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Therapists in Colorado Springs

Ray Klein, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Do you feel alone in your marriage? Has the person that you believed was your soul mate become distant, detached and disconnected from you? Have you begun to wonder how much longer you can live this way? There are many things which can cause distance between you and your spouse including substance abuse, pornography, infidelity or a seemingly intentional withholding of emotions affecting intimacy in the relationship. Regardless of the way you arrived at this place, there is hope and healing available for your marriage. You can be restored to your soul mate in a new and vibrant way.
(719) 992-0290
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Shannon McNiece, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Welcome! Are you looking for affordable mental health services? I'm here to help. I believe everyone deserves access to reasonably priced services. I will work with any budget. Send me an email today, or give me a call & we can discuss your needs (email often tends to work faster than playing phone tag) - I am here to help.
(719) 453-1628
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80905
Inner Harmony Therapy Services LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Colorado Springs
“I have over 9 years working with individuals creating a healthy Self. I work with clients struggling to overcome trauma, poor self esteem and limited healthy coping skills, to overcome the challenges of the past to live and strong and heathy present. By facing the challenges of the past, managing anxiety, minimizing negative self talk, or breaking cycles of destruction, we can focus on living a healthy present life. I use Cognitive Behavioral and Solution Focused Therapy, Mindfulness, Relaxation Techniques, EMDR and Reiki. I support natural remedies, Yoga, Meditation, Exercise, Vitamins, Herbs and Energy Work. I respect clients who require medication for optimal mental health.
(719) 297-1719
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
William Hodson, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I have over 28 years of experience in the behavioral health field helping individuals and families sort through life's daily challenges. I am the clinical director of Shadow Mountain Behavioral Health, Colorado Springs. I have 7 therapists that work for me. We work with those seeking help for mental health and/or substance abuse issues. We provide individual, group and couples counseling, and do a significant amount of work with military families. We take most insurances and have a sliding scale cash pay rate for those who do not have insurance. Call us today. We can help!
(719) 344-2150
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
Beverly Gardner, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I want to assist you in becoming the person you'd like to be -- I believe in exploration of choices, the ability to grow, healing, recovery and change that comes because of action. In therapy, I take a holistic approach, meaning involving the mind and body. What can we identify that has prevented you from achieving your goals, whatever they may be? Everyone has strength areas. I want to recognize those with you and identify areas where growth would be beneficial to you. There's no time like the present to begin developing new skills and feeling better!
(719) 694-2989
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
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
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
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
“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
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
Todd Rowe, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Hello! I specialize in families of adolescents with ADHD or behavioral issues and couples or parents with relational conflict. I am an EMDRIA Trained EMDR Practitioner, specializing in unresolved childhood trauma and victims of violence. I believe that by identifying individual strengths, families and individuals may be empowered to grow in a positive direction. My approach to therapy is to be honest and forward, while promoting this in my clients. I look to build an environment free from judgment or negativity in which personal and relational healing may begin. At this time, I do not accept any insurance companies.
(719) 425-2893
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
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
All Inclusive Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colorado Springs
“I enjoy working with individuals, couples and families with a wide range of needs who are willing to do whatever it takes. I welcome you to share your primary concerns and we develop a measurable solution-focused plan to help bring solid change speedily and make the greatest impact on these concerns. I offer skills/techniques to reduce anxiety/stress, improve sleep, mood, communication, and ability to function more resiliently. We identify the triggers, images, thoughts, emotions and sensations that cause difficulties and process them to create an optimally healthy mind that's reorganized in a more helpful way.
(719) 445-8926
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
Paige Kyle, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I understand through personal loss and struggles, the realness of living in a broken world. However, I have also experienced the internal transformation of hope, courage, and wholeness. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, who is trained in EMDR, Neurofeedback, and Play/Art/Music Therapy. I believe in meeting others where they are and walking beside them, especially when challenges, struggles, or lack of hope hinder our ability to live life to the fullest. I make every effort to create a genuine, safe, non-judgmental, relationship with others. Regardless of their spiritual or religious beliefs.
(719) 207-8742
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80919
Shannon Kaufman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“I believe that choosing to begin therapy shows incredible strength and a desire to invest in yourself. As a therapist, I enjoy helping people increase their level of self-awareness because knowing oneself is important in connecting with others. My goal is to help you work through the problems that brought you to therapy and guide you in understanding the personal and environmental influences that might have contributed to your problems. Together we will create a safe and trusting relationship. Ultimately, I believe the therapeutic relationship can benefit you the greatest and provide the most opportunity for healing.
(719) 445-8103
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
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