Lee Nadeau, LPC
Fort Collins CO
I believe that you are the expert on your own experience and that you were born with an innate ember of wisdom and intelligence that will lead you towards health and wellness. Our work together involves creating a trusting, mindful, empathetic, honest, creative and reflective container that allows us to collaboratively 'fan your flame'. My style is individualized and integrated. I draw from multiple theoretical counseling psychology frameworks in my practice to 'meet you where you're at' and I commit to maintaining a client-centered, strengths-based and contemplative approach to therapy. Come as you are. I will meet you there. When appropriate, I welcome the 'outdoor office' to clients and consciously incorporate the natural world into the therapeutic relationship. The wisdom of the wilderness is abundant and ripe for acting 'as a mirror' to our personal process and I love working with nature as a co-therapist.
I am a holistic psychotherapist based in Colorado. I’ve committed to embracing and empowering others towards discovering a deeper sense of self-understanding, flexibility, equanimity, growth and personal meaning in their lives. I wholeheartedly believe in the healing power of the therapeutic relationship and the potential it has to inspire new ‘ways of being’ in the world, which can lead us to feeling more connected to ourSelves, to others and to the natural world— I’ve experience it! By collaboratively and compassionately shedding light on [thought/emotion/behavior] patterns that no longer serve us, we often experience more balance, life satisfaction, freedom and choice in our everyday lives. As a messy, squishy, organic human-being myself, I make a daily commitment to 'walk the talk' as it relates to my own personal growth work and my individual integration process. I've found personal healing in transpersonal psychotherapy, wilderness therapy & increased contact with the natural world, exercise, conscious nutrition, creative movement, breath-work, service learning and regular mindfulness practice.