ANDRES ZAMBRANO, Psychotherapist
Andrés graduated from Naropa University with a Master’s Degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy. Andrés has a holistic approach to psychotherapy, rooted in the belief that healing is most effective if it addresses the full range of the human experience, including body, mind and spirit. His perspectives on healing stem from his personal work in different wisdom traditions of the world: Andrés has received training in shamanic traditions of South, Central, and North America. He completed his yoga teacher training in India, studied massage therapy in Thailand and has practiced chinese martial arts for several years. Additionally, he worked for three years as a wilderness field guide in a wilderness treatment program with and emphasis on addiction. Andrés is devoted to being an unconditional support for his clients, walking beside them as they heal their deepest wounds and rediscover the wisdom of their body along the way.
LETA HUNT, Psychotherapist
Leta is originally from Indiana, where she received her BA in Psychology from Butler University. During her time at Butler she contributed to health psychology research, particularly investigating the relationship between spirituality and health. After graduation, she ventured out to Denver to attend the University of Denver where she received her MA in Counseling and spent time working with the homeless and incarcerated youth. These experiences sparked her interest in trauma and finding effective treatments. Leta believes that no one is “bad,” but rather the subconscious has found creative ways to help one survive and stay safe. She is passionate about helping people to feel like their authentic self, and to trust their body, mind, and spirit. She is here to hold space for you and guide you on the trek to conquering your personal mountain.
EMILY BOSCHENSTEIN, Psychotherapist