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Therapists in Denver

Karen C Tillman, Psychologist  in Denver
“It is difficult to make the decision to seek help, and the prospect of finding a psychologist with whom you feel comfortable can be daunting. I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and my goal is to work with you in order to fully identify and understand your concerns. I have extensive experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Clients typically seek my help when they are feeling burdened by a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, family conflict, loss, school problems, and parenting issues.
(303) 816-8177
Denver, Colorado 80222
Dawn Goers, Counselor  in Denver
“After working with children and families for 15 years in foster care and adoption settings, I developed a passion for empowering people who have experienced trauma, grief and loss, and who struggle with relationship issues. Life always presents challenges and the ability to move through those challenges with a strong sense of self is important. I work closely with clients to develop a strong therapeutic relationship, which engenders an environment of safety and promotes healing. The therapeutic interventions that I use are emotion focused, and incorporate CBT and DBT therapy techniques. I also use child-centered play therapy with children.
(303) 562-1462
Denver, Colorado 80222
Emily Althaus, Psychologist  in Denver
“As a licensed clinical psychologist I work with individuals and couples to create an individualized plan leading to self-discovery, fulfillment and greater authenticity. I work to create a safe relationship for clients to explore difficult aspects of their lives and to gain insight into recurring, self-defeating patterns. My practice focuses on helping each client to discover and build upon their innate strengths and ability to make positive changes.
(720) 288-0982
Denver, Colorado 80211
Marian E Craig, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you are on this site, chances are you've hit a rough spot or want to make changes in your life. I work well with those in troubled relationships, problems on the job, grief and loss, low self esteem, depression and anxiety. A major emphasis of my 27 years in practice has been working with trauma--sexual, physical and emotional abuse. I believe therapy is a cooperative effort and work with individuals and couples, joining them in their journey through difficulties, helping them come out on the other side in a much better place.
(303) 835-9186
Denver, Colorado 80222
Rick Ginsberg, Psychologist  in Denver
“As a psychologist committed to strength-based approaches, I help clients see and utilize their existing knowledge and skills to create better lives. My work with clients both supports and challenges them, affirming who they are, what they believe, and how they think they can change. I take an approach that focuses much more on possibility than pathology, and as such I help clients find creative ways to approach problems and develop personal stories that fulfill them. I consider it an honor to do the work I do, and I strive to not only respect, but enhance, clients' dignity.
(720) 722-8408
Denver, Colorado 80210
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 men's issues, workplaces issues and career transitions.
(720) 463-2639
Denver, Colorado 80206
Andrea Harbeck, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“I enjoy working with children, families and people affected by trauma. I specialize in treating children and families, and can address issues such as life changing events like divorce to behavioral issues and family stress. I am also a trained EMDR therapist who helps people manage and overcome trauma. I also have training in Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioral Therapies and can help people of all ages manage stress and resolve issues so they can reach their full potential.
(303) 625-6773
Denver, Colorado 80224
Lara Newton, Counselor  in Denver
“Therapy is a relational experience. In the initial stages of that encounter, we either connect at a core level, or the work does not progress. You don't want merely to be diagnosed, but to be understood. As a Jungian Analyst, I engage with your curiosity about your psychological life. Together we work to understand and transform the patterns that have ruled your life. The self-awareness that develops from this work has the potential to enhance all outer relationships. But most important is the intra-psychic experience of knowing and loving yourself again, or maybe for the first time.
(303) 578-1192
Denver, Colorado 80210
Peter Berndt, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“Stress can kill. Mitigating the effects of stress on health is at the core of my work. I am a general adult psychiatrist with special interest and expertise in psychoimmunology. That subspecialty focuses on stress and its impact on the immune system. I see patients who seek help with a wide spectrum of illnesses: anxiety and depression, as well as stress related medical illnesses ranging from migraine, pain syndromes, irritable bowel disease to cancer. I prescribe medication, not as a routine treatment, but only as needed, and then in the smallest effective dosage for a minimum length of time.
(303) 645-4300
Denver, Colorado 80209
Karen Rosica, Psychologist  in Denver
“I have been in private practice since 1976. Most of the people I see want to alter repetitive patterns in life and love they cannot seem to change. Some have been in therapy before. I find change to be a challenge because we tend to see what we already know. The therapeutic process should offer a partnership during which new ways of seeing and experiencing develop because of the different perspectives that the relationship offers. Recently I have found Skype to be useful for those with unusual schedules or locations as well as face to face visits.
