Offering you and your family a wide range of counseling services.

Indigo Stray Conger

Indigo Stray Conger

Couples/Marriage Therapy
Women’s Issues
Denver - Mile High Psycotherapy, 1777 S Bellaire St., Suite #200, Denver, CO 80222

If you are searching for a forum to improve your relationships and to become your best self, without shame, secrecy, or having to fit into anyone else’s concept of “normal”, then contact me. I recognize the unhealthy dynamics that can become entrenched between people who care deeply for one other. I help clients return to the connection and vulnerability that they have lost and guide my clients towards reclaiming the space between them as joyful and exciting. I am accepting of and familiar with alternative lifestyles, including BDSM, swinging, polyamory and queer as well as more traditional relationship styles.

Educational Background and Experience: 
Bachelors from Gallatin at New York University
Masters of Somatic Psychotherapy from California Institute of Integral Studies
Co-Director/Therapist at Mile High Psychotherapy since 2011
Stress Management Instructor at Wellness Treatment Center Intensive Outpatient Program 2011-2014
Counselor at Denver Family Institute 2010-2011
Therapist at Sherman Elementary School, San Francisco 2009
Counselor at Center for Somatic Psychotherapy, San Francisco 2008-2009
Clinical Trainings, Certifications, and Professional Memberships: 
Certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy from Denver Family Institute
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Counselor since 2008
Expertise, Interests, Specialties: 
Relationship/Couples Therapy
Somatic Psychotherapy/Mindfulness Practices
Accepted Insurance: 
Kaiser Permanente

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