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I'm Julie Noyes, MA LPC (she/her) and I'm a licensed professional counselor providing mental health counseling for clients in Colorado. 

I'm Julie Noyes and I am excited to be a part of your mental health and empowerment journey. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who believes you are the expert on yourself. I specialize in individual therapy for children, adolescents, and adults, and am particularly passionate about helping women overcome trauma and religious abuse. I know the unique pressures women face to be all things to all people and it is my hope that together we can sort out what a rich, full, and meaningful life looks like for you. 

Contact me for a free consultation!

Call/Text: (970) 629-3711

My Story

Though a midwestern transplant, I've made the Western Slope my home for the last eighteen years. I took a twenty-year break between my undergraduate and graduate degrees to stay home and raise four children. During this time, I invested in my family and local community, and in 2018 finally realized a lifelong dream of returning to school. I am now a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC.0019027) with a master's in clinical mental health counseling and I work with clients across developmental levels to heal from trauma and build a life worth living.

I know the unique pressures women face to be all things to all people, and I continue to find ways to balance the various demands of my own life. Anxiety has been with me for as long as I can remember, and it was a good therapist who helped me begin to understand and manage it. He helped me find my voice and now I hope to help others do the same. 

In my spare time, I love to cook, bake, write, garden, and move my body in ways that bring me joy. I am wholly devoted to books and orange cats and get hooked on quirky TV shows. 

My Framework:

My therapeutic orientation is existential and feminist and my interests center on issues related to social justice, intimate partner violence, religious trauma, PTSD, anxiety, depression, and disordered eating. I draw from an eclectic array of techniques such as dialectical behavioral therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, and mindfulness-based stress reduction. I have additional training in experiential play therapy. I have completed the Gottman Institute’s Level 2 Training and use methods based on Gottman’s 40 years of research. I have been fully trained in EMDR therapy through the Maiberger Institute and often incorporate somatic practices rooted in polyvagal theory with clients. I am certified through the National Board of Certified Counselors. Learn more about my experience, education, and training by viewing my resume!


Women's Issues

Religious Abuse & Spirituality

Relationship Issues
(Gottman Couples Counseling & DV/IPV) 

Trauma & PTSD
(EMDR - kids & adults)

Anxiety & Depression

Disordered Eating


Please don’t hesitate to reach out to learn more about me and the services that Her Time Therapy can offer you.


Email, call, or text me to schedule a free phone consultation! 

Insurance Accepted:

  • Medicaid 


Out-of-Pocket Session Fee: $150

(720) 248-4459

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