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Therapists in Denver

Alina Galushko, Counselor  in Denver
“People often seek therapy to find guidance in obtaining happiness, peace, and a balanced lifestyle. As your therapist, I can help guide you in finding the clarity that you desire from difficult life events and empower you in being successful through all of life's challenges. I tailor my therapeutic approach to use your strengths and work collaboratively to reach your goals, as well as challenge you to evaluate whether your behavior is congruent to your own values/goals.
(720) 891-4403
Denver, Colorado 80203
Dee Marcotte, Counselor  in Denver
“It is my belief that as we go through life, we all have choices to make. We can keep doing more of what we have already done-generally getting the same results; or we can decide to do something different and perhaps get a different result. Most of us would love to do something different but we just don't know what that would be, how it would sound, or what we would be doing differently. That's where I come in!
(720) 316-1657
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
Cindy L Wells, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that the relationship between the therapist and client is essential to positive, healthy change. Research indicates that an environment in which the client feels safe with his or her therapist provides the best opportunity for success. I provide individual, couples, family and group therapy to people with a wide range of issues. Below is a partial list of reasons why people enter therapy with me: Relationship issues; Substance abuse; Eating disorders; Family conflict; Self-esteem; Trauma; Grief; Life transitions; Aging; Work problems; Anxiety/depression; And, seeking purpose in life. I have a strong commitment to issues of diversity.
(303) 355-4665 x3
Denver, Colorado 80246
Brianna Hammerman,   in Denver
“Even when we know something isn't quite right or are experiencing discomfort about something- We often don't take the time to slow down, take a deep breath and ask: Is what I am doing getting me what I want in a way that is sustainable? Sometimes the path or the choice is unclear, and sometimes we wish we could go back in time and have a "do over" with the information we have now. Therapy can help get you unstuck, clarify what is really meaningful to you, or just provide additional support.
(303) 816-3206
Denver, Colorado 80218
Jennifer Dawn Maddox, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MASM
“"Cultivating the habit of self-acceptance allows us to live lives of wholeness" Tutu. We know that trauma and stress can be incredibly destructive, splintering our selves from others and from our own sense of self acceptance. I work with people struggling with the complexities of PTSD, extreme stress, divorce, Grief and loss. My objective is to provide you with a deeper understanding of the effects of trauma, and loss particularly within the context of relationship to self and others and help you attain a new, more effective and fulfilling life. In the process you just might find wholeness.
(303) 900-7153
Denver, Colorado 80220
Diana C Pitaru, Counselor  in Denver
“Depression hides in dark places that breed isolation. With me by your side, you won't feel as alone and afraid to dismantle the cage you're in, get to its' roots, and free yourself. I specialize with men's issues, artists, and creative people who feel stuck and unhappy. Let's discover your hidden strengths so that you can face your fears and break the patterns that keep you stuck. Let me show you how even a slight change in your perspective can help shift your outlook and see yourself in a new way.
(720) 636-7276
Denver, Colorado 80203
Charles Mac Kentnor, Psychologist  in Denver
“I take a non-judgmental, empathic, compassionate, and insight-oriented approach to therapy. Current research, as well as my experience and training help me to determine the treatment strategies from psychodynamic, relational, humanistic, existential, cognitive and behavioral approaches that will be most effective in addressing your concerns. I work to create a supportive environment that facilitates reflectiveness, creativity and that helps you increase insight into your present struggles. I believe that your view of yourself and the issues that have lead to their seeking therapy are influenced by your unique life experiences.
(720) 924-4252
Denver, Colorado 80210
Sue Torfin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
“I work with people in either a therapy or coaching capacity. Clients are able to make significant personal and relationship changes through the trusting relationship that I foster and the skills I have to motivate change. In out initial evaluations, we consider the client’s family-of-origin and any traumatic events, any mental health challenges like depression or anxiety, current life challenges and relationships, as well as drug an alcohol use. I offer EMDR as a treatment modality especially effective in trauma recovery. I also offer a coaching group to promote advanced development for the already successful client.
(720) 248-8913
Denver, Colorado 80211
Carol B Daniel-winget, Counselor  in Denver
“Within you is a deep well of resource and wisdom. My job is to help you tap into that well or core for self awareness, empowerment, and to find your own solutions to your life's challenges and questions. This requires a recognition that you are the magician who can bring about the healing, change, or resolution that you desire, and a willingness to commit to your own growth and well being. You then live more authentically, enriching your life and the lives of others.
