Project Description


-Friday : 10am – 5pm
-Saturday :  10am – 4pm



John Richardson, PhD offers a reduced rate of $125.00 a session for individuals who do not have insurance or who would like to work with him outside of their ‘in-network’ insurance panel.

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John Paul Richardson, PhD, LPC, NCSP

Psychologist Candidate

I am a therapist who has a conviction and passion for being in service to others. I have a decade of experience working with children, adolescents, adults and families. My professional experience focuses on a patient-centered, solution focused model. It is a form of therapy that respects each client’s cultural & religious beliefs, as well as their personal journey. It is a collaborative approach to real solutions for real individuals/families developed in an emotionally safe, comfortable, supportive and non-judgmental environment. With compassion, dedication and humor we will work through whatever challenges you, your family or your child.

My practice includes children, adolescents, adults and families dealing with grief, depression, suicidal ideation, defiance, parental divorce, ADHD, and other behavioral issues. Although the main focus of my practice is on the child and family, I also work with young adults on issues relating to depression, setting personal boundaries, and grief.

Life is hectic so I offer evening & Saturday appointments. I am proud to be part of a group of experienced, licensed mental health professionals in Longmont. Working together as a team helps us assure that new clients will see the best possible therapist for their particular problem and situation.


-Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
-Family Systems
-Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)


-Adolescents / Teenagers
-Anger Management
-Behavioral Issues
-Children age 8+
-Conduct Problems
-Coping Skills
-Depression / Anxiety
-Emotional Disturbance
-Family Conflict
-Family Systems-Life Transitions
-Family Therapy
-Group Therapy
-LGBT Support
-Marital Counseling
-Mood Disorders
-Oppositional Defiance
-Peer Relationships
-Personality Disorders
-Relationship Issues
-School Performance
-Self Esteem
-Social Anxiety
-Teen Violence
-Transition Adjustment
-Trauma / PTSD
-Young Adults


DEGREES -Ph.D. in School Psychology (APA accredited, NASP approved) University of Northern Colorado
-Masters of Counseling Psychology
University of Central Oklahoma
-Masters in Divinity
Iliff School of Theology
LICENSE -Licensed Professional Counselor
Colorado #4866
ASSOCIATIONS -National Association of School Psychologists
-American Psychological Association


-The Tennyson Center for Children- providing individual, family and group therapy for children.
-Maxim Healthcare Services- providing crisis intervention and behavioral guidance
-Choices for Life Foster Care- offering home-based counseling for state-custody children with emotional disturbances and behavioral disorders, as well as social advocacy.
-DaySpring Behavioral Health Services- providing psychotherapy services
-Belize Central Prison- counseling and tutoring teenage boys
-Edmond Family Services- counseling individuals and families