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Therapists in Denver

Flourish Counseling & Coaching, Counselor  in Denver
“Flourish Counseling & Coaching is a highly reputable practice that specializes in strengthening adults & the relationships they value most: COUPLES who feel stuck, frustrated or worried about the future of their relationship. ADULTS who are stressed out, depressed, or faced with challenging relationships. EMDR for individuals healing from disturbing life events. And CHILD & FAMILY THERAPY to empower parents & increase harmony at home. We also offer LIFE COACHING to adults who are ready to fulfill their full potential.
(303) 455-3767 x1
Denver, Colorado 80211
Neal Brugman, Psychologist  in Denver
“Are you a young adult struggling with the emotional issues of independence, committed relationships, and life direction? Do you feel stuck, anxious, or lost? I specialize in helping young adults work through depression, anxiety, and confusion so they can achieve the relationships, careers, and lives they want. Drawing on my extensive experience working in college counseling centers and other clinical settings, I can help you feel better, clarify your values and purpose, and approach your challenges from a new perspective.
(720) 924-4980
Denver, Colorado 80210
Integrative Therapeutic Solutions, Psychologist  in Denver
“Are you in your twenties? Does life feel unmanageable? Overwhelmed by anxiety, depression, self doubt, or the direction of your life? We're here to help! Contact Us Today for a FREE ONE HOUR CONSULT! Like many people in their twenties, you may be wondering what to do with your life. Your twenties can leave you feeling STUCK, ANXIOUS & DEPRESSED. If your emotions or concerns about your future seem to be getting the best of you, give us a call! One of our clinicians will be happy to help.
(303) 388-8144
Denver, Colorado 80218
Daniel A Jaynes, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe in a collaborative healing approach. Together, we identify areas of concern and develop strategies for change. I also believe in exploring the underlying causes of our struggles. My approach is varied, taking and blending techniques from a variety of sources, rather than relying on a single system of intervention. I strive to create a safe environment for my clients to explore their world in an authentic way.
(720) 675-7708
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kristen R Morrison, Psychologist  in Denver
“Change starts with being truly heard, understood, and validated - but this is only one part of what makes therapy powerful. That's why I'm not a therapist who "just listens and nods." There are many techniques, tools and concepts that can help you - and my role is to share these ideas, build on your strengths, and increase your self-awareness so that you can transform your life. My goal is to help you not need me anymore, in the most effective and efficient way possible.
(303) 625-6394
Denver, Colorado 80222
Josh Kaplan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Major life changes, issues from our past, current stressors and even our own genes have a way of affecting our moods, behaviors, and relationships. We may notice these changes in ourselves, or friends and family members may notice these changes in us. When our own attempts to cope and resolve these issues are ineffective, it may be time to seek professional therapy. I have helped individuals overcome and manage many distressing thoughts, emotions and behaviors. Common complaints include depression, anxiety, low self esteem, abuse/trauma, panic, relationship issues, anger, stress, interpersonal conflict, moodiness, grief/loss, and major life stressors.
(303) 562-1050
Denver, Colorado 80206
Alyson L Hatten, Counselor  in Denver
“My practice serves children, adolescents, and the adults important in their lives. I use evidence-based approaches when working with children individually, alongside caregivers, or in groups. I am here to support parents in their parenting journey and to support children and adolescents as they grow, develop, and face life's challenges.
(303) 848-2353
Denver, Colorado 80210
Lehala Isaacson, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that therapy provides an opportunity for a better life. Therapy to me is a collaborative process and in a safe nonjudgmental, empathetic environment people are able to reach their full potential. Therapy provides a chance to gain awareness into underlying issues that may be causing one to feel out of balance. It also provides motivation to change areas of your life that you do not feel are working and insight into your personal strengths. By taking on this opportunity you can heal from past trauma and experience improved self-esteem to achieve the life that you want.
(720) 279-8116
Denver, Colorado 80231
J Delaine Taylor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSW, LCSW
“I am able to work successfully with clients who arrive in my office with a diverse variety of reasons for seeking psychotherapy. No matter the situation or circumstances, motivations for seeking therapy, I can help assist in your search for bliss and help you on your journey to healing. We each have the ability to journey from being stuck to unstuck; from feeling trapped to feeling free; from compromising our values to creating a life with integrity; from being preoccupied in thoughts from the past to creating a life in the present.
