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    Let's Change the Way You Think
    Shelli Myles
    President & Co-Founder, MAC, CACREP


Shelli Myles

Shelli Myles is a born and raised Colorado native. Shelli attended Colorado Christian University where she studied Human Resource Management and completed her degree with a Bachelor’s in Science and a minor in Psychology.  Shelli continued her education at Colorado Christian University where she will complete her Masters of Arts in Counseling.  Shelli has completed her additional training in Neurofeedback.  Shelli has worked for over four years at Porter Hospital as a Mental Health Counselor on the psychiatric unit.  She has worked with the Step Seven, a transitional addiction rehabilitation.  Shelli has seven children total, three were adopted from Ukraine.  Shelli has assisted in over 30 adoptions for families in the Denver area.

Her hobbies include traveling, horses, and skiing. With an eclectic background and passion to help others, Shelli provides professional support through incorporating a variety of therapies and holistic healing techniques in her practice.

Shelli’s usage of traditional cognitive behavioral therapy along with mindfulness therapy, Neurofeedback, and Biofeedback, allows her to provide hope and healing to your life.  Through personal and professional experience, Shelli is committed to helping people reach their personal and professional goals.

I want to introduce you one of the most amazing, most determined, and most exciting person that you will ever meet - yourself.

Shelli Myles, Therapist

(720) 819-7355

Shelli Myles

Shelli Myles is devoted to your fitness, wellness and happiness. Her passion is only second to his dedication to improving the lives of others. Call her today.

Brain mapping is a set of neuroscience techniques predicated on the mapping of
quantities or properties onto spatial representations of the brain resulting in maps.

Brain Mapping

Brain mapping is a set of neuroscience techniques predicated on the mapping of (biological) quantities or properties onto spatial representations of the (human or non-human) brain resulting in maps. Brain mapping is specifically defined, in summary, as the study of the anatomy and function of the brain and spinal cord through the use of imaging, immunohistochemistry, molecular & optogenetics, stem cell and cellular biology, engineering, neurophysiology and nanotechnology.

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My son has already said he notices a postive difference in his anxiety, this after five sessions! Happy son, Happy mom!

Becky C.
January 2018

Hey Shelli... I feel like I'm getting my life and my SELF back. I have motivation and energy and presence to love people again. Depression is prob'ly 85% gone. We're having people over and I'm finding life in connecting and asking questions and just being present and I seriously don't remember the last time I had this much of me available to give to people. It feels so amazing.

Dana B.
May 2017

THIS WORKS! With this therapy, I feel increased contentment, focus, and alertness, better mood, memory, and sleep. Decreased agitation, anger, frustration, fear, and physical pain. Decreased PTSD symptoms such as hypervigilance and intrusive thoughts I get more done in my daily activities with less stress. I feel more enjoyment from doing daily tasks. I learned how to easily return to a calm, attentive state of mind. I have fewer stressful episodes, and they are less intense. I have less stress in my personal and work relationships

Guy E.
April 12, 2018