Terry Bohn, ACS, LPC, LMHC
Curiosity. Honesty. Courage.
Exploration is a central theme in my life, and each adventure has an interesting story. Some of my stories are from my former occupation, where I spent two decades collaborating with hundreds of clients and leading organizational change.
Unexpected change – no matter what kind – often feels unfair, overwhelming and even insurmountable, particularly when we’re alone. Experience has taught me it's far healthier to face uncomfortable change with a trained, seasoned professional, one who is skilled at navigating life transitions of all kinds.
Relationships, Mid-life Transition, Trauma,
Stress/Anxiety, Infidelity/Betrayal, Sexuality,
Leadership and Career/Vocation
Thirty years’ leadership in professional and interpersonal settings
Approved Clinical Supervisor (CCE: ACS#3267)
Licensed Professional Counselor (State of CO: LPC#14192)
Counselor / Therapist: Restoration Counseling Center (2016- )
Chief of Collaborative Care: client excellence and organizational health
Licensed Mental Health Counselor (State of WA: LH#60794112)
Registered Psychotherapist (State of CO: 2015-17)
Licensed Mental Health Counselor Associate (State of WA: 2013-15)
Psychotherapist - Residential Treatment, The Raleigh House of Hope (2014-15)
Psychotherapist - Catalyst Intensive Outpatient Program, Meier Clinics (2012-14)
M.A. Counseling Psychology, The Seattle School of Theology & Psychology
B.S. Economics, Missouri State University
$135/50-minute individual counseling
$175/60-minute couples counseling
I am an out-of-network provider for group health plans, yet many clients receive partial reimbursement
Please email to ask questions, check my availability, or inquire about client-customized Intensives
Your desire to know, share and reimagine some of your life’s key stories – by exploring your most significant relationships and experiences – are essential to a meaningful life. The decision to reflect upon your life in counseling rarely comes quickly or easily, and may remain a persistent whisper until it’s acknowledged as an invitation to rewrite your stories. Many clients say personal counseling was the single most important investment they have ever made.
My work as a therapist with adults, couples and groups continues to be the most fulfilling I’ve ever chosen. I practice relationally-oriented, integrative and trauma-informed narrative counseling. Frequently we are hurt, traumatized and abused in unsafe or toxic relationships; restored life is found in healing relationships: counseling, support groups, fellowship, mentoring, spiritual exploration and a faith in a higher power, whom I call God. Many people who find happiness or success in one area of life at the same time frequently feel stuck, frustrated or alone in other areas. I practice with a desire for integration: how your past and present have already and will continue to influence your hope and ability to live more fully. Many of those people struggled either on their own or in relationship, sometimes for years, before choosing to work with a counselor. Our best work together is meant to call forth grace, truth and healing in the areas of your deepest fears, struggles and heartaches.
I grew up in St. Louis (go Blues!), and lived in Colorado in the mid-90s before calling the Carolinas home for 15 years. At 41, I left a successful business career, moved cross-country for graduate school and exceptional clinical training. I happily returned to Colorado in 2014 – a redemptive chapter within a life story filled with full-time travels and multiple relocations. It would be an understatement to say that I have encountered many of life’s challenges, detours, setbacks and disappointments. I have always believed that my own narrative – the stories that comprised my life – was worth exploring, sharing and rewriting.
For three years, I co-led a community group of eighteen adults over weekly dinner and conversation. The most gratifying of our time together was the regular sharing of our life stories – narratives of our personal journeys. Many of us realized newfound allies and adventures that were shared, celebrated and honored as central to our lives. Currently, when I’m not engaging other’s stories, I enjoy hiking, camping, snowshoeing, day trips, road cycling, potluck dinners, photography and roasting my own coffee.