"One can live magnificently in this world if one knows how to work and how to love." -Leo Tolstoy

 

Mindful Psychotherapy is a place of refuge for overburdened city dwellers. Our mission is to provide a protected space of compassion, safety and stability with the purpose of helping you lead a fuller, richer life.

 

We offer individual, family, group psychotherapy and coaching.

 


 

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We specialize In

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Depression and Anxiety
Substance Abuse
Eating Disorders
Addiction and Compulsive Behaviors
LGBTQ
Acculturation and Cross Cultural Issues
Life and Career Transitions
Low Self Esteem

Personal Growth
Panic Attacks
Trauma
Loss and Grief
Relationship Issues
Social Anxiety
Stress Management

Discover your source of inner confidence & personal fulfillment

 

Our individual counseling sessions have at their foundation the goal of helping each person function at his or her best. We aim to help each individual attain more complete self understanding; develop skills for improving relationships; find new ways to cope with stress and anxiety; improve communication skills; break negative and self-destructive patterns; increase career satisfaction; and, increase self esteem and self-confidence.

 

 

"What makes a relationship mature is the degree to which people can own their part, their responsibility for the messes and the improvements" - Esther Perel

 

Couple and family therapy can be necessary to help develop better communication skills, resolve conflict and create healthy, more flexible boundaries between loved ones. Most couples and families are driven to therapy because of a crisis such as a divorce, loss or repetitive fighting. Couple and family therapy can help resolve old patterns of interacting and create space for healthy rewarding connection.

 

 

"Success in group creates success in life"

 

Group therapy can be a powerful way to work through interpersonal issues related to the past, present and future. Groups function as a microcosm of the real world. Safe, confidential group psychotherapy can provide the space to allow one to work through issues that may hinder personal development. HOW? Because hearing how other people have dealt with their issues, even simply how another person suffers from something we know, can help us understand our own predicament.

 

 
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Women’s Voices in Group 

"What are the words you do not yet have? What do you need to say?" -Audre Lorde.

Mindful Founder and Executive Director, Yoon Kane LCSW, IFSCP, CGP will be co-leading a full-day institute and a half-day experiential training group with Saralyn Masselink, LCSW, CGP in Denver and Los Angeles. This training opportunity for therapists will explore cultural expectations as a ‘passionate bad fit’ for women and ways they are unconsciously repeated in group.

These experiential training workshops will explore questions such as: What are women’s relationships to having power and agency? What does the fear of power communicate about the female self and early relationships with caregivers? How can group provide reparative experiences that counter dysfunctional cultural norms?

Be sure to connect with Yoon Im Kane LCSW, PC for questions and discussion. She will be part of the expert panel at the FCGPS Annual conference in Denver Sunday 11/11/18 4:00-5:30pm.

Look forward to seeing you there!


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FCGPS Annual Conference
(more info) Aurora, Colorado
November 10, 2018

AGPA Annual Conference
(more info) Los Angeles, California
February 25 - March 2, 2019