This is a "legacy" website.
Think of it as a time capsule,
unchanged since 2010.
For more info, please see
The Colorado Center for Clinical Excellence http://www.thecoloradocenter.com
Colorado Mental Health Statutes: Laws governing confidentiality and its limits, professional conduct, use of the title “psychologist,” and a definition of psychotherapy.
Colorado State Board of Psychologist Examiners: Information on licensure, grievances, and mental health law FAQs
The Denver Naturopathic Clinic, Denver, Colorado: Rena Bloom, ND and Jacob Schor, ND are renowned among doctors of naturopathy, and provide a sound, holistic, and conservative approach to naturopathic family medicine.
The Institute for the Study of Therapeutic Change: A resource for critical reviews of what works in therapy, and how psychotherapists can increase their effectiveness, regardless of their theoretical orientation.
Jason Seidel’s 2006 article: Seidel, J.A. (2006, November-December). The survival of psychotherapy: How humanistic accountability will transform our profession and your practice. Colorado Psychological Association Bulletin, 34(7), 6-9. Reprinted in: (2006, November) The Clinical Practitioner, 1(4), 10-13. Available at http://www.nappp.org
Jason Seidel’s 2005 article: Seidel, J.A. (2005). Experience is a biochemical intervention: Reconceptualizating the “biologically based mental illness.” Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 69(2), 157-171.
2005 article translated into Spanish: Seidel, J.A. (2005). La experiencia es una intervencin bioqumica: Una reconceptualizacin del trastorno mental con base biolgica, Revista de Psicoterapia (Psicoterapia, Neurobiologa, y Neurociencias), 16(61), 105-119.
Jason Seidel’s 1998 Doctoral Paper: “Empirical Evidence Disconfirms the Biopsychiatric Ontology of Mental Disorders”
Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute (formerly Hakomi Somatics Institute): Professional training in somatic psychology, and trauma treatment. Education information and online trauma resources are searchable through the site.