The International Center for Contemporary Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy is a community of independent practitioners offering a range of evidence-based treatment modalities for adult and adolescent populations.
Our initial consultation allows an individual, couple or family to meet with our Clinical Director to assess needs, explore hopes and to formulate a unique treatment approach tailored to meet the mental health and healing needs of each patient.
We work with diverse populations and hold an awareness of cultural humility. We refer in-house and beyond to local, national and international clinical communities to assure the best fit for the patient. Drawing from extensive training in attachment theory, interpersonal neurobiology, psychodynamic psychotherapy, group and trauma treatment our clinicians work collaboratively with other community health care providers, with an emphasis on best practices and current research to provide clinical excellence for the patients we serve.
Gaea LoganLPC, CGP, FAGPA
Gaea is a seasoned clinician who has offered contemporary psychoanalytic psychotherapy to individuals, couples, and group as well as clinical consultation and supervision for almost forty years. She concurrently holds an LPC license in the State of Colorado and is an approved clinical supervisor LPC-S in the State of Texas. She is a Certified Group Psychotherapist, a Fellow of the American Group Psychotherapy Association, and an alumna of the Harvard Refugee Trauma Global Mental Health Program.
She is certified by the Denver Psychoanalytic Society and Institute in the area of Adult Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Her evidence-based trauma protocol, Contemplative Based Trauma and Resiliency Training has been adapted for utilization throughout the Middle East and Africa, UNICEF, UNRWA, WHO, Save the Children, and most recently Boulder Valley Care Network. In recognition of clinical excellence, social justice and international humanitarian outreach, Gaea was awarded by the Four Corners Regional Group Psychotherapy Society for Visionary Leadership and Group Innovation in 2019. She is also the 2015 recipient of the Social Responsibility Award of the American Group Psychotherapy Association.
To learn more, please contact Gaea at:
Rhiannon FinkNCL, LACCRhiannon serves adult and adolescent populations in the areas of individual, group, and couples therapy. She thinks of herself as a “co-journeyer” through the A’s of Change: Awareness, Acceptance, and Action. She has special interest and experience in the areas of substance use, abuse, and recovery; codependency; self-esteem, self-worth, and personal empowerment; relationship issues including boundaries and communication; and spiritual development. Her style is down-to-earth and relational.
Rhiannon's integrative approach includes psychodynamic, somatic, neuroscience, social justice, dialectical, and trauma-informed perspectives. She also calls on her 20-year daily practice and career as a yoga therapist in employing the evidence-based therapy of yoga to catalyze psychophysiological transformation. She holds a master's degree in Integral Counseling Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies.
To learn more, please contact Rhiannon at:
Eva JahnLPCC, Dipl.SWEva offers individual and group psychotherapy to adults and adolescents. Her clinical work has been focused on survivors of traumatic experience with an emphasis on exploring themes of shame, self-esteem, and racial and multicultural identities. She graduated from the California Institute for Integral Studies with a master's degree in Integral Counseling Psychology and holds a Social Work degree from the University of Applied Science in Germany.
As a trauma-informed psychotherapist, she takes an integrative approach that includes psychodynamic psychotherapy, neuroscience, and contemplative-based trauma and resiliency training. Eva's clinical work is rooted in social justice and anti-racism celebrating both personal and collective liberation.
To learn more, please contact Eva at:
Elizabeth DriscollLPCElizabeth offers individual and group psychotherapy to adult and adolescent populations. She received her master's degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University and now serves as faculty in the graduate program in Contemplative Psychology. As faculty of the International Center for Mental Health & Human Rights she has facilitated the Contemplative Based Trauma & Resiliency curriculum through Boulder Valley Care Network and online internationally. Committed to excellence in the field of group facilitation, she serves on the Board of Directors for the Four Corners Group Psychotherapy Society.
To learn more, please contact Elizabeth at:
Jackie AshleyLPC, BC-DMT, ACS, ESMHLJackie is an experienced clinician offering somatic mindfulness-based psychotherapy for individuals and groups across the lifespan, as well as clinical consultation and supervision. As a dance/movement therapist, trained in Somatic Experiencing, she believes in our innate resiliency to heal from unresolved trauma which often results in anxiety, depression, or attachment disruption. She is a senior adjunct faculty in the Graduate School of Psychology at Naropa University. Jackie integrates somatic awareness, contemplative practice, equine therapy and analytic psychotherapy to help clients integrate the emotional, physical, and spiritual experience.
To learn more, please contact Jackie at:
Our office is located on 1244 Pine Street in Boulder, Colorado. If you would like to speak with one of our clinicians today or schedule an initial consultation call + 720 690 1910 or contact us through the form below.