Insight Counseling Colorado, LLC

Insight Counseling Colorado, LLC


Hello! We are TMS Institute of Colorado Springs located near the World Arena and wanted to introduce ourselves. We offer Transcranial Magnetic Simulation which is a new era in brain disorder treatment that can help patients leave the hardships caused by brain disorders behind.
TMS is a non-invasive outpatient procedure that does not require hospitalization or anesthesia, and entails no memory loss, no systemic side effects or an indefinite drug regime and requires only brief daily sessions of 20 minutes over 4-6 weeks. After each session, patients can return home independently, and immediately resume their daily routine. Check us out!

Welcome to Insight Counseling Colorado, LLC! Counseling for couples, families, and individuals.

Individual, couple, and family therapy in a genuine and judgement-free environment.

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How full is your emotional bank account?

When you build up enough positive interactions with your partner, your emotional bank account is strong. Your relationship will be able to weather the difficult times better, and it will keep you on track for maintaining a healthy, happy life together.

Learn strategies for building goodwill in your relationship by attending The Art and Science of Love Virtual Couples Workshop. Master Trainers Donald Cole, D.Min. and Carrie Cole, M.Ed. will show you why millions of couples worldwide have benefited from the Gottman Method. Register today:

Timeline Photos 05/02/2021

Timeline Photos


Let’s support that. (~from my book, 'Hearticulations')

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month - love is respect 02/08/2021

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month - love is respect

Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month - love is respect Your browser history can be monitored without your knowledge and it can never be wiped completely. Think your internet use might be monitored? Call us at 1.866.331.9474. 10/19/2020

What to Do When Nothing Feels Good Managing anhedonia, a serious but treatable depression symptom.


In oneself lies the whole world and if you know how to look and learn, the door is there and the key is in your hand. Nobody on earth can give you either the key or the door to open, except yourself.

Jiddu Krishnamurti


Wise words from Lindsay Brahman

A lot of us begin as clients with the expectation that the therapist will be the expert, that they’ll speak (or help us find for ourselves) some magic words that must be uttered for us to heal, and that- like most professional relationships- there won’t be difficult discussions that engage conflict.

In fact, experiencing and then repairing miscommunications, disagreements, and ruptures is a key part of how works. See, how we respond to relational is a story uniquely wired in to each of our brains, and if we always do what we've always done, that wiring gets stronger- and if that story is making it hard for us to form supportive, satisfying relationships, that's a problem.

Good relational therapy makes room for emotionally charged conflict, and makes it safe for us to choose to stay, engage, and experiment with handling conflict differently. Doing so has a powerful ability to change our brains by giving us vividly emotional experiences that help rewrite old stories with new endings in a way that just learning about relationship skills can't- creating a greater capacity to form and maintain fulfilling relationships beyond therapy.

Get a poster/handout of this doodle via the link in my profile, or read the blog post for more of the science behind this concept.


The Trauma Project

Some selected resources for general audience and clinicians. 06/26/2020

Perspective | Why kids love building forts — and why experts say they might need them more than ever Kids are using sheets, pillows, blankets and more to create safe havens as the covid-19 world feels out of their control.


Regis University

The Regis University Center for Counseling and Family Therapy provides low- to no-cost online counseling services for our surrounding communities. Individual, couple, family and child play therapy services are available. Call 303.964.5786 or email [email protected] to schedule an appointment.


Tiny Buddha


The Gottman Institute

The difference between happy and unhappy couples is the proportion between positive and negative interactions. This is a very specific ratio that makes love last called the "magic ratio" based on research by Dr. John Gottman and Robert Levenson.

That “magic ratio” is 5:1 during conflict and the outside of conflict is even higher. This means that for every negative interaction during conflict, a stable and happy relationship has five (or more) positive interactions. By focusing on the positives of your relationship such as the good moments from your past and your partner’s admirable traits, you infuse positive energy into your relationship.

Read more in-depth about the list of interactions that couples can use to maintain positivity and closeness:



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Here’s what we know— and don’t know— about schizophrenia:


TESSA of Colorado Springs

Great Tips for helping a friend experiencing domestic abuse during COVID-19.

Thanks The National Network to End Domestic Violence for this graphic 05/08/2020

Defensiveness: An Exclusive Interview With Drs. John & Julie Gottman Down-regulating one’s own defensiveness is the "work" in Making Relationships Work.


Artie Wu | Preside Meditation

And if this cuts out much of what you have to say, then enjoy the peace and quiet! :)


Family Care Center, LLC

You define you💙


Rachel Altvater, Psy.D., RPT-S

Anxiety is contagious. Breathe and ground yourself.


Positive Outlooks




In accordance with all guidelines set forth by the CDC and the state of CO, all therapy sessions will be available via Telehealth. Call 719.494.5189 for more info. 03/05/2020

Multidimensional impact of severe mental illness on family members: systematic review

An important study. Objective The impact of severe mental illnesses (SMIs) is not limited to the person with the illness but extends to their family members and the community where the patient comes from. In this review, we systematically analyse the available evidence of impacts of SMI on family members, including par... 02/06/2020

How to Help Teenage Girls Reframe Anxiety and Strengthen Resilience Sometimes anxiety and stress reach levels that impede a girl’s ability to navigate life effectively. Dr. Lisa Damour has tips for parents and teens to help manage these situations.


Counselling and Psychotherapy


The Dissertation Coach



In the midst of hopelessness, she woke up every day with a mission: to live beyond the limits of her body.

Speaker: Amy Purdy 01/17/2020

How 15 Positive Affirmations Can Change Your Life Research shows 80% of our self-talk is negative. Turning negative thoughts into positive ones can rewire our brains to improve our mental and physical health.


Great reminder from Finding Joy




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