Marci Brewer, LCSW
I entered this field conscious in my belief that we are all incredibly resilient beings who can rise from adversity, with earned wisdom propelling us forward. It has been my experience that blessings often come in challenging places; our struggles are the teachers, guiding us to fully integrate past losses or unresolved pain that is humanly inescapable at times, toward a more fully engaged and meaningful life. I genuinely love what I do and am privileged to learn from my clients every day, recognizing our journeys as both deeply personal and of a larger shared existence. My approach values self-determination, bringing forward the internal wisdom we all inherently carry. For those experienced with intentional use of psychedelics or non-ordinary states of consciousness, I strive to help integrate an understanding of their experiences as a valuable process for healing, insight and self-development. In doing so, please know that I am committed to the life-long effort toward understanding and applying an equity lens when working with clients of culturally diverse backgrounds, in full recognition of how nonwhites endure unique challenges.
Marci has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Colorado since 1993, in addition to being EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy trained since 2012. Marci has been trained in Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy since 2023. Marci maintains a private practice Denver, CO, since 2004, with particular emphasis on trauma/abuse recovery, anxiety, relationship restoration, life transitions, and overall stress management. Her training and theoretical framework has been built around Family Systems Therapy, Attachment Theory, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, in addition to providing Trauma-informed Modalities, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Therapy, and Mindfulness. She is currently engaged in the training certificate program with Integrative Psychiatry Institute, to be completed by summer 2024.