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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists in Denver

Erin E Shrago, PsyD, LLC, Psychologist  in Denver
“I see the therapeutic process as a relationship between you and I where we begin to explore one's patterns, relationships, strengths, and challenges. In such exploration, one can find a deeper understanding of him/herself in order to move forward with a happy and productive life. My role is a partner, guide, and witness to your journey of becoming a more fulfilled you. I believe everyone is doing their best to survive and find happiness in their lives. Sometimes, our efforts can lead to maladaptive patterns. Therapy helps illuminate these patterns and guide you to develop new ones.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(303) 900-7035
Denver, Colorado 80246
Claire Polsky, Counselor  in Denver
“I specialize in helping tweens, teens and twentysomethings because I have expertise AND the work is very meaningful for me. This time of life can be confusing and chaotic, but also a time of powerful change and lasting insights. I have helped people with poor self-esteem, alienated family relationships, divorce, unhealthy relationships, anxiety, trauma, loss, grief, isolation, bullying, loneliness, problems with mood, stress management, lack of purpose, meaning, developing communication, coping strategies, academic challenges, body image, impulsive behaviors, career indecision and transitions. For youth I try to involve parents in the counseling process.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(303) 857-5605
Denver, Colorado 80210
Erica Viggiano, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII, RD, E-RYT
“Modern life holds many challenges that can take us out of balance with ourselves and those that we care about. Sometimes life's challenges and transitions become difficult to overcome on our own. I offer support and a comfortable environment to help you navigate your way to a place that feels better. In practice for over 20 years, I help adults and adolescents with a variety of challenges including, mood and anxiety disorders, trauma , eating and body image issues, relationship challenges and addiction problems. Together, we can find the way to a path that will bring you more peace, confidence and satisfaction.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(303) 732-6826
Denver, Colorado 80218
Susan Weinstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW
“I have a keen interest and passion for working with 'tweens', teens, and twenty-somethings. I always work from a strength based and family centered perspective. I work with 'tweens', teens, and twenty-somethings who seek treatment for life experiences such as: anxiety, depression, sexual, physical, or emotional abuse, social isolation, teen friendships/bullying/dating, teen parenting, teen pregnancy counseling and support, low energy, stress, panic attacks, a traumatic event or other stressors, self sufficiency development, divorce, low self esteem, ADD/ADHD, mood dysregulation, oppositional or angry behaviors, and relational and attachment issues.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(720) 583-8711
Denver, Colorado 80206
Heather Bosler Carroll, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize in working with children/adolescents/young adults with developmental disabilities and/or cognitive impairments. My goal is to help indiviudals and their families make connections between difficult behaviors and their underlying causes, and to find interventions that work well for the family. I believe that assessing and identifying strengths in both the client and the family is just as important as identifying the problems.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(303) 351-5886
Denver, Colorado 80224
Patrick O. Brenner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I provide psychotherapy from a client-centered perspective, focusing on creativity and potential for growth. Therapy is a collaborative process which begins with empathy, validation of personal experience, support, and often, humor. Creating change involves stepping outside of one's comfort zone, setting goals, and exploring creative solutions. My goal is to facilitate this process by encouraging clients, children and adults, to work toward personal ownership of their choices, values, and desired life directions. For children, the process of therapy includes consistent parent/caretaker involvement. I look forward to speaking with you.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(720) 339-8277
Denver, Colorado 80210
Glen Willis, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a down to earth, skilled therapist who really does listen and care about each of my clients. I'm compassionate, direct, and I'm not afraid to offer constructive feedback. We will work together and I will help you put together a plan of action because I understand your need to begin feeling better as soon as possible! I work with adults, couples and adolescents on challenges such as: divorce, anxiety, depression, relationships, self-improvement, infidelity, life changes, and the extreme difficulties that come with being in relationship with someone who has Borderline Personality Disorder.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(720) 213-5517
Denver, Colorado 80218
Averi L Schaubman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“When you are overwhelmed with life's twists and turns, it is often helpful to seek the support of an objective, skilled therapist to help get "unstuck" and find new solutions. Through my eclectic approach, I will work to understand your concerns and provide the most effective means of achieving positive changes in your life. During my 26 years of clinical practice, I have learned that our behavior and mood do not change solely through talking about our feelings and experiences; rather, change is accomplished by actively engaging you in experiencing new and different responses to life's events.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(303) 835-9285
Denver, Colorado 80222
Nichole Laliberte, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Struggling with an issue? Adjusting to changes in your life? Facing difficult challenges? Not sure where to turn? Welcome... I offer an empathetic, non-judgmental space in which to address all of the above and more. My goal is to help you gain insight, solve your problems, and make the changes you wish to see in your life. Empowerment, understanding and a collaborative atmosphere are key elements in my work with clients.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(303) 963-9957
Denver, Colorado 80210
Nina Marcus Psychotherapist,   in Denver
“"are you breathing just a little, and calling it life”? … Mary Oliver. What you might really want to know about me is that you will feel comfortable during our time together. You will know that you are working with a well trained, competent therapist. I counsel people about many different life situations like resolving depression and anxiety, improving life choices, remembering strengths, and loving again. . I help couples regain intimacy and transform relationships by learning new communication skills. So, If you feel stuck , come in, sit down, and together we will bring new light, insight, and change onto your life.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(303) 351-5340
