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InReach provides affordable counseling to children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. Psychoeducational and Psychodiagnostic testing are also provided.  InReach is committed to helping under-served and under-privileged individuals and families.

InReach is renowned for its expertise in Trauma and Attachment.  Our highly trained staff get continual education in the most groundbreaking advances in these areas and find creative ways to help people transform their lives.

While we are dedicated to providing high quality psychotherapy regardless of the ability to pay and offer low fee psychotherapy and reduced fee psychotherapy, we see people across a wide socioeconomic range.

We can help with:

  • Attachment Disorders
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Trauma
  • Sexual and Physical Abuse
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Child Behavior Problems
  • Parenting
  • Adjustment to Life Changes
  • Grief and Loss



  • Child psychotherapy including Play Therapy
  • Adolescent Psychotherapy
  • Adult Psychotherapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Psychological testing


Zero to Five Services

  • Parent/Infant Dyadic Therapy
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Parent/Toddler Psychotherapy
  • Parent/Preschool Child Psychotherapy
  • Developmental, Cognitive and Psychological Testing
  • Parenting Education Groups
  • Cool Kids Club





Andrea Andrea Alvarado Pre-Doctoral Extern
Andrea is a pre-doctoral extern and is currently in her fourth year of the school psychology doctoral program at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. Andrea’s research interests are in the area of trauma, transitions from inpatient/residential to home and school, and foster care. She has experience working in various levels of residential treatment, as well as in public schools in northern Colorado. Additional clinical experience includes working with underrepresented populations such as refugees, early literacy attainment in children, grief and trauma, executive functioning impairments, and interventions with children who are on the Autism spectrum. Supervision provided by Deena Raffe, Ph.D, Moana Kruschwitz, Ph.D, and Jim Waters, Ph.D.
Polly S. Douglas, MA, Contract Therapist
Polly S. Douglass is a contract therapist and a Licensed Professional Counseling Candidate. She received her undergraduate degree in Literature from Colorado College and her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Counseling from Regis University. Polly’s counseling practice is influenced by a psychodynamic approach, with an emphasis on attachment and neurobiology. Her clinical experiences and trainings include working as a Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) group facilitator, an Independent Facilitator of Becoming a Love & Logic Parent™, aLifePlan™ Facilitator, and EMDR trained. Polly’s presence as a therapist is active, direct, and engaging. She understands that individuals and families have unique needs and she approaches each therapeutic relationship with an attitude of openness, collaboration, and mutual respect. 
Ashley Davis, MA, LPC, Pre-doctoral Intern
Ashley is a Pre-Doctoral Intern at Fielding Graduate University. Ashley has a Bachelors of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Women’s Studies from Hamilton College in New York. She received her Master of Arts degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology from Naropa University in Boulder, Colorado where she focused on developmental and child psychology, trauma, attachment, as well as family systems. Ashley’s clinical experience includes working therapeutically with adolescents, adults, couples, families and groups in a variety of therapeutic settings. She has worked in residential and wilderness therapy programs, in community mental health settings, and she currently has a private practice working with adolescents, adults and families. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado, an EMDRIA Certified Therapist in EMDR, and a Certified Gestalt Psychotherapist. Supervision provided by Elyse Morgan, PhD, and Jackie Schwartz, PhD.
As seen on a Sussex Directories Inc site Shannon Lamb, MSW
Shannon received her Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Denver. She provides counseling for children, teens & adults. Her extensive training and personal experience with stress management and empowerment allows her to relate to and help clients cultivate healthy coping skills. By providing non-judgmental support and instructional guidance, Shannon reminds us how to live life with more vibrancy and fullness. She is also a Certified Mindfulness Instructor for Children and Adolescents and has received trainings from Mindful Schools, MindUp, Mindfulness in Schools Project, Mindful Life, and serves as a Board Director at Be Mindful located in Denver, Colorado.
Marian Salley, MSW, LSW, Contract Therapist
