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Therapists in Denver

Hillary M Sunderland, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LAC
“Hello! I truly enjoy working with those who struggle with distress from anxiety and traumatic events. People can struggle on a daily basis with work, family or community without understanding the reason or how to cope; this could be due to a recent incident or something that happened early in one's life. I also have extensive experience working with adolescent emotional/behavioral issues, adult survivors of childhood violence and those who have recently suffered from accidents/violence/other traumatic events.
(303) 900-5650
Denver, Colorado 80219
Catherine Maley, Psychologist  in Denver
“I believe personal growth often results from being empathically heard by another person. Having your fears, pain, and conflicts sensitively understood often lessens loneliness and isolation, consequently freeing a person to look at paths forward in new and creative ways. It is my goal in each session to offer my clients such active listening and empathic feedback so as to facilitate their sense of being able to make positive changes towards their goals. My role is to support, offer perspective, and collaborate with clients as they identify and work towards achievement of these goals.
(303) 578-3990
Denver, Colorado 80246
Alexandra Romero, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. Much of my clinical training occurred at the Children's Hospital Colorado on the Eating Disorder Unit and in the general outpatient clinic. My areas of expertise include eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, identify development, personal growth, relationship difficulties, and parent-child issues. Furthermore, I have expertise in children and adolescents with food refusal, atypical eating disorders, and perfectionism. My approach tends to be collaborative and solution focused to manage stress, resolve conflict, reduce symptoms, improve relationships, and make changes.
(720) 903-1957
Denver, Colorado 80218
Christa Smith, Psychologist  in Denver
“At certain points in our lives it becomes clear that something important is missing or that we need to change something within ourselves. But is it possible? The ability to transform is innate, but many of us are told or we tell ourselves it can't be done. We are discouraged from following through with what really matters to us.
(720) 439-4559
Denver, Colorado 80230
Walter Almanza, Counselor  in Denver
“With your issues not being appreciated, understood, or supported by family or friends, the feeling of isolation may be overwhelming and you need someone to listen and help you through this difficult time. I work together with you to create realistic goals to help you in the here and now, a safe place from which to explore these difficult places of your life and make the changes you need and want. My orientation is based on a combination of behavioral psychoeducation and a Humanistic approach where you are my focus. Change is possible, and I'm here to help you!
(303) 747-4769
Denver, Colorado 80211
Heather LaChance, Psychologist  in Denver
“SEEKING INNER PEACE? I offer a compassionate, holistic healing approach. I've been a therapist 20+ years. My training: CU/Boulder, Harvard, and Brown Medical School. I blend proven methods such as Cognitive-Behavioral, EMDR, bibliotherapy, with meditation, mindfulness, mind-body approaches and self-acceptance. I also teach people about acupressure points to help the body release negative emotions/beliefs that immobilize change. I craft a unique, personalized approach for each individual or couple.
(303) 990-8363
Denver, Colorado 80203
NorthStar Counseling, Counselor  in Denver
“Anxiety, depression, addiction, relationship difficulties are all part of the normal human experience. Being able to talk about these experiences with an expert, manage them successfully, and make conscious changes in one's life, is the essence of counseling. Finding to right person with whom to discuss deeply personal and often painful topics can take courage and determination. Like finding a calm shelter in a storm, my goal is to make talking with a counselor a centering, up-lifting and supportive experience.
(720) 924-7172
Denver, Colorado 80221
Fox Psychological Assessments of Denver (FPAD)  in Denver
“Although Dr. Fox engages in therapy with clients as needed, she primarily evaluates, in a kind and dignified manner, adults & elders who may be experiencing symptoms of dementia; and/or cognitive and psychological symptoms. She makes accurate recommendations after careful assessment of all related factors. Other testing is available upon request, like IQ testing, MMPI-2-RF, Learning Disabilty Battery and cognitive assessments. She also makes herself available to assist other therapists when they need someone to talk with concerning professional matters, or concerning personal issues. As mental health practioners, we need to take care of ourselves.
(303) 647-9273
Denver, Colorado 80210
J Delaine Taylor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“I am able to work successfully with clients who arrive in my office with a diverse variety of reasons for seeking psychotherapy. No matter the situation or circumstances, motivations for seeking therapy, I can help assist in your search for bliss and help you on your journey to healing. We each have the ability to journey from being stuck to unstuck; from feeling trapped to feeling free; from compromising our values to creating a life with integrity; from being preoccupied in thoughts from the past to creating a life in the present.
(720) 336-5899
Denver, Colorado 80222
Katie Mason, Counselor  in Denver
“Sometimes life forces us to change. It could be a devastating injury, a break up, loss of a loved one, getting fired from a job, a health issue. You can no longer relate to your old life the same way and in order to move forward you must create a new way of being in the world. Making that transition requires courage to redefine who you are, insight into who you were and the losses you face, and renewed enthusiasm to discover what life still has to offer you. My goal is to support you in each of those steps.
