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Therapists in Denver

Robin Dee Post, Psychologist  in Denver
“I view psychotherapy as an active, collaborative relationship, involving hard work, humor, and spontaneity. As every person is unique, so is every psychotherapy relationship. Thus my approach to psychotherapy will be tailored to the goals and personal resources you bring with you. The goals may be specific, for instance to decide whether or not to end a relationship, or more global, for example, to help you establish more satisfying relationships. My approach to psychotherapy is flexible and eclectic.
(303) 900-7062
Denver, Colorado 80210
Laura A Freshman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I offer evidence-based interventions targeted for real change. It is often a client's feelings of being overwhelmed, stressed, hopeless, helpless and/or worthless to make changes in how they behave that is the foundation for the best kind of change. Struggling with self-injury, depression, anxiety/panic and substance use are ideal starting points for our work together. As a psychotherapist, my goal is to meet clients where they are and, together, move forwards towards healthy behavioral choices and life affirming relationships with self and others to "support a life worth living" (Marsha Linehan).
(720) 724-7975
Denver, Colorado 80209
Catherine Cirulli, Psychologist  in Denver
“Do you want to feel happier, have more confidence, and stop worrying so much? Therapy can help! I provide individual and couples therapy, as well as psychological testing services, at my downtown Denver practice. In individual therapy I will work with you in a collaborative and supportive way to help you build on personal strengths and live the life you want to live! Couples counseling can enhance your relationship by improving communication, reducing tension, and increasing positive interactions. I believe that having a great relationship with your significant other is one of the most important components of overall happiness!
(303) 903-4305
Denver, Colorado 80202
Lauren Mack, Counselor  in Denver
“I am compassionate and caring in my therapeutic style and will help you find your strengths and hope when life is difficult. I believe all people have answers to the problems and challenges they face. My role, as a therapist, is to help you discover these answers during therapy.
(720) 606-2635
Denver, Colorado 80211
Michael Zelman, Counselor  in Denver
“As children, we tend to be optimistic, with hopes and dreams for our future. We dream of becoming astronauts, ballerinas, firemen…and the idea of reaching our goals is as exciting as achieving them. Sometimes, on our way to adulthood, we lose that sense of magic. I hope to be able to help you restore the magic and rekindle your enthusiasm, curiosity, and love for life.
(303) 502-9436
Denver, Colorado 80246
Jeff Peterson, Counselor  in Denver
“I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families, gay or straight, 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
Denver Sex Therapy, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that humans grow and flourish in relationships. I believe in the growth and wisdom that comes with working through difficulties in committed long-term relationships. I believe that good long-term relationships encourage self-respect and give us the opportunity to watch the unfolding of another person over a lifetime. One of the benefits to being in a relationship is discovering reasons and opportunities to grow together as opposed to, reasons to let each other go. Sexual problems in a relationship can be the source of anger, shame, and loneliness. There is help to heal these issues.
(303) 333-4074
Denver, Colorado 80206
Maggi Fitzpatrick, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe the relationship between client and therapist is the most important predictor of success in therapy. I care deeply about my clients, and I view my role in our relationship as a confidant, friend, and collaborator. While I have education, training, and areas of expertise in various therapeutic styles and approaches, I believe my own personal experiences, values, and warm personality make the biggest impact in working with others. Therapy with me comes without judgements or expectations. Instead, I offer empathy and patience as we work together to accomplish your goals.
(720) 580-6317
Denver, Colorado 80211
Averi L Schaubman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“When you are overwhelmed with life's twists and turns, it is often helpful to seek the support of an objective, skilled therapist to help get "unstuck" and find new solutions. Through my eclectic approach, I will work to understand your concerns and provide the most effective means of achieving positive changes in your life. During my 26 years of clinical practice, I have learned that our behavior and mood do not change solely through talking about our feelings and experiences; rather, change is accomplished by actively engaging you in experiencing new and different responses to life's events.
(303) 835-9285
Denver, Colorado 80222
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
Elizabeth A Nelson, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize primarily in cognitive-behavioral (CBT) for adults, and view therapy as a collaborative and creative process. Most people come to therapy because they are feeling or reacting in ways they sense are out of proportion to their situation. The premise of CBT is that you can improve your feelings by modifying how you think about a situation (cognitions), and by modifying what you do (behavior). I help people learn a set of tools and apply them to their unique life situations, with the aim of having confidence and independence in handling their lives.
(303) 900-7132
Denver, Colorado 80222
Janet Koin Dampeer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“The natural course of life presents many transitions, challenges, peaks and valleys. Each of us is "hard wired" in a different way, whether it be "nurture" or "nature". There are times in our lives when we can bounce back from anything and then there are times in our lives when our resilience falls short. It can be extremely helpful to have another person offer us new perspectives, be a sounding board, be a reality check or show us the way out of the storm. I enjoy working with adolescents, adults and families.
(720) 263-1878
Denver, Colorado 80222
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
Michelle L Kaye, Counselor  in Denver
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Educator, I have almost 20 years of experience working with clients of all ages, especially in the areas of self-esteem, stress and anxiety, school/learning challenges, cultivating healthy communication in families, and working through times of transition. Another passion of mine is working with Military Service Members, Veterans, & their families. Having served as an MFLC (Military and Family Life Counselor), I am committed to helping individual service members and their families to reintegrate, work through the complications of post-traumatic stress, and rediscover meaning, peace, & joy in their families and in their lives.
(303) 900-7221
Denver, Colorado 80206
Grace J Stein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW
“Is your relationship with your teenager suffering? Is there a lack of communication, closeness, or trust? If so, I can help. Teens are faced with many challenges and they often cope in ways that don't support their highest good. What young people need is a safe, nonjudgmental space to work through issues that keep them stuck. In turn, they are able to refocus their energy, experience more confidence, improve communication and develop new healthy ways of interacting with themselves, family members and the world. In one-on-one and family sessions, teens learn to realize their fullest potential.
(720) 606-6419
Denver, Colorado 80237
Alexander D Rhone  in Denver
“My ideal client is one who is motivated and open to change. I am trained to work with people who struggle with depression, anxiety, and trauma. Multicultural sensitivity was and is a prominent factor in my professional development. I maintain contacts in many communities for the purpose of consultation.
(720) 608-5896
Denver, Colorado 80211
Justin Dentry, Counselor  in Denver
“I work with adults and adolescents with a wide range of issues. My specialty is in treating trauma and anxiety but I do not limit my practice to only those clients. Primarily I work from a mindfulness and body-centered approach. I am a certified EMDR provider (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), an evidence-based therapy used to treat PTSD, anxiety, and a host of other issues.
(720) 439-3601
Denver, Colorado 80203
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
Colleen Attoma Mathews, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am a strengths based therapist. I am interested in working with clients who are able to set their own agenda and goals. I am pragmatic, it is important for clients to be able to function in the here and now, therefore our work will aid you with how you are living your life today.
(720) 440-2219
Denver, Colorado 80218
Barbara Armendariz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe it is important to approach the difficulties we experience as part of the on going cycle of our lives. Indeed, life is a journey. Our situations, both joyous and painful, are about of the way we travel in life. In difficult situations people usually have good intentions and attempt to solve problems with good faith and want healthy outcomes. No one purposely tries to mess up their life. However, in our own situations we cannot always see the “forest for the trees”. It is difficult to be objective in one’s own life,especially during stressful events.
(303) 900-7111
Denver, Colorado 80222

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.