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Lyndsey Ryan, MA, LPC, LAC, ACS, EMDR-II


Lyndsey Ryan, MA, LPC, LAC, ACS,  EMDR-II

My name is Lyndsey Ryan. I am passionate about what I do!  I believe that there is no greater gift than connecting deeply both within ourselves, and with another person, and am privileged to do this every day. I am dedicated to helping people move through challenges, and into a life with greater vitality and meaning. I have trained in Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy, IFS, somatic psychotherapies, attachment work, and advanced EMDR techniques to support people struggling with early childhood neglect and abuse, addictions, combat trauma, and self-harming/self-defeating behaviors and thoughts.

To better work with couples as they move through relationship, I have been studying through Level 2 of PACT, developed by Dr. Stan Tatkin. This work bridges an understanding of attachment style, neuroscience, and nervous system arousal. By bringing these areas into the session, whether I am working with you individually or as a couple, we work to bring your relationships to a loving, secure-functioning place. 

My work is also strongly influenced through the research and instruction of Dr. Dan Seigel at the Mindsight Institute, alongside the somatic experiencing work of Dr. Peter Levine and via Internal Family Systems. Functional applications of mindfulness practices, genetics, nutrition, and “epinutrition” also inform my practice.

I have studied in Seminar with the Boulder Association of Jungian Analysts to deepen my understanding of the unconscious, myth, and spirit. 

I am Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC) in Colorado. I have completed training and earned my ACS - Advanced Clinical Supervisor certification. I am also trained in EMDR and Modified trauma and attachment EMDR protocol training programs.

I am a Member of EMDRIA , International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD), and the American Counseling Association (ACA), Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES), Rocky Mountain ACES, Counselors for Social Justice (CJS), and International Association of Addictions and Offender Counselors (IAAOC). I graduated Naropa University with my Master of Arts in Contemplative Psychotherapy, and utilize a broader contemplative lens as well as more Buddhism specific lens in my work.


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