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Eating Disorders: Common Myths

By Sarah Long, PsyD Nearly 50% of the population in the United States either knows someone who struggles with an eating disorder, or is a sufferer. Despite eating disorders being widespread, complex, and life-threatening, there is a ton of misinformation out there. These misconceptions can lead to shame, lack of recognition by helping professionals, school […]

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Welcoming Back Karmen Thulin, PsyD

Karmen Thulin, Psy.D., Psychologist Candidate Genuine, Collaborative, Focused Dr. Karmen Thulin believes in the power of collaboration between client and therapist to create meaningful, lasting change. People who work with Karmen experience her as warm and genuine, with a thirst for helping you to identify what needs to shift in order to live your life […]

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Coping With the Stress and Struggles of Seasonal Change

By Dr. Courtney Klein It seems that every year with the conclusion of summer, the gray skies begin in Colorado. When summer fades, we too can sometimes feel the emotional “gray skies” show up in our lives. The end of summer brings many changes such as children heading back to school, colder weather, shorter days, […]

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