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About Lindsey

Hello hello! I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), although I prefer to think of myself as a Relational Therapist. 

Others know me as a partner, sister, daughter, friend, teacher, nerd, cat lady,

and coffee enthusiast. 

Hi, I'm Lindsey!

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Lindsey Boes, MS, LMFT


While studying Psychology at Purdue University I became enthralled with learning about stereotyping and prejudice, which led me to a research lab studying how to confront racism. A few years after graduating I found myself at North Dakota State University studying Couple and Family Therapy with a specialization in Feminist and Queer informed mental health. Since 2016 I have been teaching Sexuality and Family Science classes at the University of Colorado, Denver campus. 


I have been working with clients since 2013 in a variety of settings including outpatient agencies, psychiatric residential treatment programs (PRTFs), independent contracting, and in my own private practice. My clients have been individuals, families, couples, and ethically non-monogamous relationships recovering from trauma, depression, anxiety, and shame, among others.


What gets me fired up is working with people who are trying to connect with their most authentic Self, including healers, teachers, parents, people-pleasers, nurturers, and Highly Sensitive People (HSPs). Even if you don't 100% identify with any of these, you are welcome to reach out to schedule a consultation to see if we would be a good fit!

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Who You Are

You want to connect with your values, hopes, and vision for the future. You may often feel unseen or unappreciated by others in your life and want to make changes. You may want to bring your partner(s) or family into therapy sessions to reduce conflict and feel more connected and safe. 

How We Work Together

I use what's called Narrative Therapy, which explores the story you have of yourself, your relationships, and how you fit into the world around you. We collaborate to explore how your struggles developed and find strategies to set boundaries with the struggle.  

What's in It for You

Growth, reflection, agency, "ah-ha" moments, validation, learning, communication strategies, expression, connection, and re-centering you in your own life. Working with your loved ones you can feel more connected, validated, and prepared for what comes next. 

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