Lewis Headrick, lcsw
Lewis Headrick, LCSW
As a therapist in Northern Colorado and Denver, I help men who are experiencing work, relational or spiritual stress find peace and confidence in their lives. I will seek to serve as a guide, helping you to develop a skill set for continuing mental wellness and providing a compassionate listener.
This world can be a painful and confusing place. You may be wondering:
- Is it possible to heal?
- Is it possible for me to be happy?
- Can I ever feel good about who I am?
Regardless of your situation, the answer to all of these questions is “yes.” No matter how lost you may be feeling right now, there is always hope. Sometimes all you need to see the silver lining is a compassionate listener and a new perspective.
Whether you’re struggling with men’s issues, ADHD, relationship loss, depression, grief; you can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf. I use the ancient techniques of mindfulness of body, mind, and emotions, as validated through modern neuroscience, to help you find your way through difficulties. You can learn resilience as a skill set to make your life and all the perplexing problems of being human, easier, more fun, less stressful. I’ll meet you wherever you are on your life journey with an open heart and a willingness to step inside of your suffering and experience it with you.
I’ll teach you how to honor your emotions and intentions. Through mind-body awareness exercises, breathwork, grounding meditations, and other mindfulness techniques. In addition, I use ACT and current neuropsychological techniques based on scientific research. I’ll help you heal emotional wounds and teach you to direct your thoughts and energy toward the future you want. You can become more fully present for your loved ones and accept yourself as you learn to treat yourself as you’d treat a good friend.
My name is BrightHeart Lewis Headrick, a Zen Buddhist priest, and a licensed clinical social worker (LCSW). Guided by the lessons I’ve learned during a series of tumultuous life experiences, I’ve been helping others find emotional and spiritual freedom for more than 45 years. I grew up as a military brat in rural Appalachia. After 40 years of practice, I received ordination after extended training in my lineage. No stranger to depression, I strive to help others to find the path forward. I stick with what I know is effective through personal experience.