Community Counseling Center Naropa University

Community Counseling Center

Serving community through affordable access

Looking for information about the Student Counseling Center? Please visit the Student Counseling Center.

Community Counseling Center

Serving community through affordable access

Naropa Community Counseling integrates contemplative approaches with modern clinical practice to assist our clients in reaching their highest level of emotional and mental well-being. We provide cutting edge, transformative intervention across a broad range of therapeutic services. Naropa Community Counseling serves Boulder and Front Range residents with low to moderate income, with $30 individual sessions and $45 couples sessions (intakes are slightly more). We also accept Medicaid.

To learn more about the Community Counseling Center and to connect with us online, visit our Facebook and Instagram pages for the most up to date information.

Learn About the Client Access Fund

Contribute to Community Based Healing

Ideal for those interested in contemplative and mindful healing

  • Somatic therapy: Focusing on the body's role in transforming behavior, integrating body awareness and movement with counseling skills.
  • Contemplative therapy: Merging in-depth training in cultivating mindfulness and compassion with therapeutic work.
  • Transpersonal therapy: Reconnecting the spiritual dimensions of human experience with traditional theoretical perspectives.
  • Wilderness therapy: Integrating therapy with experiential and nature-based wisdom.
  • Create effective change: Our interns are trained in stages of change/motivational interviewing, and are ready to help you make positive changes in your life.
  • Referrals: If an initial evaluation reveals that your needs would be better served elsewhere, we will provide referrals to local therapists and resources.

Client-centered and wellness-informed model

  • Our focus begins and ends with the needs of each client.
  • Treatment plans are reviewed by the director, and evaluated at least every six months.
  • As a wellness-informed model, we specialize in treatment of depression, anxiety, trauma, bereavement, and adjustment issues.
  • Group and individual services are available.

How To Make An Appointment

  • Naropa Community Counseling is located at 3400 Table Mesa Drive, Boulder. We’re open Monday–Thursday, 9 a.m.–8 p.m., and Friday, 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
  • Please fill out our  pre-screening form to get on the waiting list. Please note that you cannot use the Back function in this form.
  • For all other inquiries, you can reach us by phone at 303-546-3589 or at
  • Please note that Naropa students can contact either Naropa’s on-campus Student Counseling Center or Community Counseling Service for any therapeutic needs.

Information Regarding Students of Naropa University Seeking Counseling Services

Students of Naropa University can access free counseling services at our sister center, Naropa Student Counseling Center on the Arapahoe campus. Naropa Community Counseling Center is the best way for students with Medicaid to access services affordable ongoing services.

Students who wish to pursue this opportunity can begin by calling NSCC at 303-245-4630 or by going to our

Student Counseling Center webpage


Student Counseling Center on MyNaropa

Scope of Service

As a counseling center that largely employs graduate interns to provide individual and group services to clients, we are limited in the appropriate scope of our service and practice. Every client will receive an initial evaluation by interns resulting in recommendations for best treatment which are then reviewed by licensed staff.

Naropa Community Counseling would like to thank the Credit Union of Colorado Foundation for their generous support.


Vision Statement

We provide exceptional counseling services that are rooted in mindfulness. With compassionate presence and wisdom, we support the diversity, health and well-being of students and the local community.

Our counselors are well trained in the integration of innovative, contemplative, creative and traditional methods of counseling.