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Anxiety Therapists in Denver
Fears, Phobia

Zina Ortiz, Counselor  in Denver
“My goals as a psychotherapist are based on the belief that people want to be happy, effective and successful in their lives and that they have within themselves the resources to achieve these goals. I help my clients most effectively by accessing their internal resources to increase self-understanding, to improve decision-making, to find meaning, to solve problems, and to create paths to the lives they want.
Anxiety
(303) 647-4080
Denver, Colorado 80211
Mark Lackey  in Denver
“Are you facing difficult challenges in your life? Feeling overwhelmed or stuck? Are you stressed out or feeling down? Therapy is what we, as client and therapist, make of it. I am interested in working on whatever you choose to bring to therapy: relationship, work, school, searching for meaning, understanding the past, etc. I emphasize working in the present moment, including somatic/body-oriented approaches. My work with clients is informed by Buddhist Psychology (including, but not limited to, Mindfulness), Neuroscience, Psychodynamic approaches, and Behavioral approaches.
Anxiety
(720) 465-8974
Denver, Colorado 80206
Michelle L Kaye, Counselor  in Denver
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor and Educator, I have almost 20 years of experience working with clients of all ages, especially in the areas of self-esteem, stress and anxiety, school/learning challenges, cultivating healthy communication in families, and working through times of transition. Another passion of mine is working with Military Service Members, Veterans, & their families. Having served as an MFLC (Military and Family Life Counselor), I am committed to helping individual service members and their families to reintegrate, work through the complications of post-traumatic stress, and rediscover meaning, peace, & joy in their families and in their lives.
Anxiety
(303) 900-7221
Denver, Colorado 80206
Susan Reyland, Psychologist  in Denver
“I believe that people are fundamentally motivated toward growth and connection. The work in my psychotherapy practice involves removing the obstacles that keep us from achieving satisfying relationships with others, ourselves and our work. Whether the obstacle is an unprocessed trauma or maladaptive thoughts leading to anxiety and depression, managing these obstacles promotes personal growth and increased happiness.
Anxiety
(303) 500-3916
Denver, Colorado 80202
Amanda B. Guthrie, Counselor  in Denver
“I have the intrinsic belief in the ability of psychotherapy to transform lives! The curative power of being listened to and understood cannot be overestimated. It is the foundation upon which all change occurs. I have witnessed psychotherapy help individuals develop self-acceptance and self-esteem by removing obstacles which previously interfered with building and maintaining meaningful relationships. My first goal in the therapeutic process is to create a trusting, safe and collaborative relationship. Through active exploration, it is my hope that you will uncover insight and gain understanding into the thoughts, emotions and behaviors that will empower and support you in transforming your life.
Anxiety
(303) 578-3557
Denver, Colorado 80206
Felicia R Greher, Psychologist  in Denver
“As a clinical psychologist, I am committed to offering treatments that actually work. My approach is integrative and employs research-supported interventions tailored to YOU. I work collaboratively with you to identify your goals and routinely assess whether you are getting what you need from the therapy. My clients consistently comment they feel steadily supported to face their challenges, and that the insights they glean from therapy, along with my straight-forward feedback, genuine presence, and compassionate understanding for the distinct and complex nature of their struggles empowers them to make desired change and grow in personally meaningful ways.
Anxiety
(303) 536-3205
Denver, Colorado 80209
Yelena Avramenko, Counselor  in Denver
“I have over 30 years of experience in psychology - researching, teaching, and practicing psychotherapy. As a therapist I work from client-centered integrative approach depending on each client's presentation and therapeutic needs, utilizing a wide variety of techniques, including EMDR, and emphasizing a collaborative approach to therapeutic process.
Anxiety
(720) 903-3328
Denver, Colorado 80231
Jennifer Kilgo, Counselor  in Denver
“Welcome to my practice! When you make the decision to begin therapy, you are making an incredibly valuable investment in yourself and your life. It takes tremendous courage to consider finding a therapist. I commend you for bravely beginning your search! The root of all change is self-awareness. I can assist you in better understanding yourself, your choices and your goals in life. As you find freedom from things that have been holding you back, you can unlock the future you've longed to create. This is thrilling and empowering as you start living into your goals and dreams!
Anxiety
(720) 408-2397
Denver, Colorado 80209
Jamey Collins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 27 years of experience as a therapist helping people navigate and heal their inner and outer lives. My style is collaborative, creative, interactive and personable. I can help if you are anxious, depressed, distressed in your relationships or find yourself dealing with loss, transitions or spiritual issues. I work from eclectic, client-centered, holistic models individualizing therapy to suit the needs of my clients.
Anxiety
(303) 900-7340
Denver, Colorado 80203
Li Brookens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you tired of seeing yourself repeat similar patterns over and over again? Do you wonder if life will ever get unstuck for you? My approach to talk therapy offers you fresh opportunities to address those distressing patterns and experiences in your life with new ideas for implementing change. By talking through the challenges you face, we collaborate together to install new behaviors that lead to constructive coping, personal growth, increased self-awareness, and feeling more comfortable with yourself.
Anxiety
(720) 663-0163
Denver, Colorado 80218
Sara Marley, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe that life is a process of becoming. With the passing of time, we change and our needs and wants within relationships change. Are you eager for positive change that improves your relationships with others and allows for new understanding and compassion in how you feel about yourself? Increased awareness and clarity of unconscious patterns can provide opportunities to heal old wounds and create new paths and transitions towards fulfillment. I encourage prospective clients to give me a call and ask questions that might help you determine if I my approach is a good fit for your current needs.
Anxiety
(303) 578-3485
Denver, Colorado 80246
Jason Seidel, Psychologist  in Denver
