Specializing in Couples Therapy
• Learn new tools for addressing differences about
child-rearing, managing finances, or dealing
• Overcome the impact of an affair.
• Deepen your emotional and sexual connection and
resolve sexual difficulties.
• Make an already good relationship even better.
Leaders in our field with over
50 years of combined experience
Ruth Morehouse, Ph.D.
Co-Director - Marriage and Family Health Center
2017 President of the Division of Couple and Family Psychology of the American
Psychological Association (APA), AASECT Certified Sex Therapist, Diplomat, Licensed
David Schnarch, Ph.D.
Director - Marriage and Family Health Center, Crucible Institute
Author of 5 books including two international best sellers, Passionate Marriage and
Intimacy and Desire; Awaken the Passion in Your Relationship, Recipient of APA Award for
Outstanding Contribution to Psychological Practice and the
American Association of Marriage and Family Therapist Award
for Outstanding Contribution to Family Therapy,
Licensed Psychologist, Colorado
Individual Therapy for Children,
Adolescents and Adults
• Address problems with low self-esteem, depression,
anxiety, trauma, obsessive-compulsive behavior or
unresolved issues from your past.
• Learn to successfully navigate life transitions such
as a job change, retirement, children leaving home,
separation, loss of family member, coping with
how individual and couples therapy
can help you feel connected again.
Marriage and Family
Health Center of Evergreen
2922 Evergreen Parkway, Suite 310, Evergreen
hit the trails with full force. There are moderate mountain inclines, meadow paths and
trails that take you to the pinnacle of a peak
for stunning views. Depending on the season,
you could see a waterfall, significant temperature changes, lots of other nature enthusiasts
or absolutely no one.
You’ll see many of these same runners at
the Evergreen Trail Racing Series, a five-race
series of events hosted by the Park & Rec District. The races cover mountainous terrain and
range from a 5K all the way to a half-marathon
to the top of Bergen Peak.
There’s also a women’s beginner mountain
biking program for those age 18 and older.
The group meets every Monday at the west
entrance of Alderfer/Three Sisters Open Space
Park at 5: 30 P.M. If you want to get started in
mountain biking but are afraid of anything
that’s not flat, obstacle-free terrain, this group
It’s easy to stay healthy and fit when you’re
having fun. Telling yourself you have to exercise isn’t nearly as appealing as telling yourself you get to play golf at one of two 18-hole
courses, go climbing at Buchanan Park
Recreation Center’s 41-foot pinnacle, or head
out for a day of snowshoeing or cross-country skiing with the District-run “Experience
Private recreation and fitness is in full
bloom year round in Evergreen. There are several places that offer access to weights, cardio
equipment and trainers, Pilates, Nia, dance
and a variety of types of yoga.
Whatever recreation you consider “fun,”
chances are it’s available in Evergreen!
The physical benefits of living in Evergreen
are complemented by the mental and emotional benefits of living in a close network of
family, friends and community. In fact, such
settings have been linked to a decreased risk
of cognitive impairment, such as memory loss
associated with dementia and Alzheimer’s.
Those who live in Evergreen know that residents are interwoven, like a large but tightknit family. There’s a huge volunteer base,
demonstrating the investment that community members have in one another’s success
Over the years, tens of thousands of volunteer hours have gone into Evergreen’s
festivals, parades, concerts and fundraisers
in order to keep costs down to bring free or
affordable fun to every member of the community. For newcomers, volunteering for and
attending these annual events is one of the
best ways to get to know your neighbors.
continues on page 20