Custom-Built, Specialty Outpatient Therapeutic Support Services

Coaching, Interactive Regulation with clinically trained professionals, Coping Skill Implementation, Development of Internal and External Resources, & Student Support-

Thorodin Counseling & Consulting, LLC, offers therapeutic supportive services, potentially via a team approach, to young adults, college students, and older adults in need of such services.

Thorodin contracts with it’s group of allied professionals to form custom, clinically appropriate treatment teams for individuals or families seeking services for themselves or loved ones. Services are tailored to the individuals and their needs. Only trauma, development, and attachment-informed professionals are utilized in the formation of our teams.

We focus on three main areas or domains of functioning and tailor the program to client need accordingly-


-Teaching a sustainable approach to fitness

-Exercise routines as a mental health resource

-Assessing and working with mental/emotional blocks to movement and exercise

Mental Health

-Treatment for Anxiety & Depression

-Treatment for trauma/PTSD

-Emotional regulation skills

-Management of one’s thoughts

-Relationship repair and relationship skills

-Substance abuse counseling and support

Life Skills

-Good Study Habits

-Organizational Skills

-Proper Eating/Nutrition

-Community Engagement

-Relationship Improvement

Read more on each of these 3 domains below!




Domain I: Fitness – Personal Training/Fitness Activities:

-Characterological Based Strength Training (CBST)™

-Engaging in personal fitness training with a certified practitioner of Personal Training and Licensed Psychotherapist.

-Challenging deeply held patterns, both in the counseling office and in the gym.

-Developing new and positive habits and coping skills for trauma resolution, self-esteem, depression, and anxiety.

-Working directly with the body and its Characterological Structure to develop and support new, emerging positive beliefs and views of oneself and the world.


Domain II – Mental Health – Psychotherapy & Counseling Services:

Individual Psychotherapy/Counseling

-Treatment of trauma, developmental, and attachment issues

-Supporting new habits and processing change

-Challenging old habits and associated views of oneself and the world

-Teaching and practicing emotional regulation skills for anxiety, depression, sadness, anger, anhedonia.

-Developing and practicing relationship skills

-Substance abuse counseling


Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy

-Treatment of trauma, developmental, and attachment issues

-Relationship skills; assertiveness, gentleness, respect, boundary setting

-Mindfulness practices for anxiety

-Developing self-efficacy through horsemanship


Groups and Group Therapy

-Participants will be linked with a DBT group, appropriate 12-step group, or other support group specific to the client’s issues.

-Participants are invited to attend the weekly, public, “Thorodin Running Group”, which meets at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Foothills Community Park.


Substance Abuse Recovery Support

-Individual coaching and support, in-home and in the community from experienced counselors

-Individual psychotherapy / substance abuse counseling

-Coordination and linking with community resources


Domain III- Life Skills – Social Engagement, Organization, Balance:

Life Skills – taught in-home or in the community by coaches/therapists. We start with a ground-up approach, assessing and collaborating with clients and families to determine which areas of functioning need to be addressed first and foremost. For some this may be areas of daily living such as:

-Developing and maintaining an adequate diet that meets one’s daily needs:

Often, clients do need eat the appropriate types or amounts of food needed for optimal functioning and need coaching in this area. This may include shopping guidance and planning, budgeting, meal preparation, meeting with a nutritionist, and/or assistance with diet plan implementation.

-Skills of daily living: groceries, food preparation, organizational skills/habits.

-Positive, sustainable exercise and movement habits.

-Social skills and interaction.

As humans we are “built” for social engagement. This is reflected in the design of our brains and bodies. Some of us thrive on more or less of this.

Many clients are lacking or unfulfilled in this area for a variety of reasons, both mental, physical emotional. As the client addresses these areas in psychotherapy and fitness training, they are supported to try new things socially – to venture forth and try on new skills and abilities in a variety of social areas. Whether it’s one’s niche, deepening it, or feeling more competent in a variety of social contexts, supporting and challenging clients in this arena is vital to support a full and healthy life.

-Providing appropriate mental nourishment and stimulation:

This is encouraged and supported via activities that promote new learning as well as practicing old favorite hobbies. We support and encourage activities that fit this category, and engage with clients as we may in these activities. Sometimes that means help with studying and organization. These may include:

Meditation and mindfulness practice

School/Classes – study habits



-Becoming engaged in the world in perhaps a more meaningful or creative way by exploring one’s passions, artistic interests and desire for positive change – and then putting that forth!

Engaging with the world in a way that is meaningful to the individual is an area of functioning that can imbue a high degree of satisfaction and provide deeper life experience. Engaging with clients to begin to find where these areas may be for them, and how they may creatively put themselves forward is something that is an important question to explore and life step to make. As clients mature and their functioning improves, they are invited to begin to explore this area via:

Joining of and organization of various groups – service groups, spiritual groups, educational groups, social awareness groups, social/fun groups

Engagement in community opportunities for expression – open mic nights, art showings, dance/movement

Career exploration – career testing, college degree exploration.

Volunteer opportunities