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Therapists in Colorado Springs

Ryan M Smith, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Life gets hard, and at times, even unbearable. Before you do anything rash or make a choice that is life changing ..... counsel first.Develop new perspectives and life skills so that you can free yourself from habitual patterns of anxiety, depression, and self-criticism. Deal with addictive behaviors including substance abuse, relationship issues, gambling and eating disorders, etc. Reclaim your sense of personal power. Learn to take responsibility and move forward in your life rather than feeling stuck, helpless and hopeless.
(801) 679-2761
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Marni Armstrong, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Are you having trouble reaching your goals regarding relationships, career, giving up habits or starting new ones? Have you experienced significant loss: death of a loved one, a job or relationship that ended? Have you suffered trauma, either years ago or more recently? Do you struggle with depression or chronic health problems? Do "nerves" prevent you from doing your best on tests, at work, in sports or the performing arts? If you have concerns in any of these areas, give me a call. I can help you access your own healing power and resources.
(719) 581-9939
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909
Scott Pilcher, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Are you a parent that is frustrated with your child's misbehavior? After working with hundreds of parents, I understand how difficult this can be. Using my 15 years of experience with parents, I will coach you on the best discipline methods to teach children healthy behaviors. I will work with the child to learn different ways of communicating their feelings. This will often reduce their misbehaviors. Parents I have helped, report less frustration and yelling. Parents also experience more positive communications with their children.
(719) 203-7309
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80917
Katherine Robredo, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I AM OUT OF THE OFFICE UNTIL MARCH 2014. As a solution focused therapist since 1981 I have helped thousands of people navigate through life transitions and difficult times. My role as your therapist is to offer support, encouragement, guidance and insight as you learn new life skills to break free from negative emotions and habits. It is easy to get "stuck" when encountering life difficulties. Together we will work on positive goals and changes so that you can live the life you desire. I am committed to helping you create a meaningful and balanced life.
(719) 581-9956
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
Dona Sanders, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I have enjoyed my work here in Colorado Springs with individuals, couples, adolescents and families since 1988. I use a Cognitive Behavioral/ Rational Emotive treatment focus in developing a therapeutic alliance with patients who choose to change their lives through personal growth. This approach teaches changing thoughts to change feelings, proven to be effective in managing mood disorders such as depression and anxiety. My orientation is nonjudgmental and supportive in guiding clients as they establish treatment goals.
(719) 225-2610
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Dana Monroe, Psychologist  in Colorado Springs
“I have over ten years experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. I have specialized training in multiple areas to provide a broad spectrum of treatment. I have expertise working with trauma and PTSD issues. I specialize in working with military personnel. The spectrum of trauma work includes emotional and physical abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence, and combat-related trauma. I work with many clients to improve self-esteem, anger, depression, anxiety, relationships and adjusting to a multitude of life changes. I am a client-centered clinician who works with you to identify, harness and strengthen your unique attributes to overcome the challenges you face.
(303) 963-9272
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
Felicity Taylor, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I know how difficult it can be to ask for help and to be vulnerable. I have found that our greatest growth and healing can often come from honest examination. I am a firm advocate for openness and authenticity in order to make the therapeutic relationship one that is comfortable and honest. I believe it is of the utmost importance to develop self-kindness and self-compassion when on the journey to healing. I want you to have a positive experience with therapy, finding new ways to be empowered and gain confidence while working through life's challenges.
(719) 423-4496
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
Karla Rae Ver Meer, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Education and learning new ideas and skills are significant components of my approach. I am relational and easy to talk to about even the most difficult issues of life. I specialize in treating trauma, depression, anxiety, personality disorders, spiritual concerns, relational issues, and severe mental illnesses, such as bipolar disorder. I am certified in EMDR. I incorporate specific personality assessments that more clearly identify my clients' strengths and areas for growth. I enjoy working with teens, as well as adults, male or female. I love to renew hope when it has been completely lost.
(719) 660-8099
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Jody Tomberlin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Change (v). "to become different without permanently losing one's former characteristics or essence." Whether you are going through a change, or you want to change yourself or your relationships, I can help.
