Integrative Psychiatric Healing Centerin Boulder, Colorado
We approach psychological suffering with the aim of alleviating pain as well as addressing root causes. Our clients do not want to take a medication long-term or to mask symptoms. They want personalized medical care tailored to their specific needs.
We Prefer Natural Treatments
Wherever possible, the most natural treatments will be recommended. We regard medications as a catalyst for deeper work, and not as a complete stand-alone treatment.
Emphasis on Psychotherapy
Various medical studies have shown its superior effectiveness versus medication treatments in all but the most severe situations. The synergy of medication and psychotherapy can provided an effective combination early in recovery.
Cultivating Lasting Well-Being
Full-blown psychiatric disorders are most often caused by unmitigated chronic stress. We will help you develop the skills to be able to face challenges and overcome them, while we are addressing current symptoms.
Get in Touch with us Today
Our high confidentiality standard does not support the use of email, so exercise caution with this method of communication.
We prefer phone communication and our main number is 303-260-9685 with any questions or to schedule an evaluation.
founder and leadership
Will Vanderveer, MD
After attending Vanderbilt University for medical school, Will came to Colorado for residency training in psychiatry at the University of Colorado. He opened his private practice in 2002, and has been in practice in Boulder since that time. Will is board-certified by the American Board of Integrative and Holistic Medicine. His passion is finding effective relief from psychological suffering using a vast array of the most natural approaches possible. In addition to traditional medical training, he has have received training in mediation instruction, shamanism, and various psychotherapies.
Successful treatments often include addressing imbalances from a variety of different perspectives, from the ground up. Beginning with diet and lifestyle habits, mindfulness training, optimization of gut functioning, treating hormone imbalances and signs of chronic stress, his aim is to address root causes. His current experience since 2012 as a member of a research team conducting Phase 2 and Phase 3 double blind randomized controlled clinical trials of a novel treatment for chronic treatment PTSD (mdmaptsd.org) – further reinforced his conviction that everyone can heal and achieve well-being.
Will’s role at IPHC is medical director, psychotherapist, and psychiatrist, and no longer provides medication-only treatments. His practice is limited to people seeking weekly psychotherapy with integrative mindfulness-based psychiatry.
our Support Team of Mental Health Specialists
Tools For Treatment Resistant Patients
Will Van DerVeer, MD delivers a powerful talk in partnership wtih Janet Settle, MD titled The Future of Psychiatry is NOW.
Through sharing his journey around the discovery of functional approaches to develop a toolkit as a different way to provide treatment.
By fine-tuning the approach to Integrative Psychiatry over the last 15 years, these pioneers have discovered a more impactful approach to Psychiatry.
on the forefront of integrative psychology
Research and Teachings from Our Team
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