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Medicaid Therapists in Denver

John St Clair, Counselor  in Denver
“I work from a Client focused,existential perspective which simply means that the difficulties encountered in a life whether predisposed, traumatic or self imposed often can lead to self doubts and crises of meaning. This left unaddressed can manifest as stagnation, destructive repetitive decision making and feelings of pointlessness. I like working with a client who enjoys a sense of adventure toward life's unfolding, identifying its roadblocks and collaboratively exploring fresh, more fulfilling choices and responses to experience.
Medicaid
(720) 308-8630
Denver, Colorado 80210
Florian Ezui, Counselor  in Denver
“"Welcome" I approach therapy as an art rather than a science by focusing on you to meet your unique needs. My goal in therapy is to help you foster a healthier understanding of yourself and your emotional state. It's my duty as your therapist to provide a compassionate, non-judgmental space where you feel free to express yourself. I have an extensive experience working with people from culturally diverse background and from all ages.
Medicaid
(720) 465-8996
Denver, Colorado 80219
Jennifer Dawn Maddox, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MASM
“"Cultivating the habit of self-acceptance allows us to live lives of wholeness" Tutu. We know that trauma and stress can be incredibly destructive, splintering our selves from others and from our own sense of self acceptance. I work with individual, couples and families struggling with the complexities of PTSD, extreme stress and trauma. My objective is to provide you with a deeper understanding of the effects of trauma, particularly within the context of relationship to self and others. In the process you just might find wholeness.
Medicaid
(303) 900-7153
Denver, Colorado 80220
“Psychotherapy is much more than the removal of symptoms, it's learning to fall back in love with your life! I work with adults, aging adults, and adolescents who are worried or depressed about their current life circumstances, who may have symptoms of anxiety, depression, learning disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders, brain traumas, Autism spectrum disorders, which includes Asperger's disorder, and all emotional concerns. I also specialize with SENIORS who are concerned about changes in their cognitive capacities. Learn the difference between a normal aging processes and dementia, and learn to embrace each day.
Medicaid
(720) 608-5937
Denver, Colorado 80203
MultiCultural Counseling Center, Pastoral Counselor  in Denver
“Dr. MarKeva Gwendolyn Hill is a certified pastoral counselor trained in spiritual and clinical healing. She is a graduate of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia where she was awarded the of Doctor of Theology degree in Pastoral Counseling. She is a licensed Professional Counselor in the States of Georgia and Colorado. Dr. Hill is trained in Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology.
Medicaid
(720) 399-1240
Denver, Colorado 80231
Laura A Freshman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer evidence-based interventions targeted for real change. It is often a client's feelings of being overwhelmed, stressed, hopeless, helpless and/or worthless to make changes in how they behave that is the foundation for the best kind of change. Struggling with self-injury, depression, anxiety/panic and substance use are ideal starting points for our work together. As a psychotherapist, my goal is to meet clients where they are and, together, move forwards towards healthy behavioral choices and life affirming relationships with self and others to "support a life worth living" (Marsha Linehan).
Medicaid
(720) 724-7975
Denver, Colorado 80222
Stephen Rodgers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I help adults, children and families to heal their emotional wounds and transform their lives for the better. After ten years of experience working in the helping profession I can tell you that you are not alone in your challenges and that you do not need to carry that burden by yourself. From both sides of the couch, I have witnessed therapy's power to transform and even save lives. We have all experienced difficulties, challenges, trauma and pain in life and I believe that by healing from these experiences we have the opportunity to grow.
Medicaid
(720) 580-6222
Denver, Colorado 80209
Joanna C Ioannides, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work from a strength and client-based perspective. In addition to working from a psychodynamic and psychoanalytic approach, I enjoy working with individuals and incorporating their own spiritual beliefs and values into practice. I work with individuals dealing with relationship and basic wellness and adjustment issues. I value clients who are willing to be genuine and to work towards their own goals in their personal journey and relationships.
Medicaid
(720) 319-7319
Denver, Colorado 80230
Adelante Familias/Forward Families, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Having an impactful counseling experience is important to you. You're looking for someone who is understanding knowledgeable, and experienced. For over 20 years, I have dedicated myself to honing my ability to provide you a counseling experience that is empowering and successful. I aim at collaboration and transparency in working with families, couples and individuals and to ensure that partnership endures throughout treatment, I asked for client feedback at the end a session and actively speak with my consumers about any changes that need to be made to improve experience.
Medicaid
(303) 569-6298
Denver, Colorado 80204
Nichole Meshko, Counselor  in Denver
“I'm an experienced therapist working with adolescents, adults. couples and families; providing quality therapeutic care to those in need. I believe that we all have an intrinsic desire to strive towards health and happiness. I specialize in stabilizing those who are in crisis, preserving the family in it's healthiest form and empowering families, couples and individuals to heal and grow. I'm experienced in treating complex emotional, mental and transpersonal issues. I specialize in treating those whom experience trauma, depression, anxiety, adoption, grief and loss.
