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Sandy Ujfalusy, Intern
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Sandy Ujfalusy

My desire is to bring care and compassion into the counseling relationship. I believe there is hope in breaking free from pain and fear, ultimately bringing about a life of purpose and joy. I bring with me experience in family relationships, raising children (who are now all adults), and marriage. Life in the military also brings with it the experience of instability and change in family and relationships. I believe each person has their own story to tell and that ultimately, healing is possible.

In my therapeutic approaches I will incorporate cognitive-behavior and solution-focused therapy, including other modalities depending on each person’s unique needs and goals. My desire is to treat each person as a whole, to include emotionally, spiritually, and mentally.

Intern

My passion is to work with teens, young adults, individuals, and families. I hope to help those with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss. By creating a safe environment, I desire to walk through life experiences with each individual while partnering with them to find the best possible route to find healing and health. Each story is unique and I want to approach each one with care and compassion.

I am a Colorado native and love our beautiful mountains. I have been married to my awesome hubby for almost 30 years and am blessed with three amazing children and one bonus daughter-in-love. Outside of my passion for counseling, I love to hike, bike, and snowboard…basically, anything that gets me to the mountains! I will also take any opportunities to travel, loving adventures to new places and cultures!

I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.  

Maya Angelou

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