(719) 344-2104
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80904
Pamela M Montgomery, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Are you struggling with the fallout of childhood abuse? Do you have low self-esteem, depression or overwhelming stress? My passion is to come alongside you who long for something more, supporting and guiding you as we discover your individual path to healing and wholeness. There is hope for a better life! Having faced similar life challenges, I have come out the other side a deeper, wiser, freer and more loving person. It would be an honor to accompany you as, together, we gently uncover the roots and heart of the issue ~ wherein lie the answers.
(719) 425-2908
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80919
Lydia M Brown, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I want to acknowledge your courage and strength for beginning this therapeutic process! I specialize in the support of caretakers to increase childhood resiliency through Play Therapy, Infant Massage Education, and Parent Education. I have always had a passion for children and the communities who raise them and it seemed only natural to make children my life's work. This passion has led me to volunteer at international orphanages, facilitate youth sports camps in Hong Kong, and work in the elementary school special education system.
(719) 344-2095
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909
Amanda Atwell, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, CAC-II, MS, CFI, PC
“In a supportive and understanding environment, clients are encouraged to unravel their stories. With support I hope to encourage my clients to take brave steps toward positive growth. The ultimate goal of therapy is positive self-awareness that allows clients to begin living, laughing, and loving themselves and others more freely again.
(719) 749-1957
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
“I am both a board certified family psychiatric nurse practitioner (medication prescribing and management) and a licensed marriage, family, child, and adolescent therapist. I bring a unique focus to my clients because I do therapy as well as manage their medications. I also prescribe and manage medications for clients seeing other therapists.
(719) 428-3430
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80905
Beyond Beautiful LLC, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Working with women is my forte! Women have a core value of relationships and this is how we filter our decisions. Moving, parenting, and other choices are make from this core value. We are the center of the family flower. When we grow and accept ourselves we go Beyond our natural Beauty!
(719) 425-2924
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
Kenneth D Allred, Psychologist  in Colorado Springs
“We all live through stress and trauma that can set us up to work against our self - stress from recent events or stress from an old wound in our heart that never healed. We can develop habits in our behavior and thinking, bad habits that add to our stress and emotional turmoil.
(719) 359-8084
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Robert N Glidewell, Psychologist  in Colorado Springs
“My practice focuses almost exclusively on the assessment and management of sleep problems and dependence on sleeping pills. As a fellow insomniac, night owl, sleep scientist, psychologist, and certified behavioral sleep specialist I bring a unique perspective to managing sleep problems. I know what it is like to suffer from poor sleep and I know how to help you sleep well. I will help you understand your sleep problem and guide you through proven nonmedication cognitive and behavioral strategies. Trouble with sleeping pills? I will collaborate with you and your physician to slowly reduce and eliminate them from your life.
(719) 373-0051
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
Amy L. Bassatt Counseling, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Colorado Springs
“Explore who you are and what you would like to be in the face of life's challenges. My therapeutic intention is to help you recognize opportunities in the present moment, free yourself from the past and make room for the future. We may enjoy life more if we discover, acknowledge and let go of those things that hold us back. Consider therapy as a tool to assist you in removing roadblocks and to learn strategies to cope with difficult times. There are times when life hands us "lemons" and the choice to make lemonade is ours.
(719) 496-2410
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
Becky Parrinella, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“My job as a professional counselor is to help clients navigate life's challenges. This may include dealing with abuses from the past, coping with a difficult medical diagnosis, or facing challenging life transitions such as divorce, death of a loved one, or children leaving "the nest". I have a special interest in helping support caregivers, grief and loss, and dealing with cancer from diagnosis and treatment to survivorship and life changes.
(719) 425-4017
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Tara L Hedman, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Has abuse shattered your heart? Is your hurt and pain a secret? You are not alone. No matter what you've done, or what's been done to you, you deserve a place to be heard and find healing. You need a safe place where your heart is cared for and protected. You don't have to do it alone anymore. There is help. I would be honored to walk with you. Begin your new journey today.
(719) 694-5952
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Sunflower Psychological Services, Psychologist  in Colorado Springs
“My focus is on providing psychotherapy and consultation to adolescents and adults. My mission is to provide quality services to individuals who are motivated to make positive changes in their lives. I help people cope with a variety of mental health concerns (e.g., anxiety, depression, self-esteem), physical health issues (e.g., sleep, eating, stress, chronic pain/illness, caregiving), relationships, and adjustment issues including school/work adjustment, and culture or language challenges. For information about additional services, see my website at
(719) 225-2549
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
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