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By UB therapist Michael Maloney, LCPC Author, and vulnerability researcher, Brene Brown brought up in her book Dare to Lead that she asked “thousands of leaders” a question.  “What do your team members do that earns your trust?”  What was the most common answer from these leaders? “Asking for help.”  According to Brene Brown, managers

Therapist Spotlight: Joe Flint, LCPC

Joe Flint is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor who loves to help individuals and couples understand their feelings, as well as identify and execute change to feel better. You can read his full bio here. Joe works at our Evanston location. To schedule an appointment with him, please contact our intake department. Joe will also be running
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Tiredness and anxiety go hand-in-hand. In fact, fatigue can be a warning sign of depression and anxiety, even if you don’t realize you’re feeling that way. But why does anxiety make you tired, and what can you do about it? Tiredness from Mentally Exhaustion That’s right – anxiety can make you mentally exhausted. Your mind
We are thrilled to announce that we are now serving the southeast Denver metro area! Urban Balance Centennial (6851 S. Holly Circle, Suite 200) is centrally located between the Denver Tech Center and Park Meadows Mall, just 20 minutes south of Denver!  The new office is home to five therapy rooms with a diverse staff of therapists seeing individuals,
Jennifer Spitler is a Licensed Professional Counselor who graduated from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a broad range of clinical experiences serving adults, adolescents, children and couples.  Read her full bio here. Jennifer works at our Denver-Hale Parkway location. To schedule an appointment with her, please contact our intake department. See below for
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By UB staff therapist, Chelsea Alarcon, LPC You invest time, energy, and money into therapy sessions. Coming in week after week to only remain stagnant can feel extremely disappointing. When you are making progress, you may find yourself feeling more hopeful, proud, and motivated. There are some things that I often suggest to clients to
Jane Ashley is a Licensed Professional Counselor who approaches her work with people from the perspective that the problems they are struggling with in their lives are not who they are. She provides collaborative work to help heal old wounds, and to build on dreams, hopes and what we value in our lives.  Read her full
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