JULIE MOINICKEN, M.A., LPCC
Therapist & Counselor
Julie is passionate about helping women live their most authentic, empowered lives. She believes it is possible to move past limiting patterns, access inner wisdom and guidance, connect with the power of essential being, and make choices that lead to well being, joy, strength, confidence, and freedom. In therapy, Julie creates a welcoming, heart centered, nonjudgmental space where individuals are able to explore behaviors and beliefs, deepen self-compassion and insight, and make meaningful changes in their lives. Julie knows this takes courage and vulnerability, and she is deeply honored to support her clients in their integration and healing.
Julie’s approach to therapy is relational, strength based, holistic, and body centered. Her extensive background in human development, family systems, and attachment work guides her therapeutic perspective. Additionally she has training in Gestalt therapy, Internal Family Systems, shamanic studies, the expressive arts, and mindfulness practices. Julie offers support with anxiety, depression, trauma recovery, grief and loss, healthy sexuality, life transitions, parenting, relationship issues, aging, and identity work.
She holds a Master’s Degree from Naropa University in Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Psychology and is a certified PACT Couple Therapist. Julie serves as an adjunct faculty member in Naropa’s Transpersonal Psychology program and has extensive experience as an educator and educational mentor, including many years of teaching in the Waldorf School.
In her free time, Julie enjoys reading a good book, walking in nature, growing vegetables in her garden, meditating and practicing yoga, playing music and making art, rock climbing in beautiful Boulder, and spending time with friends and family, including her two amazing adult sons.