Hiroko Hirata MA, LPCC, MDiv (Outpatient Clinician)

Hiroko (she/her) was born and raised in Kyoto, Japan. She immigrated to the US as a young adult, and throughout her time in the states has been exposed to multi-cultural communities. Through these experiences, she learned to value the ability to see through different lenses. She is aware and attuned to how one can be impacted by cultural influences as well as societal pressures and oppressions.

After receiving a Master of Divinity Degree at Naropa University, she previously served as a spiritual care provider in acute care, addiction recovery, and palliative care in several Colorado hospitals. During her clinical spiritual care internship at Boulder Community Health and residency at University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, she specialized in grief and trauma primarily using mindfulness/ compassion-based approaches.

Coming from a healthcare background, she accumulated helpful resources and effective tools to alleviate the symptoms of trauma, complicated grief, depression, severe anxiety, burnout as well as end-of-life issues among other challenges faced by patients, family members, and the hospital staff.

Hiroko specializes in individual and couples therapy. Her clinical experience affirmed her view that all people, regardless of their circumstances, can find relief in their own inner wholeness and that we are more together than alone.

I Work With Individuals, Couples & Families.

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