(303) 500-8028
Denver, Colorado 80211
Renee Starkey Duncan  in Denver
“I enjoy working with clients who are motivated to look at their issues and be willing to change. I feel the therapeutic relationship is a collaborative effort conducted in a safe and caring environment. The relationship between the therapist and the client is as important in the healing process as any techniques that are used. I feel it is important to empower individuals to go out and live a rich and fulfilling life. I certainly believe that it is a privilege and an honor to participate in helping people heal through their life's most challenging times.
(303) 747-4026
Denver, Colorado 80206
Kris Lunstrum,   in Denver
“I believe that people have the strength and ability within themselves to overcome obstacles in their lives. My role as the therapist is to help you to recognize those strengths and guide you on the path to achieving your goals. You can expect a practical and relaxed, client-centered approach to the issues and concerns you share with me. It is my goal that you are heard, validated, and walk away with new tools, strategies and insights into your unique situation. Together we will work to build upon the strengths you already have to make long-lasting change.
(303) 848-2332
Denver, Colorado 80203
Moya C Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“My passion is working with parents to help them understand the neurobiology of trauma in their children and their own triggers. This often includes early traumas like adoption, neglect, abuse and/or medical trauma. In a family, working towards healthy relationships is about working through our own histories and traumas. As an adoptive parent, I get trauma. I see how kids are affected by early neglect, abuse and trauma. I know from my training, clinical experience and most of all from my own parenting journey, that hope and healing is available.
(720) 580-6700
Denver, Colorado 80209
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
Ronny M. Zarb-Cousin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFTC
“I provide one on one in-home and community-based specialized therapeutic support to improve functioning and quality of life in all individuals. I believe that each person has unique strengths, skills, and abilities. Sometimes we get "stuck" in our life, which indicates that we have yet to find the proper amount of support to flourish. It is my job as a compassionate, highly trained psychosocial recovery specialist to help people achieve their goals through coaching, therapeutic support, guidance, and education.
(720) 633-9149
Denver, Colorado 80222
Beth Doyle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an active and highly engaged therapist working with both therapeutic and educational tools, to help individuals and couples achieve the healthiest relationships and interactive styles in their lives.
(303) 732-5840
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kelly M Delph, Counselor  in Denver
“KDE Counseling specializes in offering professional counseling services for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families of every age, race, culture, and sexuality. Kelly Delph holds a B.A. and Masters SW Degree from Colorado State University. Currently obtaining a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology. Her therapeutic approach and experience is in Behavior Modification, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Brief & Solution Focused Techniques, Structured Family Therapy, and Psychoanalysis. Areas of Expertise: Depression, Anxiety, Divorce & Recovery, Family Trauma, Grief & Loss, Sexual Abuse, Child Development, Attachment Theory, Anger Management, Stress, Sexuality (LGBT), Gender Identity, Women issues, Race & Cultural Conflicts, Adjustment Disorders, Relationship conflicts.
(303) 835-9678
Denver, Colorado 80206
Kym Spring Thompson, Psychologist  in Denver
“I treat infants, young children and their caregivers in play and dyadic therapy to support a child in expressing and working through psychosocial difficulties while empowering parents to connect with and support their children. I see women transitioning into motherhood who have struggles pertaining to mood, identity, relationships, body image, ambivalence, high-risk pregnancy or traumatic birth and recovery experiences. School-age children through adults learn strategies to manage their mood, anxiety and stress that utilize their strengths. I also provide family and couples therapy, emphasizing cultivating an understanding and connection between loved ones. I also conduct Psychological Evaluations.
(720) 466-7292
Denver, Colorado 80246
Lisa Goldberg Griggs, Counselor  in Denver
“Welcome and congratulations! You have just taken a forward step towards change! Here is a snapshot of my professional background. I earned my Master's degree in counseling from Adams State University, Alamosa, Colorado, and I am licensed by the State of Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies. I have over a decade of experience providing therapeutic interventions and counseling services to individuals, couples, and families of varied economic and cultural backgrounds. The "human condition" knows no specific demographic.
(970) 285-3377
Denver, Colorado 80206
Christine Rowe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“At times, we all develop ineffective patterns of behavior, some of which are unconscious & keep us from solving problems & being the best we can be. I believe emotional flexibility is the key to a happier, healthier more complete life. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing Psychotherapy since 1997. My specialties include: family & couples therapy, individuals of all ages), grief & loss, depression, anxiety & personal growth. I use a variety of theories & techniques looking for the right fit for you. My goal is to help you resolve whatever difficulties are keeping you from living a more authentic, joyful & fulfilled life
(720) 885-9357
Denver, Colorado 80224

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.

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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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