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Therapists in Denver

Kyle Steinke, Counselor  in Denver
“Whether you are working through symptoms of a mental health diagnosis, substance use issues, relationship or family conflicts, or feeling out of place in the crazy world we live in, I am here to help. I encourage a collaborative process between the client and therapist and believe the therapeutic relationship is the most important aspect of the therapeutic process. I believe each client differs in many ways and that there is not one type of approach that works for everyone. We will work together to help you meet your goals and find the best treatment approach that works for you.
(720) 454-0439
Denver, Colorado 80211
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
Parker Wilson,   in Denver
“Imagine How Much Happier You Would Be Today If You Had Been Treated By A Highly Skilled And Compassionate Therapist A Year Ago. Perhaps you're hesitant to reach out because of the perceived stigma attached to therapy, or perhaps you've been in therapy before and had a negative experience.
(720) 316-2321
Denver, Colorado 80237
Susan Lawson, Counselor  in Denver
“I utilize a relational, humanistic and psychodynamic approach in working with clients. I seek to create the safety of a mutually satisfying relationship whereby clients feel empowered and energized to live their "best" life. I enjoy working with individuals who are seeking personal growth and relationship enhancement. I bring the wisdom of 20+ years of clinical experience along with my own "lived life" including personal struggle and much healing !!
(303) 502-5371
Denver, Colorado 80222
Laura L Knutson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you have experienced trauma of any kind, either as a child or as an adult, I have many years of experience helping people heal from trauma. I am a certified EMDR therapist and consultant and have found EMDR to be a very successful therapy for post-traumatic stress symptoms, relationship problems, anxiety, stress-related problems or depression. Often, our history intrudes into our present life. Much of the therapy I do can help you become more aware of how this is happening. You can learn to heal history and you can learn how not to let it control you now.
(720) 388-1840
Denver, Colorado 80222
Scott Hunter Mcbride,   in Denver
“I specialize in working with adolescent boys who are struggling in school and in life. Their grades are low, their motivation is down, their social life is suffering and they are smoking marijuana while escaping into video games. Included in working with the teen is working with their parents. Helping families rebuild relationship and healthy functioning is a passion of mine. I also specialize in working with men and women struggling with anger, who are ready to get their life back. Anger has cost them a lot in their relationships, and they are ready to change.
(406) 838-0218
Denver, Colorado 80224
Karen Stewart, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACII
“I am a graduate of the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work with over 25 years experience in mental health, addictions, trauma and HIV/AIDS. I have completed psychological evaluations in a variety of settings both abroad and here in the United States. I have worked as a Mental Health Officer and Coach for Doctors Without Borders for 10 years. My missions, throughout Africa and Asia, ranged from 3 to15 months, servicing individuals and communities in refugee camps, rural and urban clinics, and hospitals. The populations served were affected by traumatic events, acute and chronic civil conflict, natural disasters, and health related pandemics.
(720) 726-1588
Denver, Colorado 80209
Stephen A Sbanotto,   in Denver
“I specialize in helping men and woman who struggle with trauma and abuse issues that have manifested in sexual addiction, porn addiction, and other intimacy problems. I have worked with a variety of people and issues and have found that my passion lies specifically in trauma processing and recovery. My own story is one that has been impacted, and in many ways shaped by childhood abuse. The freedom I have seen, and continue to see as I walk through my own journey, is what drives me to help others step into freedom, finding again that joy for life.
(720) 636-7219
Denver, Colorado 80203
Hilary Sparrow,   in Denver
“I help men, women, and adolescents overcome challenges, heal hearts, and transform lives for the better. I say with great confidence that my clients are not alone in their challenges, and they don't have to carry their burdens alone. My solution-focused therapy helps clients solidify goals and find resources within themselves to reach those goals. With patience, persistence, and accountability, my clients cultivate greater confidence and self-esteem, more empowerment, richer relationships, and more emotional balance and health. I've helped countless men and women find the strength within themselves to thrive, enhance their lives, and overcome setbacks.
(281) 730-8910
Denver, Colorado 80237
Lee Walton, Counselor  in Denver
“Painful life events distort our worldview and we feel isolated in the grips of depression, fear, anxiety and guilt. We struggle to hide our grief and anger from others as a consequence of misplaced shame and guilt that often originate in childhood. They emerge and impede our attempts to find harmony in the day to day living experience. I work with adults who are now realizing that the old ways of dealing in the world are no longer valid. I strive to help you identify early experience that trigger the suffering in the present.