(720) 336-5899
Denver, Colorado 80222
Christopher Loeffler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“A "foray" is an adventure into the unknown. I guide individuals and couples seeking deep connection and relational intimacy into EMOTIONAL COURAGE. You discover the will and ability to face and name feelings - that fuel thinking - rather than acting them out. Picture men reduced to anger or withdrawal. Women struggling to break through and feel heard. Teens overwhelmed with emotions they can't sort out. Parents estranged from children. People trapped in addictions. Couples unable to "communicate." Feelings are the "palette of the heart." For 30 years, I've taught people to identify and express a full range of feelings.
(303) 720-7399
Denver, Colorado 80203
Shannon Connery, Psychologist  in Denver
“Are feelings of fear, anxiety, grief or anger getting in the way of living the life you want? Has an experience or trauma or loss overwhelmed you? During difficult times, people sometimes need support and additional skills to get back to a life they want.
(303) 900-7089
Denver, Colorado 80220
Beth Vagle,   in Denver
“As an ADHD coach, I specialize in working with adults, including executives, creative professionals, graduate students, small business owners and parents. Using a strength-based, collaborative approach, I help them to build new habits and daily routines that address a range of issues, including organization and planning, time management, procrastination and wellness. Non-ADHD clients seeking coaching in these areas are also welcome.
(303) 647-4126
Denver, Colorado 80230
Heather Bosler Carroll, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize in working with children/adolescents/young adults with developmental disabilities and/or cognitive impairments. My goal is to help indiviudals and their families make connections between difficult behaviors and their underlying causes, and to find interventions that work well for the family. I believe that assessing and identifying strengths in both the client and the family is just as important as identifying the problems.
(303) 351-5886
Denver, Colorado 80224
Robyn Chauvin, Counselor  in Denver
“Transformation only happens in relationship. The absence of a relational home for transformation generally leads to superficial temporary changes. We make ourselves stuck by building walls of protection around us, which probably made perfect sense at the time. However, walls of protection eventually become walls of constriction. These walls lead us to the illusion of having no choices in our situation, to the belief that life is happening to us, instead of what is true, that we are living our lives and making choices of how we live life.
(720) 841-1836
Denver, Colorado 80206
Josh Medley, Counselor  in Denver
“Life difficulties can be challenging - but very positive outcomes can come from facing them. Transformation and healing truly do happen. They come from new experiences and insights, and getting support to try new behaviors in a supportive context. The wholeness of you is capable, unafraid, dynamic and alive - as you get more deeply in touch with your wholeness, things move. Compassion, understanding, and new growth arise.
(720) 608-4552
Denver, Colorado 80211
Emily Duhaime, Counselor  in Denver
“Therapy is a journey into the soul -- a way to reach in, explore it's terrain and carry what we discover back into our everyday lives. To facilitate this exploration I use traditional psychotherapy as well as art therapy and elements of ritual in my work with children, adolescents and adults.
(303) 900-7136
Denver, Colorado 80211
Eva Szucs, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you are struggling with bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, panic disorder, grief and loss related issues, or have been involved in unhealthy relationships and wish to develop the skills to maintain healthy relationships, contact me. Through a combination of therapeutic techniques, I will help you gain insight into your current problems and past experiences, and will work with you on developing new skills to manage life's stressors.
(720) 549-9983
Denver, Colorado 80222
Richard F Spiegle, Psychologist  in Denver
“My training for my doctorate was in child and family clinical practice and I obtained post-doctoral training in forensic psychology. In addition to my clinical and forensic practice, I have provided consultation services in such settings as Head Start, Federal Corrections, and Child Protection Services and for agencies serving the developmentally disabled. A large part of my practice has always included providing psychotherapy for children, adolescents, couples, and families. I have lived in Colorado for over 35 years. I have been married for over 30 years and have seven children.
(303) 732-6812 x1
Denver, Colorado 80246
Courtney Alberts, Counselor  in Denver
“Is your child's reaction to a major life change such as divorce concerning you? Does supporting your child through divorce seem overwhelming when you yourself are struggling? Are you confused with how to respond to your child's behavior? The struggles children have after life transitions can often be written off as normal, and part of adapting to change. In actuality, in response to stress, children often develop maladaptive coping skills that can follow them throughout their life. My passion is helping children through their difficulties so that they gain the awareness and tools needed for a healthy future.
(720) 943-7200
Denver, Colorado 80210
Christina Bokenkamp Hruby, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that in using insight oriented therapy, the individual develops a greater capacity to understand and work through their struggles. Vitality Counseling's empowerment model allows the individual to take greater ownership of their struggle and in doing so identify ways to regain control of ones life. Through the empowerment model, I will help you to identify your current internal conflict and/or stressors, bring greater awareness to how these struggles and choices are impeding ongoing growth and support you in the journey of making difficult changes and accepting different outcomes.
(720) 440-7662
Denver, Colorado 80222
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