Patricia Burnett, Couples Counselor and Work-life Coach
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Do you wonder, where did love go? And when did it get replaced with resentments?
Why can’t the two of you resolve the simplest things without being mean to each other?
If the answers elude you, please let me help. Let me help you get along better and be happier. You can re-find that love with some couples or individual counseling that focuses not just on “the problems” but also on the behaviors that successful couples model and you can learn.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP). I also am the co-author of “Toxic Stress: 7 Steps to Recovery” (Ann Arbor Media, 2004).
I have completed Level 1 Training in Gottman Method Couples Therapy and use its principles and techniques, which are based on more than 35 years of Dr. Gottman’s research on marriage, relationships and parenting. Several times a year, I offer a one-day class based on “The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work” by Gottman, as well as private VIP days based on this book.
I am a relationship therapist, helping couples and individuals overcome conflicts and resentments. I really like working with couples. It helps that I have been married 36 years and know the territory from the personal side as well as the professional.
I also specialize in workplace issues, drawing on my many years of management experience and training in my first career, as a newspaper editor. I help people deal with difficult bosses and co-workers, handle stress, organize and time-manage.
I am located in the city of Centennial, across the street from the city of Greenwood Village, just west of the Denver Tech Center at 6059 S. Quebec St., Suite 203. My office is in a suite in the Creekside II office condos. My clients tend to come from Centennial, Greenwood Village, Aurora, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch and Littleton.
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CNA HPSO, expires in December
6059 S. Quebec St., Suite 203