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Cigna Therapists in Denver

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.
Cigna
(720) 583-8711
Denver, Colorado 80206
Marne Wine, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a licensed professional counselor and AASECT certified sex therapist, specializing in individual and couples counseling. Although I work with a variety of issues, my primary emphasis is on relationship enhancement and sexual health. I work with both men and women. Currently, my schedule is very full. If you can be flexible with days of the week and time of day, I will work to find a spot for you. Give me a call: 720.234.9058, or email me at: marnewine@btid.com, and we'll see when we can get you started.
Cigna
(720) 439-6544
Denver, Colorado 80246
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.
Cigna
(303) 900-5397
Denver, Colorado 80220
William K Dixon, Psychologist  in Denver
“Active Listening. We can work together in the process of making sense out of the concerns and struggles you face and finding opportunities for change in positive directions. Our interactions can help you create and strengthen hope, understanding and transformations in your life. I have been a psychologist for over 30 years and offer a caring, reasonable and hopeful approach, matched to your concerns and needs. We can focus our efforts together to facilitate healthy changes, improved moods and more satisfying interactions.
Cigna
(303) 900-5379
Denver, Colorado 80246
Women's Counseling Center of Denver, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Are you struggling with low self-esteem, problems in your relationships or issues related to commitment or trust? I can help! With over 20 years experience in mental health, I specialize in helping women increase their self-confidence and relationship satisfaction. Women seek relationshps as a way to connect and feel supported. There is a direct correlation between the number of satisfying relationships a women has and her level of happiness. Even with the best of intentions though, relationships can get off-track - whether with parents, your children, co-workers, friends or significant other.
Cigna
(404) 865-1128
Denver, Colorado 80220
Kyle B Kelly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CPT, EMDR, II
“I strongly believe that my clients have the innate tools and inner resiliency required to overcome any life stressors, traumas, and challenges that come their way. I am honored to have the opportunity, as a therapist, to sit with children, teenagers, and families as a witness to each person's unique story. I feel that my job as a therapist is to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment where healing, affirmation, exploration, and growth may occur. I look forward to going on this journey with you and your family.
Cigna
(720) 388-1129
Denver, Colorado 80211
Melissa Saltness, Counselor  in Denver
“I can help you deal with any issue through the use of transformative experiential techniques that help enlighten my clients and heighten their awareness, thereby changing their perception of themselves, others, and their environment. I use a solution-focused approach.
Cigna
(720) 439-8933
Denver, Colorado 80224
The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver, LLC specializes in providing therapeutic support to children, adolscents and families in a supportive, non-judgemental enviroment. As a therapist, I focus on helping families identify goals to improve their quality of life and make sustainble change.
Cigna
(720) 399-1321
Denver, Colorado 80237
Karen Anderson Fagan, Counselor  in Denver
“Clients sometimes look at me sideways and say things like “you’re not like other therapists …” One person used the word “unorthodox.” My style is down-to-earth and straightforward, with a side of laughter and a box of kleenex. You come to me with a specific problem, and hire me to help you fix it as quickly as possible. I take that job seriously, and consider us partners. I've read the books and know the techniques, but you're the expert on what works for you. I'm your toughest coach and biggest cheerleader all rolled into one.
Cigna
(303) 536-5453
Denver, Colorado 80224
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.
Cigna
(303) 732-6736
Denver, Colorado 80205
Debi Brooks, Counselor  in Denver
“You might be asking yourself, "Is counseling something I need?" Everybody, at certain times in their lives needs outside, unbias perspective. Counseling is a powerful resource in dealing with hurts, trauma's, important life decisions, confusing relationships, you name it. No matter what it is, you deserve to have someone walk with you in this difficult journey called, "Life." It is my belief that we are made up of mind, body and spirit. Take care of your mental well being by becoming the best you, you can be.
Cigna
(303) 647-4063
Denver, Colorado 80211
Sue Torfin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
“I work with people in either a therapy or coaching capacity. Clients are able to make significant personal and relationship changes through the trusting relationship that I foster and the skills I have to motivate change. In out initial evaluations, we consider the client’s family-of-origin and any traumatic events, any mental health challenges like depression or anxiety, current life challenges and relationships, as well as drug an alcohol use. I offer EMDR as a treatment modality especially effective in trauma recovery. I also offer a coaching group to promote advanced development for the already successful client.
Cigna
(720) 248-8913
Denver, Colorado 80211
Florian Ezui, Counselor  in Denver
“"Welcome" I approach therapy as an art rather than a science by focusing on you to meet your unique needs. My goal in therapy is to help you foster a healthier understanding of yourself and your emotional state. It's my duty as your therapist to provide a compassionate, non-judgmental space where you feel free to express yourself. I have an extensive experience working with people from culturally diverse background and from all ages.
Cigna
(720) 465-8996
Denver, Colorado 80219
“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.
Cigna
(303) 900-5411
Denver, Colorado 80224
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.
Cigna
(303) 951-4783
Denver, Colorado 80202
Julia White, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Congratulations for having the courage to search for help navigating your emotional life. Making that first call is often the hardest step. I am a licensed clinical social worker who works with a variety of clients dealing with emotional and relational challenges. Some are dealing with anxiety, phobias or depression that they don't completely understand. Others are having relationship problems with a significant other or family member. Many people would like to have more satisfying connections with others in their lives. Some of the clients I work with have addiction issues which serve to temporarily cover up the pain or emptiness they are feeling.
Cigna
(720) 863-6215
Denver, Colorado 80224
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.
Cigna
(303) 835-9240
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kristy Summers LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“And the day came when the pain of holding on became far greater then the pain of letting go. Do you pick people who have serious problems? Is your marriage stuck? The origin of our relationship problems stem back to our childhood where we did not get the emotional equipment to have healthy relationships. For 30 years I have helped people regain the skills needed to have a loving partnership. The most important part of having a healthy relationship is first having one with your self. Unresolved trust, abuse and abandonment issues can sabotage them.
Cigna
(786) 574-3229
Denver, Colorado 80224
Gratia Meyer, Psychologist  in Denver
“Within the framework of psychotherapy, our first challenge is to discover and embrace our authentic self and gifts. Our second challenge is to apply this awareness in healing early attaching experiences and transforming our childhood and adolescent experiences. With this knowledge we will learn how your present perceptions have influenced your relationships and family. Together we will transform painful developmental attachment patterns and ease the suffering caused by chronic illness, depression, anxiety and/or posttraumatic stress. With insight, empathy and compassion we will transform your present suffering.
Cigna
(303) 779-5232
Denver, Colorado 80231
Connie Cory, MA, LPC, Counselor  in Denver
“For over 20 years, I have supported hundreds of clients during the losses, challenges and changes in their lives. I also worked in the corporate world for years which gives me a unique perspective. If you are feeling lost, overwhelmed or stuck right now, personally or professionally, we can work together to uncover the answers for you. With solid support In a safe, caring and confidential environment, amazing insight and change can happen.
Cigna
(303) 872-4244
Denver, Colorado 80209
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