• InReach Will Stop Serving Clients on September 16, 2016

    Dear Friend of InReach, It is with a heavy heart that we are announcing that after 17 years, InReach (formerly the Boulder Institute of Psychotherapy and Research) will be closing its doors. Over its lifespan, InReach has provided therapy to over 1500 people; affected over 4000 children; trained 36 therapists; provided continuing education for over […]

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  • Seeds of Change 2016

    April 25, 2016 – April 25, 2016 Hotel Boulderado Event Center Map and Directions | Register Description: Join us for lunch! We would love to have you as our guest. Seeds of Change is a showcase of InReach’s programs and services. You will learn how we serve traumatized adults and children, how we help individuals […]

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    InReach Has Moved!

    We are delighted to announce that we have moved to a new location, 311 Mapleton Avenue, Suite 231 in Boulder, CO.  Nestled against the foothills, just a stone’s throw from the Mt. Sanitas trailhead, we have stunning views and room to grow.  The move was largely motivated by the growing expense of downtown Boulder rental […]

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    Colorado Gives Day 2015! 5 Reasons to Donate!

    Five Reasons to Donate to InReach this Colorado Gives Day  We provide treatment for children, adolescents, and adults who could otherwise not afford treatment.  Some people believe that since the Affordable Care Act came into being, everyone has access to mental health services. This is simply not true.  The most economically challenged individuals receive Medicaid […]

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    When Rain is Triggering

    Remember when rain was just…well, rain? I know for many who lived through the 2013 Colorado flood, a rainstorm will never again be the brief interlude between days and days of sunshine. Instead, rain has become a threat, a taunt, “This might be only the beginning of the devastation.” Unfortunately, (or fortunately, as the case […]

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    Temper Tantrums

    [Question]  My four year old has started having temper tantrums again.  He hasn’t had any since he was about two years old.  Is this normal?  When should I seek help? What should I do about them? [Answer] Dear A., Temper tantrums are most common in toddlers but do occur in children up to about age 5.  […]

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  • Preventing Suicide

    What are the warning signs of suicide?

    It is national suicide prevention week so we will be sharing information about things you can do to help prevent suicide.  Today we want to increase awareness of the warning signs of suicide.  The American Association of Suicidology has come up with an pneumonic devise to help people remember the signs.  They call it IS […]

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  • 5 things you can do to get a better night’s sleep…

    I have been yawning all day so I sat down to analyze what I did wrong and decided to share what I know about sleep in adults. (Some of this is true for children too.) 1) Turn off all screens and keep light low ½ hour to 1 hour before bedtime.  With artificial light our […]

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  • 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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