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Therapists in Greeley

Mile High Hypnosis,   in Greeley
“Studies prove, nothing is more powerful than hypnosis to help you stop smoking, but we can also help with weight issues, physical performance, in and out of the bedroom, and even medical issues like bruxism, stress reduction therapy, pain management and even end of life decisions like a comfortable hospice. Results from a recent Comparative Study by American Health Magazine: Psychoanalysis - 38% recovery after 600 sessions. Behavioral Therapy - 72% recovery after 22 sessions. Hypnotherapy - 93% recovery after 6 sessions.
(970) 366-3857
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Darcie Moseley, Counselor  in Greeley
“No one knows you better than you know yourself. This fundamental truth is the starting point for my approach to therapy. My job as a therapist is to come along side you, as the expert about yourself, on your journey of remembering, discovering and living into the fullness of who you are. I'll ask questions to bring you into awareness and act as a sounding board for thoughts you never dared utter. I'll help you to equip yourself with the skills and knowledge you need on your path to healing and wholeness.
(970) 283-3106
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Sj Purcell, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Greeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am an experienced licensed therapist. I have dedicated my career to instilling hope and healing in the lives of children, teens, families, couples and adults who have experienced difficult or traumatic experiences and/or difficulty with interpersonal relationships. I believe that everyone has the ability to heal from their experiences and grow stronger through the process. I enjoy integrating Christian faith into the therapeutic process when requested.
(720) 606-2743
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Nancy Innis, Counselor  in Greeley
“Much of Nancy's approach to emotional and mental healing are in this quote: Face the Worst, Believe the Best, Do the Most, Leave the Rest. Her goal is to help her clients achieve happiness and peace.
(817) 533-4152
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Nathan Swisher, Psychologist  in Greeley
“Therapeutic change may take form in discovering personal insights, adopting new behaviors or thinking patterns, strengthening attachment bonds with loved ones, improving communication skills, and many more. My approach is collaborative and strength-based, and it would be my pleasure to work with you. I am a licensed psychologist in Greeley, Colorado and assist my clients with a range of relationship-, mood-, and anxiety-related issues. Please visit my site or call me today for a free phone consult and I would be happy to speak with you!
(970) 744-6019
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Chelsey Mcmanus, Counselor  in Greeley
“Welcome to the first step in your healing! We all face life challenges, such as the death of a family member, divorce, growing older, or other circumstances that cause change and can be very difficult. Whether you are facing depression, anxiety, addiction, marital/family problems, or are just in need of some new coping skills, I can offer you support in a discreet, comfortable, and confidential setting. I will help you uncover the root of the problem and use your existing strengths to overcome it. Call for an appointment today and I will see you soon.
(970) 658-2405
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Doug McDowell, Counselor  in Greeley
“For the last fourteen years I have provided services to individuals and couples with a broad range of mental health concerns. I like to avoid placing labels on people and tend to focus on presenting problems. I believe in helping people find their inner strengths and assist individuals in using those strengths to move toward recovery. I have experience in helping those with mood, anxiety, trauma, substance abuse and relationship problems, to supporting those struggling to cope with severe and persistent mental illness or psychotic issues.
(970) 703-4467
Greeley, Colorado 80631
Deanne Helmboldt, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Greeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I have been working in the fields of counseling & ministry since 1991 and my passion has been to help people achieve their greatest potential using counseling, spiritual direction and techniques designed to assist the mind and body work more optimally, creating a renewed sense of health and well being. I have particularly enjoyed working with people desiring to heal and strengthen their marriages, work through life challenges and long term goals as well as discerning direction at times of major life transition.
(970) 279-4659
Greeley, Colorado 80634
“As part of 20+ years in the mental health field, I have had the privilege of working with clients from diverse backgrounds and with complex issues. My practice focuses on mindful daily living and coping skills, to promote insightful, compassionate awareness and a healthy life style.
(970) 284-3247
Greeley, Colorado 80631
Heather A. Schulte, Counselor  in Greeley
“Hello! Congratulations on your decision to get past the roadblocks in your life. I use humor and a positive, reassuring outlook to encourage you as you meet the challenges facing you. I rely on your reactions to refine my understanding of your struggle. My awareness of how people develop individually and in relationships can help guide you as you make changes. I'm looking forward to meeting you. Email me today to see if therapy would be a good fit for you!