Medicaid
(720) 358-5167
Denver, Colorado 80203
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.
Medicaid
(303) 569-4350
Denver, Colorado 80203
Lena V. Dvoskina, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you afraid of being abandoned? Do you try to avoid being alone? Do you have unstable and intense relationships? Are you often confused about who you are as a person? Do you often feel bored, empty, or in deep emotional pain? Do your emotions and moods change frequently? Don't hesitate to call for help. I have over 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist and specialize in personality issues. I will work with you to tailor a therapy style that is comprehensive and sensitive to your needs.
Medicaid
(720) 381-7491
Denver, Colorado 80210
Integrative Psychotherapy and Nutrition Counseling, Counselor  in Denver
“Our philosophy is integrative, meaning that I believe the discomfort or symptoms causing people to seek therapy may not be just in their mind, but can arise from their body, physiology, biochemistry, spirit, soul, and/or nutrition. My approach is to help people find and address the cause of their suffering rather than to treat the symptoms themselves. I utilize effective natural approaches to healing that support the body's own ability to bring about balance and health. My intention is to educate and assist people in reclaiming their heath, well being, independence and trust in themselves. Website: www.IntegrativePsychotherapyServices.com
Medicaid
(303) 747-4709
Denver, Colorado 80206
Denise Deherrera, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, CACIII
“Have you wanted to change something but felt hopeless inside or that your mind was willing but your gut said no way. Addiction affects all areas of our lives. Family, friends and co-workers are impacted by our behavior and our moods. Relationships fall apart, our bodies and our spirits suffer. I will help you find the clarity you need to break the cycle of addiction so you and those around you may lead happier lives. I will help you look at the impact this has had on your family and learn ways to get along with family members.
Medicaid
(303) 578-3854
Denver, Colorado 80231
Kenton L. Burns, Psychologist  in Denver
“Anxiety, depression, relationships, work and career, rehabilitation, health and personal wellness are some of the things which challenge us across life. Mapping a way forward can bring a positive sense of relief when these concerns are addressed, and sometimes, at a surprisingly brisk pace.
Medicaid
(720) 722-2712
Denver, Colorado 80218
Arleen Gershen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my 30 yrs+ of psychotherapy practice, I have worked with very diverse client populations in both short and long term treatment from adolescents to elderly clients with a wide spectrum of concerns. These issues have included depression, anxiety, relationship problems, marital conflict, trauma, grief and loss (with a focus on pregnancy loss), life transitions, and more. My clients include individuals, couples, families and groups. My treatment approaches include relational, psychodynamic, supportive and cognitive-behavioral therapy in a safe and confidential environment Client goals for treatment generally involve finding better coping mechanisms and furthering self-awareness.
Medicaid
(720) 330-9852
Denver, Colorado 80231
Karen Moreau, Counselor  in Denver
“It requires courage, discipline and commitment to begin the journey of self-discovery. I want to help guide you to achieve your goals.
Medicaid
(303) 578-9980
Denver, Colorado 80209
Betty Tullius, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“As a therapist at Jewish Family Service I see a diverse population of clients who are addressing issues related to depression, anxiety, relationship problems, adolescence, life changes, past trauma, and more. I use a combination of cognitive behavioral, supportive, and humanistic therapy to help my clients discover new and effective ways to cope with life's stresses.
Medicaid
(303) 732-6510 x4600
Denver, Colorado 80231
Blake Roberts, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a firm believer that YOU truly are the expert on YOU. My approach to therapy is simple; provide an environment that is safe for YOU to begin exploring problems in your life that you feel influence your ability to find genuine happiness on a day-to-day basis. Our journey focuses on not assuming that the answers are going to be readily available, but appreciating the questions that surface during every session so that in time you can live your way into finding who you genuinely are. It is through this process that I believe authentic happiness is found!
Medicaid
(303) 502-5803
Denver, Colorado 80211
Mary Ann McAndrews, Counselor  in Denver
“Past trauma can cast a shadow over your present and future life. Whether you are the survivor of a single traumatic experience or of repeated, long-term traumas from early in life, an abusive relationship, military or emergency responder experience, you may be suffering from chronic anxiety, depression, and problems with thinking and functioning. My primary method of working with people who have suffered trauma is through the use of EMDR, a safe, effective method of clearing out the negative emotions connected to painful memories. I also utilize more standard approaches such as CBT and SFBT.
Medicaid
(720) 515-5899
Denver, Colorado 80210

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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Denver have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Denver you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Denver and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Denver or family therapy in Denver.