Billie McCauley, MA, LPC, LAC
Therapist & Counselor
At Colorado Women’s Center Billie McCauley is focused on helping women uncover and trust their own innate wisdom, in order to allow for personal growth and healing. Billie believes each person already holds the answers they seek within themselves and sees therapy as a guide to our inner knowing. Billie is honored to provide safe spaces for women to be fully seen and heard within the bounds of open compassion and non-judgement.
At Naropa University, Billie earned a Masters Degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, with an emphasis in Mindfulness-based Transpersonal Psychotherapy.
Billie works with a wide range of people experiencing a spectrum of mental and physical needs. She is skilled at working within the intersections of mental health, chronic illness and substance use and also has unique experience working with trauma, depression, anxiety, addiction, relationship dissatisfaction, self worth and identity exploration. Billie’s approach to psychotherapy is person-centered and somatic-based which focuses on the relationship between the mind, body and soul. She helps to examine how that connection or lack thereof can be repaired, grown and supported to form authentic relationships to self and others.
Billie was raised in mountain towns across the Western slope of Colorado and is honored to serve women in her home state. In her spare time Billie can be found reading, drinking tea,
snacking, breaking out in spontaneous dance, spending time around her loved ones, frollicking in the mountains and letting out regular belly laughs.
“..owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing we’ll ever do.” -Brene Brown