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Therapists in Denver

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
Kseniya Bakhtin  in Denver
“People often come to therapy looking for relief from emotional pain, overwhelmed by their emotions or feeling distanced from them and numb. It is common to feel that old patterns of reacting and behaving do not work anymore, that we are going in circles, and to experience a gnawing sense of guilt and dissatisfaction with ourselves, our relationships, and with lack of meaning in our lives. I admire and appreciate my clients' courage to look inside and to engage in the process of self-reflection and exploration that can be painful and challenging, but ultimately rewarding.
(303) 848-3150
Denver, Colorado 80246
Scot A. Boespflug, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize in helping people find and reach their unique potential. I offer an array of psychological services aimed at helping you reach your personal and professional goals. I have particular specialties in men's issues, workplaces issues and career transitions.
(720) 463-2639
Denver, Colorado 80206
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
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
Alison Darby, Counselor  in Denver
“Life happens. If you have been struggling, going through the motions, wanting to change yet don't know where to start, therapy could be of help to you. Together, we will discuss areas where you feel stuck and obstacles that are interfering. My goal is to help you identify strengths, increase positive relationships, and enhance your life. Change is difficult. The first step is deciding you want to do something different.
(720) 897-3593
Denver, Colorado 80211
Becky (Trickett) Newquist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I enjoy walking along side young people (ages 10 - 40) through the various challenges each life stage and individual experience brings. I believe therapy can be effective when it is built on a relationship of trust, acceptance, and commitment to change. I employ evidenced-based professional counseling methods and invite individuals and families to integrate their own faith perspective, values, and goals into each session. If you are seeking healing and hope that will last, I would be honored to help you on your journey.
(720) 336-4709 x101
Denver, Colorado 80210
Donna M Westmoreland,   in Denver
“I find that respect, genuineness, support and empathy are at the heart of my Psychotherapy practice.I feel that successful therapy is a collaboration between you and I, and is motivated by your needs. Regardless of your goals I can support you in your process. Some people desire to solve an immediate problem,others desire long term depth work. I can be your guide in either type of work. At times we can feel overwhelmed and not know where to turn, a kind, non judgmental, insightful,skilled therapist can help.When we experience challenges we can all benefit from support.
(720) 608-2757
Denver, Colorado 80238
Emilie A Graham, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you feel disconnected from others or from yourself? Is your life not as fulfilling as you would like it to be? I can help. Together, we will work through these feelings and assist you in finding the life you are meant to live. I will help you uncover your innermost self and provide you with gentle but direct feedback about obstacles that might be getting in the way of you living the life you desire to live and having the relationships you desire to have.
(970) 372-5129
Denver, Colorado 80203
Stephen Rodgers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MSW
“I help adults, children and families to heal their emotional wounds and transform their lives for the better. After ten years of experience working in the helping profession I can tell you that you are not alone in your challenges and that you do not need to carry that burden by yourself. From both sides of the couch, I have witnessed therapy's power to transform and even save lives. We have all experienced difficulties, challenges, trauma and pain in life and I believe that by healing from these experiences we have the opportunity to grow.
(619) 870-0073
Denver, Colorado 80209
Integrative Therapeutic Solutions, Psychologist  in Denver
“Are you in your twenties? Does life feel unmanageable? Overwhelmed by anxiety, depression, self doubt, or the direction of your life? We're here to help! Contact Us Today for a FREE ONE HOUR CONSULT! Like many people in their twenties, you may be wondering what to do with your life. Your twenties can leave you feeling STUCK, ANXIOUS & DEPRESSED. If your emotions or concerns about your future seem to be getting the best of you, give us a call! One of our clinicians will be happy to help.
(303) 388-8144
Denver, Colorado 80218
Cory Reid-Vanas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFTC, NCC
“Asking for help is never easy. Many people feel unsure about how therapy can support them. Therapy guides the healing process and allows for new perspective. The difficult feelings that you are having can be more effectively managed within a safe & confidential place. As you talk about your thoughts & feelings you will begin to experience relief. I offer a free 30-minute consultation for ADULTS, YOUTH & COUPLES to discuss how I can help support you to feel better and gain a deeper understanding of the difficulties you experience. The process may be challenging but is well worth the effort.
