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Nissa Chadwick, LMFT

Counseling for Marriages and Adult Individuals
Windsor Colorado 80550


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Nissa Chadwick, LMFT
Counseling for Marriages and Adult Individuals
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PO Box 538
(Moving to new office location - please contact me for appointment.)
Windsor, Colorado, 80550
United States
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New Mexico
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Welcome to Indivisible Couples - Counseling for Marriages and Individuals

Now offering online counseling for Marriages and Individuals

You and your spouse find yourselves fighting or not speaking. Perhaps you are leading busy lives and just don’t feel as close and connected as you once did. There are countless things that cause couples to feel far apart from one another but thankfully there are also effective ways to bridge the gap. Marriage counseling at Indivisible Couples uses one highly effective couples counseling method to help you reconnect, heal, and love being married.

Maybe you like the idea of being part of an “Indivisible Couple” but for some reason marriage counseling is not an option. Emotional, spiritual, and even relational healing and health can also be obtained through looking at, healing, and integrating all of the parts of ourselves. Too often we are “dis-integrated” and fragmented. Individual counseling at Indivisible Couples can also help you become the whole, peaceful individual you desire to be.

If you and your spouse are in conflict or want to rekindle your marriage, or you seek wholeness call me today.

Practice Info

Hi, Welcome! My name is Nissa. My Catholic faith is an central to who I am. I practice my faith through regular reception of the Sacraments, daily mental prayer, (attempted) daily self sacrifice (I require a lot of grace for this one!), facilitating small groups in my Parish and my own spiritual direction.

Our faith teaches us that marriage too is a Sacrament, meaning that there is actual grace in a Sacramental marriage. This grace is what assists husbands and wives to live out marriage joyfully, sacrificially, and lovingly. However, we are still Fallen creatures so even with the grace present in a Sacramental marriage we suffer from concupiscence, the propensity towards selfishness and sin, which causes us to wound each other. So, marriage is both the vehicle for deep wounds, and for profound healing. I practice a form of therapy that is marriage friendly (https://indivisiblecouples.com/faqs/) so my aim is always to help you reconnect, heal, and love being married, not to help you “figure out if you are compatible” or if you should divorce.
I am passionate about helping people save their marriages because marriage is the foundation of the family and the family is the foundation of society and culture. EFT is an effective, efficient way to help people not only survive marriage, but thrive in marriage.

While I am passionate about marriage therapy, and I truly believe that most powerful agent for change in the family is the marriage, I know that sometimes marriage therapy is not always possible or desirable. I also work with women who want to work individually. Sometimes women want to work on relationship issues, friendship issues or feelings of loneliness, or difficulties related to sense of being overwhelmed with the nosiness, busyness, and demands of modern life. Oftentimes women desire a quiet place to talk about their lives, themselves, and how they can grow closer to our Lord, how they can deepen their prayer life, and how they can have the peace that Jesus promises us in John 14:27 (RSVCE) when he says, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give to you; not as the world gives do I give to you. Let not your hearts be troubled, neither let them be afraid.”

So whether you want to work with you beloved husband or wife because you are hurting in your marriage right now, or you are a woman who desires a quiet place to talk about the deep or painful areas in your heart and soul, reach out to me today.
Hours of Operation
Accepted Forms of Payments
Cash, Check, Credit Card
Credentials, Training, Qualifications:
Master’s Degree - Community Counseling Psychology with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy
Bachelor’s degree - Philosophy with an Emphasis in Religious Studies
What licenses do you currently hold?:
Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) - licensed in the State of Colorado (since 2001)
Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) - licensed in the State of New Mexico
Are you in private practice?:
Are you available to provide supervision services?:
Do you participate in any insurance plans?:
Telephone/Video counseling:
In certain circumstances
I treat the following:
Individuals Married Couples Families Anxiety Disorders
Other Specialties:
I also specialize in working with those who desire to incorporate their Catholic faith into their counseling. We are physical, emotional, social, relational, and spiritual creatures and each of these aspects our selves must be addressed in the service of healing, health, and ultimately wholeness.
I use the following methods:
Prayer Cognitive Techniques Other
Please describe other treatment methods
I practice Emotionally Focused Therapy. It is an evidence based method which targets the attachment relationship within the marriage. The health, or security, of the attachment in the marriage is the foundation for the health of all aspects of the marriage, family life, and of the individuals in the family.
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More About Nissa Chadwick, LMFT

My name is Nissa Chadwick.  I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I graduated from Colorado State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy with an Emphasis in Religious Studies. Upon graduating I worked in child protection and became convinced that the difficulties that families had were primarily related to damaged attachment relationships.  Sometimes these patterns of damage went back generations but there seemed too few means of healing these patterns.

After working in child protection for a couple of years I returned to school and obtained my Master’s Degree in Community Counseling with an Emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Northern Colorado.  I then began working as a Marriage and Family Therapist at a residential treatment center for children ages 4 to 12.  My beliefs about the primacy of attachment in mental health, for better or worse, were further solidified.  After a few years of working with kids and their families in residential treatment I had my daughter and left my position.

For the past ten years I have been teaching graduate level counseling and undergraduate psychology courses online which is what I have done since. I have taught at four Universities, three for most of the last ten years.  I teach courses ranging from Marriage and Family Therapy, Advanced Family Systems Theory, Diversity in Family Systems, Diversity in Counseling, to Life Span Development and many more.  I have continually taught my students about the primacy of attachment and the necessity of helping families by helping marriages first and foremost.

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