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Welcome to the Denver Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Denver, Colorado.

Therapists in Denver

Jeffrey Goldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“A few years ago a woman called me to schedule an appointment. She asked if there was anything she should do before our first visit. I encouraged her to think about how she’d know when therapy was over. “I thought you were supposed to tell me that,” she answered. At our final meeting she reminded me of this conversation and thanked me for putting her in charge, “right from the beginning.” Because I'm solution-focused, that's what I do. I ask you the questions you aren't asking yourself, and more, I help you listen to your answers.
(303) 900-7287
Denver, Colorado 80209
Amelia G Powers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“My passion is you. I want to walk with you, understand your life and be a support when your life feels like a struggle. I consider myself a holistic practitioner and have been trained in various therapies as well as experienced many aspects of life. My path has included working with military sexual trauma, combat trauma, chronic pain, addictions, family conflict, depression, bi-polar, personality disorders, just to name a few.
(719) 359-5241
Denver, Colorado 80220
Calyn Crow, Counselor  in Denver
“As complex and dynamic human beings, we by nature all have issues. Life is full of ups and downs. It is how we manage and resolve these issues and transitions that is important. Lets focus on how you want your life to be when the problem no longer exists. Focusing on what you want to get bigger, imagining what difference this will make, and how you got there is an important and effective use of time. Lets pay attention to what is working and how we can build on this.
(303) 974-4625
Denver, Colorado 80209
Scot A. Boespflug, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize in helping people find and reach their unique potential. I offer an array of psychological services aimed at helping you reach your personal and professional goals. I have particular specialties in anxiety disorders, stress management, depression, men's issues, relationship issues, pain management, workplaces issues, professional development and career transitions.
(720) 463-2639
Denver, Colorado 80238
Kseniya Bakhtin  in Denver
“People often come to therapy looking for relief from emotional pain, overwhelmed by their emotions or feeling distanced from them and numb. It is common to feel that old patterns of reacting and behaving do not work anymore, that we are going in circles, and to experience dissatisfaction with ourselves, our relationships, and with lack of meaning in our lives. I admire and appreciate my clients' courage to look inside and to engage in the process of self-reflection and exploration that can be painful and challenging, but ultimately rewarding.
(303) 848-3150
Denver, Colorado 80246
Tammy 'Kaia' Bruski  in Denver
“I help individuals and couples unearth pain and disappointment they've experienced in life and support them in a holistic approach to healing. One goal for therapy is to move into a greater sense of well-being and authenticity. I collaborate with my clients in creating purpose in the way they live, whether that means finding internal peace and fulfillment, or encouraging couples to communicate more effectively. In relationship work, I address issues such as intimacy, trust, communication, conflict resolution, personality styles and sexuality. In individual work, I focus on meaning, anxiety, emotional pain, self- defeating patterns, and healthy boundaries.
(720) 924-4684
Denver, Colorado 80210
Kirk S Johnson, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe we have the answers to our questions and issues within ourselves. As a therapist, my role is to help you unveil these answers. I want to help you work on issues related to trauma, grief and loss, addiction, mental illness, life transitions, and life coaching. People I’ve worked with describe me as authentic, sincere, and compassionate. I understand from my own experience—and those whom I’ve worked with--what suffering and struggle mean and how debilitating it can be. I want to help you work through your issues so you can begin to live a more meaningful and satisfying life.
(303) 747-4758
Denver, Colorado 80222
Mark Rush, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Denver
“www.markrushphd.com Goal is for clients to make changes they want sooner, with lasting positive effects for themselves, others in their lives, and their environments. I believe that it is important that the approach being used makes sense to my clients. I ask my clients if the approach seems usable, and invite them to question it. Also believe it is important to quickly develop well-defined goals based on my client's priorities for therapy, and for them to have relevant things to work on in between sessions. Therapy is individualized. Work with somatic issues (using EMDR), life coaching.
(303) 900-7191
Denver, Colorado 80222
Juanita Ratner, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you looking for a counselor who is genuine, warm, supportive, insightful? My holistic, informal approach is ideal for someone who wants to know themselves and change and grow in the process. Areas I work with include relationship issues, anxiety, panic attacks, self esteem, personal growth, emotional eating, life changes, depression, women's issues, stress, meditation and relaxation, spiritual searches, and the quest for self-knowledge. I blend methods and approaches of many modalities: integrative, depth, existential-humanistic, family systems, cognitive-behavioral, developmental, awareness-based, and psychodynamic. I work with dreams. I also supervise other counselors.
