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Therapists in University Hills - Denver, CO 80222

Marisol Solarte-Erlacher, Counselor  in Denver
“We all need a place where we can receive compassion and empathy in order to heal. Through the use of innovative therapy techniques, I am confident that together we can discover your path to a more fulfilling life.
(720) 399-1243
Denver, Colorado 80222
Donna Peters, Psychologist  in Denver
“I have 17 years of experience in working with individuals in a variety of settings and with a variety of struggles. I am a trauma therapist with advanced trainings in trauma assessment and treatment, and I have worked with hundreds of survivors of various types of trauma. I have provided numerous trainings on the topics of trauma, PTSD, victimology and working with international and refugee populations.
(303) 647-4357
Denver, Colorado 80222
Animal Assisted Interventions and Transition Serv, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Animal Assisted Therapy is a goal-directed intervention in which an animal is an integral part of the treatment process. AAT is directed, delivered and documented by a licensed health/human service professional with a specific clinical goal for a particular individual in mind. An animal assisted therapist operates from a theoretical foundation and facilitates change in a client through the clients interactions with an animal. Animal Assisted Interventions and Transition Services operates from a cognitive behavioral approach utilizing canines to effectively assist in a clients journey through the stages of change. There is no need for clients to travel...
(303) 569-6304
Denver, Colorado 80222
Ryan M Mueller, Counselor  in Denver
“While my background has focused on trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy with a mindfulness towards existential & person-centered concepts, your concerns and needs will inform our sessions. As society has a way of categorizing and pathologizing us in ways that limit our true potential to find our genuine selves, we will work to build confidence and understanding in the self. By forming a collaborative and authentic therapeutic relationship from which to explore difficulties and concerns we can find healing and foster real change.
(636) 266-4627
Denver, Colorado 80222
Natalie Walders Abramson, Psychologist  in Denver
“My goal as a clinical psychologist is to help children, teens, adults and families develop solutions to their problems so that their lives run more smoothly with less stress. I have worked at Children's Hospital Colorado and National Jewish Health for over ten years, and recently launched my private practice to add a community based focus. I provide clients with state-of-the-art, empirically-supported behavioral health interventions shown to result in fast and sustainable relief from depression, anxiety, and conflict.
(303) 536-5493
Denver, Colorado 80222
Gail Martz, Psychologist  in Denver
“Are constant worries running your life? Is your world feeling smaller because of your Anxieties, Fears or Obsessions? Do you avoid situations, people, or objects? Do you perform repetitive (compulsive) behaviors in order to feel more comfortable but find that they are actually time-consuming and get in your way? As a specialist in treating Anxiety Disorders, OCD, Trichotillomania and their associated Mood Disorders, I will work collaboratively with you to help regain the pleasure, activities and situations you miss. We will set goals together, come to understand your specific situation, and work together to open up your life again.
(303) 816-8693
Denver, Colorado 80222
Rachael A. Price, Counselor  in Denver
“My ideal clients are adolescents and young adults seeking a new set of skills to effectively address interpersonal relationship instability, emotional dysregulation and distress, behavioral instability, impulse disorders, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, self-harming behavior, or chronic suicidal ideation. I offer DBT skills training groups to those interested in becoming more personally and socially satisfied in addition to practicing a more effective, meaningful, hopeful, and mindful lifestyle. Due to the cyclical nature of DBT skills training, new members are always joining group regardless of where the group is currently in the sequence of the skills training modules
(720) 726-1693
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kathleen Ann DeHerrera, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, CACIII, LAC
“Are you experiencing problems with relationships, and feel stuck and unsure about making change? Is your sense of well--being impacted by overwhelming fears, stress, and anxiety? Is someone's substance-dependency or addictions negatively impacting your life? You need to talk to someone and stop carrying this burden around. Please consider therapy. Some of the services I offer may meet your needs, such as Life- Management, Sobriety Enhancement, Addictions and Relationship issues, career change, retirement, divorce, and care-giver burn-out, You need to know that your life can be more hopeful and fulfilling.
(303) 747-6808
Denver, Colorado 80222
Pat Roe, Psychologist  in Denver
“I offer my clients a good heart, a good ear, good experience and good skills. By using a variety of traditional approaches, along with EFT, EMDR and Energy Psychology, I can provide therapy that fits your style, situation and needs. I can help you reach a number of different kinds of goals. You can understand yourself better, make healthier choices and grow to be more confident and competent. You can learn skills for managing stress, dealing with emotions, coping with transitions and grief, and handling relationships. You can heal from trauma and abuse, and conquer anxiety and depression.
(303) 757-1993
Denver, Colorado 80222
Shannon K Schou, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LAC
“In life we go through many challenges that can be difficult and sometimes dealing with them can be hard. Learning how to cope with emotions and future situations enables individuals to lead fulfilling lives. I believe that individuals can heal and overcome struggles by finding a new meaning in their lives. I use a combination of therapeutic approaches which focus on the individual's strengths.
