• BIPR announces Psychology Post-Doc Fellowships & Social Work and Psychology Post-Masters Fellowships

    The Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy and Research (BIPR) is offering Post-doctoral and Post-Masters Fellowships beginning July 1, 2014. The training at BIPR is rich in attachment theory, the impact of trauma on the brain, and neurobiologically informed psychodynamic psychotherapy.  Clients range from very young children to adults.  Couples, group and family therapy are also possible.  […]

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  • Healing Trauma and Attachment Issues with EMDR

    BlogTalkRadio Interview.  Suzanne Marcus Fletcher interviews Cynthia Divino, Ph.D., Executive Director BIPR Healing Trauma with EMDR        

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  • Healing from the Flood

    Healing From the Flood Our hearts go out to all who have lost their homes or sustained damage in the flood.  We also know that this has been traumatic for the whole community.  We would like to help.  BIPR offers affordable mental health care to all people in the surrounding areas.  Our expertise is in […]

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  • Debriefing Support Group for Adults Recovering from the Flood

    September 23, 2013 – September 23, 2013 2133 13th Street Map and Directions | Register Description: The purpose of this group is to give adults support after the flood.  Meet with warm, supportive leaders and connect with people who have experienced similar things.  We have found that it is very helpful to talk about your […]

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  • Recovering from the Flood

    Recovering from the Trauma of the Flood Our hearts go out to all who have lost their homes or sustained damage in the flood.  We also know that this has been traumatic for the whole community.  We would like to help.  BIPR offers affordable mental health care to all people in the surrounding areas.  Our […]

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  • Front Porch Lecture Series Presents: Nancy McWilliams, Ph.D.

    Friday September 20, 2013 – Friday September 20, 2013 Nomad Theater Map and Directions | Register Description: Relational Trauma, Attachment Disturbance, and Personality Style: Therapeutic Implications of Different Developmental Narratives Implications of Different Developmental Narratives Understanding developmental narratives can have a profound impact on the way therapists approach the treatment of their clients or patients.  […]

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  • Dealing with Anxiety or Fears in a Preschool Child

    Question: My 3-year-old daughter, a passionate little girl who definitely falls close to the “highly sensitive” end of the temperament spectrum, spent much of our 3-week vacation growling at every family member who entered the room and saying things like “No! You can’t be here. Don’t look at me. Go away!” In general, her first […]

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  • Children Stealing or Shoplifting

    Stealing in an 8 year-old Hello, I have a beautiful, mostly cheerful, intelligent and well behaved eight-year-old who never seems to put a foot wrong. However, I have recently discovered she has been stealing and, on two occasions, shop lifting. We have made her take the items back to the store, pay for them and […]

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  • Psychology/Social Work Training Director Opening

    Training Director : This is a wonderful opportunity to help our Training Program grow. As the Training Director you will be instrumental in making the program one of the strongest internship and Post-Graduate sites in the area. It is our intention to become an APA approved internship site. This volunteer position is likely to turn […]

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  • Psychology Post-doctoral Fellowship/Post-Masters Fellowship deadline extended.

    BIPR has extended its deadline to April 30, 2013 for Applications for Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship/Pre-Doctoral Internship We are now accepting applications for a Post-Doctoral/or  Pre-doctoral Internships starting July 1, 2013.  The position is a two-year, approximately 25 hour/week commitment.  Applications are due April  30, 2013. The training at BIPR is rich in attachment theory, the […]

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