Keith Kurlander is a licensed psychotherapist helping individuals and couples in their pursuit of health, balance, love, and purpose. He has a master’s degree in Transpersonal Counseling from Naropa University, and has trained in Gestalt Therapy, body-centered psychotherapy, and trauma psychology. He also has certifications in massage therapy and yoga instruction. Keith’s intimate understanding of the interface between eastern practices and western psychology informs his therapeutic methods.
He has worked in public mental health for emergency psychiatric services, and as an outpatient therapist. He was also a therapist and supervisor for young adults in a wilderness program. He was previously the Co-director of advising at Naropa University, where he is currently adjunct faculty teaching courses in Personality Theories, Family Systems and Gestalt. Keith leads workshops at a number of universities and in private settings.
When he’s not working, he loves to spend time hiking, gardening or swinging on a hammock with his wonderful wife, Emma. He is often found playing guitar and drums in circles with friends. He is very grateful to call Boulder home and be a part of such a wonderful community.