Dwyer Psychological

Dr. Kim Dwyer’s Psychology Practice

Telehealth Psychotherapy

Coaching and Consultation for Private Practice Providers

Distance Services for all of Colorado, New York, and all PSYPACT covered states


I’m Kim Dwyer

Licensed Clinical Psychologist 

I excell at helping people recognize and bring mindful curiosity to their internal and external experiences, so that they can identify their true selve’s values and goals, understand thoughts and emotions in a different way, and learn strategies to promote overall wellness, increase positive relationships and connections, and decrease distress. I am skilled in supporting clients with anxiety, insomnia, body focused repetitive behaviors, grief and loss (including anticipatory grief), and with stage of life, relationship, and work difficulties.  I utilize techniques rooted in mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapy, developmental and relational trauma theory, acceptance and commitment therapy, and self-compassion based practices.

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Intentional Private Practice: Coaching and Consultation

Private Practice Launch, Growth, and Re-Structuring
Are you a therapist contemplating the leap to private practice? Or has your practice become stagnant and you are looking to reinvigorate it with a heavy dose of your own values? I help mental health providers and similar helpers/healers in relationship based businesses realign their work with their core values to create an intentional private practice. When you arrive authentically in your work, you’ll find your passions shine through and both you and your clients can flourish. Contact me for a no obligation discovery call to learn how I can support your business.


The ultimate guide to a better night’s sleep
The ultimate guide to a better night’s sleep

Do you struggle with poor sleep quality? If you are among those who find it difficult to fall asleep or wake up too early, then you might be looking for ways to improve your sleep. Fortunately, there are simple tips that can help you get the sleep you need. Experts suggest that we make use of positive sleep hygiene to improve our sleep and combat insomnia. This includes keeping a consistent sleep schedule, limiting exposure to light and sound, keeping the bedroom for sleep and sex only, and avoiding daytime napping. Additionally, it’s essential to limit alcohol and drug use, as well as caffeine consumption. On average, adults need 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night, and naps can interfere with sleep at night. Furthermore, sleep is divided into two major phases, NREM and REM, both of which are important for rest, repair, and processing emotions and memory. If you are feeling excessively tired during the day, it could be a sign of insufficient sleep quantity or quality, which can have a clear impact on your ability to function. So, start practicing positive sleep hygiene, and you’ll be able to get the sleep you need for a better, healthier life.

Top 5 Reasons to Read Together
Top 5 Reasons to Read Together

If you’re a parent or caregiver, you probably enjoy reading books together with your children.  But have you thought about the great ways reading together enhances a child’s skills? When you read...

Benefits of Read-Alouds
Benefits of Read-Alouds

Reading books together is a time honored tradition in many families. But, are you aware of all the benefits to caregivers and children that come from time spent over a shared book? As a clinical...

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