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Therapists in Denver

Ellen Perricone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“In the course of life, you can lose sight of your strengths, potential and focus. I believe that each person has what is needed to transcend life's challenges. As your counselor I will help connect you to internal and external resources needed to find your way through the difficulties you are encountering into the fuller life you desire.
(720) 863-6178
Denver, Colorado 80212
Erin Jacklin, Psychologist  in Denver
“As the clinical director of The Catalyst Center, I am passionate about ensuring you have an exceptional experience. I have hand-picked each therapist because of their clinical excellence and personal strengths. Upon arrival for your free initial consultation session, you will enter our spa-like reception area with complimentary coffee and tea, and be greeted warmly by your therapist who will take the time to get to know you and ensure that you two are a great fit before beginning treatment. The vast majority of our referrals come from our former clients. Call us to find out why.
(720) 675-7123
Denver, Colorado 80209
Deborah Bishop, Counselor  in Denver
“"I am committed to the belief that people are inherently resourceful and the experts on their own lives, even on those occasions when they feel overwhelmed and in need of help." Deborah Bishop, LPC, holds a counseling degree from the University of Northern Colorado, with training in individual, child and family counseling. In her practice, Ms. Bishop collaborates with clients to generate solutions to problems with relationships, trauma, depression, and self-esteem and parenting.
(303) 963-9645
Denver, Colorado 80210
Christy J Malone, Counselor  in Denver
“My ideal client is someone who recognizes the value of investing in personal wellness. My background encompasses a diverse population including college students as well as populations involved in the court judicial system. Success with any person is directly related to the level of motivation to change. Synergy allows the interaction between client and therapist to explore issues preventing healing and change creating motivation and resources for restoration.
(720) 330-3758
Denver, Colorado 80206
Sara Marley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that life is a process of becoming. With the passing of time, we change and our needs and wants within relationships change. Are you eager for positive change that improves your relationships with others and allows for new understanding and compassion in how you feel about yourself? Increased awareness and clarity of unconscious patterns can provide opportunities to heal old wounds and create new paths and transitions towards fulfillment. I encourage prospective clients to give me a call and ask questions that might help you determine if I my approach is a good fit for your current needs.
(303) 578-3485
Denver, Colorado 80246
Amy D Gray, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a compassionate, practical-minded, effective therapist who specializes in helping my clients get the RESULTS they want in a timely fashion. I blend practical, effective tools with an intuitive, spiritual approach. I worked in the private sector for many years and have an unusually strong understanding of the dynamics that affect professionals and their families. I have extensive training in couples and relationship therapy, family and parenting dynamics, workplace issues, and EMDR. I help my clients achieve healthy, active relationships with themselves and others, bringing individuals, families, and couples into greater harmony, peace, and abundance.
(720) 358-1753
Denver, Colorado 80206
Quiet River Addiction Center, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“One of the most crucial decisions in your recovery process is choosing a place to transition, grow, and reintegrate back into independent living. Quiet River Addiction Center offers a positive and inspirational environment, combined with a comprehensive support system, that will help you through this fragile period in your life. Quiet River Addiction Center provides a safe, sober environment, combined with addiction and holistic wellness therapy, in a beautiful former historic bed and breakfast. We are located in downtown Denver, Colorado, in the historic Curtis Park neighborhood; conveniently within walking distance to the light rail, recovery meetings, fitness centers, restaurants, and all of the other amenities and attractions that downtown Denver has to offer. While at Quiet River Addiction Center, you can be confident and secure in the knowledge that you will be supported and guided towards attaining health, happiness, and a lasting sobriety.
(720) 457-9032
Denver, Colorado 80205
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Starting therapy is an act of courage often prompted by anxiety, numbness, or feeling overwhelmed. The first step is to find a safe and attuned person to help you access your strengths and mobilize your innate capacities for change. We'll work together to help you build resilience, tame overwhelming emotions and experience new ones, reduce anxiety, reconnect with yourself and others, and bring about positive, lasting changes.
