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Therapists in Denver

Chris Simon, Counselor  in Denver
“I specialize in helping men and woman who struggle with sexual addiction, porn addiction, survivors of sexual abuse, and other intimacy problems. My entire career has focused on sexual addiction recovery and healthy sexuality, guiding people to develop a healthy lifestyle, because this is my own story. I am a recovering sex addict, and made it my passion and career to help others experience the freedom I found through my own therapy process. You can live in freedom from you sexual desires, experiencing a life direction by your own choices.
(720) 336-4614
Denver, Colorado 80203
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
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.
(720) 399-1240
Denver, Colorado 80231
Jeff Peterson, Counselor  in Denver
“I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families, gay or straight, who are struggling with their relationships, are going through a break-up, are wanting to improve their sex life, or are dealing with challenges regarding their sexual or gender identity (LGBTQ). This includes: sexual dysfunction, sex addictions, body image, divorce or breakups, couples counseling, negotiating polyamory, polyfidelity, or alternative sexual expressions, and also dealing with shame, depression, anxiety, addiction, or self-worth issues. Together we identify your current strengths, deconstruct challenges, and explore the significance of self-compassion in building healthier, more fulfilling relationships.
(303) 569-4551
Denver, Colorado 80204
Denver Sex Therapy, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that humans grow and flourish in relationships. I believe in the growth and wisdom that comes with working through difficulties in committed long-term relationships. I believe that good long-term relationships encourage self-respect and give us the opportunity to watch the unfolding of another person over a lifetime. One of the benefits to being in a relationship is discovering reasons and opportunities to grow together as opposed to, reasons to let each other go. Sexual problems in a relationship can be the source of anger, shame, and loneliness. There is help to heal these issues.
(303) 333-4074
Denver, Colorado 80206
Coral Carosone-Link, Counselor  in Denver
“Do you feel misunderstood or stuck? Are you feeling Isolated, lonely ashamed or frustrated? These are all common feelings that occur for most of us. Unfortunately, they may prevent us from feeling contentment, connection and satisfaction with our lives. If you are tired of living life this way, therapy can help. I believe in empowering, validating, and offering therapeutic support to my clients so that they can live the life they see for themselves.
(970) 660-5811
Denver, Colorado 80203
Darcy May Holladay, Counselor  in Denver
“Finding balance in your life can sometimes feel like an uphill battle. Current life stressors and very old wounds can influence our ability to make decisions that are good for us. It seems that the struggle for balance can be thrown off by unlikely decisions on what you ate, when, and how much. Food at its very base is how we nurture ourselves, and when unbalanced it can shows up in self-destructive eating that makes you feel worse. Developing a way to nurture yourself and feel better can be as easy as what you put in your body!
(303) 647-4336
Denver, Colorado 80203
Ellen Perricone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“In the course of life, you can lose sight of your strengths, potential and focus. I believe that each person has what is needed to transcend life's challenges. As your counselor I will help connect you to internal and external resources needed to find your way through the difficulties you are encountering into the fuller life you desire.
(720) 863-6178
Denver, Colorado 80212
Joyce Lyn Fine, Psychologist  in Denver
“Much of my work focuses on helping clients understand what causes them trouble in various aspects of their lives so that they can choose better personal or work relationships for themselves and better negotiate for themselves within their relationships and in their work. Anxiety and Depression are two "labels" that often bring people into my practice and then together we break down what those "conditions" stem from in their particular lives. Two sub-specialities that I work with are work-family balance and psychological/psychoeducational testing. In individual therapy I work with adolescents and adults. I also work with couples and families.
(303) 720-7197
Denver, Colorado 80230
Melissa LaFlamme MA - Jungian Psychotherapist,   in Denver
“I honor your courage in exploring the possibility of therapy. As a Jungian Psychotherapist, I offer solid, soul-centered guidance and down-to-earth help when you feel stuck, depressed, stressed, in quarterlife or midlife crisis to help you reclaim hope and a sense of purpose. Together we can transform the roots of your struggles into a deep understanding of your self, relationships, gifts, purpose. As I listen with you, I offer practical and soulful support; useful, intuitive guidance to help you transform what's difficult into the life you imagine. To make it easier to begin therapy, I offer a Free Initial Consultation.
