Rocky Mountain Center
For Individuals, Couples and Families
Over the past 35 years, Bob has counseled thousands of individual adults, adolescents, couples and families from northern Colorado and southern Wyoming as well as provided training and supervision to many therapists. Bob has significant experience and training in systemic therapy as it applies to couples and families, and applies his in-depth training as an IFS (Internal Family Systems) therapist. Bob positively encourages his clients as they navigate the natural transitions of the life cycle. His interest and training of late focuses on second half of life transitions and issues, supporting clients as they embrace the changes, challenges and freedoms that come as they enter their 50s 60s and beyond.
Specific clinical issues of interest and expertise in Bob's practice include grief and loss, depression, bipolar spectrum disorders, extended family and inter-generational family conflict, post-traumatic stress disorder and spiritual issues.
For more on Bob, visit his individual website: BobCalhounPsychologist.Com
Bob Calhoun received his doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin in 1979 after studying theology at Union Theological Seminary In New York City.
Bob began his out-patient psychotherapy practice in Fort Collins, Colorado in 1980, co-creating the Rocky Mountain Marriage and Family Center with Dr. Barbara Fisher in 1986.