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Mindfulness-based Somatic Psychotherapy, Child-Parent Psychotherapy
5412 Idylwild Trail
Boulder, CO 80301
Amelie Bracher (MA Somatic Psychotherapy, 2003) specializes in attachment and trauma in infancy and early childhood (age 0-7) and adulthood. As a Clinician at the Kempe Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and Neglect (UCHSC), she worked for five years with many disrupted families and further trained in infant mental health, child abuse and neglect, sexual abuse prevention and treatment, and, as part of a national training collective of the Child Traumatic Stress network, in Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP).
Amelie offers treatment for Adults, families and children.
Families: Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Play therapy, Parent-Child Interactional Assessments, parenting guidance, EMDR for children, Support for early pregnancy and parenthood, adoption, separation, families of all kinds in transition. Parenting Coordination, Supervised visitation.
Individual treatment: EMDR, Body-centered Psychotherapy, Sensorimotor psychotherapy, DBT, TF-CBT. Depression, anxiety, trauma, adult attachment issues, identity and body image issues in young adults.
Amelie uses a gentle, humorous, and direct approach in helping her clients connect to their own innate wisdom. Amelie maintains a private practice in Boulder, CO. A long-term student of meditation and former Naropa Adjunct faculty, she also is an authorized mindfulness meditation teacher and a wife and parent.