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Therapists in Denver, CO 80231
Hampden and Indian Creek

Holly Kennedy, Psychologist  in Denver
“My focus is in working with adults and adolescents (15+) struggling to cope with difficult emotions like anxiety and depression. Specializing in eating disorders, substance abuse, and self-harming behaviors, I enjoy helping individuals develop more effective ways of managing emotions and improving their lives.
(719) 722-3272
Denver, Colorado 80231
Kevin Bert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“I have provided individual, couples, and family therapy for over ten years. I make house calls. I specialize in working with families dealing with adolescent behavior issues including school difficulties, delinquent behaviors, and emotional problems. It has been my experience that these issues often result from problems within the family. I work with parents to learn the skills necessary to successfully intervene with the adolescent. I also provide marital or couples counseling when difficulties in their relationship are impacting the family's or adolescent's ability to be successful. I believe that a short-term, intensive intervention can be very successful.
(720) 388-1251
Denver, Colorado 80231
Sasha Mizrahi, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PsyD
“Are you feeling hopeless, stuck, or unfulfilled? Disconnected from others? Have you tried making changes, only to be repeatedly disappointed that nothing's working? Whether you're overwhelmed with anxiety; angry at seemingly everybody and everything; unhappy to the point of despair; scared of being alone; losing sleep because of racing thoughts; or simply need someone to talk to, I'm here for you.
(303) 622-5924 x2
Denver, Colorado 80231
Gratia Meyer, Psychologist  in Denver
“Within the framework of psychotherapy, our first challenge is to discover and embrace our authentic self and gifts. Our second challenge is to apply this awareness in healing early attaching experiences and transforming our childhood and adolescent experiences. With this knowledge we will learn how your present perceptions have influenced your relationships and family. Together we will transform painful developmental attachment patterns and ease the suffering caused by chronic illness, depression, anxiety and/or posttraumatic stress. With insight, empathy and compassion we will transform your present suffering.
(303) 779-5232
Denver, Colorado 80231
Denise Deherrera, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, CACIII
“Have you wanted to change something but felt hopeless inside or that your mind was willing but your gut said no way. Addiction affects all areas of our lives. Family, friends and co-workers are impacted by our behavior and our moods. Relationships fall apart, our bodies and our spirits suffer. I will help you find the clarity you need to break the cycle of addiction so you and those around you may lead happier lives. I will help you look at the impact this has had on your family and learn ways to get along with family members.
(303) 578-3854
Denver, Colorado 80231
Nina Marcus Psychotherapist,   in Denver
“"are you breathing just a little, and calling it life”? … Mary Oliver. What you might really want to know about me is that you will feel comfortable during our time together. You will know that you are working with a well trained, competent therapist. I counsel people about many different life situations like resolving depression and anxiety, improving life choices, remembering strengths, and loving again. . I help couples regain intimacy and transform relationships by learning new communication skills. So, If you feel stuck , come in, sit down, and together we will bring new light, insight, and change onto your life.
(303) 351-5340
Denver, Colorado 80231
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
Ayelet Shmuel,   in Denver
“We don't have to take the traditional route to therapy! Bring in your music, your art, your favorite picture, anything that moves you, triggers you, makes you happy or upsets you and we can go from there. We can sit and talk, go for a walk or be creative with our time. This journey is all yours and you can shape it anyway you want. If you are willing to take the first step, I will offer a safe space, empathy and honest and direct communication to help you on your journey.
(720) 548-2607
Denver, Colorado 80231
Marcia Jo Vaziri, Counselor  in Denver
“As a therapist at Jewish Family Service I provide individual psychotherapy to a diverse adult population who are addressing concerns related to depression, anxiety, grief & loss, trauma, caretaking a mentally ill family member and more. I am an active participant in helping my clients gain self-awareness, offering feedback, and using a combination of cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and relational therapy.
(720) 545-0569
Denver, Colorado 80231
Laura Grushcow, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSSA, LCSW
“I am a therapist who works with clients struggling with a variety of challenges encountered in life. At different points in our lives, we can feel stuck - possibly in the context of a parent-child relationship; dissatisfaction at work; adaptation to a medical condition; frustration with a partner; or re-definition of a role following a loss or life transition such as death, divorce, or adult child emancipation. My goal is to help clients develop greater self-awarenss and problem-solving skills in order to address these issues and live more rewarding lives.
