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Adoption Therapists in Denver

Kathy Mackechney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in providing therapy to adoptees and their families. As an adoptee myself, I have combined my personal experience with my professional training to be able to offer a complete understanding of adoption issues and how to effectively address them. I work with adoptees of all ages and stages--from childhood through older adulthood and from that first understanding of what it means to have been relinquished and adopted, through search and reunion. I work with both individual adult adoptees and adopted children/teens and their parents.
Adoption
(303) 816-8012
Denver, Colorado 80206
Lisa Ali, Counselor  in Denver
“I work collaboratively with parents, caregivers and professionals to provide quality therapeutic services to clients and families in need. I work with clients who are struggling with relationship issues, attachment, bonding, adoption related issues, behavioral struggles and life changes. I believes in the strength of families and individuals and I will utilize those strengths during the therapeutic process. I believe we all have strengths we can draw from which make us a stronger and healthier being.
Adoption
(303) 569-4350
Denver, Colorado 80203
Meghan Scanlan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MEd
“I have over twelve years of experience working in the mental health field. I received my MSW from Washington University in St. Louis with a specialization in family therapy and completed my masters in education while teaching elementary school to underserved children as part of Teach for America. I am a proud graduate of the University of Notre Dame. I continue to be an active learner and have participated in many trainings- most notably EMDR, Karyn Purvis's Trust Based Relational Intervention, Gottman's Couples Therapy, Bruce Perry's Neurosequential Framework, DBT, and Heather Forbes's Beyond Consequences.
Adoption
(303) 872-9163
Denver, Colorado 80210
Moya C Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“My passion is working with parents to help them understand the neurobiology of trauma in their children and their own triggers. This often includes early traumas like adoption, neglect, abuse and/or medical trauma. In a family, working towards healthy relationships is about working through our own histories and traumas. As an adoptive parent, I get trauma. I see how kids are affected by early neglect, abuse and trauma. I know from my training, clinical experience and most of all from my own parenting journey, that hope and healing is available.
Adoption
(720) 580-6700
Denver, Colorado 80209
Lauren Stokes, Counselor  in Denver
“Do you sometimes find that life feels uncertain, hopeless, or overwhelming? Do you hurt in subtle ways that you can't quite put your finger on? Perhaps you want stronger connections and greater stability in your relationships. Exploring individual, couple, child, or group counseling as a way to find healing and wellness is a courageous step toward creating the life and relationships you want for yourself and your loved ones. I'll support you not only in making sense of sorrow or struggles but also in creating more moments of contentment, purpose, and joy.
Adoption
(720) 463-2604
Denver, Colorado 80204
Joe Elliott, Counselor  in Denver
“Over the past fiften years, I have worked with a vast and diverse group of people. My practice has been informed by a deep value of service to others and a consistent striving to improve the quality of life of my clients. My goal is to provide affordable, high quality psychotherapy for couples, families, and individuals because I believe that strengthening relationships is one of the best avenues to mental health. My attention to the unique circumstances of my clients, my networking other professionals, and my hard work lead clients to feel supported and hopeful that real change is possible.
Adoption
(720) 726-1866
Office is near:
Denver, Colorado 80202
Kim Godell, Counselor  in Denver
“Hello, I am a licensed counselor that specializes in child, adolescent, and adult issues including trauma, self-esteem, depression, grief/loss, and anxiety. I believe the adjustment to parenthood can be quite challenging and therefore work with new parents in a variety of post partum issues as the balance is made in their new life. I believe when problems are not addressed, they become magnified and are all encompassing. Allow me to help resolve and overcome the road blocks in your life.
Adoption
(303) 732-6241
Denver, Colorado 80220
Ashley R Tacheny, Counselor  in Denver
“I have extensive experience providing individual, couples, and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Areas of expertise include: Anxiety, Attachment Issues, Depression, EMDR, Grief and Loss, Marriage/Couples Counseling, Relationship Issues, and Self Esteem. I am looking forward to utilizing my skills and experience to partner with you to provide meaningful, lasting change. Whether this is a time of transition or you're ready to work on deeper issues, I will help you accomplish your goals so you can get the most out of life.
Adoption
(720) 606-6119
Denver, Colorado 80224
Justin R Ryan, Counselor  in Denver
“Welcome to your new beginning filled with endless possibilties to gain self-enlightenment and find meaning through growth and recovery. As a therapist, I believe in fostering a healing process through acceptance, tolerance, and empathy. I respect and admire each person's unique and individual perspective and enjoy collaborating with my clients. I believe that everyone has the innate ability to grow and make positive changes towards self-recovery. As a therapist I also received two years of Marriage and Family training from the Denver Family Institute. I believe in using a strength based approach while looking at attachment styles.
Adoption
(303) 536-5085
Office is near:
Denver, Colorado 80220
Nancy Goldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I've worked as a professional for over thirty years in the mental health field, over 20 as a licensed clinical social worker. Specialties include treating very young children, school age children, adolescents, families and individual adults. My approach to working with both individuals and families is relationship based. In recent years I've especially enjoyed working with adoptive families with a focus on attachment, with adults experiencing unresolved trauma from their own childhood and recent past and with pregnant or new mothers transitioning into this different role and possibly experiencing feelings of depression or anxiety.