(970) 239-1984
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Susan P Bromley, Psychologist  in Greeley
“I consider my clients full partners in our election of optimal healing and growth options. I can use EMDR for trauma, depression and anxiety, and often use hypnosis in pain management including childbirth. General issues such as relationships, phobias, pain disorder and spiritual issues are also welcome. Over forty years in many therapeutic roles - social worker, professor and psychologist I have served in a wide variety of settings, including outreach clinics, hospitals, mental health centers, mental hospitals, universities and private practice groups.
(970) 352-6830
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Jeff Evans, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Greeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, NCC, CACII
“I enjoy working with people who are perplexed by disruptive habits and patterns in their lives, confused by disruptive emotions and behaviors. This can include but is not limited to depression, anger, anxiety, substance abuse, and relational issues. If you long for change and at the same time feel stuck, then you will be a good candidate for my approach to therapy. My approach will help facilitate a compassionate understanding of yourself and illumine a path toward greater freedom.
(970) 427-5111
Greeley, Colorado 80631
Carmen L Haines, Counselor  in Greeley
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CAC, II, LLC
“My passion for counseling comes from a spiritual perspective and a desire to guide people toward wholeness. I have many years of experience working with children and families in various settings, which includes schools, mental health centers, the judicial system, and private practice. This broad range of experience has given me insight into the needs of this community. I work with a broad range of issues: family and parenting, couples and marital counseling, addictions, relationship issues, and mood disorders. I am trained in Trauma Focused CBT and EMDR as tools to work with various traumas, including child sexual abuse.
(970) 673-1722
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Larry P Kerrigan, Psychologist  in Greeley
“I have been a practicing clinical psychologist in Greeley, Colorado since 1975. I received my Doctorate from the California School of Professional Psychology in 1974. I also have Master's Degrees in Theology and Business Economics. I find myself doing family and couples therapy, individual counseling, and working with depression and anxiety especially, but also working with people who have a broad range of problems. Please feel free to call me for a consultation.
(970) 785-7204
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Counseling Center at West Greeley, Treatment Facility  in Greeley
“We all face challenges in life. Life transitions such as death of a family member, divorce, moving into young adulthood or other circumstances that cause change can be difficult. Perhaps you're feeling unable to cope with the demands of work and family. Sometimes we struggle with stress, depression, or anxiety. Friends or family can help, but when you need more than they can provide, we offer help in a discreet, comfortable and confidential setting.
(970) 549-2738
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Rocky Mountain Family Counseling Services LLC, Counselor  in Greeley
“My ideal client is a person that recognizes the need for counseling. I appreciate the fact when a client comes to therapy, he/she is willing to work with me in finding changes in their thoughts and behaviors. He/she also works towards solutions and a healthier way of everyday living. Most of all, my client finds who she/he is in order to understand how he/she is a member in society. In my practice I see my client as an individual with unique situations and I use the appropriate treatment, skills and techniques.
(970) 300-1129
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Nichole T. Miller, Counselor  in Greeley
“Making the initial phone call to seek counseling can be one of the most difficult things to do. I have worked with many clients who initially avoid counseling because of fear, shame, or anxiety around sharing their experience. My hope is to be a safe place to process the ups and downs of life. If you are unsure, be encouraged that you have already taken the first courageous step by looking. By taking the next step, you will find that there is hope on the other side.
(970) 818-5715
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Melody Huskerson, Counselor  in Greeley
“I seek to provide a safe and accepting environment in which my clients can share their particular journey. Together we explore the places that feel stuck or unsatisfying and identify goals for change. It takes courage to move towards healing, growth, and empowerment, and I believe each person has the ability to unearth rich potential when able to face personal challenges with a supportive guide. I enjoy helping individuals and couples thrive and have a particular passion for developing personal identity, healthy relationships, and effective life skills.
(970) 454-7156
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Dawn Jewell, Psychologist  in Greeley
“Many of the patients I work with are reporting concerns related to chronic pain and chronic illnesses. Often times these conditions can lead to symptoms of sleep disturbance, anxiety/worry thoughts, and depression. Additionally, pain can influence one's ability to work, it can impact interpersonal relationships, and most certainly self-concept. My focus is to help with management of pain, life stressors, and mood concerns. I believe in taking a biopsychosocial approach to treatment, meaning patient care incorporates the whole person.
(970) 425-3716
Greeley, Colorado 80634
Kim Mayeda, Counselor  in Greeley
“My approach to therapy is to educate and empower you to find your inner strength so you are able to overcome your current struggles and reach your dreams & goals. I am passionate about people and would love to hear your story and what has impacted you in your journey. I believe you are the expert on your emotions, choices and life. I value you and your experience! I believe there is hope! I am here to walk with you to make the changes needed to get to where you want to be!
(970) 315-4514
Greeley, Colorado 80634

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