BIPR provides affordable mental health services to children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. Psychoeducational and Psychodiagnostic testing are also provided. BIPR is committed to helping under-served and under-privileged individuals and families.
Our clinicians are MSW candidates in their final year of training, Post-Masters Fellows in Social work and Pre and Post-Doctoral Fellows in Psychology. Experienced clinicians affiliated with BIPR closely supervise these interns and Fellows.
Because of BIPR’s expertise in trauma and attachment, we see people from a wide socioeconomic range. We are dedicated to providing high quality psychotherapy regardless of the ability to pay and therefore offer low fee psychotherapy and reduced fee psychotherapy.
We can help with:
- Attachment Disorders
- Sexual and Physical Abuse
- Bipolar Disorder
- Child Behavior Problems
- Adjustment to Life Changes
- Grief and Loss
- Child psychotherapy including Play Therapy
- Adolescent Psychotherapy
- Adult Psychotherapy
- Couples Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Psychological testing
Zero to Five Services
- Parent/Infant Dyadic Therapy
- Postpartum Depression
- Parent/Toddler Psychotherapy
- Parent/Preschool Child Psychotherapy
- Developmental, Cognitive and Psychological Testing
- Nursery School Consultation
- Preschool Consultation
- Nursery and Preschool Inservice Training
- Parenting Education Groups
- Therapeutic Preschool Services are offered through our collaborative relationship with the Connections Classroom at the First Presbyterian Preschool.
- Preschool Consultation
- Preschool Inservice Trainings
2011-2012 BIPR Fellows
Tiffany Allen is a Psy. D. Candidate in Clinical Psychology at Alliant International University, specializing in Infant-Preschool Mental Health and Perinatal Mood Disorders. She is a member of the Association for Play Therapy and Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health. Tiffany works is guided by the Family Systems Model and she has received a certificate in Infant Preschool Mental Health from Alliant International University. She has had a variety of professional experiences including treatment and assessment of children age 0-6, psychotherapist in an emergency youth center, and a program director for a residential treatment center.
Supervision provided by Dana Castellano, Psy.D.
Kristi Pikiewicz is a Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute, specializing in working with parents and families. She’s a former rock-climbing guide, public school teacher and has authored more than ten education books. Kristi is works using a psychodynamic model and is certified to do EMDR though EMDRIA and the EMDR institute.
Supervision Provided by Cynthia Divino Ph.D.
Marian Salley, BA, MSW Candidate
A social work intern for the 2011-2012 school year. Marian has lived and worked in Boulder since 1994. Most recently, Marian interned at Mental Health Partners in Boulder as a clinical case manager for individuals with schizophrenia and bi-polar disorder. Her work experience includes long-term in-home, and hospice care for seniors as well as care for children as a literacy para-pro and after-school child-care care provider. Additionally, she interned at Colorado Legal Services while completing her Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies from the University of Colorado. Marian has entered her final year at Smith College School for Social Work and will receive her Master of Social Work in August 2012. Her education, training and clinical practice is grounded in the psychodynamic tradition.