Boulder Psychologist

Dr. Eva A. Malanowski

Dr. Eva's Process:

In my work as a Boulder psychologist I combine the best of science and the most effective spiritual and energetically based methods of transformation. I utilize the newest research in psychology with energy healing strategies such as Emotional Freedom Techniques. This approach creates a solid foundation for change, as well as a dynamic environment for transformation. Life becomes more meaningful, the fog of depression lifts, the traumas of the past lose their sting, and shame is transformed into self-acceptance and self-love.

My work is done in a caring and cozy atmosphere. My Boulder psychologist office becomes a cocoon of safety where the metamorphosis occurs and support is provided as your new wings are tried out and tested in the world. Over time you learn how you are the creator of your environment and how you have so much more to offer and are so much more powerful than you had ever imagined. You learn how to manage and transform your thoughts, your feelings and your mood. Life becomes vibrant and exciting again.

About Me

My name is Eva A. Malanowski, Psy.D. I am a Clinical Psychologist in Boulder, Colorado. My practice is based on the idea of metamorphosis and transformation. Growing up in Boulder I knew I wanted to be a psychologist since high school. I saw pain around me and I knew that I wanted to help. I saw clearly the juxtaposition of the beauty of the natural environment of Boulder and the pain in my teenage friends and in myself.

At a very early age I was interested in spirituality as well as psychology. I did a project on the evidence for reincarnation in 10th grade. I pursued my love of psychology and in 2000 I received my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology. I also continued to study different spiritual traditions including Hinduism, Buddhism and Positive Christianity.

As I was working on healing myself form depression at the age of 14, I discovered Dr. David Burns’ book “Feeling Good.” I loved the idea that we could transform ourselves, that we could change our thinking and through changing or thinking change our lives. I began to apply the changed self-talk as well as the behavioral changes. I began to feel better and see actual changes in my life.

Eight years ago I met Dr. Martha Horton, who became a beloved mentor. She is the author of the book, “The Seashell People,” and the creator of the Amate Growth Work Method, a process for helping people heal the emotional wounds of childhood and reach full emotional maturity. I studied with Martha and became an Amate Growth Work facilitator myself. This process creates the perfect foundation for being able to fully step into your life and finally take those risks you were previously too fearful to take.

Spiritual Awakening Help

Many people all over the world are experiencing heart-centered awakening and spiritual awakening. They may not know where to turn or what to do, and not many psychologists know how to help them. They may think they are losing their minds and so may their family. This is an experience that I have gone through myself and have now successfully navigated after much trial and error, information seeking and education, so I am in a position of helping make your transformation much simpler by providing you with the guidance that you need to fully utilize your potential, without making all of the mistakes that I made. You have a place here where you can safely explore and receive loving guidance.

Contact Boulder Psychologist Dr. Eva A. Malanowski at:

Ph: 303.242.7824


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Boulder Psychologist Eva A. Malanowski is accepting new clients on a case by case basis. Please call or email to inquire.

Disclaimer: The recommended practitioners listed on this website are all practicing independently and are not affiliated with the practice of Ben Schwarcz, MFT.

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