Colleen Fitzgerald, IFS Therapist
Colleen offers a nonjudgmental and collaborative relationship with her clients to help them grow and change. She values the opportunity to be a part of someone’s change process, and she is passionate about reducing shame to encourage growth.
Though she draws on many different approaches, Colleen is trained in Internal Family Systems (IFS) and appreciates how well the IFS approach dovetails with ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. She believes in the capacity of each person to find his/her/their own answers; IFS paired with ketamine-assisted psychotherapy can create a powerful experience to access those answers.
Colleen has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including centers focusing on eating disorder treatment and substance abuse treatment. These experiences inform her work with clients facing body image issues, relationship challenges, depression, and anxiety. An affirming therapist, Colleen welcomes LGBTQIA+ clients.
Colleen has a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. For clients who are interested, she offers spiritually integrated counseling that calls on what is most meaningful to the client in order to promote healing.