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Welcome to the Denver Therapist Directory

Here you'll find the most comprehensive local listings of Therapists in and around Denver, Colorado.

Therapists in Denver

Deb Marshall, Counselor  in Denver
“Just 3 minutes off I-25 and Belleview in DTC. I am a positive, compassionate, and clinically trained therapist. For those with past trauma, EMDR is a research validated, effective approach to recovery. If you are experiencing pain, anxiety, depression, loss, or want to rework/recreate a relationship in trouble, I will show you how to strengthen or learn the skills you need. Our work together will address your specific situation and needs, and measure progress on a frequent basis to reach your identified goals. You may also begin to experience new strength, joy, and resilience in your closest relationships.
(303) 900-5440
Denver, Colorado 80237
Danielle Vice, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“As we move through life we often encounter challenging times that can leave us stuck, overwhelmed, depressed, and confused and we may struggle with finding positive solutions and a better direction. If you're feeling overwhelmed and are needing clarity, know that help is available. I have been working with adults, adolescents, and families for over 13 years and offer a strengths-based and empathic approach towards therapy. In my practice I believe in providing support, acceptance and constructive feedback in order for clients to gain insight and achieve their goals.
(303) 951-4783
Denver, Colorado 80202
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
Jennifer Miller, Counselor  in Denver
“When you find a therapist that you trust and connect with, it can be life changing. You really can have a better life, and I would love to be part of helping you to get there. I specialize in working with individuals/couples in the GLBTQ community, as well as individuals struggling with eating disorders and body image issues. I am passionate about providing counseling to people from all walks of life. Whether you are dealing with general issues, or ones related to your identity, we can work together in a safe, warm environment to start you on your way to a happier life.
(720) 726-1795
Denver, Colorado 80203
Robert L. Vitaletti, Ph.D., Psychotherapy, Psychologist  in Denver
“I'm a Psychologist with an interactive, interpretive style, providing results focused problem-solving psychotherapy. I utilize Insight-Oriented, Analytic, Supportive and CBT Cognitive techniques to find practical solutions and tangible interventions for emotional and behavioral problems. In-depth understanding of chronic difficulties can often be achieved quickly, resulting in lasting change. Clients report good results with symptom relief plus increased self-awareness of underlying causes. I treat anxiety, depression, stress, and trauma, plus I have developed unique specialties in the area of Human Sexuality. I am also involved in research, and supervise advanced students through the University of Denver.
(720) 580-6113
Denver, Colorado 80202
Susan Kirshenbaum Silver, Psychologist  in Denver
“My straight-forward approach, coupled with gentle humor and empathy, helps my clients learn to broaden their sense of self and develop meaningful relationships. I am committed to helping clients identify their strengths, values and dreams in order to live a purposeful life. I work with clients to minimize self-criticism so that they can begin to think about themselves in a new light and create new possibilities.
(303) 900-7320
Denver, Colorado 80210
Calyn Crow, Counselor  in Denver
“As complex and dynamic human beings, we by nature all have issues. Life is full of ups and downs. It is how we manage and resolve these issues and transitions that is important. Lets focus on how you want your life to be when the problem no longer exists. Focusing on what you want to get bigger, imagining what difference this will make, and how you got there is an important and effective use of time. Lets pay attention to what is working and how we can build on this.
(303) 974-4625
Denver, Colorado 80209
Darcy May Holladay, Counselor  in Denver
“Finding balance in your life can sometimes feel like an uphill battle. Current life stressors and very old wounds can influence our ability to make decisions that are good for us. It seems that the struggle for balance can be thrown off by unlikely decisions on what you ate, when, and how much. Food at its very base is how we nurture ourselves, and when unbalanced it can shows up in self-destructive eating that makes you feel worse. Developing a way to nurture yourself and feel better can be as easy as what you put in your body!
(303) 647-4336
Denver, Colorado 80203
Jason Seidel, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize in helping adults who have not been helped by past treatment, who have problems feeling connected, or who have long-standing struggles with trauma, depression, anxiety, or relationships. All our therapists track how effective we are--and we publish our results. That's what makes The Colorado Center for Clinical Excellence different. I invite you to read about my approach, results, fees, articles, and resources at thecoloradocenter.com.
(720) 509-9910
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kevin L Palmer, Counselor  in Denver
“Kevin is a graduate of Liberty University with a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. He specializes in counseling couples with pre-marital, marital, blending families of divorce and divorce concerns. Utilizing effective tools such as Prepare and Enrich, PAIR Assessments, and various therapeutic techniques, Kevin can help couples create a harmonious relationship. Through personal experience, Kevin can help families coping with the stress of having a child with a learning disability such as Downs Syndrome, ADHD or Autism. He also has personal experience with sudden life changes such as paralysis and how those circumstances effect families.