(720) 897-1315
Denver, Colorado 80211
MultiCultural Counseling Center, Pastoral Counselor  in Denver
“Dr. MarKeva Gwendolyn Hill is a certified pastoral counselor trained in spiritual and clinical healing. She is a graduate of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia where she was awarded the of Doctor of Theology degree in Pastoral Counseling. She is a licensed Professional Counselor in the States of Georgia and Colorado. Dr. Hill is trained in Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology.
(720) 399-1240
Denver, Colorado 80231
Jessica Kimak, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“Is your child/teen struggling with school, depressed, having out of control behaviors at home, adjusting to divorce/separation, experienced any physical/emotional abuse... Jessica can help parents find a greater understanding of their children's behaviors and works with the child and family to address whats happening in the home or school through talk therapy, play therapy, EMDR and parent coaching.
(720) 722-3117
Denver, Colorado 80211
Kali Martin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, CCHT, LMFT
“Make peace with food, your body and yourself. Feel great about your body and comfortable in your own skin. Look forward to an evening with friends, not just the next meal. Be as successful in the bedroom as you are in the boardroom. Maybe you want to lose weight, stop hurting yourself with food, stop those obsessive thoughts about eating and your body, or maybe you want to learn to feel good about yourself. I won't make assumptions about you based on the size of your body. We will focus on what's important for you right now.
(720) 288-0953
Denver, Colorado 80203
People House, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“This program is intended for clients who have a need for counseling services but lack the resources for full-priced psychotherapy. Counseling by PH interns is on a sliding scale basis at a suggested cost of $15 to $40 per hour or more depending on ability to pay. We request that clients choose the appropriate fee based on income and life circumstances. We hope all of you who want to improve your personal development, but may lack the financial resources for professional counseling, will consider taking advantage of this program - it will empower your life! Contact one of the outstanding interns listed here to schedule an appointment directly or call the PH office, (303) 536-3347
(303) 536-3347
Denver, Colorado 80211
Laura Northrop, Counselor  in Denver
“We all are looking to live joyful, empowered lives. Yet when we run into challenges that are confusing and painful, it can create feelings that are hard to navigate. Some of these feelings might include fear, heart-break, shame, loneliness, uncertainty and hopelessness. Within the turmoil of these painful experiences, there is always an opportunity to heal and grow. At the core of every person is a well of goodness and love waiting to be accessed. My mission is to facilitate deep emotional healing, to help others tap into their strengths, move through challenges and restore joyfulness of being.
(303) 732-6858
Denver, Colorado 80206
Beth Vagle,   in Denver
“As an ADHD coach, I specialize in working with adults, including executives, creative professionals, graduate students, small business owners and parents. Using a strength-based, collaborative approach, I help them to build new habits and daily routines that address a range of issues, including organization and planning, time management, procrastination and wellness. Non-ADHD clients seeking coaching in these areas are also welcome.
(303) 647-4126
Denver, Colorado 80230
Ayelet Shmuel,   in Denver
“We don't have to take the traditional route to therapy! Bring in your music, your art, your favorite picture, anything that moves you, triggers you, makes you happy or upsets you and we can go from there. We can sit and talk, go for a walk or be creative with our time. This journey is all yours and you can shape it anyway you want. If you are willing to take the first step, I will offer a safe space, empathy and honest and direct communication to help you on your journey.
(720) 548-2607
Denver, Colorado 80231
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
Caitlin Doran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have extensive experience and additional training/certifications in working with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma, and find that I really enjoy helping people learn to heal from traumatic experiences. I consider myself to be a great fit with adolescent girls (because I'm young enough to still understand the issues they face, but have enough experience to offer sound advice). I also enjoy working with younger children with behavior problems, because I feel that my fun energy helps me to relate to this population.
(720) 463-2507
Denver, Colorado 80246
Emily Althaus, Psychologist  in Denver
“As a licensed clinical psychologist I work with individuals and couples to create an individualized plan leading to self-discovery, fulfillment and greater authenticity. I work to create a safe relationship for clients to explore difficult aspects of their lives and to gain insight into recurring, self-defeating patterns. My practice focuses on helping each client to discover and build upon their innate strengths and ability to make positive changes.
(720) 288-0982
Denver, Colorado 80211

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.
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.