(720) 316-7208
Denver, Colorado 80214
Elizabeth Legg, Psychologist  in Denver
“Are you feeling stuck, empty, or disconnected? You may be working harder than necessary because you are fighting against patterns that developed over years. If you find yourself getting stuck in the same patterns, in spite of yourself, there is a way to break free... to have peace about your past and to feel excitement and hope about your future. We all have wisdom and courage within us, but at times, we need help reconnecting with those strengths, and tools to move through difficult issues. If you're committed to breaking the cycle, contact me to take the first step.
(720) 204-8971
Denver, Colorado 80205
Brian Beaumund  in Denver
“Curious, non-judgmental, self-exploration is what I emphasize in my treatment. Whether it be in the context of individual therapy or the more formalized process of psychological assessment, I focus on helping my clients discover different aspects of themselves, in an exploratory, collaborative and dynamic process. As a result, my clients discover new ways of being in the world, which they ultimately find to be more productive, healthy and fulfilling.
(720) 726-1622
Denver, Colorado 80222
Jennifer Delgado-Cheers  in Denver
“I believe that each of us is capable, sometimes with a little assistance, of making our own best decisions, and that each of us is responsible for our own path in life. This means that as a counselor, I work closely with my clients to decide on the best course of therapy. My work focuses on helping people free themselves from pain and the feeling of being "stuck" that keeps them from moving in a forward direction.
(720) 463-2654
Denver, Colorado 80230
John A Otte, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you're reading this I want to encourage you in your search for a therapist, making that first call to a therapist is one of the most difficult and hopeful things you can do about your situation. My specialty areas are depression and addictions. I've been a practicing psychologist for over 24 years and I love the work. My focus in the last few years has shifted to a more spiritual orientation; this is due to working with people who are in recovery, and also relates to my own journey. Spiritual based psychotherapy is not about religion, but about keeping an open mind.
(720) 924-4775
Denver, Colorado 80222
David Koopman, Counselor  in Denver
“Those of us who suffer and find ourselves stuck at intersections in our lives, whether due to depression, anxiety, identity struggles or anger, can find a way to work with who we are. Once grounded there, we are capable of choosing a path that will move us out of darkness and despair and toward greater acceptance of self and emotional peace. Moving forward becomes possible. Life can change for the better. It has for me and it can for you.
(720) 262-2338
Denver, Colorado 80211
Marne Wine, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a licensed professional counselor and AASECT certified sex therapist, specializing in individual and couples counseling. Although I work with a variety of issues, my primary emphasis is on relationship enhancement and sexual health. I work with both men and women. Currently, my schedule is very full. If you can be flexible with days of the week and time of day, I will work to find a spot for you. Give me a call: 720.234.9058, or email me at: marnewine@btid.com, and we'll see when we can get you started.
(720) 439-6544
Denver, Colorado 80246
The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver, LLC specializes in providing therapeutic support to children, adolscents and families in a supportive, non-judgemental enviroment. We focus on helping families identify goals to improve their quality of life and make sustainble change.
(720) 399-1321
Denver, Colorado 80237
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
Cayli Collins, Counselor  in Denver
“You are well on your journey to change and increasing your quality of life just by starting a search for a therapist. One of the most significant predictors of success in therapy is client-therapist fit. I offer free phone consultations for that reason. I named my company Denver Therapy Movement for two reasons. One, because if you are working with me, there is going to be movement. Two, let's make a movement to change the ideas people have about therapy. We can all use therapy for those times when we get stuck.
(303) 351-5844
Denver, Colorado 80203
Meg'N E Deaner, Counselor  in Denver
“Mantis Counseling and Coaching Services, LLC is committed to serving adults, adolescents, families, couples, and children by providing psychotherapy and coaching sessions to fit your personal goals. We believe you are the expert regarding your own path to growth and success. We create collaborative treatment plans for mind, body, and spirit to allow you to access your innate potential.
(303) 500-3887
Denver, Colorado 80206
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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.

How to find a specialist?
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What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.