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Therapists in Denver

Misty E Vogel, Counselor  in Denver
“How do we learn to embrace our vulnerabilities & imperfections so we can engage in our lives from a place of authenticity and worthiness? How do we cultivate the courage, compassion, & connection that we need to recognize that we are enough - that we are worthy of love, belonging & joy? Life’s transitions can be very anxiety provoking & scary -- even those that should be happy transitions, such as starting a family or a new job! My goal is to assist my clients to become skilled at how to navigate these transitions utilizing a blend of techniques and a large dose of humor!
(303) 309-0743
Denver, Colorado 80211
Diann Shannon, Psychologist  in Denver
“Couple/relationship struggles? You someone experiencing your life as unmanageable? Infertility crisis? Communication difficulties? Sexual relationship problems? Loneliness? Parenting conflicts? Career Dilemmas? Tired of fights that end the same way? Individuals & couples in distress benefit from finding solutions that help them discover their path through the emotional maze they are in. Helping individuals and couples like you struggling with difficult life adjustments is my speciality. I have 20 years expereince. FREE 30 MINUTE consultation. Discover your path! Working with individuals via THERAPY or COACHING can profoundly influence positive changes personnaly, in ones relationships and an individual's career satisfaction.
(303) 900-7009
Denver, Colorado 80203
Kasia Poczwardowska  in Denver
“I help clients to gain a refreshed insight into their life, experience or problem, and develop a new healthier perspective on what it takes to nurture one's own well-being. I help clients in developing coping skills and problem solving skills, letting go of the history that no longer serves and changing unproductive behavior patterns. Other goals often involve nurturing mindfulness, improving stress management and emotion regulation to help you to become the person you want to be, so you can lead a healthier, more fulfilling life. Openness and honesty is crucial for attainable counseling goals to be established.
(720) 330-3978
Denver, Colorado 80222
Susan M Parker, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, CACIII
“A new journey for those who are unhappy with the direction their lives have taken. Whether it's substance abuse, poor decisions or addiction, there's a better way. Focusing on education, treatment issues and relapse prevention. Experienced working with adolescents and adults, individual counseling, DUI/MIP, Relapse Prevention and other related classes/groups available.
(303) 578-2992
Denver, Colorado 80222
Katie Mason, Counselor  in Denver
“Sometimes life forces us to change. It could be a devastating injury, a break up, loss of a loved one, getting fired from a job, a health issue. You can no longer relate to your old life the same way and in order to move forward you must create a new way of being in the world. Making that transition requires courage to redefine who you are, insight into who you were and the losses you face, and renewed enthusiasm to discover what life still has to offer you. My goal is to support you in each of those steps.
(303) 500-8028
Denver, Colorado 80211
Keith Manchester, Counselor  in Denver
“Simply put, if you or someone you know needs help dealing with the variety of stressors that come with life, I would value to opportunity to help. In my practice I attempt to refrain from judgment and am not motivated to find a diagnosis to label you with. We live in a world that often reacts to dilemmas instead of being proactive. Even if you feel your issues have not become too cumbersome, I'd be privileged to discuss why you are checking out my bio for potential counseling services.
(720) 608-2805
Denver, Colorado 80211
“I am a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 30 years of experience providing counseling, psychological evaluations and other mental health services with people of all ages, including ADD/ADHD parent training and coaching and parent empowerment groups. I am deeply committed to quality clinical care and will do my best to help you with your mental health needs. It is my intention that your therapeutic journey with me will be meaningful and beneficial. My approach is both pragmatic and compassionate as I work with you in a collaborative manner to help you meet your goals and enhance your life.
(303) 732-6984
Denver, Colorado 80211
“Jean E. Kunin
(303) 747-4756
Denver, Colorado 80218
Spiral Center for Transformative Practices  in Denver
“Laura Wade Jaster, MA, eRYT,offers individual, couple, and occasionally group counseling. She draws from an experiential and depth-oriented psychology background with a holistic and somatic emphasis. Laura completed her counseling psychology degree and internship through Regis University, and graduated from a 2-year somatic psychotherapy training through the Hakomi Institute. Hakomi integrates neuroscience and mindfulness with physical, emotional, and spiritual elements. In addition, she is a long time yoga practitioner and experienced yoga teacher.
