During these unprecedented times, it can be much easier to feel isolated, unproductive, depressed, or anxious. While these are things we want to fix as soon as we can, reaching out to talk with someone can feel like trying to lift a car over your head when the world already feels so overwhelming. If you’re reading this, then you’ve already taken the first step toward reaching out for help – be proud of yourself!
Frank Binder’s aim is to help you work through the symptoms and experiences that are preventing you from living up to the potential that you see within yourself. He believes that the most important part of a successful counseling relationship is just that – the relationship. All of the techniques in the world mean nothing if we don’t first connect on a deeply human level. Frank’s work is centered on clients feeling comfortable enough in therapy to collaboratively create the space for vulnerability.
At Foundations Counseling, Frank Binder works with a wide variety of clients who may be seeking services that include:
- Mental Health and Wellness – depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, substance use, trauma and abuse recovery, grief and loss, boundaries, life transitions
- Children, Adolescents, and Teens – school and family issues, self-esteem and self-worth issues, life coaching and goal setting, effects of divorce, autism spectrum, self-injury and cutting, anger and defiance
- Relationship Dynamics – family relationships, adolescent development, attachment issues and disorders, codependency, conflict resolution, school problems, assertiveness training
- Growth-Oriented Counseling – career counseling, workplace conflicts, burnout, motivation, quarter- and mid-life crises, relocation, empowerment
Frank Binder is a National Certified Counselor. He graduated from the University of Colorado Denver with a Master of Arts Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and also earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado Boulder. He utilizes person-centered and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), as well as a variety of other techniques approaches, ranging from narrative to solution-focused therapy.
Frank has worked in the mental health profession for more than six years and has experience in a wide variety of areas, including inpatient art therapy, working with developmental disabilities, job coaching, Applied Behavioral Analysis Therapy (ABA Therapy), and school counseling. He also has experience administering cryotherapy and sensory deprivation.