Coherence Therapy

Coherence therapy is not an approach that seeks to diagnose you with one condition or another. It is a method that can help you navigate the resolution of tough situations you might face in life. It has been used successfully to relieve participants of a variety of psychological struggles, including:

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Feelings of under-achievement
  • Relationship struggles
  • Difficult or unsuccessful life transitions
  • Agoraphobia
  • Chronic Loneliness
  • And many more

Central to this counseling approach is the belief that people cling to coping methods which have worked for them before—even if those methods are no longer successful or aren’t applicable to the current situation. We keep these methods around because they are comfortable to us even if they aren’t helping us. Often, these are skills that we depended on during some critical time in our past and the areas of our brain which only hold on to emotional realities just can’t let go of the security that those old habits provide. Revisiting these coping methods and training the mind to accept new ones can really help to break the vicious cycles we can fall into, like the ones listed above.

At our offices in Boulder, Colorado, we are excited to explore the benefits that coherence therapy can have on your life experience. With a combination of this approach and other cognitive behavioral therapies, we believe we can accomplish a myriad of life changes that will help you grow as a person.

To ask a question or schedule a free consultation, call us at (720) 403 -2012 or contact us here to book an appointment!

Please ask for an appointment with Dr. Friedman TeBockhorst if you are particularly interested in Coherence Therapy.

Coronavirus Alert

If you have any symptoms of illness, have had contact with someone who was ill, or may otherwise have been exposed to the coronavirus, please do not come into the office to avoid spreading any infection. If you are ill or otherwise unable to come to the office, we will happily meet with you via tele-health at your appointment time, or we can assist you with rescheduling. Please call the office for assistance at (720) 387-8458 or by email at