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Therapists in Colorado Springs

Mourning Glory Counseling, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I call myself a "grief advocate" because I am passionate about helping people whose lives have been forever changed by the death of someone close to them...a child, a parent, a sibling, a spouse, a friend. For the past several years I have walked alongside over a hundred men and women on their journey of grief, sharing tears and joy, learning of their love and memories, watching them move forward with renewed meaning and purpose and HOPE. I would love to walk with you, too, no matter where you are on your journey.
(719) 387-9081
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80923
Beyond Beautiful, PLLC, 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 made 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
Mary MacLean, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“During 20 years in practice as a psychotherapist, my work has focused on guiding children, adolescents, adults and couples through life's challenges. If you have a sincere desire to grow, possess curiosity about yourself and are willing to take emotional risks, there is a likelihood you will benefit from therapy. Together as therapist and client, we will establish a safe, trusting, confidential relationship and explore the issues that are causing difficulty. I see us as a team, coming together in a spirit of respect and non-judgement to discover solutions and new strategies for coping.
(719) 422-5466
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Bill And Janean Fuller,   in Colorado Springs
“CHRISTIAN SEX THERAPY is our specialty! Download our free eBook "SEXUAL INTIMACY: WHY IT'S ESSENTIAL TO YOUR MARRIAGE" on our website, and check out our CLINICAL SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION PROTOCOLS that you can do in the privacy of your own home, or come to Colorado for a counseling intensive where you'll experience CHRISTIAN MIND-BODY WORK along with healing prayer. Mind-body work is remarkably effective for producing lasting change. These Splankna mind-body tools (EMDR, NET, and TFT) are particularly effective with trauma, sexual disorders, depression, anxiety, addictions and phobias and useful for healing trauma that is sub-conscious.
(719) 581-9910
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Shannon Stipe, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I believe that understanding and processing emotions, thoughts, and behaviors, both past and present, can lead to navigating life's challenges more effectively and fully. I offer compassion, training, experience, humor, and understanding to my clients as they strive to overcome their personal challenges, both past and present. My therapeutic intention is to help my clients recognize their individual strengths and resiliency to face their challenges. I work collaboratively with my clients to set realistic goals, develop plans to achieve them, and to celebrate their success.
(719) 427-2287
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Lori Kucharski, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC, AAMFT-A, EMDR
“I am an AAMFT Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor who works with a variety of presenting issues and problems while specializing trauma, PTSD, and EMDR treatment, teens and families, eating disorders, couples, health/weight loss, and spirituality. I believe we are most at peace when we are working towards it with others and are reconciling our past with our present in order to have a better future. I welcome and accept individuals from all backgrounds and walks of life. Change and growth can be uncomfortable, but I want my clients to experience support and success.
(719) 203-7061
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80910
Laura Lichti, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“"Grief is not about learning to let go; it's about learning to hold on in a new way." This is one of my favorite quotes about the process of grief. GentleHope Counseling was designed to provide a partner alongside individuals who are navigating their way through the process of grief. This process can be difficult, but it does not have to be experienced alone. I offer individual, family, and group therapy to assist in this journey; individuals of all ages are welcome.
(719) 553-5894
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Kairos Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families, who are willing to do whatever it takes to improve their well-being. By sharing your concerns, together we can develop a workable solution-focused plan to bring solid changes and make the greatest impact on problem issues. I offer skills and techniques to reduce anxiety/fears, stress, depression, mood changes, and help with relationship communications and the ability to function more resiliently. We will identify triggers, images, thoughts, emotions and sensations that cause difficulties and work to create an optimally healthy mind that functions in a healthy way.
(719) 553-5357
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80917
Heather Campbell, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Now accepting new Clients! I specialize in working with Military Families (Service Members, spouses and youth/children). I also specialize in working with Trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Anxiety and Depression.