Denver, Colorado 80231
Keith Manchester, Counselor  in Denver
“Simply put, if you or someone you know needs help dealing with the variety of stressors that come with life, I would value to opportunity to help. In my practice I attempt to refrain from judgment and am not motivated to find a diagnosis to label you with. We live in a world that often reacts to dilemmas instead of being proactive. Even if you feel your issues have not become too cumbersome, I'd be privileged to discuss why you are checking out my bio for potential counseling services.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(720) 608-2805
Denver, Colorado 80211
Tammy 'Kaia' Bruski  in Denver
“I help individuals and couples unearth pain and disappointment they've experienced in life and support them in a holistic approach to healing. One goal for therapy is to move into a greater sense of well-being and authenticity. I collaborate with my clients in creating purpose in the way they live, whether that means finding internal peace and fulfillment, or encouraging couples to communicate more effectively. In relationship work, I address issues such as intimacy, trust, communication, conflict resolution, personality styles and sexuality. In individual work, I focus on meaning, anxiety, emotional pain, self- defeating patterns, and healthy boundaries.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(720) 924-4684
Denver, Colorado 80210
Mark Rush, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Denver
“Goal is for clients to make changes they want sooner, with lasting positive effects on themselves, others in their lives, and their environments. I believe that it is important that the approach being used makes sense to my clients. I ask my clients if the approach makes sense and invite them to question it. Also believe it is important to quickly develop well-defined goals based on my client's priorities for therapy, and for them to have relevant things to work on in between sessions. Therapy is individualized. Work with somatic issues (using EMDR), life coaching. www.markrushphd.com
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(303) 900-7191
Denver, Colorado 80222
Irina Banfi-Mare, Psychologist  in Denver
“Whether you are new to therapy or have gone through it before, asking for help involves courage to be vulnerable and face difficult feelings. Therapy can help you become more self-aware, more in control of your emotions, improve your relationships, and make better sense of your experiences. We will identify what you want to change in a way that is realistic and makes sense to you. I will encourage your capacity for growth, help you build and use your strengths, and work with you to overcome the barriers that prevent you from reaching your goals.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(303) 532-1514
Denver, Colorado 80222
Elizabeth Adler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in sex therapy with Christian couples who are looking to enhance their sexual relationship. I offer Christian perspective and sex therapy expertise aimed at creating stronger, connected couples relationships. I help couples to get past myths that Christians cannot have great and fulfilling sex lives so they can leave my office with the freedom to have great sex AND feel spiritually fulfilled. Whether you feel like you and your partner are experiencing discrepancies in desire or there are just too many barriers when it comes to sex, I offer practical solutions so that change can occur.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(504) 684-1116
Denver, Colorado 80237
Lehala Isaacson, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that therapy provides an opportunity for a better life. Therapy to me is a collaborative process and in a safe nonjudgmental, empathetic environment people are able to reach their full potential. Therapy provides a chance to gain awareness into underlying issues that may be causing one to feel out of balance. It also provides motivation to change areas of your life that you do not feel are working and insight into your personal strengths. By taking on this opportunity you can heal from past trauma and experience improved self-esteem to achieve the life that you want.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(720) 279-8116
Denver, Colorado 80231
Alexander D Rhone  in Denver
“My ideal client is one who is motivated and open to change. I am trained to work with people who struggle with depression, anxiety, and trauma. Multicultural sensitivity was and is a prominent factor in my professional development. I maintain contacts in many communities for the purpose of consultation.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(720) 608-5896
Denver, Colorado 80211
Mary Ann McAndrews, Counselor  in Denver
“Past trauma can cast a shadow over your present and future life. Whether you are the survivor of a single traumatic experience or of repeated, long-term traumas from early in life, an abusive relationship, military or emergency responder experience, you may be suffering from chronic anxiety, depression, and problems with thinking and functioning. My primary method of working with people who have suffered trauma is through the use of EMDR, a safe, effective method of clearing out the negative emotions connected to painful memories. I also utilize more standard approaches such as CBT and SFBT.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(720) 515-5899
Denver, Colorado 80210
Nancy Turley, Counselor  in Denver
“I am best suited to treating individuals and couples with relationship issues, depression and anxiety. I use EMDR as well as traditional talk therapy. I am comfortable working with a wide variety of issues. I enjoy helping my clients discover their inner strength and potential and working to make improvements in their lives. From adolescents to baby boomers and beyond, I feel suited for the diversity and uniqueness of my clients.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(303) 647-9261
Denver, Colorado 80223
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.
Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
(720) 388-1840
Denver, Colorado 80222
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Cognitive Behavioral (CBT) Therapists
Cognitive-behavioral therapy stresses the role of thinking in how we feel and what we do. It is based on the belief that thoughts, rather than people or events, cause our negative feelings. The therapist assists the client in identifying, testing the reality of, and correcting dysfunctional beliefs underlying his or her thinking. The therapist then helps the client modify those thoughts and the behaviors that flow from them. CBT is a structured collaboration between therapist and client and often calls for homework assignments.

If you're looking for CBT therapy in Denver or for a Denver CBT Therapist these professionals provide cognitive behavioral therapy, cbt group therapy, cbt therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy and behavioral therapy. They include CBT therapists, CBT psychologists, CBT psychotherapists and CBT counselors.

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.