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Let Me Introduce Myself...

Lindsey Boes, LMFT

Therapist, Supervisor, & Educator

Partner, Sister, Daughter, Friend, Cat Mom, Nerd



5564 South Prince Street #10

Littleton, CO 


Courage, Community, Humor, Justice, Kindness, Connection, Vulnerability, Grit, Rest, Creativity



Hi There! 
It's a pleasure to meet You! I'm Lindsey. 

When I first started my private practice in 2015, I didn't intend to specialize in working with healers, helpers, and caregivers. Instead, I focused on teenagers, LGBTQ+ folks, and relationship therapy. When I asked myself who I loved working with, what I loved talking about, and what I knew a lot about the answer quickly became working with healers, helpers, and caregivers who feel overwhelmed and burned out, and deep self-reflection paired with boundaries helped them the most. Bonus points if we can tell it like it is, drop some swear words, and laugh.

Other things you might want to know:

Midwesterner by birth, Coloradan by choice; proud cat lady; feminist; Queer Ally; nerd (think Marvel, Star Wars, LOTR, Harry Potter nerd, not tech savvy nerd), and cilantro is gross. 

Work Experience

August 2006 - May 2010

May 2010 - August 2011

August 2011 - August 2012

August 2012 - January 2015

February 2015 - August 2015

August 2015 - December 2022

June 2021 - September 2023

Earned my Psychology degree from Purdue University with a research focus in Child Psychology, Mother-Child Attachment, and Stereotyping and Prejudice. Began volunteering in the Domestic Violence Intervention and Prevention Program (DVIPP).

Worked community service jobs with the YWCA including youth services and domestic violence prevention.

Moved to Colorado.

Moved to Fargo, North Dakota and started my Masters in Human Development and Family Science with a Specialization in Couple and Family Therapy at North Dakota State University. Was the Safe Zone Coordinator and Director of LGBTQ Programs at the University. Started working with clients at the Family Therapy Center and Luther Hall. Completed my thesis exploring what encourages people with privilege to confront prejudice directed towards other people. 

Moved back to Colorado and prepared to open Boes Therapy Services.

Opened private practice in Littleton. Became an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Colorado, Denver in the Human Development & Family Relations Department. Became an Honorarium Faculty in the Counseling Department. 

Completed requirements to become an AAMFT Approved Supervisor and began supervising post-graduate pre-licensed therapists and counselors.

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