Child and Family Counseling PC

Anne Poulson
License #: LPC.0012718
Fort Collins, Loveland

Ages: 12+ 

Availability: In-Person, Virtual

Areas of Focus: Anxiety, Depression, Criminal Behavior, Self-Harm, Abandonment, Body-Image Issues, LGBTQ Related Issues, Bi-Polar, PTSD, Schizophrenia, Anger Management, Couples and Marriage Counseling, Care-Giver Support, Career Coaching, End-of-Life and Grief Processing, Parenting Issues, Trauma Recovery.

Specialties: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy 

Accepted Insurances:

Anne is a compassionate and dedicated counselor with our KidStuff Counseling practice, specializing in supporting individuals and families on their unique life journeys. Her approach to therapy is grounded in meeting clients exactly where they are, guiding them with care and empathy through the choices, opportunities, and obstacles they encounter along the way.

With over 30 years of experience as an art instructor, Anne seamlessly integrates creative therapies, such as Art Therapy and Play Therapy, into her clinical practice. Children,  teens, and adults quickly develop a strong rapport with Anne, allowing for beautiful and positive transformations in their lives. She understands the power of artistic expression in the therapeutic process and uses it to help clients of all ages navigate their emotional and social needs.

Anne’s extensive training, education, and experience make her ideally skilled in addressing the social and emotional needs of clients across the lifespan. She is dedicated to guiding individuals through challenges and obstacles, enabling them to create lasting positive changes in their lives.

Anne has a deep appreciation for diversity and creativity, coupled with a profound respect for all individuals who seek to enhance their well-being. She firmly believes in the resourcefulness of every human being and their capacity to overcome hurdles and propel themselves forward in life. One of her greatest strengths is breaking down seemingly overwhelming goals into manageable, bite-sized tasks that accumulate into remarkable accomplishments.

Anne’s therapeutic expertise extends to clients of all ages and encompasses a wide range of concerns, including:

Adults, Older Children and Teens: addressing issues such as depression, anxiety, criminal behavior, self-harm, defiance, parental conflict problems, school-related challenges, abandonment issues, body image concerns, and LGBTQ-related issues.

Mental Health Counseling/Health and Wellness: supporting clients dealing with depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, anxiety, stress-related issues, self-esteem, schizophrenia, ADHD, ADD, mindfulness, and anger management.

Relationship and Family Issues: offering guidance in parenting, couples and marriage counseling, marital difficulties, divorce recovery, unresolved conflict, conflict resolution, affair recovery, attachment issues, and helping families navigate the complexities of caring for mentally ill or terminally ill family members.

Life Changes and Transitions: providing life coaching, assistance with career challenges and transitions, addressing stage-of-life issues, and offering support during end-of-life and grief and loss processes.

Anne’s educational background includes a Master of Arts Degree from the University of Northern Colorado. Her transition from a 30-year career as an art instructor to the field of Counseling was marked by the completion of her Master’s in Education – Counseling and Career Development, Community Focus, at Colorado State University. She holds licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado and is a National Certified Counselor.

Anne’s combination of artistic creativity, deep empathy, and expert counseling skills make her an incredible resource here at KidStuff. Her ability to empower clients of all ages to overcome obstacles, realize their potential, and navigate life’s challenges sets her apart as a dedicated and effective therapist.

Wonder Woman Client Care Award

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