(720) 722-9476
Denver, Colorado 80203
Jason Polk, Counselor  in Denver
“Most of my experience comes from working with adolescents and adults suffering from drug and/or alcohol abuse. However, drug and alcohol abuse is usually a symptom of deeper issues i.e. depression, anxiety, trauma/PTSD, attachment wounds, and/or relationship issues. I am trained in addressing these deeper issues and any unsettling symptoms you may be experiencing. This work is my passion. My most basic theoretical approach is strength based meaning: lets build on what is working for you while addressing what you would like to change.
(720) 903-3326
Denver, Colorado 80211
Janelle Washburne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CST
“Life can be tough, you don't have to figure it out alone.I work with individuals and couples to live happier, healthier lives. Some problems that my clients and I work on together are dealing with relationship concerns, intimacy/ sexual issues, communication problems, divorce, depression, and more. I believe in an emotionally focused and solution focused approach to therapy. I help couples focus on communicating from the heart and then focus on what's working and doing more of that. I work at the client's pace in a positive, safe, and encouraging environment. I offer a GLBT friendly practice.
(303) 900-7342
Denver, Colorado 80237
Evelyn Lifsey, PhD, LLC, Psychologist  in Denver
“My clients come to me because they want to tell their story to a warm, empathic professional with expertise in professional psychology. For over 20 years I have helped people overcome depression, anxiety, and addictions. My clients have found a new window to the world and have overcome fears and frustrations in marriage, parenting, and personal relationships. Often those conflicts arise from religious and spiritual differences, age or cultural barriers. Whether very young, very old or in between, I can help you overcome obstacles and manage conflict, so that you will experience greater happiness and satisfaction.
(303) 900-7440
Denver, Colorado 80210
Tony Miles, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you are gay, lesbian or HIV+, demand a therapist who won't think you're sick, bad, or crazy. If you struggle with even thinking that you are gay, lesbian or HIV+, find someone safe to talk to. Find a therapist who won't need you to explain every detail about what being gay, lesbian or HIV+ even means. If you are struggling with gay, lesbian or HIV+ relationships, find someone to help sort it all out. Many of the clients I work with have entered therapy with concerns like these. There is hope.
(720) 205-9752
Denver, Colorado 80210
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
Shirley J Asher, Psychologist  in Denver
“For the past 25 years, I have helped people heal from the emotional pain that frequently results from divorce, trauma, abuse, the death of loved ones, and physical illness. I have helped people make changes so that they can lead happier and more rewarding lives. In my practice, the focus of therapy is on YOU, so that together we can increase your awareness about YOUR life patterns, build on YOUR strengths, and help YOU develop new coping strategies. I believe that problems can be solved when we learn to focus on our strengths while appreciating and dealing with our past.
(303) 900-7205
Denver, Colorado 80246
Kathy Mackechney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in providing therapy to adoptees and their families. As an adoptee myself, I have combined my personal experience with my professional training to be able to offer a complete understanding of adoption issues and how to effectively address them. I work with adoptees of all ages and stages--from childhood through older adulthood and from that first understanding of what it means to have been relinquished and adopted, through search and reunion. I work with both individual adult adoptees and adopted children/teens and their parents.
(303) 816-8012
Denver, Colorado 80206
Cameron Gridley, Psychologist  in Denver
“I believe the core of most of the distress we experience in life has to do with relationships. Be it the relationship with yourself, your partner, your boss, a friend or family member, or other significant person, they all have tremendous impact on your emotions and your sense of happiness. I find this to be particularly true within the realm of sex and sexuality. I work with couples and individuals to help them explore, understand, and create the relationships, and the life, that they want. For more information about my approach to therapy, see my website: www.drgridley.com.
(303) 720-6177
Denver, Colorado 80246
Todd R. Schwartz,   in Denver
“Too many people suffer from chronic long term depression, anxiety, tension, stress, body aches, fatigue, sadness, emptiness, trauma or abuse histories, dissatisfaction with life or work or unfulfilling relationships. It is hard to see clearly and know exactly what you need when your entire system is overwhelmed or under stress. Gentle, holistic methods exist that support relaxation, relief, restoration, and vitality consistent with every health and wellness model.
(303) 835-9597
Denver, Colorado 80209
Reyna Gutierrez, Counselor  in Denver
“As a client centered, evidenced based practice, solution-focused psychotherapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. By applying complementary psychotherapy approaches and techniques, we will unearth long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
(720) 636-9453
Denver, Colorado 80202

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.