I’m a counselor in Westminster, Colorado who works with adults and adolescents. I specialize in eating disorders and also enjoy working with anxiety, fertility issues, and self-worth. I care deeply about my clients and the work that I do and believe my job is to support you in living the life you wantPain and adversity are a part of life and we all struggle to cope with it at times. Although you may not feel like it right now, I believe you are strong and can find your way through whatever it is you’re struggling with in this moment. I’d be honored to support you along the way as you move in your chosen direction.

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Please take a look around to learn more about me, my approach, and my services. I offer a free consultation and would love to talk about how I can support you in living the life you want!

I strive to support people in their desire to live personally meaningful and fulfilling lives by helping them explore their life experiences and choose how they want to live through counseling.

Catherine S. Tilford, MA, NCC, LPC

3 Steps Towards Body Acceptance

We all have a relationship with our body.  The question is what kind of relationship is it?  Is it one of struggle and pain or acceptance and gratitude?  Many of us are at war with our bodies and the battle begins at a very young age.  This war comes at a cost to our physical, emotional, financial, relational, and mental well being.  If you want to change your relationship with your body, here are three steps you can take towards accepting your body exactly as it is.

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Back To Basics: Reflections on Motherhood

I recently returned from maternity leave and have been reflecting on how becoming a mother has reinforced some key lessons I learned on my own journey of recovery and that come up often in my work as a counselor. #1 – I Am Strong This became my mantra in recovery and...

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Self-Worth: Living from the Inside Out

It's February and I still can't turn on the TV without being inundated by advertisements for weight loss products, diets, and exercise routines.  It happens every year post-holidays as advertisers try to capitalize on New Year's resolutions and holiday guilt.  As a...

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Doing What’s Right Even When It’s Hard

Growing up, my mother used to tell me that "sometimes the hardest thing to do is the right thing."  I have found truth and wisdom in this message at different points throughout my life yet have always struggled with it - wishing it weren't true somehow and wanting it...

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