Most of my clients call me Dr. G. If you have found yourself landing on this page, you are likely wanting to get to know more about me, if I will understand your situation and the challenges you are facing. You are probably wondering if I am the best fit for you, your child or family while working towards restoring a sense of peace to daily life. I respect those needs and my goal here is to provide you with some information to help you make the best decision for your current circumstances. Finding the right therapist for you is important. Please contact me for a free 30-minute phone consultation so you can determine if I am the best fit for meeting your therapy goals.
I believe everyone should be seen for who they are as unique individuals- not as a disability or a label. My therapy approach has been described as responsive, patient, genuine, and kind. Sessions are action-oriented and solutions focused. Together, we will create attainable goals, develop coping skills, and problem solve together.
I work from the most recent and proven, evidence-based research in the field. This means while learning new behaviors and coping skills, we will also focus on increasing flexibility, perspective taking, self-concept, mindfulness skills, emotional regulation skills, and reduce stress. In addition, we will identify personal values to support meaningful and sustainable behavior change .
Essentially in my therapy tool box, I can offer a broad range of evidence-based therapy approaches to treatment (acceptance & commitment therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, applied behavior analysis therapy, mindfulness skills training, exposure-based therapy, habit reversal training, parent coaching, behavior action plans, and functional analytic psychotherapy). It is always my goal to bring compassion, kindness, and a bit of humor to each of our visits. With my integration of mindfulness skills, we start and end our sessions with the intentions of feeling grounded, present, and informed.
My passion is helping children, adolescents, teens, young adults and parents move forward in a positive and meaningful way. I understand that finding the right therapist is important. Please contact me for your free 30-minute phone consultation.
Nicole Gurash, Psy.D., BCBA is the founder, owner and manager of ABC Behavioral Services, LLC. Since 2001, her work experiences have included early intervention, Head Start, special education and general ed classrooms, home-community based behavior therapy, and large agency clinical settings to support a variety of individualized needs. She has been in private practice since 2013. She began her private practice in Vail, Colorado (Eagle County) where she resided for 18 years. Dr. Gurash recently relocated to Denver where she now maintains her clinical office in Lone Tree, CO. She is thrilled to be serving individuals and families in the South Denver communities. In addition to working in her private practice, she is an online adjunct graduate professor in applied behavior analysis. Dr. Gurash has also met the BACB requirements to provide supervision to board certification applicants.
California Southern University Psy.D., Doctorate in Clinical Psychology Dissertation: Emotional Regulation of Anxious Behaviors: A Behavior Analytic Theoretical Model for Autism Spectrum Disorders.
University of Colorado, Denver M.A., Master of Arts Early Childhood Special Education Graduate Certification Program: Applied Behavior Analysis Practicum Focus: Applying a Behavior Analytic Approach using Natural Environment Teaching in Early Childhood Special Education. Loyola Marymount University, Los. Angeles, CA. B.A., Bachelor of Arts Humanities (emphasis Psychology and Elementary Education)
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Nicole Gurash, Psy.D., BCBA ABC Behavioral Services, LLC. 9220 Teddy Lane, Suite 1000 C Lone Tree, CO. 80124 I Office: (720) 282-9151 email: firstname.lastname@example.org