(303) 578-2931
Denver, Colorado 80203
Carrie Jordan Howard, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW
“My ideal client is motivated for change and willing to do the work in therapy of sitting with uncomfortable feelings and learning new ways to cope that are more effective and healthier. It is my honor to be your guide in this process.
(720) 897-3574
Denver, Colorado 80203
Arnica Buckner, Psychologist  in Denver
“Do you feel like your life has become defined by your struggles with your symptoms or yourself? Do you feel far away from the life that you want? My goal is to work with you to help you let go of your struggle with anxiety, depression, eating disorder symptoms or other problems, in order to move toward a more full, meaningful life. As part of our work together, we will create an idea of what a fulfilling life looks like for you, explore how to get there, and compassionately confront the barriers that might exist between you and that life.
(303) 747-3876
Denver, Colorado 80222
Heather Bosler Carroll, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize in working with children/adolescents/young adults with developmental disabilities and/or cognitive impairments. My goal is to help indiviudals and their families make connections between difficult behaviors and their underlying causes, and to find interventions that work well for the family. I believe that assessing and identifying strengths in both the client and the family is just as important as identifying the problems.
(303) 351-5886
Denver, Colorado 80224
Fox Psychological Assessments of Denver (FPAD)  in Denver
“Although Dr. Fox engages in therapy with clients as needed, she primarily evaluates, in a kind and dignified manner, adults & elders who may be experiencing symptoms of dementia; and/or cognitive and psychological symptoms. She makes accurate recommendations after careful assessment of all related factors. Other testing is available upon request, like IQ testing, MMPI-2-RF, Learning Disabilty Battery and cognitive assessments. She also makes herself available to assist other therapists when they need someone to talk with concerning professional matters, or concerning personal issues. As mental health practioners, we need to take care of ourselves.
(303) 647-9273
Denver, Colorado 80210
Lisa Drey, Psychiatric Nurse  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, RN, MA, PMHNP, CACIII, LPC
“I offer a full range of mental health services, prescribing medications and providing psychotherapy. Also certified in addiction treatment and licensed as a professional counselor.Working with people having problems with anxiety, depression, parenting, & women's reproductive mental health., I encourage a collaborative approach. I see adults for individual treatment. I'm experienced helping professionals experiencing work problems (legal or other) due to mental health and or substance use disorders. Now training a dog to do animal assisted therapy. Please email me at spectrallc@gmx.com or click on the link listed under additional insurance companies.
(720) 608-4474
Denver, Colorado 80209
Kate Daigle, Counselor  in Denver
“Do you feel you have a disordered relationship with food or your body? Do you wish to love and accept the person looking back at you in the mirror? Have you felt guilty after eating, like it's unbearable to sit with the feelings that surface? You can live free of self-judgment and embrace yourself fully! I understand what it's like to struggle with a disordered relationship with our bodies and food and know that true recovery is possible. I will help you to nourish your own inner wisdom and support you to thrive in achieving your goals!
(720) 722-9963
Denver, Colorado 80206
Dawn Kimmel, Counselor  in Denver
“I work with clients to explore areas that need to change or improve. I believe we all carry our wisdom and answers, however, sometimes due to trauma or patterns we become stuck in what we do. One may know their behavior is unhealthy, however, may not know how to change. Finding the answers becomes the process of therapy.
(720) 316-9183
Denver, Colorado 80218
Lisa Ransford, Counselor  in Denver
“I have been a licensed therapist for over 13 years. During that time, I've worked with many populations around a myriad of life issues. Whether it's a chronic issue that's been difficult to manage or a major life event, we can work together to restore peace in your life. I believe that we all have the power to create change in our lives and would be honored to help you to achieve these changes.
(303) 900-7454 x165
Denver, Colorado 80222
Lindsey Spraker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CTRS
“My ideal client is anyone who is willing to try something new. If you prefer traditional talk therapy, I am happy to do that. If that doesn't interest you, I like to be creative with sessions and assist you with committing yourself to the changes you desire. Since we all learn differently, I incorporate different approaches into our sessions. We may spend our sessions talking directly to one another, using a white-board to convey points, role-model situations, practice behavior, or use other therapeutic tools such as games or trainings that will help you achieve your desired outcome.
(720) 961-2643
Denver, Colorado 80204
“Jean E. Kunin
(303) 747-4756
Denver, Colorado 80218
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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?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Denver, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

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.