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Therapists in Denver

David Burnett, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am an enthusiastic believer that all the tools needed to restore health, create meaningful connections with others and live an authentic, joyful life are within each of us. Regrettably, as time passes and events shape our lives...pain, loss, fear, shame and doubt erode our strengths, contaminate our relationships and cloud the path that is right for each of us. My style of psychotherapy is anchored in honesty, respect and compassion-I listen more than talk, honor your unique experiences and together, create a path towards lasting change.
(720) 408-2387
Denver, Colorado 80203
Alex Castro, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, NCC, CACIII, EMDR, LPC-C
“I specialize in working with diverse clients who struggle with anxiety, addiction, anger and trauma. Have worked in the area of anger management, substance use and EMDR, as well as communication skills within relationships. I take pride and joy in working with a wide array of clients of all walks of life that desire to evolve and grow from their life experiences. My experience working with various systems (Probation, Human Services, DOC, and Community Mental Health) have given me a wide array of exposure to a diverse population with various needs. Helping others help themselves through empowerment and positive change is my passion.
(303) 625-9414
Denver, Colorado 80222
Jenny Wegner Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“I have created my career around specializing with children under the age of 13, adolescents, over the age of 13, and adults struggling with Eating Disorders. I also work with pediatric, adolescent, and adult Depression, including Suicidal Idealization/Behaviors, Anxiety, Bi-Polar, Autism, Emotional, Physical and Sexual Trauma.My number one priority is to bring happiness and well-being to my patients' lives by restoring their mental balance. I became a therapist to help guide others to their ultimate goals.
(303) 731-4495
Denver, Colorado 80237
Robin Dee Post, Psychologist  in Denver
“I view psychotherapy as an active, collaborative relationship, involving hard work, humor, and spontaneity. As every person is unique, so is every psychotherapy relationship. Thus my approach to psychotherapy will be tailored to the goals and personal resources you bring with you. The goals may be specific, for instance to decide whether or not to end a relationship, or more global, for example, to help you establish more satisfying relationships. My approach to psychotherapy is flexible and eclectic.
(303) 900-7062
Denver, Colorado 80210
Alexandra McDermott  in Denver
“I provide individual therapy for teens (age 15+) and adults, and I conduct psychological assessments for individuals of all ages. My experience includes community mental health, eating disorder treatment (partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient), private practice, and college counseling: young adults and adults struggling with a variety of challenges. Together, we can work on issues that include depression, anxiety, eating disorders, stress and significant life changes, grief and loss, relationship issues, anger management, low self-esteem, and trauma. Assessments (learning disability, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and personality) are an additional facet of my practice.
(720) 414-6191
Denver, Colorado 80246
Frances Forgione, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, LAC
“Over 23 years experience. I am also a Licensed Addictions Counselor, trained in EMDR, Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT), Gottman Method for Couples Level 1 & 2. We all have basic needs for two fundamental things: 1. Intimacy (relationships) and 2. Impact (meaningful work). Counseling focuses on both practical skills for the present, healing for the past, hope for the future. I've worked extensively with issues that interfere with life satisfaction in relationships and work: depression, anxiety, sexual abuse/rape, relationship problems, trauma, addictions, eating disorders & body image issues, grief & loss, and more.
(303) 919-4093
Denver, Colorado 80202
Shaayestah Merchant, Psychologist  in Denver
“Often it can be difficult to deal with painful life circumstances on your own. Therapy with an experienced professional can help you address these difficult issues in a supportive yet challenging environment. I understand that there is no one approach to deal with life's tough issues. I am committed to working collaboratively with my clients to meet their goals and tailoring therapy to their specific needs and experiences. Additionally, I am deeply committed to providing culturally competent treatment to every client I work with. I believe this is crucial for any type of psychotherapy to be effective and helpful.
(720) 606-2771
Denver, Colorado 80246
Melissa LaFlamme MA - Jungian Psychotherapist,   in Denver
“I honor your courage in exploring the possibility of therapy. As a Jungian Psychotherapist, I offer affordable, 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
Laura Northrop, Counselor  in Denver
“We all are looking to live joyful, empowered lives. Yet when we run into challenges that are confusing and painful, it can create feelings that are hard to navigate. Some of these feelings might include fear, heart-break, shame, loneliness, uncertainty and hopelessness. Within the turmoil of these painful experiences, there is always an opportunity to heal and grow. At the core of every person is a well of goodness and love waiting to be accessed. My mission is to facilitate deep emotional healing, to help others tap into their strengths, move through challenges and restore joyfulness of being.
(303) 732-6858
Denver, Colorado 80206
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
Kathryn Vernon, Counselor  in Denver
“Do you feel stuck in life and can't move forward? Have you tried resolving issues on your own but still struggle to overcome them? Stress happens to all of us, whether it be conflict with loved ones, work challenges or feeling unhappy with where our life is taking us. Often times, we're left feeling alone, misunderstood and struggling to find our path to feeling better again. Everyone deserves to find happiness in their life, including you!