(720) 580-6252
Denver, Colorado 80224
Beth Doyle, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am an active and highly engaged therapist working with both therapeutic and educational tools, to help individuals and couples achieve the healthiest relationships and interactive styles in their lives.
(303) 732-5840
Denver, Colorado 80222
Michele M Battle  in Denver
“I believe that counseling is an opportunity for people to heal and grow from their life experiences. I offer guidance and support in a safe and non-judgmental space to explore new ways of thinking and behaving in order to create a unity of body, mind and soul.
(303) 625-6640
Denver, Colorado 80222
Ronny M. Zarb-Cousin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFTC
“I provide one on one in-home and community-based specialized therapeutic support to improve functioning and quality of life in all individuals. I believe that each person has unique strengths, skills, and abilities. Sometimes we get "stuck" in our life, which indicates that we have yet to find the proper amount of support to flourish. It is my job as a compassionate, highly trained psychosocial recovery specialist to help people achieve their goals through coaching, therapeutic support, guidance, and education.
(720) 633-9149
Denver, Colorado 80222
Christine B Hager, Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, DiSP, MSW, CGP, CACIII, CTS
“You are searching here, because you are ready to move on and live the happiness that you deserve. Very likely you have been through enough stressful situations. Perhaps you are overwhelmed, are stuck, want to solve once and for all something that still intrudes your life at times, or maybe you are simply on a fork in your road. You might need some clarity to better understand your situation and how to choose the right direction . Regardless, you are looking for support and understanding and you are reaching out. Thank you for your courage
(720) 248-7894
Denver, Colorado 80202
Courtney Alberts, Counselor  in Denver
“Is your child's reaction to a major life change such as divorce concerning you? Does supporting your child through divorce seem overwhelming when you yourself are struggling? Are you confused with how to respond to your child's behavior? The struggles children have after life transitions can often be written off as normal, and part of adapting to change. In actuality, in response to stress, children often develop maladaptive coping skills that can follow them throughout their life. My passion is helping children through their difficulties so that they gain the awareness and tools needed for a healthy future.
(720) 943-7200
Denver, Colorado 80210
Walter Almanza, Counselor  in Denver
“With your issues not being appreciated, understood, or supported by family or friends, the feeling of isolation may be overwhelming and you need someone to listen and help you through this difficult time. I work together with you to create realistic goals to help you in the here and now, a safe place from which to explore these difficult places of your life and make the changes you need and want. My orientation is based on a combination of behavioral psychoeducation and a Humanistic approach where you are my focus. Change is possible, and I'm here to help you!
(303) 747-4769
Denver, Colorado 80211
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
John St Clair, Counselor  in Denver
“I work from a Client focused,existential perspective which simply means that the difficulties encountered in a life whether predisposed, traumatic or self imposed often can lead to self doubts and crises of meaning. This left unaddressed can manifest as stagnation, destructive repetitive decision making and feelings of pointlessness. I like working with a client who enjoys a sense of adventure toward life's unfolding, identifying its roadblocks and collaboratively exploring fresh, more fulfilling choices and responses to experience.
(720) 308-8630
Denver, Colorado 80210
Julia White, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Congratulations for having the courage to search for help navigating your emotional life. Making that first call is often the hardest step. I am a licensed clinical social worker who works with a variety of clients dealing with emotional and relational challenges. Some are dealing with anxiety, phobias or depression that they don't completely understand. Others are having relationship problems with a significant other or family member. Many people would like to have more satisfying connections with others in their lives. Some of the clients I work with have addiction issues which serve to temporarily cover up the pain or emptiness they are feeling.
(720) 863-6215
Denver, Colorado 80224
Mikey Brackett, Counselor  in Denver
“Trained in Experiential Play Therapy Mikey truly enjoys creating a safe and powerful space that meets each persons unique emotional and developmental needs. He understands that the counseling process, done well, happens in a creative and collaborative space; making use of varying artistic methods to enrich the client's experience. He is integrative and experiential, offering dynamic and intentional care to the people he works with. In this, he hopes and believes that each client can experience growth and healing and that in therapy they will be both challenged and encouraged, experiencing support and gaining deeper insight.
(706) 843-2714
Denver, Colorado 80211
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