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Depression Therapists in Denver

Lena V. Dvoskina, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you afraid of being abandoned? Do you try to avoid being alone? Do you have unstable and intense relationships? Are you often confused about who you are as a person? Do you often feel bored, empty, or in deep emotional pain? Do your emotions and moods change frequently? Don't hesitate to call for help. I have over 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist and specialize in personality issues. I will work with you to tailor a therapy style that is comprehensive and sensitive to your needs.
Depression
(720) 381-7491
Denver, Colorado 80210
Nina Pesochinsky, Counselor  in Denver
“Even though emotional pain may feel unbearable right now, there is hope and there is help. Suffering has meaning and feelings offer guidance. Pain sends a signal that attention is needed. You have the power to change your life and create your happiness. I help individuals find meaning and guidance in their emotional pain, learn from it, and move forward creating the life that they want. My clients feel safe to explore their issues and become empowered to design their authentic life on a solid foundation of their unique personal and cultural preferences.
Depression
(720) 608-2657
Denver, Colorado 80203
Becky Natenberg, Counselor  in Denver
“Do you intuitively know that you need change in your life, but are nervous or scared of what might come from it? Do you feel stuck but are unable to put your finger on why? Are you in unfulfilling relationships? Events from our past and/or current life circumstances can often leave us feeling overwhelmed and disengaged from our lives; I strive to support you in living the life you want and deserve and to face problems that may be yet defined.
Depression
(928) 614-7716
Denver, Colorado 80211
Jill Altieri, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It is an honor working with clients to help support their process of self-discovery and healing. I have a spiritual and holistic approach to therapy and believe that our connections through relationships are powerful and essential to our lives. Creating a positive therapeutic and trusting relationship inspires the process of self-exploration and growth.
Depression
(720) 310-2991
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.
Depression
(720) 606-2578
Denver, Colorado 80220
Unstuck Therapy - Dr. Linda Baker  in Denver
“I'd like to offer you a warm welcome to Unstuck Therapy. I know that life's challenges can often get in our way causing us to get stuck in our relationships, our jobs, our choices, and even our own heads. However, I also know that each of us has the ability to live a fulfilling and meaningful life. I have had the privilege of helping people find happiness and contentment and I am available and ready to provide you with the tools that can help you get unstuck! Please call (303)860-2716 to schedule your initial appointment.
Depression
(303) 625-9453
Denver, Colorado 80203
Keith W Swain, Counselor  in Denver
“Recent research has shown massage to be a highly affective treatment for depression and anxiety. It makes sense if you think about it - human touch is a powerful way to convey concern and hope to another person. My one-hour bodywork sessions are completely legitimate and professional, and are administered in a safe and secure environment. I am a licensed professional counselor and trained in specific bodywork methods designed to relieve both depression and anxiety. My services are usually covered by your health insurance. If no insurance, a sliding scale is available.
Depression
(303) 900-5896
Denver, Colorado 80218
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.
Depression
(303) 732-6858
Denver, Colorado 80206
William R Todd, Psychologist  in Denver
“I know you have having unique strengths, and my approach is to identify and draw on these strengths, and to help you find effective solutions and make positive changes. I will work collaboratively to help you achieve new insights and build a life you feel is worth living, with increased satisfaction and decreased distress. I also try to help identify emotional experiences and integrate this emotional information into healthy, effective decision-making and healing, particularly in the context of relationships with others.
Depression
(720) 608-2996
Denver, Colorado 80209
Rebecca Heitler Lubin, Psychologist  in Denver
“Years of experience allow me to guide you through the process of therapy. I will work with you to help you feel better.
Depression
(303) 327-9404
Denver, Colorado 80203
Josh Kaplan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Major life changes, issues from our past, current stressors and even our own genes have a way of affecting our moods, behaviors, and relationships. We may notice these changes in ourselves, or friends and family members may notice these changes in us. When our own attempts to cope and resolve these issues are ineffective, it may be time to seek professional therapy. I have helped individuals overcome and manage many distressing thoughts, emotions and behaviors. Common complaints include depression, anxiety, low self esteem, abuse/trauma, panic, relationship issues, anger, stress, interpersonal conflict, moodiness, grief/loss, and major life stressors.