(970) 454-6257
Denver, Colorado 80222
Dawn Goers, Counselor  in Denver
“After working with children and families for 15 years in foster care and adoption settings, I developed a passion for empowering people who have experienced trauma, grief and loss, and who struggle with relationship issues. Life always presents challenges and the ability to move through those challenges with a strong sense of self is important. I work closely with clients to develop a strong therapeutic relationship, which engenders an environment of safety and promotes healing. The therapeutic interventions that I use are emotion focused, and incorporate CBT and DBT therapy techniques. I also use child-centered play therapy with children.
(303) 562-1462
Denver, Colorado 80222
“I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and families. A large portion of the clients that I currently see consist of couples, however, also work a great deal with children, adolescents and families. I use a cognitive behavioral approach, as well as a systemic approach to addressing client's needs. I offer an initial consultation to provide potential clients with an opportunity to meet me and ask questions to determine whether I am a good fit for them prior to commiting to participating in therapy. This seems to work well for everyone.
(303) 536-3443
Denver, Colorado 80222
“I enjoy working with people of all ages and from all walks of life. I enjoy helping them find solutions to whatever challenges life is presenting them with. For some people, this may mean that they need only a few sessions, or what I call a"minor tune-up", before they are back on course with their lives. For others, this may mean more in-depth therapy to help find solutions to problems that have persisted over many years. And yet for others, they may not have any problems at all to solve per se.
(303) 816-8840
Denver, Colorado 80222
Marilyn Talmage-Bowers, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am an active therapist who is interested in doing what works for each client. I am flexible, client-centered, and friendly. I work equally well with women, men, children, families and seniors and I enjoy the diversity of that kind of practice. My special interest is in helping women become assertive, empowered and able to live fuller lives. I can be very helpful with clients who are living or working with toxic individuals such as narcissists, borderline personality disorder or addicts. I am expert in individual IQ assessment and am committed to helping gifted and highly sensitive individuals cope with their sensitivities and gifts.
(303) 900-7465
Denver, Colorado 80222
Chris Beasley, Psychologist  in Denver
“I have respect for individuals and couples who seek help during times of stress and turmoil. It is courageous to confront feelings and issues that are painful or overwhelming. I offer a safe and compassionate environment for providing both short and long-term psychotherapy for adults and couples. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral and psychodynamic approaches. I have additional training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. I also provide interventions for those with a physical condition and mental health issues.
(303) 835-7032
Denver, Colorado 80222
Marian E Craig, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you are on this site, chances are you've hit a rough spot or want to make changes in your life. I work well with those in troubled relationships, problems on the job, grief and loss, low self esteem, depression and anxiety. A major emphasis of my 27 years in practice has been working with trauma--sexual, physical and emotional abuse. I believe therapy is a cooperative effort and work with individuals and couples, joining them in their journey through difficulties, helping them come out on the other side in a much better place.
(303) 835-9186
Denver, Colorado 80222
Irina Banfi-Mare, Psychologist  in Denver
“Whether you are new to therapy or have gone through it before, asking for help involves courage to be vulnerable and face difficult feelings. Therapy can help you become more self-aware, more in control of your emotions, improve your relationships, and make better sense of your experiences. We will identify what you want to change in a way that is realistic and makes sense to you. I will encourage your capacity for growth, help you build and use your strengths, and work with you to overcome the barriers that prevent you from reaching your goals.
(303) 532-1514
Denver, Colorado 80222
Debbie Garcia, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who works with individuals and couples to develop practical solutions to life's difficulties. The therapeutic approach I utilized is cognitive-behavioral therapy, which is grounded in evidence-based practice. In treatment, individuals gain a full understanding of interactions between behaviors, feelings and thoughts while learning more productive ways to interact. I am always mindful of each client's particular needs and modify my approach to therapy accordingly. As a psychologist, I offer a genuine balance of respect, warmth and humor while maintaining a high degree of competency.
(303) 816-8610
Denver, Colorado 80222
Max Wachtel, Psychologist  in Denver
“In addition to being the 9News Psychologist, I have been working with individuals and groups for 18 years. My focus is on helping people understand more about themselves and improving the quality of their lives. I strongly believe that a kind, empathic and supportive therapeutic relationship is the foundation for a person's improvement in therapy. I like to work collaboratively with my clients to develop a therapy plan that meets each individual's current needs.
(720) 439-6138
Denver, Colorado 80222
Dena G Sorokin, Psychologist  in Denver
“Finding a therapist is always challenging, but especially when you are going through a difficult or transitional time - which, of course, is when most people are seeking therapy. Yet, in the midst of upheaval, you may be more open to sensing what is most essential in choosing a therapist: finding someone who is a good fit, with whom you can connect on the deepest level of mind, heart and spirit. Experiencing pain and disappointment, it takes courage to reach out and open up to trust another person. In making the commitment to the process of therapy, you create the opportunity for growth and transformation.
(720) 897-3982
Denver, Colorado 80222
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