Paige Cadice, MSMFT, LMFT
– Therapist –
I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, but have been lucky enough to live in many different places around the world, including Cyrpus. I married an Air Force Pilot, which has given us the opportunity to travel so much, but we have since settled down in Denver again after his Retirement from Active Duty Service.
I like to try to cook new recipes every week for Sunday dinners with my friends friends and family, and like to laugh a lot.
Even though I enjoy being outside as much as possible, snuggling with my pets and two children while watching a movie is my favorite thing to do when I have down time.
“I value authentic connection with people. When a client comes in my door, I hope that they can take a deep breath, curl up on the couch, and recognize that I can hold the space for them to begin the vulnerable process of sharing their life.”
I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish Language and Literature from University of Colorado at Boulder, and continued my education by pursuing two Masters degrees.
At Capella University, I completed a Master of Science in General Psychology, and a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy and Counseling.
I have a certificate in Play Therapy from Capella University, as well.
I have worked in behavioral health agencies in the various places I’ve lived, and I have extensive experience with parents who are interested in becoming better parents, and/or are learning to co-parent more effectively.
Additionally, my experiences as a military spouse and young mom shaped the importance of close authentic relationships and I hope to bring my experiences and knowledge to my clients as they struggle with navigating their own lives and relationships.
In a therapy session, I like to start with a general check-in with the client, and reflection on any lingering thoughts or feelings they had from the last session.
I also like to incorporate activities and exercises that help to process the events of the past week, and to continue working towards your goals in an organic way. Evidence-based treatment interventions can help you uncover the solutions for the stumbling blocks you’ve come across in your life.
“I like to balance holding empathetic space for someone with inviting them to collaborate with me on tools on how to improve their lives in a way that is meaningful to them.”
I often utilize Play Therapy techniques, as well as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy skills, to focus on helping you find solutions for the stumbling blocks you’ve come across. I also have training in Attachment Therapy and co-parenting coaching, and incorporate that knowledge into a session when the need arises.