(720) 213-5928
Denver, Colorado 80211
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
Kevin Leapley, Counselor  in Denver
“I specialize with men that struggle with sexual addiction, porn addiction, sexual shame, and trauma. I received specialized training in treating sexual addiction from Dr. Patrick Carnes and I am a Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist. I didn't just attend a training program or read about recovery from a book but rather I personally lived "the life" and worked my own recovery. Who is better able to help you than a counselor who knows what you are struggling with and knows what it will take to heal?
(303) 720-7864
Denver, Colorado 80224
Lehala Isaacson, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that therapy provides an opportunity for a better life. Therapy to me is a collaborative process and in a safe nonjudgmental, empathetic environment people are able to reach their full potential. Therapy provides a chance to gain awareness into underlying issues that may be causing one to feel out of balance. It also provides motivation to change areas of your life that you do not feel are working and insight into your personal strengths. By taking on this opportunity you can heal from past trauma and experience improved self-esteem to achieve the life that you want.
(720) 279-8116
Denver, Colorado 80231
Peg Vroom, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I embrace consideration and therapeutic experience to bring compassion to my work, and believe a carefully conceived, highly individualized therapy approach can be invaluable in guiding you toward healing. I specialize in treating couples, people who have experienced trauma, and people who simply want to become healthier as they overcome difficulties which may be associated with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, relationships and other issues. No matter what brings you to therapy, I believe our collaboration is important and sacred.
(303) 900-7417
Denver, Colorado 80202
Kevin Bert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“I have provided individual, couples, and family therapy for over ten years. I make house calls. I specialize in working with families dealing with adolescent behavior issues including school difficulties, delinquent behaviors, and emotional problems. It has been my experience that these issues often result from problems within the family. I work with parents to learn the skills necessary to successfully intervene with the adolescent. I also provide marital or couples counseling when difficulties in their relationship are impacting the family's or adolescent's ability to be successful. I believe that a short-term, intensive intervention can be very successful.
(720) 388-1251
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.
(720) 722-2712
Denver, Colorado 80218
James R. Meyer, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over twenty years of experience treating adults, older adolescents, and couples. My primary treatment approach is cognitive-behavioral. I am a graduate of the postdoctoral fellowship training program in cognitive therapy at the University of Pennsylvania which is directed by Aaron Beck, M.D. the founder of cognitive therapy. I also have training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, solution-focused therapy and marital therapy. Since every client who comes for therapy is unique I work with him or her to develop a treatment plan that meets their specific needs and goals.
(720) 316-4402
Denver, Colorado 80224
Robyn Chauvin, Counselor  in Denver
“Transformation only happens in relationship. The absence of a relational home for transformation generally leads to superficial temporary changes. We make ourselves stuck by building walls of protection around us, which probably made perfect sense at the time. However, walls of protection eventually become walls of constriction. These walls lead us to the illusion of having no choices in our situation, to the belief that life is happening to us, instead of what is true, that we are living our lives and making choices of how we live life.
(720) 841-1836
Denver, Colorado 80206
Debbie Garcia, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who works with individuals and couples to develop practical solutions to life's difficulties. The therapeutic approach I utilized is cognitive-behavioral therapy, which is grounded in evidence-based practice. In treatment, individuals gain a full understanding of interactions between behaviors, feelings and thoughts while learning more productive ways to interact. I am always mindful of each client's particular needs and modify my approach to therapy accordingly. As a psychologist, I offer a genuine balance of respect, warmth and humor while maintaining a high degree of competency.
(303) 816-8610
Denver, Colorado 80222
Christa Smith, Psychologist  in Denver
“At certain points in our lives it becomes clear that something important is missing or that we need to change something within ourselves. But is it possible? The ability to transform is innate, but many of us are told or we tell ourselves it can't be done. We are discouraged from following through with what really matters to us.
(720) 439-4559
Denver, Colorado 80230
Stacy L Blanchard, Counselor  in Denver
“I like to take a collaborative approach with clients, assisting them in finding solutions that they've had within them all along. By creating awareness of individual strengths and recognizing aspects of life over which we do have control, I empower my clients to rewrite the stories of their lives. Through nonjudgmental listening and gentle challenges, I provide individuals with the space to explore their life experiences, identify the direction they wish for their lives to take, and develop the confidence to stay true to themselves in a society that may not always be accepting.
(720) 330-4996
Denver, Colorado 80203
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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.