(720) 340-3571
Denver, Colorado 80203
Ayelet Shmuel,   in Denver
“We don't have to take the traditional route to therapy! Bring in your music, your art, your favorite picture, anything that moves you, triggers you, makes you happy or upsets you and we can go from there. We can sit and talk, go for a walk or be creative with our time. This journey is all yours and you can shape it anyway you want. If you are willing to take the first step, I will offer a safe space, empathy and honest and direct communication to help you on your journey.
(720) 548-2607
Denver, Colorado 80231
Kaci Guilford, Counselor  in Denver
“Some say that when life hands you lemons, make lemonade... but what if you don't have the recipe? Or the motivation? I believe that each of us have the capability to be happy- sometimes we just need a little help!Counseling is a great place to start: a successful therapeutic relationship can provide a safe & comfortable place for you to explore those "stuck" moments in life. As your counselor, I can help guide and motivate you along the rocky roads of life. Together we can create a refuge of solace & reflection where learning, growth, and even change, occur.
(720) 722-8926
Denver, Colorado 80211
Jason Seidel, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize in helping adults who have not been helped by past treatment, who have problems feeling connected, or who have long-standing struggles with trauma, depression, anxiety, or relationships. All our therapists track how effective we are--and we publish our results. That's what makes The Colorado Center for Clinical Excellence different. I invite you to read about my approach, results, fees, articles, and resources at thecoloradocenter.com.
(720) 509-9910
Denver, Colorado 80222
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“Barbara Flood
(303) 731-4526
Denver, Colorado 80203
Ginny Swem  in Denver
“Does your happiness and self-worth yo-yo up and down depending on the current circumstances of your life? When something which you have no control over goes wrong, do you tend to blame yourself even when you know, logically, that it isn't your fault? The pain of low self-esteem and perfectionism can be hard to live with and sometimes hard to escape from. I love to work with people to improve their feelings of self-worth and lessen the pull of perfectionism.
(303) 747-4763
Denver, Colorado 80202
Bethany Raab, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I specialize in working with teens, young adults and families who are experiencing mental health problems or acting-out behaviors. I also see a number of professionals seeking help with creating balance in their life. I focus on personal strengths and work with my clients to create realistic solutions.
(720) 310-2908
Denver, Colorado 80203
Jamie Kleeman, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that each client is an individual and should be treated as such. Because of this I tailor my treatment modality to fit the specific needs of those whom I see. I use an integrative approach comprised of relational, person-centered, family systems, play therapy, and mindfulness techniques.
(720) 314-8832
Denver, Colorado 80218
Darius Hickman, Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, CAC-III, LCDC, RYT
“How you see yourself might be deeply influenced by the emotional distress, negative thought patterns, or destructive and addictive behaviors you struggle with. However, as a Transpersonal Psychotherapist I believe these conditions cover up, rather than define, who you truly are. My unique approach to psychotherapy encourages a balanced integration of the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of your wellbeing. I'd like to support you in creating optimal conditions for the safe, mindful, and deep exploration of your innate capacity for self-healing and radical transformation.
(720) 295-9008
Denver, Colorado 80203
Sean M Boyd, Counselor  in Denver
“It is my mission to support my clients on the path of self-discovery. I accomplish this by offering a balance of support, encouragement, and constructive feedback, when needed.
(303) 622-5265
Denver, Colorado 80210
Alexis Emich, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a Psychologist located in Denver, Colorado. Through an individualized treatment approach, I focus on the unique needs of children and adults to help you find a greater understanding of yourself and to promote the changes you desire in your life. I believe that the therapeutic relationship is of utmost importance and will work with you to ensure your understanding, comfort, and trust in our relationship and in the therapeutic process.
(720) 336-4464
Denver, Colorado 80246
Patrick Thomas Cole, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Our clinical focus is Dialectical and Cognitive Behavior Therapy, as well as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, primarily for the adolescent and emerging adult, but also working with adults, families and couples. Our clients struggle with regulating emotions, distress tolerance, core emptiness (confusion about oneself), as well as interpersonal conflict with frequent emotional chaos. Our time-limited, solution-focused technique is often sought to augment a person's existing individual therapy. Our approach is also effective in treating depression, self-injury, anxiety - focusing on coping skills. We are comprised of 4 licensed clinicians offering both individual, couple and group therapy.
(303) 622-3685
Denver, Colorado 80222
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