Depression
(303) 562-1050
Denver, Colorado 80206
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.
Depression
(636) 266-4627
Denver, Colorado 80222
Daisy Berl, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, BCD
“I love working with people who appear or feel "stuck" in their lives-work,family and other intimate relationships.Helping people to overcome obstacles to their emotional well-being,as well as, achieving their utmost potential is of great importance to me. Often doing the above entails helping people to overcome depression,heal old wounds and traumas,as well as dealing with present crises.
Depression
(303) 647-4061
Denver, Colorado 80237
Karen K Mills, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that early experiences influence one's self-concept, expectations and behavior. Change occurs through emerging self-discovery and understanding, within a safe therapeutic relationship. Therefore the therapeutic relationship is the most important aspect of psychotherapy; it is a process in which both the client and therapist actively participate.
Depression
(303) 900-5397
Denver, Colorado 80220
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.
Depression
(303) 500-8028
Denver, Colorado 80211
Danielle Vice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As we move through life we often encounter challenging times that can leave us stuck, overwhelmed, depressed, and confused and we may struggle with finding positive solutions and a better direction. If you're feeling overwhelmed and are needing clarity, know that help is available. I have been working with adults, adolescents, and families for over 13 years and offer a strengths-based and empathic approach towards therapy. In my practice I believe in providing support, acceptance and constructive feedback in order for clients to gain insight and achieve their goals.
Depression
(303) 951-4783
Denver, Colorado 80202
Laura J. Pentoney, Counselor  in Denver
“For the past 17 years, my work has been dedicated to helping people heal and grow from issues related to the past so that they can live richer and more fulfilling lives in the present. I have worked with men and women, from late teens into adulthood, on their journeys of growth and self-discovery. My expertise is in helping adults heal from childhood wounds that manifest in the present as feelings of depression, anxiety and anger, eating disorders, lack of self-worth/self-esteem, trust issues and/or difficulties in relationship.
Depression
(303) 835-9240
Denver, Colorado 80222
Jennifer DeVault, Counselor  in Denver
“My goal, as a therapist, is to create an environment of support, encouragement, and safety. I believe therapy is a shared experience between us and I view my role as one of a facilitator and guide. I want to meet you were you are and understand the pain you are experiencing. I believe that life can get better, pain can ease, and relationships can strengthen with support, encouragement, and understanding.
Depression
(303) 835-0934
Denver, Colorado 80204
Genie Hobbs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I combine contemporary therapeutic methods with ancient indigenous wisdom to support a connection to your heart, your inner wisdom, and your personal power to create a life that is meaningful and authentic. I completely trust your inherent ability to move towards health and healing. My education and training combines with my life experiences to create a well rounded approach that suits a variety of goals and personality styles.
Depression
(720) 636-7083
Denver, Colorado 80206
LeAnn Hansen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, CASWCM
“I use a non-judgmental approach that values each person as an individual, considering the many factors that can create personal problems, and guides individuals, couples, and families to reach their goal of physical, emotional, and spiritual health and well-being. As a Colorado native with over 15yrs experience in Clinical/Medical Social Work, I have extensive expierence and a wide network of referrals/colleages when additional support is needed (i.e. elder law attorney, addiction specialist, homemaker services, etc.). I have a strong sense of humor and delight in the little things of life and maintain hope when others cannot.
Depression
(303) 816-3341
Denver, Colorado 80203
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Depression Therapists
If you're looking for help with depression in Denver or for a Denver depression Therapist, these Therapists provide depression therapy (and depression therapies), depression treatment and depression help in Denver. They include depression Therapists, depression psychologists, depression psychotherapists and depression counselors in Denver. They can help with relationship Therapist in Denver. A Therapist can help with post partum depression, feeling depressed, depression anxiety as well as teen depression. Therapists provide Denver depression counseling, depression support, referrals to depression support groups in Denver and Denver depression groups. If you're depressed in Denver, get help from one of these depression specialists.

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.