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Rising Hope Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Choosing the right therapist can be challenging. I provide a free 30-min consultation for anyone interested in my services. I have experience handling many issues. I join in your process and help find the personal solutions that work best for you. I appreciate open clients as well as clients who may be ambivalent about change and need a nonjudgmental person to help sort options out to create positive, lasting changes. The therapeutic relationship is the essential building block for your success and my goal is to empower and challenge you to find your true, happy self.
(970) 279-4428
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Joshua Emery, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Although I work with a broad range of clients and subjects my passion and experience are best suited for marriage, parenting, young men and adolescent boys. Because of my age and experience I can connect effectively with both parent and child in a way that brings the whole family closer together.
(970) 579-0929
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Rachel Bedard, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“Anxious, depressed, difficulty concentrating? Got stress? Want more success? Feel better! From home or school problems to problems at work, we can work together to address the concerns that you have. By examining what is working well in your life and taking a careful look at problem areas, we can put together a plan to resolve your concerns. I tend to use humor, rewards, and direct feedback to promote change. I am trained to work with young children through adulthood and really enjoy the opportunity to help others make the changes they desire.
(970) 673-9272
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Caroline Schumacher, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Welcome to Restoration Therapy. My name is Caroline Schumacher and I am a licensed professional counselor. I specialize in working with children, adolescents and adults overcoming major life events. I work from a systemic, strength based model and believe that the most powerful way to achieve change is to work as a team. I partner with clients (and/or their parents, in case of minor clients) to set and evaluate therapeutic goals. I have a background in working with children and families recovering from trauma and abuse; and have specific training in EMDR and play therapy.
(970) 300-1270
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Diana M Houghton Whiting  in Fort Collins
“I have worked with trauma survivors concentrating in combat veterans, domestic violence, and sexual assault. I trained as a therapist for two years at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
(970) 704-5127 x6
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Counseling Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
“Life sometimes becomes difficult and we need guidance through those times. Relationships, both with ourselves as well as others, can be trying, but with support the difficulties can be problem solved and successfully overcome. My clients and I work together to develop an individualized treatment plan that is suited just for them. This includes addiction, relationship, depression, and behavioral issues.
(970) 460-6116
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Michele Faris, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“"Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing we will ever do." These words by Brene Brown articulate my approach to therapy and to life. I've been a practitioner for over 30 years and I've seen the practice of psychotherapy grow and change with new discoveries in neuroscience and human behavior. My job is to figure out what works best for you. Together, we will engage in compassionate problem solving. I want to know your story. I welcome adults and older adolescents with a wide range of issues - depression, anxiety and life transitions.
(970) 281-5901
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
A Conscious Path Counseling, LLC, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma or a chronic health condition? We can help! We aim to provide effective, whole person, wellness therapy that promotes balance in mind, body, and spirit, so you can reach your highest potential. We take a strengths based approach, and strive to bring kindness, creativity, encouragement, and humor to the therapeutic relationship, and value helping others really thrive in their lives. We offer a caring, understanding environment to explore your concerns and motivations, and will collaborate with you to develop creative solutions for change, leading to greater meaning, purpose, and satisfaction in your life.
(970) 366-3360
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Fran Marmor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I understand that choosing a therapist can be overwhelming. With a positive attitude, sensitivity, and sense of humor, I will work closely with you to get your life or relationship back on track. No issue is too small or too big, and I truly believe that things can improve with hard work. I've helped with depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, anger, etc. I work with individuals of all ages, as well as couples and families, and those who are skeptical about whether counseling can help are definitely welcome. I know therapy truly makes a difference if people are willing to try!
(970) 331-0480
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Mary Beth Freeman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Collins
“I view counseling as a dynamic process between a client and therapist. My theoretical orientation is dependent upon what would be most appropriate for the client. I view each client as unique and I use techniques that are designed to meet that client's specific needs. I listen carefully to my clients so that I can empower, confront when appropriate, teach, encourage, and guide them so they can grow emotionally, spiritually, psychologically and socially. I respect the clients I work with. I want people to participate in a healing process without fear that they will be judged or coerced.
(970) 785-7321
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Tracy Hunzeker, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you suffer from an eating disorder, mood disorder, an addiction problem or have experienced a trauma? Are you feeling overwhelmed, anxious, depressed or struggling with relationship issues?
