InReach (formerly known as the Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy and Research or BIPR) builds bridges between the latest advances in the knowledge of human development and effective services that promote healthy lives and communities.
InReach was founded in 1999 by a group of 25 experienced, respected mental health professionals to promote the healthy psychological development of children, adults and the community by providing affordable mental health services, community education, professional training, consultation and research to the Boulder County community. Basing its approach on the most current brain research as well as empirically-based techniques, InReach’s primary focus is to address the enduring consequences of trauma, neglect and biologically-based conditions on individuals and the larger community. The organization received its 501(c)(3) status in 2000. Since its inception, InReach has provided low or reduced fee mental health services (including assessment, testing, and consultation) to a diverse population of adults, children, adolescents and families.
InReach envisions a future where its therapeutic model transforms communities through the early development of healthy minds and secure, resilient relationships.
We seek a vibrant community in which one’s differences are celebrated.
Equal Access:We believe that people of all ages, from all economic and cultural backgrounds should have equal access to mental health resources and services.
We believe in an environment that fosters collaboration among experts, practitioners and those in need of their services.
We seek to build one’s capacity for mental and emotional health and are committed to supporting everyone in reaching their full potential.
We are committed to promoting validated, empirically based, state of the art knowledge.
We are dedicated to building a community armed with the latest advances in mental health and human development.
RelationshipWe believe strong, supportive relationships among our staff, clients, families, and our partners is essential.
InReach celebrates diversity and appreciates each individual’s unique characteristics. In accordance with state, federal, and municipal laws, this organization intends to comply with these laws which preclude negative discrimination because of race, disability, color, creed, religion, gender, age, marital status, sexual orientation, gender expression, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, military status, or any other protected classification.This policy applies to all activities of InReach, including but not limited to employment, selection of volunteers, selection of trainees, purchasing, selecting vendors or consultants or providing service. InReach defines “negative discrimination” to include (but not necessarily be limited to) denial of services, employment, or volunteer opportunities to any class of individuals in a manner that negatively restricts opportunities to that class of individuals.
Dr. Divino has served as the Assistant Director of the Child and Family Treatment Center of Children’s Hospital of San Francisco and as Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. [Click on name to read full bio]
Elizabeth’s had 12 years supporting individuals and groups in their educational goals, social-emotional development and in navigating difficult life transitions. [Click on name to view full bio]
Dr. Charatan has taught, supervised and served as the Training Director for BIPR, and will be taking over as the Chair of its Front Porch Lecture Series. She is also the founder of the Psychobabble Series. [Click on name for bio]
Lisa bring talent and experience in Bookkeeping, Graphic Design, Sales and Marketing, contributing to various facets of InReach. [Click on name to view full bio]