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Trauma Center

   















 
Mental Health Partner’s Center of Excellence for Holistic Trauma Treatment 
A Place of Healing, Recovery and Hope
 
A program lead by experts in trauma and resilience, in collaboration with the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, the National Child (SAMHSA), Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN), and the University of Colorado. The Center of Excellence provides highly trained clinicians, excellent results-based care and comprehensive services. The Center serves children, families, and adults to help build skills to cope with trauma’s impact and cultivate hope.
 
Our Guiding Principles:
As a place of healing, recovery and hope, honor
the connection between one’s mind and body. As
a trustworthy and transparent partner in healing,
we ensure the physical and emotional safety for
clients. We create a collaborative environment
with clients by supporting empowerment and
choice. We acknowledge and honor clients’
unique cultural background and worldview
 
Treatment Modalities Include:
• Alternatives for Families Cognitive Behavioral
Therapy (AF-CBT)
• Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
• Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
(EMDR)
• Seeking Safety Groups
• Somatic Therapy
• Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
(TF-CBT)
• Trauma-informed yoga, and other complimentary
Treatments
 
We are here
Day and evening appointments available. Reach out today: (303) 443-8500 or traumacenter@mhpcolorado.org.  Services provided at 1333 Iris Ave, Boulder, CO 80304. We accept the following payments:
Medicaid
Medicare
Some commercial insurances
TriCare
Victim’s Compensation
Self-Pay
 
What is Trauma?
Trauma is an experience, event or ongoing
conditions that cause a person to feel
overwhelmed or distressed. Some examples of
traumatic events include accidents, witnessing
a disturbing incident, being sexually assaulted,
exposure to military combat, or going through
a serious medical procedure. Trauma can
negatively impact many parts of a person’s life:
their physical and mental health; family, work
and school relationships; and spiritual and
emotional well-being.
 
Have You been Affected by a Traumatic Event?
• Do you have unpredictable emotions?
• Are you experiencing nightmares or flashbacks?
• Are you having difficulty in your relationships?
• Do you have physical symptoms, such as
headaches or stomach problems?
 
If you answer yes to any of these questions, you
may be experiencing some common symptoms
of a post-traumatic stress response. We are here to help!