Julie Gladnick, MA, LMFT
(720) 446-8255


Working Moms' Guide to Balance

Ever since I decided to go back to work, it was like I was living with a ball of tension in my gut. Call it what you will, but the therapist in me knows it was good old anxiety and overwhelm. Deciding to go back to work, start working, or even thinking about working can provoke a lot of feelings for both new and experienced mamas.

Whether you are working full-time or part-time, at-home or at-office, finding a balance between your career and your family has been one of the many challenges I've faced since becoming a mother. I'm going to share a few tips on what I've found to be ...

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10 Strategies for Better Communication

As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I've done a lot of work, training and research on how and why relationships struggle. I've also had more than enough personal experiences within my own marriage to watch how easily lack of or misinformed communication styles can lead us astray from a satisfying relationship.

Often, when working with couples, both partners will complain that they have 'communication issues'. Well, this can certainly mean an array of things, but generally it means that they are stuck in a rut or a cycle that is doing them way more harm than good. I focus on helping to identify what that cycle is, intervening, and helping to ...

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With the growing concerns around health and safety in our world today, I will be conducting sessions via Tele-therapy.

These are anxious and unprecedented times and I want to assure you I will continue to support our community as best I can for the foreseeable future.