(719) 553-5308
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
Brian Holcombe, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, SRT, CFI
“I specialize in working with clients who struggle with addiction issues, infidelity in a relationship, depression, sex issues, intimacy in the marriage, divorce, relationship issues, and grief recovery. Do you wonder why you continue to do destructive things in your life hurting yourself and those around you? Do you fear a loved one is addicted to porn, alcohol, or other addictive substances? Have you been through your spouse cheating on you and you don't know what to do next? Do you want to verify the truth about someone you love? There is hope on your horizon!
(719) 428-3383
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80919
Tara Alexander, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, PC
“Counseling should be a safe place where you can be yourself without being judged. During our sessions, we work together to sift through your concerns so that you can create order and calmness based upon your goals. All clients are different -- some want to be heard, some want feedback and some want specific strategies. Counseling needs to be flexible and find creative answers, since we all think, feel and learn differently.
(719) 428-4444
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Sharon K Compono, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Welcome to Listening Hearts Counseling. I know that making the decision to begin therapy can be difficult, but choosing to do so shows incredible strength and a desire to invest in you. Life is at times a struggle, with moments of darkness, instability, confusion, and fear of where to go. Emotional pain can result from past memories, life transitions, or losses. It manifests itself in various ways -- anxiety, depression, relationship problems, low self-esteem, addictive behaviors, or a pattern of poor choices. You have the power to grow to a place where painful events no longer control your life.
(719) 992-0076
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
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 80905
Streams of Life Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colorado Springs
“Do the following thoughts ever occur to you? I feel that my life is hopeless. I keep making the same mistakes. I'm worried about my teenager. I am having trouble sleeping because there is so much on my mind. I think that I want a divorce. Is live really worth living? I don't love myself, so how can I expect anyone else to? I keep worrying about my life. Are you searching for hope, healing, peace, comfort or direction? At Streams of Life Counseling, you will find help & answers to life's challenges that you are encountering.
(719) 694-3918
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
Karla Rae Ver Meer, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Now in-network with Cigna, Tricare, & Aetna! 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
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
Lori E. Hinze, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I believe in helping my clients to live an empowered life. I have been a therapist for over 13 years. My clients learn how to use coping skills, process their pain, how to be assertive, and how to have boundaries to improve their quality of life. I provide therapy for individuals who need assistance with the following issues: trauma, PTSD, sexual addiction, codependency, EMDR II, family of origin, inner child, fear of intimacy, marital, family, individual, and abuse.
(719) 355-8110
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, DMin, LMFT, CT, CFS, CEAP
“Life often forces us into transitions not of our choosing. Our own personal and professional growth often leads us to other transitions. I work with individuals and couples in constructively addressing the dangers and intentionally claiming the opportunities such transitions present. I have worked extensively with persons dealing with trauma, divorce/remarriage/co-parenting/stepfamily issues, marital and family issues, grief and loss issues, anxiety & depression, anger management and life transitions. I work mostly with adults, couples and assist parents with children's needs. I am comfortable working with persons from diverse cultural, ethnic, racial, religious and sexual orientations.
(719) 482-6978
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
Tracy Jones Kinsley, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Sometimes we need a little extra help in life. As a therapist, I want to assist my clients to be the best version of themself. I believe in helping my clients find accountability and learn what they can and cannot control. I provide a supportive environment for my clients to find solutions to life's issues. No issue is viewed as being too big or small.
(719) 722-3637
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80904
Lindsay Wallace Dougherty, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I have enjoyed working in Colorado Springs as a therapist for the past 20+ years with both individuals and group counseling. We all experience emotional pain, physical pain or a combination of the two at different times in our lives. I use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to establish a collaborative effort with my clients to modify beliefs, assumptions and behaviors with the goal of solving emotional and behavioral problems. This approach is helpful for children, adolescents and adults. It is used to treat (but not limited to) depression, anxiety, stress related disorders and symptoms related to trauma.
(719) 577-4200
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
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