Adoption
(303) 963-9369
Denver, Colorado 80211
Simone Verrone, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you feeling 'stuck' because of a difficult experience you lived through? Are you having anxiety, fear or sadness due to what happened to you? Do you wish you could overcome problems within your marriage or other relationships caused by the past?
Adoption
(720) 432-1551
Denver, Colorado 80211
Aleisha Maunu, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LAC
“I work with individuals, couples, and families from a strengths based, relational, and solution focused perspective. I work with couples wishing to enhance and strengthen their relationship, increase communication skills, and strengthen parenting skills. I work with children and families struggling with a variety of issues, including blended families, adoptive families, substance abuse, and various childhood issues (e.g., behavioral issues, depression/anxiety/fears).
Adoption
(303) 351-5143
Denver, Colorado 80222
Bev Wennogle, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“As a psychotherapist I begin by getting a good understanding of what the client, couple or family want to achieve. To be successful, a desire to change and invest themselves in the process of therapy is key. I share ideas based on my experience and educational background that might help them reach their goals. I also explain as clearly as possible what I see as blocks to making change and the interventions we will use to break down those barriers. Together we build on the strengths of the client, couple or family hoping for them to experience more joy in each of their days.
Adoption
(303) 720-7682
Denver, Colorado 80222
Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy and Research, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“Our staff is here to provide you with the help you need. We use state of the art knowledge of human development to guide all of our treatment techniques--providing you with affordable, effective therapy. BIPR therapists are highly trained in trauma and attachment issues and receive continual training in the lasted advances in the field. We strongly believe that all people should be able to receive high quality psychotherapy and therefore we provide AFFORDABLE psychotherapy for those who need it. We treat children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. We can help with trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, attachment issues, child behavior problems, parenting help, sexual and physical abuse, grief and loss, and adjustment to life issues. We are committed to treating veterans and their family members. We can also provide PsychoEducational Testing and Psychodiagnostic Evaluations. Our main approach is psychodynamic. We also use EMDR, DBT and some CBT techniques. The Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy and Research is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. Please visit our website for more information www.bipr.org
Adoption
(303) 578-6165
We serve:
Denver, Colorado 80201
Kelsey Shane, Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPCC, CACII, NCC, EMDR
“The people I like to work with are people that are motivated to enhance their life or figure out what's holding them back. I aim to help you become the best version of yourself & will be there for you during tough times, as well as during the times worth celebrating. Many of my clients are trying to figure out what role sexuality plays in their life or how it affects them. I'll work as hard as I can with and for you to help you figure out what it is you need to improve your life.
Adoption
(303) 732-6512
Denver, Colorado 80211
Mikey Brackett, Counselor  in Denver
“Trained in Experiential Play Therapy Mikey truly enjoys creating a safe and powerful space that meets each persons unique emotional and developmental needs. He understands that the counseling process, done well, happens in a creative and collaborative space; making use of varying artistic methods to enrich the client's experience. He is integrative and experiential, offering dynamic and intentional care to the people he works with. In this, he hopes and believes that each client can experience growth and healing and that in therapy they will be both challenged and encouraged, experiencing support and gaining deeper insight.
Adoption
(706) 843-2714
Denver, Colorado 80211
William Hambleton Bishop, Counselor  in Denver
“I help people to know and to present their authentic self so that they will feel joy and fulfillment individually and within the context of important relationships. Within the safety of my therapeutic space I offer experiences which serve to increase self-awareness, compassion, presence, purposefulness, and connection; I help people to find congruency between who they really are and how they are living their life.
Adoption
(303) 732-6149
Denver, Colorado 80237
Karen K Mills, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that early experiences influence one's self-concept, expectations and behavior. Change occurs through emerging self-discovery and understanding, within a safe therapeutic relationship. Therefore the therapeutic relationship is the most important aspect of psychotherapy; it is a process in which both the client and therapist actively participate.
Adoption
(303) 900-5397
Denver, Colorado 80220
Brooke McAuley, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSW, CACIII
“We are all capable of experiencing connection, joy, and a sense of wonder in our everyday lives. However, there are several barriers that prevent us from getting the most out of life such as depression, addiction, grief, loss, low self-esteem, feeling disconnected and unfulfilled. I work in a caring, supportive, and respectful way to confront self-sabotaging behaviors. Together, we will explore present day conflicts, especially relationship and attachment issues, which have prevented you from achieving your goals in life. I am committed to helping you discover new possibilities that will support an abundant and purposeful life.
Adoption
(303) 835-7043
Denver, Colorado 80203
Connie Cory, MA, LPC, Counselor  in Denver
“For over 20 years, I have supported hundreds of clients during the losses, challenges and changes in their lives. I also worked in the corporate world for years which gives me a unique perspective. If you are feeling lost, overwhelmed or stuck right now, personally or professionally, we can work together to uncover the answers for you. With solid support In a safe, caring and confidential environment, amazing insight and change can happen.
Adoption
(303) 872-4244
Denver, Colorado 80209
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If you're looking for adoption counseling in Denver or help with an adoption in Denver or for a Denver adoption Therapist, these professionals provide adoption support and adoption counseling. They include adoption Therapists, adoption psychologists and adoption counselors in Denver. They can help you coping with adoption in Denver, they can support adopting families and provide child counseling for the adopted child (or adopted children) or foster child (or foster children).

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