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Therapists in Denver

Caitlin Doran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have extensive experience and additional training/certifications in working with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma, and find that I really enjoy helping people learn to heal from traumatic experiences. I consider myself to be a great fit with adolescent girls (because I'm young enough to still understand the issues they face, but have enough experience to offer sound advice). I also enjoy working with younger children with behavior problems, because I feel that my fun energy helps me to relate to this population.
(720) 463-2507
Denver, Colorado 80246
Rachael A. Price, Counselor  in Denver
“My ideal clients are adolescents and young adults seeking a new set of skills to effectively address interpersonal relationship instability, emotional dysregulation and distress, behavioral instability, impulse disorders, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, self-harming behavior, or chronic suicidal ideation. I offer DBT skills training groups to those interested in becoming more personally and socially satisfied in addition to practicing a more effective, meaningful, hopeful, and mindful lifestyle. Due to the cyclical nature of DBT skills training, new members are always joining group regardless of where the group is currently in the sequence of the skills training modules
(720) 726-1693
Denver, Colorado 80222
Alysha Trujillo  in Denver
“I specialized in relationships and work with adult individuals and couples who find themselves struggling with being authentic in their relationship(s). I help you build the foundation of safety that allows you to expose your vulnerability and grow within your relationships.
(720) 903-3220
Denver, Colorado 80211
Michelle Monteith, Counselor  in Denver
“My approach to counseling is identity-affirming, sex positive, and culturally responsive. Specifically, I am skilled in partner therapy (monogamous and polyamorous) and with people that identify along the sexual and gender identity spectrum. Personally, I identify as cis and queer and live in Denver with my partner, Angela.
(720) 336-4841
Denver, Colorado 80203
Barbara E Olsen, Counselor  in Denver
“I work with people who have sex, internet (including pornography) and gambling addictions, but specialize in working with their partners (spouses, life partners, significant others) who have been impacted by the devastation these addictions cause. Partners often experience depression and anxiety, and suffer in isolation because of the shame and guilt associated with these addictions. Their feelings of betrayal, rage and desire to regain control of their lives consume them, creating distress and impacting all areas of their lives. I help them develop tools and coping strategies to deal with the chaos created by their partners' addiction.
(717) 639-2114
Cameron Gridley, Psychologist  in Denver
“I believe the core of most of the distress we experience in life has to do with relationships. Be it the relationship with yourself, your partner, your boss, a friend or family member, or other significant person, they all have tremendous impact on your emotions and your sense of happiness. I find this to be particularly true within the realm of sex and sexuality. I work with couples and individuals to help them explore, understand, and create the relationships, and the life, that they want. For more information about my approach to therapy, see my website: www.drgridley.com.
(303) 720-6177
Denver, Colorado 80246
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
Trisha Swinton, Counselor  in Denver
“I work as an eclectic therapist, using client centered therapy, family systems therapy and cognitive behavioral techniques. I provide a non-judjmental empathetic approach to counseling. When working with families; It is my belief that if one person in a system makes a change then the whole family system will change. In my work with individuals, I assist my clients in determining underlying fears that may be causing anxiety and depression; so that they can begin the healing process. I hope to empower each of my clients so that they can overcome the obstacles and struggles in their lives.
(720) 358-0896
Denver, Colorado 80203
Lynnette Cooper  in Denver
“As a woman with a great deal of life experience, I work with women in transition from empty-nest, the pain and heart-ache of divorce, parenting issues, loneliness, purpose, and other life-stressors. I also work with couples who are struggling to stay together and find themselves drifting apart. Lastly, I work with adoptive families, parenting issues, and teen life struggles.
(303) 732-6158
Denver, Colorado 80237
David Shanley  in Denver
“I am an energetic therapist who can help you address aspects of your life that you may think are unchangeable or too shameful to even discuss. I take a directive approach that helps you learn how to not allow your fears and anxiety to stop you from living the life you want. l get to the problem quickly and efficiently, and assign homework between sessions to facilitate progress. I work with individuals to live more meaningful lives by helping them approach, rather than avoid, those aspects of their lives and relationships that are most important to them.
(720) 606-2770
Denver, Colorado 80210
Todd R. Schwartz,   in Denver
“Too many people suffer from chronic, long term depression, anxiety, tension, stress, bodyaches, fatigue, sadness, emptiness, unhappiness with life or work, and unfulfilling relationships. Simple, gentle, holistic methods exist that support relief and restoration and encourage lasting change consistent with every health and wellness model. My clients include highly successful people who simply crave more vitality and joy in their lives, relationships, and careers, and people coping with a wide range of physical and emotional complaints, trauma or abuse histories, low self-confidence or self-esteem, and intimacy and relationship issues. I honor each client and their unique experience, needs, and concerns.
(303) 835-9597
Denver, Colorado 80209
Becky Bringewatt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, NCC
“I empower my clients live intentionally so that they can get more done in less time and feel better about it. When people live and work intentionally, they are happier, more productive, and live life more gracefully and peacefully. As a business and personal coach, I help my clients improve their business and personal relationships by reconnecting with their values, vision, and passion in life. Working together we define and refine your goals so that you can make better decisions about your life and work and accomplish what you always wanted to achieve.
(720) 466-2779
Denver, Colorado 80206
Jessica Small, Counselor  in Denver
“I am committed to and passionate about helping individuals,families & couples create more fulfilling relationships and function at an optimum level of health and happiness. Whether to improve relationships or cope with life changes, I utilize a systems perspective to understand the complexities and strengths of my clients. While the majority of our work together will focus on the present, I also believe past experiences influence how people behave and respond in relationships. With empathy, humor and gentle encouragement we will work together to create healthy relationships that provide fulfillment and personal satisfaction.
(303) 625-6193
Denver, Colorado 80211
Becky Natenberg, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that through genuine connections healing and growth occur and that the relationship between client and therapist is imperative. My goal is to walk beside you on your journey through life providing support, encouragement, and perspective. Events from our past and/or current life circumstances can often leave us feeling overwhelmed and disengaged from our lives; as a therapist I strive to support you in living the life you want and deserve. I am passionate about helping women who are struggling to have vital, fulfilling relationships.
(928) 614-7716
Denver, Colorado 80211
Boland Counseling LLC, Counselor  in Denver
“Congratulations on taking the first step and considering counseling as an option for what is bothering you, a family member or a friend. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC) and have experience working with a broad range of individuals. I believe that creating a warm supportive atmosphere is essential to bring about meaningful change. I am especially interested in Humanistic/Person Centered theories which view the individual as continually moving toward a better version of themselves. "The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination." - Carl Rogers
(720) 548-2515
Denver, Colorado 80203
Tim Engels,   in Denver
“So much is possible! I've been a counselor and sports psychology consultant for more than thirty years helping teens and adults resolve trauma, process through grief, and overcome depression and anxiety. I assist many clients in improving their performance in school, sports and work. In sports, my clientele includes Olympic and professional athletes as well as high school, college and club sports athletes in a variety of sports. It's wonderfully rewarding to see clients clear themselves of sabotaging thoughts, beliefs and behaviors. This opens the way for them to tap into their full potential and achieve dreams and aspirations.
(303) 900-7064
Denver, Colorado 80206
Zee McLeod, Psychologist  in Denver
“I will offer each new client a free initial consultation. My philosophy from working as a psychologist for over 23 years is that the relationship and trust between a client and therapist is an extremely important part of the healing process. You will find that I am a very good listener. My clients describe me as warm, compassionate, clear, caring, experienced and they have found our work together extremely helpful in their lives. I work on Saturdays.
(720) 336-4842
Denver, Colorado 80203
Michelle F Cox, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“You've taken the first step! I believe your choice to engage in therapy is a sign of strength and resourcefulness. As a therapist with 23 years experience and an educator, I bring compassion, understanding and humor to a therapeutic relationship with children and adults. Whether you have identified a specific issue that is impacting your life or your child's, or if you have identified a feeling of dissatisfaction with life in general and would like support in personal growth, we can work together to realize your goal of living a life that is satisfying.
(303) 747-6785
Denver, Colorado 80211
Karen D Anderson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LPC, MA
“Likely, you simply need support though a difficult time in your life. You may be having difficulty in relationships, setting boundaries with others, claiming your personal authority, intimacy, love, grief, or lack of joy and fulfillment. People ask, 'how can you listen to peoples problems all day?' I don't see 'problems'! Instead, I see circumstances as opportunities to grow and enhance your being and your life! At times we simply need outside perspective, and someone to listen. I will assist you in the courageous work of embracing, understanding, and enhancing your circumstance, yourself, and your life.
(303) 669-1329
Denver, Colorado 80209
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
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What method of therapy is right for me?
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