Welcome, I'm Meredith
I'm a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the founder of Rooted Wellness Counseling, based in Boulder, Colorado. I specialize in counseling and empowering adults (18+) who are ready for things to improve via online therapy. I believe that therapy is a collaborative process that leads to positive change, and my gift is creating a safe, accepting and insightful space for others to heal and grow.
My very sleepy
My approach is solution-focused and driven by self-compassion. I love to help people tune into their personal strengths, take control of their thinking patterns, and create a plan to overcome and address what brought them to counseling. With degrees in both Psychology and Clinical Social Work, I take a holistic view, considering your mind/body connection and the impact of external factors on your wellness. All of my sessions are trauma-informed and culturally sensitive.
Modalities I'm trained in + use in my practice, include:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy
Cognitive Processing Therapy
My background includes extensive experience in medical, community and clinical settings, helping adults of all ages overcome a variety of challenges and concerns. Through these experiences, I've developed expertise in several areas:
Anxiety + Panic
Shame + Self-Worth
Stress + Grief
Relationships + Trauma
You can read more about my therapy specialties here.
Colorado Licensed Clinical Social Worker #09925874
BS- Psychology- Drake University
MSW- Clinical Social Work- USC
As A Person
When I am not working with my wonderful clients, I am happiest outdoors! I find time in the mountains incredibly rejuvenating and "fill my cup" by hiking, camping, and trying new activities throughout the beautiful state of Colorado. I am a morning person who loves coffee, sunshine, laughing, and good music.
I truly believe that providing therapy is my purpose and work hard to take care of my own mental health so that I can be the fully present and engaged therapist that you deserve. This means that I "practice what I preach" as far as regularly using my own coping skills, healthy outlets, and supports.