Prajna Partnerships, Inc.

Prajna Partnerships, Inc.

5.0 (1)
4 hires on Thervo
1 employee
17 years in business

About this pro

Are you dealing with trauma, anxiety, addiction, stress, grief, or loss? Do you want peace of mind and to enjoy success? I help my clients realign with their integrity and strength to make the changes they want. Being trained in Eastern and Western therapies, I help clients 're-story' traumas and anxieties that allow them to achieve their goals. As an ordained Buddhist priest and former Chaplain, I also offer spiritual counseling. Counseling and training prisoners in the United States and Indonesia taught me how often we imprison ourselves with our own emotions.

With prior corporate experience and service as a Chaplain, I enjoy helping adults realign with strengths and wisdom to achieve their goals. Having worked locally and internationally, I understand the importance of offering culturally appropriate services. It is a joy to see adults transform their destructive emotions and rediscover peace of mind. Give me a call and schedule a time to explore ways of making effective and lasting transitions that work for you.

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Westminster, CO 80005
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1 Review

5.0

  • Caroline L.

    Carol is has a unique and personal practice. She asks for specific goals for each meeting and provides concrete tools for a strong path forward.



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FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

A phone discussion often begins the process followed by meeting face-to-face or online to review issues. Addressing a priority concern, you get to experience how I work and methods I use.  We end the first session by making a decision to proceed or not. If we decide to proceed, we  clarify the desired objectives for the therapy. We confirm an hourly rate, recognizing that I am an out-of-network provider. 


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

BA in Psychology

M.Div. that included graduate hours and practicums in counseling 

Certification in Mindfulness Instruction

Certification in Methods of Japanese Psychology

Certified Addiction Specialist 

Training in Applied Existential Psychotherapy, Group Therapy, CBT, Sensorimotor Therapy and Horticultural Therapy 

Ordination as a Buddhist Priest by Jodo Shinshu Hongwanji-ha. 13 years service leading a temple with as well as offering spiritual counseling. Also, I trained spiritual and mental health professionals in Japanese Methods of Psychology and mindfulness in the United States, Indonesia and Thailand. I used by Clinical Pastoral Education training to serve as a part-time Hospital Chaplain for a year. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

I am an out of network provider and for those whose insurance companies do not cover such, I offer a sliding scale. 


How did you get started in this business?

My interest began in college when working with emotionally disturbed children. Later in life as a minister, with so many coming to me for mental health  services, I wanted more than spiritual training. To supplement my M.Div., I was trained and certified in several mental health practices. Watching the healing process in more depth as body, mind, and spirit in action, I made a commitment to offering practical therapy using a blend of Eastern and Western psychotherapeutic approaches.  


What types of customers have you worked with?

Adults of various ages with European, American and Asian backgrounds. Current clients range in age from 26 to 99. 


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

Young women in a detention facility reminded me how powerful mindfulness can be in supporting change.While preparing for my weekly mindfulness class, the door to the training room in the facility burst open. In strode a young black woman who was active in the gangs. She walked up to me and loudly sated, "OK.  I did it.  I did what you told us to do!"  

After asking her to help me understand, she explained how she had used one of the mindfulness exercises I had given her to stay out of a fight. She smiled as she kept repeating and shaking her head, "I didn't respond to da taunts. I watched the fight! That's the first time I just watched."  She touched my heart as she said, "My name will be on a list, but I'm gonna leave da gang."  With tears of joy in my eyes, I knew she was no longer owned by anyone.    


What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Use the first session to explore whether you and the therapist along with their approach are a fit. 


What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

What changes do I want to make in my life? 

What is my definition of 'improvement'?