Rachael Coffren

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Rachael Coffren

Rachael Coffren

Licensed Professional Counselor, Art Therapist (Registered)

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Rachael believes that you possess the strength to heal your life and experience well-being. With Rachael as your guide, you’ll discover your inner resources, find hidden strengths, and unlock your unique creativity – and, at the end of it all, you’ll reclaim your authentic voice and your best life.

Rachael supports you in expressing yourself fully – through thoughts and feelings – and finding your core self. Rachael incorporates a wide range of techniques, thoughtfully selecting the right mix for each client – ranging from solution-focused approaches, mindfulness and even the creative arts – when guiding you toward healing and growth.

Rachael’s passion is assisting clients of all ages, from the very young to the retiree.

Some of Rachael’s specialties include: depression, anxiety, relationship challenges, personal growth, life transitions, divorce recovery, eating disorders, substance abuse, grief counseling for all ages, death and dying, spiritual support, post-partum support, terminal diagnosis, self-care, dementia support, stroke recovery, compassion fatigue, and burnout.


Rachael is a licensed professional counselor and a registered Art Therapist in the State of Colorado. Rachael attended Naropa University in Boulder Colorado and graduated with a dual master’s degree in Transpersonal Counseling Psychology and Art Therapy. Rachael’s therapeutic experience has included counseling teen moms and serving a diverse group of children, adolecents, adults and seniors in Northern Colorado at Pathway’s Hospice and within Columbine Health System.

For the three years prior to joining Heart-Centered Counseling, she maintained a private practice providing individuals and families with compassionate, person-centered care. In addition, she has contracted with the Alzheimer’s Association as an advocate for clients living with memory impairment and provides support for their caregivers and healthcare workers through art-based programs.