(303) 900-7218
Denver, Colorado 80246
Josh Kaplan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Major life changes, issues from our past, current stressors and even our own genes have a way of affecting our moods, behaviors, and relationships. We may notice these changes in ourselves, or friends and family members may notice these changes in us. When our own attempts to cope and resolve these issues are ineffective, it may be time to seek professional therapy. I have helped individuals overcome and manage many distressing thoughts, emotions and behaviors. Common complaints include depression, anxiety, low self esteem, abuse/trauma, panic, relationship issues, anger, stress, interpersonal conflict, moodiness, grief/loss, and major life stressors.
(303) 562-1050
Denver, Colorado 80206
Christopher Loeffler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“A "foray" is an adventure into the unknown. I guide individuals and couples seeking deep connection and relational intimacy into EMOTIONAL COURAGE. You discover the will and ability to face and name feelings - that fuel thinking - rather than acting them out. Picture men reduced to anger or withdrawal. Women struggling to break through and feel heard. Teens overwhelmed with emotions they can't sort out. Parents estranged from children. People trapped in addictions. Couples unable to "communicate." Feelings are the palette of the heart. For 30 years, I've taught people to identify and express a full range of feelings.
(303) 720-7399
Denver, Colorado 80203
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
Gabriela Zorzutti, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Denver
“Why psychoanalysis? In a world that becomes more and more demanding of standards, of success, etc. psychoanalysis offers a space where adaptation is not the goal. Psychoanalysis is not aiming to 'make you normal'. Psychoanalysis main focus is desire. Causing desire in a singular manner is what constitutes the core of the discipline. A life where desire is present is worh living, and analysis is a unique approach to get there. I am an Argentinian psychoanalyst trained in Freudian and Lacanian theory and practice. I am a PhD Candidate and doctoral researcher for the University of Buenos Aires.
(303) 562-1478
Denver, Colorado 80203
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
Elan BenAmi, Hearthstone Counseling LLC, Counselor  in Denver
“My approach as a counselor has elements of existentialism, humanism, and transpersonal psychology - though more than anything, I'm committed to helping people discover their authenticity and develop as human beings, in whatever way feels most organic.
(720) 606-4573
Denver, Colorado 80211
Jeremy David Savage, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you feeling down, sad, or depressed? Or perhaps you're feeling anxious, stressed out or worried? If you've been feeling this way for a while and have a hunch that there might be something more to it than simply a passing case of stress or the blues, it might be time to look into getting assistance from a licensed counselor. As a specialist in treating depression and anxiety, we can work together to find you relief and peace of mind.
(720) 726-1869
Denver, Colorado 80218
Pat Roe, Psychologist  in Denver
“I offer my clients a good heart, a good ear, good experience and good skills. By using a variety of traditional approaches, along with EFT, EMDR and Energy Psychology, I can provide therapy that fits your style, situation and needs. I can help you reach a number of different kinds of goals. You can understand yourself better, make healthier choices and grow to be more confident and competent. You can learn skills for managing stress, dealing with emotions, coping with transitions and grief, and handling relationships. You can heal from trauma and abuse, and conquer anxiety and depression.
(303) 757-1993
Denver, Colorado 80222
Susan Reyland, Psychologist  in Denver
“I believe that people are fundamentally motivated toward growth and connection. The work in my psychotherapy practice involves removing the obstacles that keep us from achieving satisfying relationships with others, ourselves and our work. Whether the obstacle is an unprocessed trauma or maladaptive thoughts leading to anxiety and depression, managing these obstacles promotes personal growth and increased happiness.
(303) 500-3916
Denver, Colorado 80202
Esther Lowenstein, Psychologist  in Denver
“Experienced as a psychotherapist and psychoanalyst, I believe that psychological development continues throughout life and that effective therapy is forward-looking. Therapy not only offers opportunities to relieve symptoms of distress and to recover from maladaptive patterns of functioning, but it offers chances for new beginnings. I believe that effective treatment is based on an understanding of the unique circumstances of an individual, respects the need for confidentiality, and fosters a collaborative effort that facilitates psychological development.
(303) 732-5292
Denver, Colorado 80209
Avery Neal, Counselor  in Denver
“I enjoy working with women who are struggling with a variety of issues from life transitions to postpartum depression. My particular areas of interest are: depression, anxiety, pregnancy depression and anxiety, postpartum depression and anxiety, traumatic labor and delivery, miscarriage and loss, infertility, eating issues, relationship issues, and divorce recovery.
(866) 995-7910
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

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.