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Want to exchange your
anxiety, frustration, and resentment
for
belonging, confidence, and self-compassion?

You're in the right place.

Why You're Here...

You dedicate so much to others but it's never enough. It often feels like others don't notice or appreciate everything you do, leading to resentment and frustration building up. You occasionally snap at your loved ones and don't really know why. Sometimes the world feels overwhelming and ugly but you don't feel like you can make a difference, leading you to feel agitated, numb, or ashamed

Ready to get started now?

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Hello, hello!
I'm Lindsey

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she/her pronouns, tell me yours!

I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and AAMFT Approved Supervisor in Colorado

I help socially-aware helping professionals who feel resentful and overwhelmed at work and home to feel appreciated, grounded, and confident
by supporting
deep self-reflection and healthy boundaries.

Let's get real -

You struggle more than you let on

You wake up with a mental to-do list preloaded, anticipating the needs and expectations of everyone around you. You love the people you take care of but get tired of feeling like it's never enough. It's been a while since you could just enjoy the moment without being "on, " leading to disconnection from your own needs, pleasure, and passions. 

Recently, you've felt unappreciated by the ones you work so hard for. Sometimes a little voice whispers, "Nobody works as hard as you do, they don't appreciate you, and just expect you to handle any problem." You begin to feel resentful of the ones you care for, leading to a feeling of dread as you start your day. 

It seems like the older you get the worse the world gets, and there is nothing you can do that will make any difference. You get quickly overwhelmed with what's happening in the world and feel guilty for not doing more to make it better. When you think of what's happening in the world you feel angry, fearful, and sad. 

As a child, you learned to meet others' expectations. You were encouraged to take care of your family members and tried to be a "good kid" and make them proud. Now as an adult, you still want their approval and go out of your way to help them, even when your needs are not met You want things to be different but are unsure of what to do and afraid you'll upset them. 

Growing up you didn't have great role models for emotional repair (let's be honest, few of us do). So you learned how to put on a brave face and "move on" even if you didn't fully heal from a wound. Sometimes when you're extra stressed you feel these old pains but don't know how to process and move through it to resolution. You can lash out at others which leads to defensiveness or shame. 

Goodness of Fit Checklist

Research shows that, unlike other forms of healthcare, the fit between the client and therapist is the biggest predictor of success in therapy. Additionally, I do my best work with clients who align with my personality and therapeutic style. That's why it's important to make sure we are a great fit before we begin working together. If, after reviewing the checklist below, you believe we are a great fit, please fill out my Contact Form to request a free consultation, and we will get started!

We might be a great fit if you are...

Open-minded

Passionate

Thoughtful, a Deep Thinker

Organized

Funny and/or like to Laugh

Empathetic and Compassionate

Take care of others (teacher, nurse, mental health clinician, caregiver for family members)

Willing to sit in discomfort

We should not work together if you are...

Wanting others to change before you change

Lash out when feeling uncomfortable emotions

Not wanting to incorporate therapy outside of sessions

Wanting a quick fix

Experiencing strong or frequent suicidal, homicidal, or self-harm thoughts

Quick to anger or shut down when challenged

I want to feel better, where do I start?

Green Forest

1

Contact Lindsey

You can send me an email at Lindsey@BoesTherapyServices.com  or you can use this link.

2

Schedule a Free Consultation

We will schedule a time to meet for about 20 minutes by phone or video chat to discuss your therapy needs and goals, ask questions, and discuss scheduling and fees. 

3

Book Your First Session

If we both feel we are a good match we will schedule our first session and I'll send you some paperwork to fill out before we dig in. It's that easy!

What Other Healers Are Saying

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"Not only is Lindsey an attentive, authentic therapist in session, but she also spends a great deal of time outside of session organizing client-specific treatment plans, activities, and interventions. Lindsey understands that no two clients are alike, and as such, she puts in the extra work to make sure that her therapy fits each person's unique needs. While I have seen Lindsey do a great deal of transformative work with adolescents, I know her to be effective with a wide range of clients; her skills appear to transcend age, gender, race, sexual orientation, and family type, just to name a few. Lindsey Boes is a fantastic therapist and colleague who will always go the extra mile to be sure that her clients get the services they need."

Ashley Walsdorf, Ph.D., LMFT, AAMFT Approved Supervisor 

Schedule your free consultation to get started

Let me know what you are hoping from therapy and some dates/times that work for you to have a 20 minute meeting via phone or video chat and we can get started!

5564 South Prince St. #10, Littleton, CO 80120

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