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Therapists in Denver

Catherine S. Tilford, Counselor  in Denver
“I support people in their desire to live a personally meaningful and fulfilling life by helping them explore their life experiences and choose how they want to live through psychotherapy. I empower personal growth by helping people move forward with self-awareness and strength. I specialize in working with people who are struggling with eating disorders and disordered eating, body image and self-esteem issues, depression, anxiety, and life transitions. I honor the importance of the therapeutic relationship and offer a free initial 20 minute consultation so that we can meet in person and determine compatibility.
(303) 578-3730
Denver, Colorado 80234
Dawn Goers, Counselor  in Denver
“After working with children and families for 15 years in foster care and adoption settings, I developed a passion for empowering people who have experienced trauma, grief and loss, and who struggle with relationship issues. Life always presents challenges and the ability to move through those challenges with a strong sense of self is important. I work closely with clients to develop a strong therapeutic relationship, which engenders an environment of safety and promotes healing. The therapeutic interventions that I use are emotion focused, and incorporate CBT and DBT therapy techniques. I also use child-centered play therapy with children.
(303) 562-1462
Denver, Colorado 80222
Brooke McAuley, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSW, CACIII
“We are all capable of experiencing connection, joy, and a sense of wonder in our everyday lives. However, there are several barriers that prevent us from getting the most out of life such as depression, addiction, grief, loss, low self-esteem, feeling disconnected and unfulfilled. I work in a caring, supportive, and respectful way to confront self-sabotaging behaviors. Together, we will explore present day conflicts, especially relationship and attachment issues, which have prevented you from achieving your goals in life. I am committed to helping you discover new possibilities that will support an abundant and purposeful life.
(303) 835-7043
Denver, Colorado 80203
Rebecca Heitler Lubin, Psychologist  in Denver
“Years of experience allow me to guide you through the process of therapy. I will work with you to help you feel better.
(303) 327-9404
Denver, Colorado 80203
Asa Marokus, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“I am a psychiatrist who works with children, teenagers, adults and their families to help them with mental, emotional and behavioral challenges. I employ both psychotherapy and psychiatric medication, when appropriate, to improve the functioning and happiness and alleviate the suffering of my patients. I enjoy, and have experience, working with many different types of people on a wide range of issues.
(303) 647-4363
Denver, Colorado 80211
Jennifer Delgado-Cheers  in Denver
“I believe that each of us is capable, sometimes with a little assistance, of making our own best decisions, and that each of us is responsible for our own path in life. This means that as a counselor, I work closely with my clients to decide on the best course of therapy. My work focuses on helping people free themselves from pain and the feeling of being "stuck" that keeps them from moving in a forward direction.
(720) 463-2654
Denver, Colorado 80230
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 heartache, 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
Beth Kelley, Counselor  in Denver
“I work thoughtfully to assist individuals who search for a deeper understanding of self and who want support through various life transitions, loss and relationship issues. If you choose to work with me, you can expect to meet in a comfortable, safe, environment where we will explore your reasons for counseling, develop a plan, and implement strategies for improving coping skills, stress management techniques, and thoughtful problem solving. I will work mindfully, and compassionately to help you confront difficult choices and support you to make the changes necessary for creating balance in your life.
(720) 428-2158
Denver, Colorado 80210
Dorie McCubbrey, Counselor  in Denver
“If you struggle with binge eating disorder, compulsive eating, food addiction, bulimia, anorexia, or any other issues with food and weight, I am here as your guide to freedom. For the past 18 years, I have been a specialist in the treatment of eating disorders and obesity, and my philosophy is "complete recovery" -- that you can live as if you've never had an eating disorder. I know what it's like to struggle with these issues -- and how to live in freedom. I also specialize in the treatment of alcohol abuse, addiction, depression, anxiety, and other co-occurrinng disorders.
(303) 578-3812
Denver, Colorado 80206
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
Courtney Alberts, Counselor  in Denver
“Is your child's reaction to a major life change such as divorce concerning you? Does supporting your child through divorce seem overwhelming when you yourself are struggling? Are you confused with how to respond to your child's behavior? The struggles children have after life transitions can often be written off as normal, and part of adapting to change. In actuality, in response to stress, children often develop maladaptive coping skills that can follow them throughout their life. My passion is helping children through their difficulties so that they gain the awareness and tools needed for a healthy future.
(720) 943-7200
Denver, Colorado 80210
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
Meg R. Garrido, Counselor  in Denver
“Engagement in psychotherapy is a journey in personal growth. It is about deepening the understanding and the relationship with the Self in order to nurture and to live a meaningful and authentic life. My role as a therapist is to support this process by being fully present to you as we work together to explore your strengths and your challenges. Together we build a safe space for you to learn skills and gain insights to best be present to and compassionate with yourself and unlock your own potentials for healing and thriving.
(720) 627-6843
Denver, Colorado 80210
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
Melissa M Gressner, Psychologist  in Denver
“Taking the first step towards change is not an easy one, but a courageous one. Change is possible. Anyone is capable of change given the opportunity and motivation to do so. I utilize a collaborative approach and tailor my work to an individual's needs, personality, and multicultural factors. My goal is to provide each client with a warm, caring, and supportive environment to work towards the change that is possible in all of our lives.
(720) 924-3985
Denver, Colorado 80210
Mark T. Palmer, Psychologist  in Denver
“Whenever or however it happens, losing contact with our sense of purpose causes anxiety, depression, anger, and feeling lost or disconnected. This in turn can lead to problems at home or at work. Stress in ourselves and in our relationships can lead to even more problems. Therapy can be a safe place to find the strength and skills to transform our lives and get 'unstuck'. Therapy can help us learn positive and constructive ways to improve our situations and even avoid future problems.I believe personal happiness and healthy relationships are real and attainable.
(720) 316-7224
Denver, Colorado 80203
Moshe M Rozdzial, Counselor  in Denver
“Is pornography, cybersex, or sexual addiction impacting your life? Are you feeling alone, sexually rejected, or struggling with low desire in your relationship? Do you want more sexual and emotion intimacy? Are you concerned about your sexual identity or sexual functioning? It is common for people to encounter sexual problems, at any age. What is uncommon is for people to do something about those problems before they irreparably damage their self-esteem and relationships. Left unmanaged, anger, shame, and fear increase. The sooner you come in for help the better chance you have of growing a happy, healthy sexual life.
(720) 722-8403
Denver, Colorado 80206
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
Kirk S Johnson, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe we have the answers to our questions and issues within ourselves. As a therapist, my role is to help you unveil these answers. I want to help you work on issues related to trauma, grief and loss, addiction, mental illness, life transitions, and life coaching. People Iíve worked with describe me as authentic, sincere, and compassionate. I understand from my own experienceóand those whom Iíve worked with--what suffering and struggle mean and how debilitating it can be. I want to help you work through your issues so you can begin to live a more meaningful and satisfying life.
(303) 747-4758
Denver, Colorado 80222
“I am a licensed psychologist in the State of Colorado. I specialize in psychological assessments and have extensive experience in conducting assessments with individuals confused about their moods or behaviors, who are having difficulty staying focused in therapy, or who are struggling academically or at work. Additionally, I have completed assessments with adolescent and adult perpetrators of sexual abuse, as well as victims of trauma. I have also conducted therapy with perpetrators of sexual abuse, victims of sexual abuse, adults experiencing problems in living, couples struggling through relationship issues, and the gay and lesbian community.
(720) 722-4495
Denver, Colorado 80231

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?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Denver, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

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.