Marian received her Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies at the University of Colorado in 2004 and received her Master of Social Work at Smith College School for Social Work in 2012. While attending Smith College School for Social Work, Marian interned at Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy and Research (BIPR) as well as Mental Health Partners as part of the Maslin Recovery Team. Her individual and group education, training, and clinical practice are grounded in the psychodynamic tradition with an emphasis on attachment and neurobiology. As well, she has training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and course and group work in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT). While Marian works with myriad mental health difficulties and age groups, she is particularly adept with women’s issues, young adult’s life transition and gender issues, depression, interpersonal relational struggles, and personality disorders. Currently, Marian continues her work at BIPR; is a post-masters fellow at the University of Colorado, Wardenburg Health Center, Psychological Health and Psychiatry; and maintains a burgeoning private practice. Supervision provided by Debbie Gould, LCSW.
David Sullivan, MSW, Contract Therapist
Dave Sullivan completed his Masters in Social Work in 2013 at Smith College School for Social Work.  Dave’s approach to psychotherapy utilizes a psychodynamic approach integrating neurobiological, attachment, and relational concepts.  Dave has worked in clinical settings for the last 8 years in Boulder, Denver, and Longmont.  Much of his work has been with adolescents and young adults; in addition, he’s worked with veterans, families, and children.  Dave is also a Certified Addiction Counselor (CAC II) in the state of Colorado, working with drugs, alcohol, gambling, and specializing in technology addictions.. Supervision provided by Mark Grassman, MSW, LCSW.
As seen on a Sussex Directories Inc site  Erin Wolfe, MA., Contract Therapist
Erin has a Masters degree in Transpersonal Counseling from Naropa University and is a play therapist and parent educator for InReach.  She has had advanced trainings in the Treatment of Trauma from the Sensorimotor Psychotherapy Institute and the Play Therapy Institute of Colorado. Her therapeutic approach brings together cutting edge neuroscience, attachment theory, mindfulness and authenticity, allowing her to enter a child’s world, to understand the struggles they are facing, and to support them in mastering even the most challenging situations and resolving the most difficult behaviors.
 carol Carol Stanwood, MA, LPC, Contract Therapist
Carol Stanwood completed her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology at the University of Colorado, Denver in 2003. After earning the Counseling degree and becoming licensed as a Professional Counselor, Carol has worked with adults who dealt with a broad range of problems including depression, anxiety, stress management, student adjustments, burn out, self-esteem issues, loss of income, change in finances, relationship problems, retirement and midlife issues, grief and loss and chronic pain. She has been successful in helping people discover stuck points and make changes which, they have reported, have led to a lessening of the issues that brought them to therapy and to more satisfaction in their lives.Carol currently lives in a community of older adults and has provided support groups there for relocated flood survivors and people impacted by the death of another resident. As a singer who frequently leads sing-alongs of “oldies” for retirement communities, Carol recognizes the healing value of self-expression in community.
Ben_Green  Benjamin White, MSW, LSW, Contract Therapist
Ben holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from the Smith College School for Social Work, a B.A. in self-psychology from Colorado College. Having directed wilderness-based programs for Boston University and Colorado College, Ben embarked on a clinical career having observed a need for mental health treatment among college-age young adults. He is particularly interested and adept at working with the various ways that mental health issues affect people’s relationships. He incorporates these skills into his work as a therapist at AIM House in Boulder and in his clinical practice in Lafayette. In addition to these commitments Ben is the founder of “The Climate Within”, dedicated to understanding the relationship between nature and the human mind through ongoing writing, research and consultation. Ben is a licensed Social Worker in the state of Colorado, a core member of the National Association of Social Workers Colorado Practice Standards Committee (NASW) and a liaison to the Department of Regulatory Agencies on behalf of the NASW Colorado Chapter.In his spare time he can be found on all kinds of skis whenever feasible, with his dog not far behind (or ahead). Ben is an avid gardener, an amateur baker and is fascinated with apples, growing several heritage varieties in his small yard in Lafayette.
April Pojman, MA, MS, Bilingual Contract Therapist
April works as an nature-based and trauma-informed experiential therapist. She received her Master’s Degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on Wilderness Therapy from Naropa University. April has undertaken additional training in the Hakomi method of body-centered therapy as well as EMDR trauma resolution therapy. Her strengths-based approach integrates elements of Neurobiology and Attachment Theory, Ecopsychology, Somatic Psychology, Internal Family Systems, Nonviolent Communication, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, expressive arts and mind-body practices. April believes in the underlying wholeness of each person and works to help people uncover their own basic goodness in each moment. While she enjoys working with a wide range of clients, after living overseas for more than a decade she has a special interest in supporting people navigating cross-cultural transitions. In addition to working at BIPR, she maintains a private practice in Boulder.