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Therapists in Colorado Springs

Leslie Kingman, Psychologist  in Colorado Springs
“I am Leslie Kingman, Ph.D. I do a great deal of trauma work, including sexual abuse work. I work with adopted children and their parents. I also work with depression, anxiety and relationship problems. My strength is my practical approach to finding a means to change ways clients have been stuck in their lives. Often that means understanding how past hurts or trauma have influenced our current attitudes, beliefs and gut-level reactions. Other times it means working on just changing what is happening in the present. I often use EMDR to treat trauma and I am EMDR, level 2 trained.
(719) 422-5325
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Kelly Farber, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My first goal is to honor your decision to come to therapy. I understand that taking the first step in seeking help can be intimidating, and I want you to feel as comfortable as possible by providing a safe, calm, non-judgmental, and confidential atmosphere for us to talk, reflect, laugh, and process. I want to work with you to find solutions that will benefit you in the struggles you're facing, as well as tools that will help you for the long term. I know the Colorado Springs community and can also help you connect with the right resources.
(719) 482-8483
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Jim Sharp, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Are you experiencing grief from a lost or turbulent relationship? Is there grief from a death of a family member, friend or relative? Do you experience unexplained sadness or melancholy? Psychotherapy might be the answer you've been seeking. Depression, Painful Relationships, Anxiety, Living the Dark Night of the Soul, and Worry are often symptoms that a change coming in our lives. These changes are often painful and, if it were possible, they'd be avoided at all costs.
(719) 422-4406
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
William Gates, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“At LifeWise Counseling... We view therapy as a journey of healing and growth. Therapy is helpful to many of us. It is especially helpful for those who are looking to: Learn how to communicate effectively. Increase self-awareness,. Find your inner strength. Enhance relationships, with your partner, children, parents, and more. Work collaboratively with others. Increase self-confidence, self-assurance, and self-esteem. Strengthen coping skills to overcome crisis and significant stressors. Explore your personal goals and areas of growth.
(719) 749-1995
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80917
Sherri Mueller, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Challenges come into our lives in powerful waves and it can become more than we can handle. I realize these challenges can lead to substance abuse, anxiety, depression and conflict in relationships. I can work with you to help you feel more confident to heal and move forward with your life. I want you to have a positive experience with therapy, finding the value in working through life's stressful events, and difficulties, with a therapist who is empathetic and empowering. I have successfully worked with people who feel "stuck" in their present circumstances.
(719) 285-4331
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
Serendipity Center, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I work with individuals, couples and families to help people achieve balance and harmony in all aspects of their lives. I specialize in helping people develop the confidence and skills needed to live an empowered life. I am passionate about helping people achieve joy and purpose in their lives. Building self-esteem and stress management are two areas I tend to focus on, as I have found when people enhance these areas of their life they can handle whatever comes their way.
(303) 900-5732
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Liz Colten, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CACIII
“With almost twenty years experience in El Paso and Teller counties working with individuals, families and groups, I believe that difficulties often bring us to a place of change. Change comes with an assortment of feelings: relief, fear, sometimes both. My personal background is rich in diversity and experience. With unconditional acceptance and compassion for my clients, I am known for my work with a variety of people. We identify the problem and then focus on solutions together. I am a licensed family therapist with level III certification in addictions counseling and experience working with individuals and groups as well.
(719) 362-5905
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Robert E Crouse, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, MFT
“As a marriage, family and child therapist I work with my clients to build a richer more rewarding life. Through a combination of therapeutic techniques, I work on helping you identify limiting beliefs and outmoded coping mechanisms that may be standing in your way. I provide a SAFE and caring environment in which you can identify and explore those issues that may be getting in the way of a more rewarding home life and career, or of a more fulfilling relationship with someone.
(719) 427-2288
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Lindsey Bohlender, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I believe in every person's unlimited potential for growth, change, healing, and happiness. If you are struggling with obstacles to happiness on your journey toward a more comfortable, gratifying way of being in the world, I'm here to support you. As we work together, I will help you explore, understand, and manage your emotions. You will acquire tangible skills to help you build meaning in your life, foster fulfilling relationships, and embrace your individuality.
(720) 863-6686
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
Kenny Dennis, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I provide individual and family therapy that is trauma informed, attachment focused, Spectrum inclusive, and outcomes oriented. I have extensive experience providing therapy in extreme circumstances where traumatic stress and severe behaviors are significant barriers to a positive and hopeful quality of life. My work includes providing therapy for children/adolescents impacted by trauma, including physical and sexual abuse as well as domestic violence, out-of-home placement or at risk of being placed in the juvenile justice system, Asperger's Syndrome, and active-duty military and their families impacted by PTSD and deployment issues.
(719) 428-3473
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
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
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
Jennifer Uzri, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I journey with people who are in relationship with an addict, as well as those who struggle with addiction. I equip clients to engage relationships in a healthy way, regardless of whether or not their partner is healthy. I meet my clients where they are at rather than just following a prescriptive formula. You will leave my office knowing you were understood and with a clear plan for what the next step could be.
(719) 428-2861
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80921
Sam Jolman, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Wherever you go, there you are. Well, yeah, that's obvious enough. Yet, when it comes to the struggles of life, its much harder to admit. Your problems will not go away just by changing jobs, moving away, getting in a new relationship, or rearranging your external circumstances. Even time alone will not heal your heart, make your past or present go away. You need a place to talk through your problems, tell your story, discover the deeper reasons for those struggles. You need a relationship of trust, a healing relationship.
(719) 447-7446
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
Michael Moats, Psychologist  in Colorado Springs
“It has been my experience that the most beautiful sceneries the mountains had to offer never came from paved highways or the groomed backroads. The majestic views that caused me to pause in awe were only visible when I was willing to leave the comfortable and face the challenge of traversing the trails, underbrush, and scree. There were times of darkness, moments of instability, and the reality of occasionally being disoriented. Welcome to life!
(719) 355-8081
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
Recovery Unlimited, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“It is my pleasure to provide low cost chemical dependency therapy to individuals and their families. If you or someone you love has been affected by chemical dependency, please call me for a confidential, face to face, assessment and diagnosis. I am confident in providing a treatment plan based on individuality and the severity of the drug and or alcohol abuse. Each client will spend time learning and integrating basic recovery skills as well as identifying and working through the underlying issues that have encouraged substance abuse.
(719) 344-2109
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80904
Lisa Uzzilia, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Does fear keep you from moving on to a better situation? Do worries keep you up at night? All emotions have a purpose, and sometimes our fear is due to a very real and difficult situation in our lives, or is a gut instinct warning us that something doesn't feel right. Other times, anxiety's a story our brain creates to fill in the gaps. It just feels awful and can be paralyzing, keeping you stuck, unable to make a decision. I'd like to help you get unstuck, by showing you ways to evaluate and manage those fears.
(719) 427-2350
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80917
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
Eric Burton, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I can help! Everybody can benefit from meeting with a counselor and increasing self awareness. Whether you have a specific issue you'd like to explore, or you are just seeking continued personal growth, I can help you toward the freedom you desire. Take the first step and give me a call.
(719) 568-9385
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
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