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Therapists in Colorado Springs

“As a former Army psychologist I specialize in military issues including PTSD, family therapy, and children of military families. I am trained in neuropsychology which means I also specialize in brain trauma and its complications.
(719) 207-8378
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80904
Serena Nicole Dabney,   in Colorado Springs
“Individuals who have suffered from trauma have always been my primary clients, I have a great deal of training in treating trauma related issues. I also have proficient experience working with children and teens who have mental and emotional issues, as well as maladaptive behavior problems. I am also trained to treat a variety of mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, and eating disorders; as well as treat individuals who do not have a particular mental health issue but would like to learn how to change their thinking and behavior patterns in order to increase their quality of life.
(719) 568-9614
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
Laura Harper, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Being a parent can be overwhelming especially since children do not come with instruction manuals. I am familiar with the struggles facing parents and children in today's face paced world. We want our kids to excel, to be happy and healthy, but all too often "life happens." This can lead us to feeling lost, helpless and not knowing where to turn. I would like the opportunity to help. I have worked in various settings, from schools to community mental health clinics to inpatient psychiatric hospitals.
(303) 747-4378
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Rebecca Brennan, MA,  in Colorado Springs
“Do you have a rebelling teen? Is someone's drug or alcohol use ruinning your life? Are your kids being bullied? Is your marriage hanging on by a very thin thread? I have answers to these problems and have helped several people overcome these issues. Give me a call, I do free phone consultations.
(719) 569-8597
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
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
Autumne Good, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“As a therapist, my goal is to assist you in finding the courage to look inside yourself for the strength to accomplish your goals through the therapeutic process. Change takes time and can be very difficult, especially without direction or a place to start. My role as your therapist is to assist you in finding a starting place, teach life skills, and encourage you to persevere to achieve the changes you desire in your life, within your family, or your relationships with others.
(719) 695-0397
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
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
“My practice is built around offering individual therapy to both the adult and adolescent populations. I feel that therapy can be extremely beneficial in many ways, but particularly in offering an opportunity to look at life experiences and difficulties within a context that emphasizes a strong, appropriate, and trusting relationship between client and therapist. My goal always within this relationship is to help clients come to a greater understanding of themselves and the underlying (and usually not obvious or even consciously connected) reasons behind actions and decisions, which then leads to positive and beneficial change.
(415) 323-5760
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80904
Beverly R Saller, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I love working with women, men, teens and children with ADHD, anxiety, grief and loss issues or who are in transitional stages in their lives. I am a client centered, brief solution therapist who engages the client in experiential techniques as we work collaboratively in a safe environment. I also use Deymed neurofeedback to exercise the brain back into balance. You will watch your progress as you train toward optimal brain health! Excellent results in peak performance for athletes, executives who want to be on top of their game consistently and more!
(719) 582-4989
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
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
Amberly Gallagher, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I believe in the power of strong families and will work with you to strengthen your marriage and relationships, improve your parenting skills, help you build positive attachments to your children, and work through all the many issues that arise as a result of your personal relationships. I would be honored to help you build a more rewarding and fulfilling family system or work individually on personal issues and growth. A better life often includes self-growth and better relationships, and I am here to help!
(719) 427-2071
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Kara Zimmerman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, LCPC
“I'm relocating from Wheaton, Illinois to Colorado Springs this September. I'm passionate about shepherding people through difficult times, providing support; helping people grow. Seeking help through counseling is a sign of strength and hope; we all need help at various times in our lives, and I'm honored to be able to use my gifts and skills to help people find hope, healing, understanding, compassion, and empathy, as well as practical tools to make a difference in your life and future. My approach is supportive, practical, and relational with an emphasis on hope and the strengths.
(630) 733-1217
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
J. Blair Cano, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I take a holistic approach to mental health care, and understand that life and individuals are complex. The relationship between therapist and client is the driving force for change; therefore my number one goal is to build a strong and supportive alliance. In addition to psychotherapy, I routinely use neurofeedback to facilitate changes in the brain that allow a client to heal more quickly. I welcome the opportunity to get to know you and walk with you on your journey to improved mental and overall health.
(719) 422-4502
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
Christy Sorden, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I am a dedicated counselor who strives to help individuals meet their personal goals. Many people experience problems throughout their lives where they feel stuck and helpless. Such problems may surround a person's personal, social, educational, professional, and/or financial well being. Utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, choice theory, EMDR , and solution focused therapy, people can discuss issues openly in a safe confidential environment. I believe that counseling can help people achieve their goals and regain the happiness within their lives. I provide individual, couples, family, and group counseling services. I work with people of all ages including children, adolescents, and adults.
(719) 225-2679
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
Susan C Peach, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MS, LPC, NCC, BCPC, BCIM
“Sometimes life can be a struggle. I can help. Whether it's conflict in an important family, work or social relationship, adjustment to a new life circumstance, or managing anxiety, depression or anger, my experience and expertise can assist you in finding happier times again.
(719) 225-2493
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80919
A Welcomed Change, LLC,   in Colorado Springs
“My name is Angela Murphy, I am a National Board Certified Counselor and I am passionate and committed to helping people achieve their goals. If you have recognized or sensed that a change is needed in order for you to live your best life, I am willing to assist. These changes might include dealing with your relationships, decreasing your anxiety or depression, or other concerns. I will help you explore the underlying causes, increase awareness, and identify ways to produce positive changes at your pace.
(719) 285-4156
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
Matt Thelen, Psychologist  in Colorado Springs
“I am a licensed psychologist who specializes in existential psychotherapy. I strive to listen deeply to your thoughts and emotions so that I can identify points of conflict and develop solutions. I provide psychotherapy for a variety of psychological conditions including depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, sexuality, and divorce. In addition, I provide existential psychotherapy for life-transitions, personal growth, relationship issues, and athletic performance. I value all dimensions of human diversity and I am an ally to the LGBT community. I work with adults and teens. I enjoy working with individuals from rural communities.
(719) 639-2942
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Puddi Kullberg, Jungian Analyst  in Colorado Springs
“Emotional pain manifests itself in various ways - anxiety, depression, ambivalence, repetitive unhealthy choices, addictive behaviors, physical symptoms. All are grist for the mill of psychotherapy. Also, sometimes we come to impasses, dilemmas in our work, career, relationships, sexuality, spiritual orientations. Therapy can be a safe place to sort these things out.
(719) 203-2677
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80905
Amy Sutton, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I view counseling as a partnership that involves active, ongoing work. Instead of adhering strictly to one approach, I take into consideration the uniqueness and individuality of the client. Relevant therapeutic methods are adapted and integrated to create a holistic treatment plan that best serves the client's needs. Throughout our sessions, I am committed to supporting, challenging, encouraging, and empowering you. My desire is to assist you in realizing your purpose and potential. Restore the balance, hope and desire in your life. Don't just survive, THRIVE.
(719) 494-5781
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Ron Kaufmann, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Specializing in men and marriages, I have effective and affordable techniques for recovery from Sex Addiction and Intimacy Anorexia. Individual short term therapy, combined with focused group sessions have given me the opportunity to serve more than 1000 men. I offer sessions in person, on the phone plus remote computer sessions. Certified Sex-Addiction and Intimacy Anorexia Recovery Therapist.
(719) 568-9281
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
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