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Ronald W. Tallman, M.Th. 


Individual Therapy, Relationship and Family Counseling

 

   

Offices Near Parker Road and I-225 in Southeast Denver 

 

    Phone:  303-369-8877          Fax: 303-636-9938        ron@denvercounselor.com      

        

Feel free to call us at 303-369-8877 to discuss your concerns.

There is no charge for a fifteen minute initial evaluation discussion on the phone.

The information below provides a brief introduction to some issues and how they may be treated.

 Each person is unique. Our therapy is tailored to your life experiences and the outcomes you wish to achieve

Click on any item listed in BLUE or RED below or in WHITE to the left for more information.

 

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About Us.  Information about Ronald W. Tallman, M.Th.   

Brief Description of our Holistic and Integrative Therapies.  

Testimonials       I was in therapy for over 20 years with 10 different psychiatrists,  psychologists, and social workers for Bipolar Disorder, uncontrollable anger, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Ron was the only one who truly understood me and helped me get control of my life. (Male, age 50).   Click here for more Testimonials

Books about Holistic and Integrative Therapies.  

Emotional Issues  Anger.  Mood Swings.  Low Energy/Depression.  Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).  Anxiety. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Recovery from Abuse  New methods of treatment can heal the pain from abuse as a child or an adult.

Addictions and Compulsions  Television, Video Games,  Mobile Phones, Computers. Eating. Shopping. Gambling. 

Fears (Phobias)     Fear of Flying, Fear of Water, Claustrophobia, Fear of success and other fears

Becoming Smoke Free  Our basic Stop Smoking Plan is 4 sessions.

Relief from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Recently discovered methods of treatment can often bring substantial reduction in the symptoms of PTSD.

Romance   How to select a healthy partner and develop a long term relationship.

Creating a Loving Family    Stop the Arguments. Learn to build trust again.  Effective Parenting

Men's Issues

Mid-Life Awakening for Men    Men who raise fundamental questions about their lives are often discounted by being told they are going through a "mid-life crisis".  In our therapy we take these times of deep introspection seriously as a natural part of healthy maturation. We call these times "Awakening" for they provide an opportunity for men to learn more about themselves and choose how they will live their lives in the next phase of their journey.

Mid-Life Awakening for Women Women in their middle years who have seen their primary purpose as raising children often feel confused when the children head off to college. This is often referred to as "The Empty Nest Syndrome."  That title is far too simplistic and somewhat demeaning. In our therapy we take these times of deep introspection seriously as a natural part of healthy maturation. We call these times "Awakening" for they provide an opportunity for women to learn more about themselves and choose how they will live their lives in the next phase of their journey.

Medical Issues  Control pain, blood pressure, stress.  Improve your immune system.  Mental imaging to assist healing.

Finding Meaning and Purpose in Life  

Becoming Ageless   Your genetic make up is only part of the equation on aging. Your unconscious programming is crucial to staying energetic and healthy.

Building Self Confidence  

Nov. 08, 2014

 

 

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