Welcome to a liberating path of personal growth and healing!

Deciding to begin therapy is never an easy choice, but counseling can lead to deep and lasting change that is necessary to live a life that is worth living.

 

Linda Hsieh, MA, LPC provides holistic and multicultural, LGBTQI-affirming, social justice counseling and therapy to individuals and groups. Her approach is always tailored to meet her client's needs. Her therapeutic orientation is Jungian, humanistic, existential, mindfulness-based, trauma-informed and always client-centered. She has training in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Gestalt Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, and Brainspotting.

 

 

Mission

To heal, empower and connect individuals and communities through holistic, body-centered psychotherapy, group therapy and community involvement.

 

Services

Linda Hsieh provides individual therapy in Denver, Colorado for a variety of needs including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), intimate partner and domestic violence/abuse, healing from sexual assault/abuse, identity development, healing attachment wounds, life transitions, stress reduction, trauma resolution, and interpersonal/relational growth and development.  Group therapy can also be a powerful avenue for personal change at a more affordable cost.  More information on groups is provided below.

 

To schedule an appointment, call (720) 429-3047.

 

 

Groups

QTPOC Dream Group

A safe, healing space for Queer and Trans People of Color to come together, share experiences and build community using dreams.  A life issues support group using dreams to develop insights and understanding into one's life and the human condition.  Participants keep a dream journal as part of the process and discuss their life narratives as well as current issues in life.

 

Therapist Support Group

A mindfulness-based support group for direct service providers, so you can do the work you love sustainably!  Here we can address counter transference, burn out and vicarious trauma, as well as personal life issues that tie into and impact our work as counselors.  This supports one's personal development and development as a therapist by making sure your work is clean of projections.

 

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