(970) 387-8909
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
Beth O'Brien, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“Do you want to live a happier, healthier, well-balanced life? As a Licensed Psychologist and Fort Collins yoga teacher, I work with adults and couples to facilitate individual and couple wellness. I assist clients in developing their strengths and finding tools to cope with challenging issues. My approach is active, warm and integrative of several therapeutic approaches, including Cognitive-Behavioral, Psychodynamic and Interpersonal. I am also trained in and actively use EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing).
(970) 458-4403
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Michael J. Daine, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“My approach, grounded in modern analytical psychology, is an organic process designed to help you understand and align with your true inner nature. My highly individualized work provides you with an opportunity to finally understand yourself so you can grow beyond repetitive self-destructive patterns and feel truly alive - maybe for the first time. Clients describe me as thoughtful, challenging, caring, and fun! For clients dealing with addictions, my experience and training allows me to integrate recovery programs with psychodynamic, systemic and other approaches creating growth that continues long after our work together is complete.
(970) 510-0940
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Annah J. Schnaitter, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Are you ready to make some changes in your life? I believe everyone has within them the ability to be who they truly want to be. The world we live in makes being that person difficult at times because you are not often given a chance to focus on yourselves and openly discuss the challenges you face. I think if you are afforded the opportunity to be empowered and given the time to channel your energy into what is important, tremendous growth can be made.
(970) 300-5180
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Colorado Couples Center, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“OFFICES IN DENVER AND FORT COLLINS. From couples wanting a better connection, to those trying to overcome infidelity and other relationship injuries, I will, in a non-judgemental compassionate manner, help you learn a more authentic way of communicating that can result in increased intimacy and stronger bonds that continue improving well beyond the end of therapy. My method of couples treatment is Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT). A short term structured approach, EFT is extensively researched with studies showing 70% to 75% of couples move from distress to recovery, often accompanied by decreased symptoms of other mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
(970) 535-2246
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
“Welcome to my website. My name is Julia Landis and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults in many settings and I have successfully treated a wide range of problems and concerns that arise in the field of mental health. I have worked as a therapist for more than twenty-five years and have provided individual, family, and couples counseling. I have worked with children and adolescents and their divorced parents experiencing difficulty due to parental loss and divorce. Early in my career I helped young adults change self-destructive behaviors including , substance abuse, and eating disorders.
(970) 672-1800
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Amani Mediation and Counseling Services LLC, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“My name is Jill Cantor Lee and I am passionate about empowering children, families, and individuals. I practice equine (horse) assisted psychotherapy, and conventional office therapy, I am also a family and divorce mediator, and parent coordinator. My practice focuses on building peace in individuals, families and schools. I work with divorce and other relationship issues,depression, anxiety, and trauma. I practice brainspotting (similar to EMDR) andI strongly believe in empowering my clients by helping them find and utilize their own internal wisdom. I love working with people from all different cultures, and children at risk.
(970) 315-3156
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Anca Niculae, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“Schedule your session today! My therapy is focused on getting to know each individual in the room and developing the best ways to understand, support, guide and nurture their healing journey. I am interested in creating an atmosphere that encourages the self discovery, processing and growth you're seeking. I enjoy working with individuals of all ages, couples, parents, adolescents, and families. I use a holistic approach and I focus on exploring all areas involved in your lifestyle, including issues in your social life, nutritional and exercise needs, love, relationship and sexual desires, and spiritual explorations. I am your unconditional, supportive journey partner!
(970) 344-6154
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Sarah Carlson, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“My goal is to provide clients caring, concrete, and practical answers using proven-effective treatment options. I feel strongly that clients should be a collaborator in their treatment and see improvements quickly. Parents with children who have behavioral problems are often exhausted and at the end of their rope. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy provides quick solutions and reduces parental stress. I have spent many years studying and practicing PCIT and the marital therapy of Dr. John Gottman and apply these along with my own life experiences to the work I do with families and couples.
(970) 716-1810
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Christina Haxton, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Do you feel unmotivated, worried or sad? Have difficulty focusing or getting organized? Need practical tools to quickly resolve conflict in your personal or professional relationships? Are you facing a life transition (i.e., health issues, divorce, career change, job loss) or feeling generally dissatisfied and unhappy and are ready for a change but not sure what to do next? I offer a refreshing solution-focused, strength-based approach so you can discover solutions to these challenging problems.
(970) 387-8935
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
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