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Therapists in Denver

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
Bryce Mathern, Counselor  in Denver
“I work with men who are struggling in their work life, in their relationships and with their kids. I help men become more focused on what they need and are passionate about. Many of the men I work with are struggling to understand how to show up in their partnerships. How do you attune emotionally to a woman? How do you get out of the blame game mindset? How do you stop using rational arguments to state your case when the woman you love is in an emotional mindset? Relationship skills are no different from developing any other skill.
(303) 586-3620
Denver, Colorado 80209
Elizabeth Anne Coldren, Psychologist  in Denver
“Life stressors can lead to you feeling unsettled and unlike yourself. I can help you navigate through whatever you are experiencing. Together, we can work to make sense of what is happening for you, implement change and heal.
(303) 732-6736
Denver, Colorado 80205
Ryan M Mueller, Counselor  in Denver
“While my background has focused on trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy with a mindfulness towards existential & person-centered concepts, your concerns and needs will inform our sessions. As society has a way of categorizing and pathologizing us in ways that limit our true potential to find our genuine selves, we will work to build confidence and understanding in the self. By forming a collaborative and authentic therapeutic relationship from which to explore difficulties and concerns we can find healing and foster real change.
(636) 266-4627
Denver, Colorado 80222
Greg McHugh,   in Denver
“I will listen to your concerns about the issues and themes you want to bring healing to. Then I will help you relax into a deep healing state where you are conscious but aware of the causal trauma of this or a prior life that resides in your soul's memory. Then we shall bring in the presence of the Divine to touch that trauma. This will bring dissolution of both the trauma and the patterns of experience that brought you to see me in the first place. You can find more detail on my work at www.gregmchugh.com.
(303) 622-5669
Denver, Colorado 80210
Nancy Goldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I've worked as a professional for over thirty years in the mental health field, over 20 as a licensed clinical social worker. Specialties include treating very young children, school age children, adolescents, families and individual adults. My approach to working with both individuals and families is relationship based. In recent years I've especially enjoyed working with adoptive families with a focus on attachment, with adults experiencing unresolved trauma from their own childhood and recent past and with pregnant or new mothers transitioning into this different role and possibly experiencing feelings of depression or anxiety.
(303) 963-9369
Denver, Colorado 80211
Andrew A Sweet, Psychologist  in Denver
“My specialty is working with Adults who have Anxiety problems. I prefer an open and collaborative relationship with my clients. My training is strongly scientifically based, with an emphasis on behavioral therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy methods. My efforts with you will be focused, goal oriented and ACTIVE. This is an important part of my work with you - you will have things to do between sessions. I will of course listen, consult and advise. If you are ready to work hard and make progress in a short term therapy model - I might be a good match for you.
(303) 437-9299
Denver, Colorado 80222
Karen Katz, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Hello, My name is Karen Katz, and I have 30 years of experience helping people feel more in control of their lives. I take an active and collaborative approach to healing, growth and change. Call me, if you are dealing with a crisis in your life or a long-standing problem that keeps getting in the way of successfully achieving your goals. I will work with you to understand what's troubling you, and we will put you back on a forward path. Together we will develop a plan to restore your self-confidence and get things back on track.
(303) 351-5128
Denver, Colorado 80231
Meg'N E Deaner, Counselor  in Denver
“Mantis Counseling and Coaching Services, LLC is committed to serving adults, adolescents, families, couples, and children by providing psychotherapy and coaching sessions to fit your personal goals. We believe you are the expert regarding your own path to growth and success. We create collaborative treatment plans for mind, body, and spirit to allow you to access your innate potential.
(303) 500-3887
Denver, Colorado 80206
Karen E Conklin-Johnson,   in Denver
“Do you want something different in your marriage, relationship or work life but just can't figure out how to make it happen? Are you tired of being tired and stressed? Do you and your spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend have the same argument over and over? I am passionate about helping individuals and couples discover when old ways of coping no longer work and replace them with new, more productive alternatives. I coach my clients to recognize problem patterns, effectively communicate their needs, relieve stress, and improve relationships with the important people in their lives.
(303) 578-9975
Denver, Colorado 80218
Brian Wolff, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with specialized training in the evaluation of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Dyslexia and other learning disabilities, intellectual and executive functioning, developmental challenges, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and behavioral difficulties. My clinical work is grounded in evidence-based research and employs a primarily cognitive-behavioral approach to assessment and therapy. I also collaborate with families in developing and sustaining educational and treatment plans focused on supporting the academic, cognitive, social-emotional, and behavioral needs of children and teenagers. Plans can include individual and/or family therapy, as well as consultation with school teams and health professionals.
(303) 747-4015
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.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Denver, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

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.