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Therapists in Denver, CO 80210
University and University Park

Tamara Graff, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Chances are you're looking for a therapist because things are not going well. Maybe you've recently experienced a loss, are in a transition in a relationship, or are struggling with emotions that you don't know what to do with. I can help. And good for you for looking into therapy. It can be an intimidating but life changing and rewarding process. I work with individuals, couples, and families to help navigate difficulties using your strengths so you won't need therapy forever. I meet you where you are to empower you to live whole-heartedly.
(303) 816-3826
Denver, Colorado 80210
Jim Kemp, Psychologist  in Denver
“My focus is relationships: whether you are part of a couple that needs help improving or saving your partnership or an individual trying to make sense of the relationships in your life. As human beings we are, by definition, in relationship to others. I invite you to come and explore with me whether this relationship (the therapy relationship) might be helpful to you in your efforts to get unstuck and find the meaning you long for.
(720) 583-8730
Denver, Colorado 80210
Greg McHugh,   in Denver
“I will listen to your concerns about the issues and themes you want to bring healing to. Then I will help you relax into a deep healing state where you are conscious but aware of the causal trauma of this or a prior life that resides in your soul's memory. Then we shall bring in the presence of the Divine to touch that trauma. This will bring dissolution of both the trauma and the patterns of experience that brought you to see me in the first place. You can find more detail on my work at www.gregmchugh.com.
(303) 622-5669
Denver, Colorado 80210
Claire Polsky, Counselor  in Denver
“I specialize in helping tweens, teens and twentysomethings because I have expertise AND the work is very meaningful for me. This time of life can be confusing and chaotic, but also a time of powerful change and lasting insights. I have helped people with poor self-esteem, alienated family relationships, divorce, unhealthy relationships, anxiety, trauma, loss, grief, isolation, bullying, loneliness, problems with mood, stress management, lack of purpose, meaning, developing communication, coping strategies, academic challenges, body image, impulsive behaviors, career indecision and transitions. For youth I try to involve parents in the counseling process.
(303) 945-3717
Denver, Colorado 80210
Donna Blatchford Tallon, Counselor  in Denver
“Welcome to my site. I offer each client my passion for becoming their best self. I have found my years of experience with counseling individuals with death loss has prepared me to help others with all types of loss in their lives. I find that how one functions in the present has much to do with one's history. I use a client's history as a road map for healing today's issues. I counsel many individuals with histories of grief and loss,trauma, addictions, and relational challenges.
(303) 816-8819
Denver, Colorado 80210
Robin Dee Post, Psychologist  in Denver
“I view psychotherapy as an active, collaborative relationship, involving hard work, humor, and spontaneity. As every person is unique, so is every psychotherapy relationship. Thus my approach to psychotherapy will be tailored to the goals and personal resources you bring with you. The goals may be specific, for instance to decide whether or not to end a relationship, or more global, for example, to help you establish more satisfying relationships. My approach to psychotherapy is flexible and eclectic.
(303) 900-7062
Denver, Colorado 80210
Lena V. Dvoskina, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you afraid of being abandoned? Do you try to avoid being alone? Do you have unstable and intense relationships? Are you often confused about who you are as a person? Do you often feel bored, empty, or in deep emotional pain? Do your emotions and moods change frequently? Don't hesitate to call for help. I have over 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist and specialize in personality issues. I will work with you to tailor a therapy style that is comprehensive and sensitive to your needs.
(720) 381-7491
Denver, Colorado 80210
Christine H Thompson, Counselor  in Denver
“I have been a therapist for over 20 years and enjoy helping clients live to their full potential and to overcome and deal with problems in a confidential and non-judgemental atmosphere. I focus on helping clients learn coping skills, find their strengths and develop healthy boundaries. I look at the importance of communicating effectively so that we can express our needs and feelings with others. I also help clients with anxiety and panic issues learn helpful techniques to deal with their anxiety. My goal is to help you find happiness and live a healthy, balanced lifestyle.
(303) 900-7193
Denver, Colorado 80210
Deborah Bishop, Counselor  in Denver
“"I am committed to the belief that people are inherently resourceful and the experts on their own lives, even on those occasions when they feel overwhelmed and in need of help." Deborah Bishop, LPC, holds a counseling degree from the University of Northern Colorado, with training in individual, child and family counseling. In her practice, Ms. Bishop collaborates with clients to generate solutions to problems with relationships, trauma, depression, and self-esteem and parenting.
(303) 963-9645
Denver, Colorado 80210
Fox Psychological Assessments of Denver (FPAD)  in Denver
“Although Dr. Fox engages in therapy with clients as needed, she primarily evaluates, in a kind and dignified manner, adults & elders who may be experiencing symptoms of dementia; and/or cognitive and psychological symptoms. She makes accurate recommendations after careful assessment of all related factors. Other testing is available upon request, like IQ testing, MMPI-2-RF, Learning Disabilty Battery and cognitive assessments. She also makes herself available to assist other therapists when they need someone to talk with concerning professional matters, or concerning personal issues. As mental health practioners, we need to take care of ourselves.
