Lauren Landy, Ph.D.

Therapist

  • Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colorado, Boulder

I wanted to work at Moving Beyond Trauma (MBT) for the opportunity to serve a community who may otherwise be unable to access trauma treatment. Working with trauma is important to me because of its pervasiveness in our society. Trauma warrants specific focus and requires being able to engage in the type of relationship-building that can be so necessary and beneficial for survivors. I have witnessed the power of clients’ traumas being seen, acknowledged and validated.

For a variety of reasons, clients’ trauma histories are not always comprehensively addressed in therapy unless it is made a focus. At MBT, trauma-focused therapy directly addresses the context and history that informs clients’ day-to-day challenges and in doing so, increases understanding, self-compassion, and behavior change.

When I’m not working, I enjoy cooking, being in nature, outdoor activities (hiking, camping, backpacking, skiing), taking classes at the gym, and spending time with loved ones. Fievel improves my daily experience at work.

Our Staff is Dedicated to Making a Difference

For 55 years, Mental Health Partners (MHP) has been dedicated to providing high-quality mental health care and addiction recovery services in a supportive, welcoming and confidential environment. Everyone at MHP – the Board of Directors, Executive Team, licensed clinicians and support team members – work together towards a common vision of creating healthy minds, healthy lives and healthy communities. MHP accomplishes this through its core values of empathy, hope, healing environment, wellness, teamwork, partnership and excellence.

As a 501(c)(3), nonprofit organization, Mental Health Partners relies on community support to help us provide convenient, affordable and accessible mental health and addiction recovery services to individuals and families in Boulder and Broomfield counties. This support is appreciated and valued.