ATTACh provides clinician referrals, not recommendations. We refer parents to licensed providers and do not guarantee the accuracy of the information concerning any provider. We do not license, endorse, or recommend any particular provider, nor do we make the judgment about the quality of care given by any provider. Consequently, we urge parents to interview a provider and to check the provider’s references carefully before engaging the provider for service.

Dr. Terry Levy, Ph.D., D.A.P.A., B.C.F.E.

Director Evergreen Psychotherapy Center
32065 Castle Court Suite 325 Evergreen CO 80439 United States Phone: 303-674-4029 Fax: 303-674-4078 Website: Evergreen Psychotherapy Center
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Biographical Info

Terry Levy has been a psychotherapist, trainer, supervisor and consultant for more than 40 years. He is a licensed clinical psychologist in Colorado and Florida, a board-certified forensic examiner and a diplomate and master therapist of the American Psychotherapy Association. Dr. Levy is also a clinical member of the American, Colorado and Florida psychological associations; the American and Colorado associations of Marriage and Family Therapy; the American Family Therapy Academy and the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.

Dr. Levy previously served as founder and director of the Family Life Center in Florida and the Miami Psychotherapy Institute, which offered family-systems treatment and training. He was co-founder and past president of the board of directors of the Association for Treatment and Training in the Attachment of Children (ATTACh), an international organization dedicated to attachment and its critical importance to human development.

Dr. Levy has taught seminars for mental health, child welfare and school systems throughout North America, Europe and Asia, including the American Psychological Association, American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children, American Academy of Psychotherapists, American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Child Welfare League of America and the National Foster Parents Association.

He is co-author of the best-selling book, Attachment,Trauma and Healing, Second Edition (2014, Jessica Kinsley Pub., London); editor of Handbook of Attachment Interventions (2000, Elsevier Press) and co-author of Healing Parents: Helping Wounded Children Learn to Trust and Love (2006, Child Welfare League of America).

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