(720) 252-0345
Denver, Colorado 80211
Carolyn Duhn, Counselor  in Denver
“Everybody needs a little help at some time in their lives. Struggling with depression, anxiety, phobias, getting over the loss of a loved one or an upsetting life event (trauma) is as good a time as ever to seek support, and I would be privileged to talk to you about how I might be of help. In my experience, integrating the many aspects of a person-mind, body and spirit, in counseling is the most beneficial in the path towards health, healing and wholeness.
(303) 502-5605
Denver, Colorado 80211
Daniel S Schoenwald, Psychologist  in Denver
“My successful clients are active psychotherapy participants who are dedicated and motivated for change. Introspective, he/she thinks about therapy outside of the office and attempts to use the knowledge and insight gained to improve relationships, goals, and life satisfaction. At times, psychotherapy requires difficult work from both the therapist and client, and the outcome is predicated by the mutual effort vested in the therapeutic process.
(720) 606-2578
Denver, Colorado 80220
Carema Cook-Masaud, Counselor  in Denver
“Sometimes, we become stuck in patterns of thought and action damaging relationships that are important to us. Counseling can provide a safe, compassionate environment where you explore ways to create the wellbeing you desire. I counsel couples and families who are looking for ways to heal and strengthen relationships, to address conflict, anger, and distrust, and to better cope with life transitions. I provide therapy for individuals seeking to ease stress, depression, anxiety, grief and trauma. I also coach parents searching for ways to create nurturing, loving bonds with their children through all stages of life.
(720) 336-4625
Denver, Colorado 80211
Jason Polk, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSW, LAC
“I am experienced working with adolescents and adults suffering from drug and/or alcohol issues. However, drug and alcohol abuse is usually a symptom of deeper issues i.e. depression, anxiety, trauma/PTSD, and/or relationship issues. So, I enjoy examining and helping you with these issues in a client-centered approach. Also, please note, that it is not necessary to be suffering from substance abuse in order for us to address the above issues together.
(720) 903-3326
Denver, Colorado 80211
Cindy Duckworth, Counselor  in Denver
“I have become very interested in the brain's functioning powers and how people can learn to re-wire neural networks, using strategies that can calm, relax, heighten a sense of personal control, diminish the power of old patterns, and strengthen healthy neural pathways. Research now shows that talking about what is causing tension, stress, or discomfort for you is good for your brain. It is good to find a therapist, a trusted friend or clergy worker to confide in and improve your life. I work with children of all ages, adult individuals, and couples and families who are having difficulties.
(303) 900-5584 x153
Denver, Colorado 80222
Susan M Parker, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, CACIII
“A new journey for those who are unhappy with the direction their lives have taken. Whether it's substance abuse, poor decisions or addiction, there's a better way. Focusing on education, treatment issues and relapse prevention. Experienced working with adolescents and adults, individual counseling, DUI/MIP, Relapse Prevention and other related classes/groups available.
(303) 578-2992
Denver, Colorado 80222
Rebekah C Markheim, Psychologist  in Denver
“Anxious? Depressed? Stuck? You're not alone. Let's work together to get things moving. I see people ages 16-90. General therapy includes work with depression, anxiety, relationship issues and life adjustment; divorce/break up; new job, boss or home; retiring or returning to school. I also specialize in the LGBT community and their families. Chronic health conditions is another area of expertise, including work with cancer, HIV, MS, diabetes, and medical trauma. Along the same lines, I work with all caregivers, whether you care for patients professionally, or for a loved one with an illness. Therefore, grief/loss is another specialty.
(720) 885-9107
Denver, Colorado 80210
Robin Eskey, Psychologist  in Denver
“I appreciate the courage it takes to reach out for help when you are feeling overwhelmed, troubled, or just plain stuck in your life. And I believe that making the decision to seek help during those times indicates true strength of character. I offer a therapeutic practice that is based on mutual respect, and is focused on helping you live life to its' fullest by meeting the goals you bring with you to therapy.
(303) 835-0713
Denver, Colorado 80246

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?
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