(303) 647-9273
Denver, Colorado 80210
Phyllis Tainey, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“Psychotherapy can help you to transform your life! In a safe therapeutic environment that allows you to explore your issues, you'll learn how to break old patterns that keep you from experiencing happiness, joy, and success in your life. By addressing the internal factors that keep you from having a healthy emotional relationship with yourself and others, you will develop self-acceptance and positive self-esteem. With consistent understanding, encouragement, and support, you can overcome your problems, work through your issues, and reach your personal goals. Please visit my web-site at denvertherapy.net or bouldertherapy.net.
(303) 720-7852
Denver, Colorado 80210
Tony Miles, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you are gay, lesbian or HIV+, demand a therapist who won't think you're sick, bad, or crazy. If you struggle with even thinking that you are gay, lesbian or HIV+, find someone safe to talk to. Find a therapist who won't need you to explain every detail about what being gay, lesbian or HIV+ even means. If you are struggling with gay, lesbian or HIV+ relationships, find someone to help sort it all out. Many of the clients I work with have entered therapy with concerns like these. There is hope.
(720) 205-9752
Denver, Colorado 80210
Claire Goodis-Baker, Counselor  in Denver
“The ability to be heard and to learn from what one is saying aloud is the basis of good psychotherapy. Being a creative and empathic guide in the process is my focus. I have an interactive and energetic style and believe that much of the healing and clarity clients achieve are a direct result of the healing atmosphere thatI can provide.
(303) 816-8495
Denver, Colorado 80210
Lois Darmstadter, Psychologist  in Denver
“What brings you to my office? The answers to this question are as varied as are the people who seek consultation with me. You may have a problem or disappointment with your health, work, relationships, self-esteem, mood, or body image. People seek consultations with me when, despite being very capable, they have not been able to get their lives on the course that they desire. I believe that the changes you want to accomplish can be brought about by the combination of my skills, your knowledge of yourself, and the strong working relationship that we establish together.
(303) 900-5658
Denver, Colorado 80210
Beth Kelley, Counselor  in Denver
“I work thoughtfully to assist individuals who search for a deeper understanding of self and who want support through various life transitions, loss and relationship issues. If you choose to work with me, you can expect to meet in a comfortable, safe, environment where we will explore your reasons for counseling, develop a plan, and implement strategies for improving coping skills, stress management techniques, and thoughtful problem solving. I will work mindfully, and compassionately to help you confront difficult choices and support you to make the changes necessary for creating balance in your life.
(720) 428-2158
Denver, Colorado 80210
Donna J Follansbee, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist providing individual, family and couples therapy. My special interests are helping teens and young adults find their own paths in life and deal with the social pressures of today;helping couples and families over rough spots so they can support one another and helping men and women of all ages feeel secure and empowered. When the challenge of an illness such as diabetes is added to life, I have a number of tools to share that can help everyone cope with that stress and keep smiling.
(303) 900-7412
Denver, Colorado 80210
Val Stepien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all need someone to do deep listening with us at times, so that we can find our way home to ourselves and to our own inner wisdom, where transformation can occur. It is my honor to accompany you on this journey of self discovery and healing. I use gentle methods such as mind/body awareness, voice dialogue, guided imagery and other modalities to assist you in working through your pain and arriving at that place where you are feeling connected with yourself and others, and able to create the kind of life you truly want.
(720) 414-5896
Denver, Colorado 80210
Jane Davidson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a licensed social worker offering evidence based psychotherapy for families, couples, and individuals. I completed a post graduate certificate training in Couples and Family Therapy from Denver Family Institute. My focus includes relationship issues, parenting issues, post partum concerns, family stressors, trauma related experiences, anxiety, depression, self-injurious behaviors, substance abuse, and child and adolescent behavioral concerns. I will start where you are, help you identify your needs, and together we will work towards a deeper level of change and satisfaction.
(303) 732-6872
Denver, Colorado 80210
Alec Baker, Psychologist  in Denver
“It is my firm belief that all of my clients are striving for health despite having some self-defeating behaviors. My approach focuses on helping clients apply their strengths in order to achieve peak living. Peak living is a state of total engagement that allows for maximum enjoyment of day-to-day life. Everyone experiences ups and downs, but those who achieve peak living enjoy longer and higher peaks with shorter and shallower valleys.
(720) 684-5426
Denver, Colorado 80210
Matthew Mcguire, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LPCC
“Matt has worked with individuals in a one-on-one therapeutic environment. He specializes in issues related to trauma, PTSD, Depression, Anxiety, Attention and personal growth. Matt's belief is that though life may feel impossible after going through difficult experiences, post-traumatic growth can occur. This growth promotes the new insights people tend to have after going through intense life experiences. By providing support and education to explain the sources/effects of trauma, individuals can be equipped to grow and move forward with their lives.
(720) 897-3874
Denver, Colorado 80210
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