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Kaitlin Boyd, LPC

My Philosophy

I enjoy working with sensitive clients and welcome people from all backgrounds and identities. Clients I work well with often identify as an empath or peacekeeper. They have an honorable capacity for deep thinking and generosity towards others. On the flip side, these strengths can leave people feeling different and drained. In our work together you will learn how to bring your empathy inward to ground your nervous system, feel into your emotions, and use the mind to reassure yourself as you make brave, new choices. If you are interested in these endeavors, we will work well together.


  • Clients: Teens and adults – individual and group therapy
  • Modalities & Specialties: I use principles and techniques from CBT, Mindfulness-Based Somatic Therapy, IFS, and MI. I have also completed a 200-Hour Yoga Teacher Training and use mindfulness tools from yoga in therapy.
  • Treating: Depression, Anxiety, Being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)/Empath, Navigating Sexuality and Gender Identities, Spiritual/Existential Crises, Assertiveness/Communication, Relationship Patterns, Self-Esteem


  • MA: Clinical Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis Brown School of Social Work, 2016
  • BA: Psychology at the University of Dayton, 2014


  • Out of Pocket: $150 for initial session, $130 for follow up sessions
  • Insurance: Aetna, Optum/United, Cigna


  • Monday - Thursday: 10am - 6pm (virtual)
  • In-Person availability on Thursdays

How I Can Help You

I use a compassionate, friendly, somatic and mindfulness-based approach to therapy. I teach skills that are helpful for riding the waves of emotion and challenging life circumstances. I also use mindfulness to face and explore the feelings you’d like to shift. I view the client-therapist relationship as collaborative. My job is to support you in being present with yourself by offering healing tools and guidance. Your job as the client is to be open to yourself and to use the tools we practice outside of session to create change.

Portrait photo of Denver-area counselor Kaitlin Boyd

Kaitlin Boyd, LCSW

Sessions with me value humor, honesty, and hope. I know about the uncertainty and hopelessness that comes with being disconnected to your center. I also am grateful to know how it feels to heal. I have been supported by guides along the way who have walked this path of self-healing, too. It is a joy to offer the support I’ve received back to clients through therapy work.