(303) 816-3694
Denver, Colorado 80227
Nicole Sidebottom, Counselor  in Denver
“I approach therapy from an integrative perspective, helping my clients find purpose, meaning, and hope in pain and difficult circumstances. I believe that holistic care includes attending to the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of a person. I see the therapeutic process as a dynamic relationship in which the therapist and client journey together toward growth and healing.
(303) 569-4536 x91
Denver, Colorado 80204
Matthew B Myles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do repetitive thoughts or habits preoccupy you, consume valuable time, or alienate you from others? If so, you may have Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, or OCD. If you have questions about OCD or its treatment - for yourself or someone you know - please contact me. I have specialized in helping people with OCD since 2002. OCD 'triggers' are often more severe in someone's home environment, and symptoms can make it especially difficult to attend outside appointments, so I work with people in their own homes and communities in addition to meetings at my office.
(720) 891-0571
Denver, Colorado 80211
Matthew Mcguire, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPCC
“Matt has worked with individuals in a one-on-one therapeutic environment. He specializes in issues related to trauma, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Attention and personal growth. Matt's belief is that though life may feel impossible after going through difficult experiences, post-traumatic growth can occur. This growth promotes the new insights people tend to have after going through intense life experiences. By providing support and education to explain the sources/effects of trauma, individuals can be equipped to grow and move forward with their lives.
(720) 897-3874
Denver, Colorado 80210
“I work most often with couples in relationship or marriage who are experiencing distress because of the inability to communicate and resolve conflict. I enjoy teaching relationship skills and a better understanding of healthy individuality. People are most at peace when they feel confident in themselves and are able to be themselves in an intimate relationship. It is important to understand how our hidden emotions are creating conflict in the relationship. Couples and individuals are helped to identify their emotions, and how to express them in a way that will build the relationship.
(303) 731-6295
Denver, Colorado 80224
Heath D Canfield, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“I am a board certified adult psychiatrist. Since completing residency I have pursued additional intensive training in psychotherapy and prefer deeper forms of talk therapy best done one or more times per week. If medications are to be prescribed we will decide together which medications are to be utilized and always use the lowest dose and least number of medications possible to achieve our goals. Please feel free to review my website which includes more detailed information about my treatment philosophy, my education, and my office policies.
(303) 835-9826
Denver, Colorado 80209
Southmoor Psychological Services, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“You are most welcome at Southmoor Psychological Services bringing you the latest and best therapy approach for your specific problem. We have been in business in Colorado for the last 30 years and have hundreds of satisfied clients. There is every reason to believe you will be one also. We are therapists that are activity engaged with clients and don't sit passively and listen without providing constructive feedback.
(303) 625-7913
Denver, Colorado 80221
Courtney Klein, Psychologist  in Denver
“Every new client receives a free initial consultation. I excel in my work with teens and college-aged individuals. I often help students who are seeking to improve their interpersonal relationships, build confidence in navigating social situations, or manage body image issues. I am also dedicated to my work helping couples to deepen physical and emotional intimacy and recover from past hurts or betrayal. I am passionate about helping individuals who are concerned about mood instability or newly diagnosed with Bipolar Mood Disorder and their family members to understand and cope with their symptoms and live a passionate, fulfilling life.
(720) 675-7123
Denver, Colorado 80209
Equinox Counseling and Wellness Center, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“Equinox Counseling & Wellness Center is a comprehensive community based intervention and treatment program. We provide a clinically grounded treatment approach to assist youth and their families requiring intensive support due to high levels of emotional and behavioral disruption in the home. We specialize in working specifically with both troubled teens and youth diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ages 11-18 years. Our services meet the unique needs of each of these youth and families through our thoughtful and customized treatment process. Each family that seeks out answers in this time of crisis receives a profound treatment experience that is life changing, innovative, and sustainable. And most importantly, it keeps your child in the home, families intact, and provides a cost-effective alternative to out-of-home placement.
(303) 653-9574
Denver, Colorado 80211
Nancy Cason, Psychologist  in Denver
“Do you suspect that you or a family member may have Autism or Asperger's? Has the diagnosis been confirmed, but you need help dealing with social, emotional or behavioral issues? I offer diagnostic evaluations for children, adolescents and adults suspected of having Autism or Asperger's (evaluations include the ADOS and ADI-R). In therapy, I address emotion and behavior management, social and life skills, and life transitions. I work with clients to build social, empathy, perspective taking, communication and problem solving skills. For more information, please see my website www.insights-autism.com
(303) 720-7868
Denver, Colorado 80222
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Therapists in Denver have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

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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.
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