(720) 386-3051
Denver, Colorado 80231
MultiCultural Counseling Center, Pastoral Counselor  in Denver
“Dr. MarKeva Gwendolyn Hill is a certified pastoral counselor trained in spiritual and clinical healing. She is a graduate of Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia where she was awarded the of Doctor of Theology degree in Pastoral Counseling. She is a licensed Professional Counselor in the States of Georgia and Colorado. Dr. Hill is trained in Object Relations Theory and Self Psychology.
(720) 399-1240
Denver, Colorado 80231
Tracy Weegmann,   in Denver
“I have worked with clients since 2001 and have a very successful practice in both in Denver and Boulder areas. I work with clients with cognitive impairment such as ADD/ADHD, Traumatic Brain Injury, Autism, Bipolar, PTSD, Illness. I work adults, children(10+), professionals, students, adolescents, seniors.
(720) 876-1533
Denver, Colorado 80231
Arleen Gershen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my 30 yrs+ of psychotherapy practice, I have worked with very diverse client populations in both short and long term treatment from adolescents to elderly clients with a wide spectrum of concerns. These issues have included depression, anxiety, relationship problems, marital conflict, trauma, grief and loss (with a focus on pregnancy loss), life transitions, and more. My clients include individuals, couples, families and groups. My treatment approaches include relational, psychodynamic, supportive and cognitive-behavioral therapy in a safe and confidential environment Client goals for treatment generally involve finding better coping mechanisms and furthering self-awareness.
(720) 330-9852
Denver, Colorado 80231
Yelena Avramenko, Counselor  in Denver
“I have over 30 years of experience in psychology - researching, teaching, and practicing psychotherapy. As a therapist I work from client-centered integrative approach depending on each client's presentation and therapeutic needs, utilizing a wide variety of techniques, including EMDR, and emphasizing a collaborative approach to therapeutic process.
(720) 903-3328
Denver, Colorado 80231
Olive Tree Counseling, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
“I am a behavioral health counselor and clinical supervisor in Denver, conveniently located between Denver Tech Center, Cherry Creek, and Aurora. I offer therapy in English and Spanish for adults and adolescents, specializing in chronic pain and substance abuse.
(720) 439-5843
Denver, Colorado 80231
Susan Lurie, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“I am a highly experienced Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, with expertise in all levels of care. I specialize in Anxiety, Mood and Psychotic Disorders, though am comfortable working with the full spectrum of difficulties that present in youth. I am a seasoned psychopharmacologist - in this role I am thoughtful and judicious about the use of medication, knowing that it might be only a small part of a comprehensive treatment intervention. I'm affiliated with the Behavioral Health Division of Children's Hospital Colorado and am a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado School of Medicine.
(720) 408-2070
Denver, Colorado 80231
Betty Tullius, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“As a therapist at Jewish Family Service I see a diverse population of clients who are addressing issues related to depression, anxiety, relationship problems, adolescence, life changes, past trauma, and more. I use a combination of cognitive behavioral, supportive, and humanistic therapy to help my clients discover new and effective ways to cope with life's stresses.
(303) 732-6510 x4600
Denver, Colorado 80231
Karen Katz, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Hello, My name is Karen Katz, and I have 30 years of experience helping people feel more in control of their lives. I take an active and collaborative approach to healing, growth and change. Call me, if you are dealing with a crisis in your life or a long-standing problem that keeps getting in the way of successfully achieving your goals. I will work with you to understand what's troubling you, and we will put you back on a forward path. Together we will develop a plan to restore your self-confidence and get things back on track.
(303) 351-5128
Denver, Colorado 80231
“I am a licensed psychologist in the State of Colorado. I specialize in psychological assessments and have extensive experience in conducting assessments with individuals confused about their moods or behaviors, who are having difficulty staying focused in therapy, or who are struggling academically or at work. Additionally, I have completed assessments with adolescent and adult perpetrators of sexual abuse, as well as victims of trauma. I have also conducted therapy with perpetrators of sexual abuse, victims of sexual abuse, adults experiencing problems in living, couples struggling through relationship issues, and the gay and lesbian community.
(720) 722-4495
Denver, Colorado 80231
Kelli M Gilchrist, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and full time Firefighter. My specialty is working with first responders (Fire/Police/EMS/Dispatchers) and their families in dealing with the unique struggles that come with "the job." As a counselor I take a practical and eclectic approach to help find clear solutions, and hopefully a sense of calm. Peace of mind and heart can be so difficult with the work that we do. I understand the difficulties of the job, the importance for confidentiality, and how this work can affect our children and family.
(303) 835-9427
Denver, Colorado 80231

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