Offering Counseling for Couples, Families and Individuals in Search of More Fulfilling Connection...
The power of the wolf brings forth instinct, intelligence, appetite for freedom, and awareness of the importance of social connections. This animal can also symbolize fear of being threatened and lack of trust.
As human beings, social connection, fear and trust are fundamental to thriving and surviving. However, fear and lack of trust when not understood or communicated in a way that others can understand will affect our ability to connect with ourselves, others and our environment.
An ongoing lack of connection can erode self-esteem and perpetuate relationship conflict and dissatisfaction, depression, anger, anxiety, addiction, stress, etc., thus further decreasing connection. When ignored, this cycle can escalate and lead to more destructive forms of survival and attempts to connect.
Wolf Counseling offers relational, systemic, experiential and mindfulness approaches to create change and connection when counseling clients. Wolf Counseling also specializes in trauma-informed care, attachment, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, addiction and Anger Management.
Leah Wolf holds a Master's degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, and a Bachelor's degree in Contemplative Psychology with a focus in Humanistic & Transpersonal and Somatic Psychology. She is a marriage and family therapist candidate for licensure in her field, and is authorized by the Colorado Department of Regulations Division of Occupations to practice psychotherapy for couples, families and individuals.