Kristen Lewis, LMFT
Welcome to my practice! I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (#mft.0001706) in Broomfield, Colorado, and I specialize working with couples, children, teens, and adults who struggle with overwhelming emotions from trauma and anxiety. I am passionate about working with you to understand your emotional pain to help you feel less overwhelmed and stuck. I am here to listen to your unique story and your pain; your story matters and deserves to be heard.
Please free to contact me for a free phone consultation; I would love to talk with you more about what I offer and what you are looking for.
Do you feel stuck in continuing to re-create old relationship patterns that
you cannot break out of?
Do you worry often and feel that you can’t turn off your brain?
I specialize working with individuals who feel just these things; feeling pressured to hold everything together, but inside, they are struggling just like you.
You may feel frustrated and upset about not being able to break out of old patterns from childhood, which impacts your current relationships.
You may feel unsure about who to turn to for help, or you don’t have anyone you feel comfortable talking with about all of these uncomfortable feelings or worries that you wish would just go away. This can be an extremely lonely and isolating experience, especially if we feel like others don’t understand what we’re experiencing.
I am here to help gain an understanding about why you feel the way you do. From there, we will create a plan for your healing.
What do you want your life to be? What are your greatest dreams?
LET’S WORK TOGETHER TO BEGIN YOUR HEALING JOURNEY AND BUILD THE LIFE YOU’VE ALWAYS WANTED.
Beneath the surface of the protective parts of trauma survivors there exists an undamaged essence, a Self that is confident, curious, and calm, a Self that has been sheltered from destruction by the various protectors that have emerged in their efforts to ensure survival. Once those protectors trust that it is safe to separate, the Self will spontaneously emerge, and the parts can be enlisted in the healing process
― “ Bessel A. van der Kolk, The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma ”