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Therapists in Denver

Lauren Currans, Counselor  in Denver
“As a licensed therapist and as someone who has lived with chronic pain for ten years, I get it. I created my private practice for those struggling with chronic pain and/or chronic illnesses. I understand pain, fatigue, hopelessness, depression, surgeries and medications. I understand endless doctor's appointments, feeling alone and feeling completely misunderstood. In working with me, you will connect with someone who truly understands how physical pain and emotional pain can be so closely linked. I can help you find joy in the midst of your pain.
(303) 963-9372
Denver, Colorado 80209
Emily Roby, Psychologist  in Denver
“I began my career in mental health in 1998 and have the opportunity to work with adults and adolescents representing a wide range of ages, cultures, and issues. Using the framework that each person's interpretation of events uniquely influences behaviors, I gain perspective of the client's situation. Biological, psychological, and social factors are considered in incorporating a holistic approach to assessment and treatment. Based on careful assessment, I carefully customize treatment for each client.
(720) 316-9142
Denver, Colorado 80202
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
Ari M Hoffman, Counselor  in Denver
“I won't do it for you. But I will help you. Together we'll figure out how you can help yourself be healthy and functional in stressful situations. 1 cup of insight, a tablespoon of humor, 2 dashes of fun, and a sprinkling of reality should all do the trick. I look forward to hearing from you.
(303) 816-3014
Denver, Colorado 80224
Patricia Skinner, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a therapist in private practice in the Denver, Colorado area. My mission is about prevention. I help step families survive. Specifically, I teach parents how to create strong and rewarding second marriages, and find ways to avert crises within the step family. My three seminars are entitled: Empowering Step Families. In addition, I offer support groups for partners in step families, and I see individuals and couples in my private practice. You can hear me on The Dad's Show, on the radio and internet. Click on www.stepparenting.com for more information.
(303) 816-8891
Denver, Colorado 80224
Alison 'Ali' G. Pierucci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Ali is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who provides compassionate individual therapy for adults and adolescents. Ali works well with clients addressing issues related to surviving trauma, who are adjusting to change or in transition, and those coping with grief and loss. She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Brainspotting, and utilizes therapy techniques from a variety of treatment modalities depending on the individual needs of each client. She passionately believes in her client's inherent resiliency and values working collaboratively to identify the tools and strategies that will support the healing process.
(303) 250-4454
Denver, Colorado 80212
Kristen Hick, Psychologist  in Denver
“HEAL, STRENGTHEN, and TRANSFORM you and your relationships! Recovering from a divorce or break-up? Notice a pattern in your relationships that causes confusion, anxiety, or frustration? On the path of life, there are often points in which you need to stop, look within, and determine what is preventing you from being your best self. This may involve developing insight and awareness of your life-long patterns of thinking, feeling, and relating to others. A great relationship is not something that happens by accident, it happens through active creation.
(720) 644-6698
Denver, Colorado 80237
Kristy Summers LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“And the day came when the pain of holding on became far greater then the pain of letting go. Do you pick people who have serious problems? Is your marriage stuck? The origin of our relationship problems stem back to our childhood where we did not get the emotional equipment to have healthy relationships. For 30 years I have helped people regain the skills needed to have a loving partnership. The most important part of having a healthy relationship is first having one with your self. Unresolved trust, abuse and abandonment issues can sabotage them.
(786) 574-3229
Denver, Colorado 80224
Joanna Lucille Ford, Counselor  in Denver
“Joanna Ford Counseling is working with families and individuals dealing with depression, anxiety and relationship challenges. I have the privilege of working with women impacted by menopause and perimenopause . I am influenced by Solution Focused Therapy. This particular approach addresses your present situation directly by identifying strengths, increasing awareness and developing strategies which empower you to move forward. The building I work in has a free parking lot. Call me at 303-963-9249.
(303) 963-9249
Denver, Colorado 80203
Erica Viggiano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII, RD, E-RYT
“Modern life holds many challenges that can take us out of balance with ourselves and those that we care about. Sometimes life's challenges and transitions become difficult to overcome on our own. I offer support and a comfortable environment to help you navigate your way to a place that feels better. In practice for over 20 years, I help adults and adolescents with a variety of challenges including, mood and anxiety disorders, trauma , eating and body image issues, relationship challenges and addiction problems. Together, we can find the way to a path that will bring you more peace, confidence and satisfaction.
(303) 732-6826
Denver, Colorado 80218
Ginny Swem  in Denver
“Does your happiness and self-worth yo-yo up and down depending on the current circumstances of your life? When something which you have no control over goes wrong, do you tend to blame yourself even when you know, logically, that it isn't your fault? The pain of low self-esteem and perfectionism can be hard to live with and sometimes hard to escape from. I love to work with people to improve their feelings of self-worth and lessen the pull of perfectionism.
(303) 747-4763
Denver, Colorado 80202
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
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
Laura Cross, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFTC
“Life isn't always easy. Even happy occasions can cause emotional stress and anxiety. Utilizing resources such as counseling doesn't mean you are weak or flawed. Instead, it is a sign of courage and awareness that you believe life doesn't have to be this hard and you are willing to do the work to create change. As a client-focused therapist, my primary objective is to provide a safe and trust-worthy environment where, with warmth and compassion, I will guide you through the exploration of your struggles and help you create a more fulfilling life.
(703) 997-7026
Denver, Colorado 80209
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
Donna Blatchford Tallon, Counselor  in Denver
“Welcome to my site. I offer each client my passion for becoming their best self. I have found my years of experience with counseling individuals with death loss has prepared me to help others with all types of loss in their lives. I find that how one functions in the present has much to do with one's history. I use a client's history as a road map for healing today's issues. I counsel many individuals with histories of grief and loss,trauma, addictions, and relational challenges.
(303) 816-8819
Denver, Colorado 80210
Pepe Santana, Psychologist  in Denver
“Do you feel a loss of identity, purpose, sense of self, or interest in life? Are you dissatisfied with who you are, your goals, or your relationships? Do you struggle with sadness, anxiety, disturbing thoughts, hallucinations, or self destructive behavior? Have you experienced a trauma that has shattered your sense of the world? Just like physical pain indicates that something may be wrong with our bodies, psychological problems tell us that we are suffering on a deep, emotional level. Anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and other symptoms are signs that we are experiencing psychological pain for one reason or another.
(720) 548-2573
Denver, Colorado 80210
Sue White, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“New Years Special!! 25% off for anyone beginning treatment in January 2014! Start the New Year with a commitment to an emotionally heathy and happy you!Experience counseling in a way that works for you. If you're struggling with anger management, depression, self esteem, anxiety, relationship problems, family disconnect, or a feeling that something is missing from your life, I'd love to help you find a way to reconcile those feelings. We will design a plan together using a style that best suits your needs.
(720) 606-4622
Denver, Colorado 80209
Ryan Kirk, Psychologist  in Denver
“The mental health field talks a lot about change. Maybe you've stopped by because you, too, are looking for change. Or maybe you're generally satisfied with your life and want help being more present each day. I'm with you! My approach to therapy is one of acceptance and non judgment. Taking the first step is sometimes the hardest part but may lead to meaningful growth and development. I have helped many individuals regain empowerment, hope and enjoyment in their lives. It can be challenging to find the right fit when you're looking for a therapist.
(720) 608-5909
Denver, Colorado 80209
Jeff Peterson, Counselor  in Denver
“I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families 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

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.