Kay Sheehan, LCSW

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Kay Sheehan, LCSW
Kay Sheehan, LCSW, EDD, BCB-Senior Fellow, BCN Office

(303) 795-1761

2305 East Arapahoe Road Centennial, CO 80122
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Kay Sheehan, LCSW

Dr Kay Sheehan, LCSW, EDD, BCB-Senior Fellow, BCN, is a licensed clinical social worker located in Centennial, CO. Dr. Kay Sheehan works with children, adolescents and adults. She specializes in helping with anger management, autism, patients with traumatic brain injuries or concussions and treatment of other health issues. Dr Sheehan works with patients who have ADHD, PTSD, addictions, anxiety, autism, and many more conditions. As a clinical psychologist, she uses neurofeedback, biofeedback therapy, EMDR and other counseling skills to evaluate and improve emotional and mental health issues. She does evaluations, assessments and qEEG’s (brain maps) and consultations.

Please contact Dr. Kay Sheehan’s office at (303) 795-1761 to schedule an appointment in Centennial, CO or to get more information.
42 Years In Practice
Primary Specialty

Clinical Social Worker

Practice Kay Sheehan, LCSW, EDD, BCB-Senior Fellow, BCN
Gender Female
Education University of Minnesota - BA in Psychology and Sociology and MSW

University of Northern Colorado - doctorate in Transpersonal Psychology
Affiliations Dr Sheehan is one of the founders of the Colorado Association for Applied
Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, a past president twice and has held many board positions. She also was a board member of the national/international Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback and gives talks and workshops to other professionals both nationally and internationally, most recently on Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI).
Certification In addition to being certified at the highest level in Biofeedback from the only recognized certifying organization, Board Certification International Alliance (BCIA), as a Senior Fellow, she is also Board Certified in Neurofeedback.

Dr. Sheehan is also certified at the highest level for EMDR, a psychotherapeutic technique that speeds psychotherapy up by many sessions and is excellent for traumatic events and for habits and patterns in which the individual knows one thing cognitively, but is still stuck emotionally and behaviorally.
Services Anger management
ADD
ADHD
PTSD
Addictions
Anxiety
Autism
Traumatic brain injury (TBI)
Concussion

Neurofeedback and Biofeedback
EMDR therapy

Dr. Kay Sheehan works with children, adolescents and adults.
Consumer Feedback
(11 Reviews)
Service
4.5 star average for Service
Environment
4 star average for Environment
Expertise
5 star average for Expertise
Staff
5 star average for Staff
Recommended
5 star average for Recommended
Value
3 star average for Value
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Recent Reviews
My husband and I took her class on Power Struggles about 25 years ago. It was the best investment we could have made for our family. Each of our children thanked us once they went away to college and met others who were simply not equipped to move away from home. They are nearly 32 and 34 and still playfully call Before or After dinner chores when we are together.

Partway through the class I realized I was still in a power struggle with MY mother - through a year of counseling, biofeedback and EMDR, I released the emotional angst and my relationship with my mother improved dramatically.
by Di xxx.xxx.233.249
December 04, 2019
Review by Charles Adler, MD, FAPA on 04/06/2017 15:03:43PM... moved by Admin from 4052660. JV

MY REVIEW:
I am writing this to share my experiences with Dr. Kay Sheehan, whom I have known since the mid 1970’s. She possesses a sterling character, high work ethics, fine and extensive graduate educational background and all this backed up by a loving and generous heart. These are not qualities which are commonly found together in psychology or related professional circles.

I am an MD psychiatrist with nearly 50 years of private practice in Denver and Boulder, opened the first private clinic in the USA for biofeedback, first presented the field to the American Psychiatric Assn, taught extensively in the USA and in Europe, published fully in my fields, etc.

I have worked near Dr. Sheehan for years, treated patients medically she has seen, and have consistently been impressed with her competence and kindness. She is scrupulously honest and thoroughly professional in her dealings with her clientele and her office is tasteful and neat.

Anyone who comes to a markedly different conclusion is operating on the basis of some unrelated childhood trauma – or a motive far worse. Her colleagues would agree with this assessment.

Yours sincerely,
Charles Adler, MD, FAPA
by John Valenty xxx.xxx.98.142
August 15, 2018
Recent Polls
Do you think that the provider's staff are well trained?
Yes
Was the wait time for your appointment reasonable once you got to the office?
Yes
Did this psychologist listen to your input and concerns?
Absolutely! They always listen carefully to what I have to say!
Did you have to wait long after you arrived for your appointment?
No, they were ready for me right after I arrived.
Does this provider answer the phone in a reasonable time when you call?
Definitely
by Anonymous xxx.xxx.124.244
October 05, 2015
Did this psychologist have reasonable prices?
Absolutely!
Does this psychologist remember you and your circumstances at every appointment?
Definitely! They always remember me and make me feel important!
Did a staff member acknowledge or greet you when you entered?
Immediately! They gave me a friendly greeting as soon as I walked in
Were you able to get answers to simple questions from this provider without scheduling an appointment?
Absolutely! I'm always able to get my questions answered over the phone right away!
Was this provider's office too loud?
No, it wasn't too loud
by Anonymous xxx.xxx.106.144
January 24, 2014
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