable violence that causes so much pain and suffering. I want and need to do something. Something that feels lasting and impactful over years.
Believe it or not, some many parents find it difficult to think of what to do when trying to play with their child. We need to be able to get out of our own way and more than anything, out of our heads and really connect with our kids.
At the Catalyst Center we practice Collaborative/Therapeutic Assessment, a well-researched, individualized approach to assessment that has been shown to be beneficial to those who participate in it. We use assessment as an opportunity for brief treatment geared towards answering your questions and planning your next steps towards living the life you desire. Check out this weekly series highlighting The Catalyst Center's approach to assessment and what types of testing we can do for you.
Birth is often crazy and unpredictable. For some mothers and families, the experience of giving birth ends up varying greatly from what they planned or hoped for. Trauma from birth and postpartum periods can mimic postpartum depression or other postpartum issues, yet the way we resolve these problems are distinct.
It can be a very cool experience and often valuable gift to give yourself by having an hour each week to talk about what's going on in your world. This is an hour where a neutral person, who you likely won't otherwise see in daily life, will give you undivided attention and support.
Having a therapist all to yourself and having an hour a week to work on you can help you to become a better employee, partner, friend, athlete, or simply a better human being.