James Lutz, LPC can only accept patients referred by a primary care provider at UCHealth Greeley Medical Center. Please consult your primary care provider regarding counseling services. To find a family medicine or internal medicine provider at UCHealth Greeley Medical Center, click here.
Are life events held you back from who you want to be? Are there areas in your life that are holding you back from who you want to be? Are there struggles with communicating with your significant other or children? Anxiety, depression, traumas, family, divorce, educational struggles or personal conflicts are hurdles that get in the way of your true self. I look to provide an environment that is conducive to allow for personal growth and awareness. During our time together, we will find therapeutic approaches that works best for your needs of self-enlightenment. Our goal will be to get you back on the path to where you want to go.
When I am not at work, I am usually hiking on a mountain somewhere with my family and dogs. We also enjoy hanging out around a firepit burning marshmallows, wood crafts, board games, and spending time with good friends and family.
Qualifications and experience
- Mental Health and Behavior
- Languages spoken
Argosy University (2017)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Specialty Year Department of Regulatory Agency Licensed Professional Counselor 2015
- Clinical interest for patients
While being in the field of mental health for twelve years now, I have had the opportunity to work with a variety of symptoms across a space of ages, beliefs, and cultures. I have worked with severe and persistent trauma, substance use, communication, family, anxiety, depression, ADHD, psychosis, and personality disorders as well as doing regular testing.
- Research interest for patients
I have done research in the area of veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and the struggles that they undertake during the reintegration process. I was published in 2017 with the Reintegration Process of Trauma Surviving Veterans.
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