The Boulder spiritual counseling program, also known as “spiritual coaching,” has been helping clients with their spiritual development for over 30 years.
The program offers spiritual counseling to people from all walks of life, including people who are transgender, genderqueer, lesbian, bisexual, intersex, queer, and questioning.
Boulder spiritual counselor Stephanie Wahl says the program has helped many clients who feel isolated and feel disconnected from others.
“The program is a safe space where we’re able to provide them with the support that they need,” Wahl said.
“We have a number of groups that we serve, and we have people that are really really committed to helping people find that inner peace.”
The Boulder program also provides a range of other support services including meditation, mindfulness, and yoga classes.
According to the program, about 80% of its clients are women.
“They come to the office with some of the same feelings and emotions that they feel in their private life,” Wahn said.
Many clients are transitioning from their biological male to female.
Wahl also noted that some people who identify as nonbinary, or nonbinary gender nonconforming, do not seek counseling from the program.
“If they come in, it’s usually not about gender.
It’s usually about a desire to connect with a nonbinary or gender non-conforming person who is comfortable in the gender binary, who is able to speak to them honestly and respectfully about the experience that they’re having,” Wais said.
While the Boulder program has been around for a while, Wahl has seen a shift in the way people are looking at it.
“I think that more and more people are recognizing the fact that the Boulder Spiritual counseling program is one that is really helpful for all genders,” Wahl said.
In the past, it was very common for people to refer people to other agencies, but that is changing, according to Wahl.
“Now, they’re not just referring to a non-profit.
“There are people who really need this and they don’t have the space to go to a therapist who can help them, so they might ask for a referral, or they might find a therapist that they can go to, and just have that support,” she said. “
Wais also said the program’s outreach to people in other faiths is helping to build support for the group. “
There are people who really need this and they don’t have the space to go to a therapist who can help them, so they might ask for a referral, or they might find a therapist that they can go to, and just have that support,” she said.
Wais also said the program’s outreach to people in other faiths is helping to build support for the group.
“As a nonreligious person, I’ve been really inspired by the fact, and I’m sure that the community is as well, to see that this program is also a safe place for all people,” she added.
“So that means that we’re not being seen as some sort of exotic or out of place religion.
It means that there’s a lot of people in our community that really support this.”
The program’s director, Tara Pritchard, is a psychologist and a board member of the National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTEE).
Pritcher said the Boulder spiritual counselors have helped people feel less alone and more connected to others.
Pritchers said that one of the primary reasons that the program was created was to provide a safe, safe space for people who might feel isolated.
“For me, the Boulder Spirit Counseling program is about the people that come through that office,” Pritch said.
“[We’re] there to support them and support their healing and their growth, and to offer them a safe and supportive space where they can talk openly about their needs.”
Pritchen said that the Colorado Department of Corrections, the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, and the Department of Public Safety are all involved in the program and that the state is making efforts to support it.
She said that while the Boulder center is a nonprofit, the program is not a private company.
“This is not an organization that has a private endowment,” Priester said.
The Boulder center has been a nonprofit since the 1970s, and has operated on a cash-only basis since the 1990s.
“It’s been a very successful model for a long time,” Prites said.
Prites noted that many of the Boulder centers have been instrumental in helping people with substance abuse issues and other mental health problems.
Priesch said that Boulder’s program is “a huge success story,” and that there are many more similar programs around the country.
“Many of the other centers that are out there, they have similar programs, they do it on a volunteer basis, and they’re all in different cities, and all of those places are really struggling with a crisis in their mental health care system,” Prisons said.
She added that Boulder