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Andrew Vanden Broeke, MA, LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist (they/them)


andrew.vandenbroeke@transcendpsychotherapy.com

This provider is currently NOT accepting new clients.

About

Life is full of circumstances that we cannot control and navigating these situations can create immense doubts. Similarly, starting therapy, finding a new therapist, or picking up where you left off can create doubt, worry, or anxiety. I believe that recognizing the impacts of relationships and stressors on life, and the desire to seek out support is one of the most courageous steps a person can take toward their wellbeing. I attempt to help individuals, couples, and families navigate life’s challenges with compassion, understanding, and the belief that, as Adele reminds us, “when you’re in doubt, go at your own pace.” I meet clients with a warm, non-judgmental, and humorous approach to provide an environment that you can improve relationships, build authenticity, and work towards positive change.

I embrace an eclectic therapy approach; however, frequently use experiential, paradoxical, and solution focused models. That may mean that I encourage us to reflect on the mind-body connection, how we are experiencing our reactions while in session, strategic responses to situations in our lives, and looking for solutions to barriers we may experience. Additionally, I use trauma, neurodiverse, and multicultural informed lenses by attuning to harmful impacts of oppression, being aware of current issues, having a ton of curiosity, and being creative when problem solving systemic barriers. In sessions, I frequently reference music, tv, movies, and books to share knowledge, make a comparison, or introduce a thought.

I am a gay, non-binary, neurodivergent human. I have collected a large houseplant collection that all share the same name inspired by my best friend, and I identify as a sports gay, but exclusively hockey, specifically the Colorado Avalanche have my allegiance. Lastly, I am blessed to be a pet parent to a one of kind dog, named Luna.

Areas of Expertise

  • Neurodiversity and Disability
  • Shame Resilience
  • Childhood and Family of Origin processing
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Grief and Loss
  • Attachment
  • Trauma processing
  • Parenting and Behavioral Intervention and Support

Populations

  • Adolescents (12+)
  • Adults
  • Couples/Relational
  • Families
  • Groups
  • Queer and Trans folks