“I work with a wide range of clients, but specialize in helping adults who have not been helped by past treatment, who have problems feeling connected, or who have long-standing struggles with trauma, depression, anxiety, or relationships. Every therapist thinks they are "better than average." But extremely few psychologists in private practice actually track how effective they are--and are willing to publish their overall results. That's what we all do at The Colorado Center for Clinical Excellence. I invite you to read about my approach, results, fees, articles, and resources at thecoloradocenter.com.
Anxiety
(720) 509-9910
Denver, Colorado 80222
David J Smith, Counselor  in Denver
“Seeking counseling can be a difficult first step. It's hard for us to acknowledge our pain, and often we feel guilty about it. Feelings aren't good or bad, they just are--the consequences of those feelings are what we can influence. Counseling is important because it can provide a safe place to speak the truth about what we are going through. Our truth is powerful and can be a motivator for making changes to how we feel and what we do. Counseling can help us identify our values, goals, & beliefs and to harness them to help us heal.
Anxiety
(303) 732-6873
Denver, Colorado 80211
Julie Gladnick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My goal is to offer a supportive and nonjudgemental space to express and explore your struggles, fears, and anxieties. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I am passionate about helping individuals find more satisfying relationships with themselves and with others. Whether you are battling ongoing feelings of insecurity, anxiety and depression, a new or expecting mom battling anxiety of the unknown, body image, or relationship issues, or a professional or recent graduate facing a difficult life transition, I would love the opportunity to help you in your journey to a more peaceful and joyful life.
Anxiety
(720) 457-0407
Denver, Colorado 80211
Doreen Dubs, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you unsure of what to look for when selecting a therapist? Nervous about the prospect of entering counseling? You're not alone. Choosing a therapist can be overwhelming. After verifying a therapist's credentials, I believe the focus should be on finding a good fit for you--someone who "gets" you--someone you feel comfortable with. I think this is the most important element for progress in therapy. To start the process, I offer a free phone consultation.
Anxiety
(303) 857-5880
Denver, Colorado 80202
Julie Ciecior, Counselor  in Denver
“Life can be incredibly trying and difficult sometimes, and these times can be quite frightening and are not meant to be worked through alone. I believe that you are able to work through your pain and suffering to find balance, and peace in your life. It is common to feel like you may need help from a therapist and making the decision to no longer go it alone takes courage. I enjoy building a therapeutic relationship with my clients in order to work through these experiences and find some balance and peace in their lives.
Anxiety
(720) 330-4032
Denver, Colorado 80211
“I enjoy a varied practice; about half of my clients are adults, and the other half children and adolescents. I also see families and couples, though usually this emerges from work I am already doing with an individual. I take a lifetime developmental approach in conceptualization and treatment. With children and youth, this means I am looking at how they are on- or off-track in their social / emotional development. Treatment is aimed at getting back on track for a successful adulthood. With adults, this means I am aware of how early relationships and experiences shape current behaviors and experiences.
Anxiety
(303) 900-5411
Denver, Colorado 80224
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.
Anxiety
(303) 437-9299
Denver, Colorado 80222
Linda Baird, Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, EMDR, Hakomi, Brainsp
“I offer a compassionate approach to psychotherapy that works through the body to bring unconscious information (often held as tensions,chronic illness, nervous system disorders, anxiety, depression, nightmares, low self-esteem and inabilities to function at full capacity)into conscious awareness, facilitating deep and lasting changes. Our childhood wounds and traumas become blocks to the manifestation of our purpose/gifts. I honor the inherent wisdom of my clients and help them find authentic expression of their gifts. My strengths are my ability to use my intuition to help clients "put the pieces together," and my own personal experience with resolving trauma.
Anxiety
(720) 439-9093
Denver, Colorado 80203
Marilyn Talmage-Bowers, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am an active therapist who is interested in doing what works for each client. I am flexible, client-centered, and friendly. I work equally well with women, men, children, families and seniors and I enjoy the diversity of that kind of practice. My special interest is in helping women become assertive, empowered and able to live fuller lives. I can be very helpful with clients who are living or working with toxic individuals such as narcissists, borderline personality disorder or addicts. I am expert in individual IQ assessment and am committed to helping gifted and highly sensitive individuals cope with their sensitivities and gifts.
Anxiety
(303) 900-7465
Denver, Colorado 80222
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Anxiety (Fears, Phobia) Therapists
If you're looking for help with anxiety in Denver or for a Denver anxiety Therapist these Therapists provide anxiety therapy and general anxiety treatment. They include anxiety Therapists, anxiety psychologists in Denver, anxiety psychotherapists and Denver anxiety counselors. They can help with anxiety disorders, social anxiety, anxiety attacks, shyness, social anxiety in Denver, anxiety depression and anxiety panic. They can help with Denver anxiety , anxiety counseling in Denver or counseling for anxiety and overcoming anxiety. Anxiety specialists who provide anxiety therapy in Denver may help you with anxiety in Denver.

If your anxiety can be better explained as a feeling of fear and you're looking for help with fear in Denver, these Therapists provide fear therapy and treatment for fear disorders, social fear and fear attacks in Denver. They provide fear treatment, fear counseling in Denver or counseling for fear and overcoming fear. They can help with fear of flying, fear of commitment, insecurity and coping with fear.

Anxiety is often expressed as phobia. For help with phobia in Denver or for a Denver phobia Therapist these Therapists provide phobia therapy, including exposure therapy, and phobia counseling. There are many defined phobias include agoraphobia, which are attacks of intense fear and anxiety often in places where it is hard to escape (also claustrophobia), social phobia and emetophobia (vomiting).

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.