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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

Lisa Taggart,   in Denver
“I am a strength-based therapist, supporting clients in self-discovery and self-determination within their relevant cultural context. I offer a person-centered perspective, including non-judgement, empathy and unconditional positive regard, while providing a safe space for healing and self-advocacy. My life experiences have taken me to many places, and I see myself as your traveling companion for the experiences that find you. An umbrella of cultural consciousness informs all of my work, and an experiential base provides a foundation from which we can access feelings, patterns, and begin to explore the life you want to live.
(720) 726-1571
Denver, Colorado 80206
Lara Newton, Counselor  in Denver
“Therapy is a relational experience. In the initial stages of that encounter, we either connect at a core level, or the work does not progress. You don't want merely to be diagnosed, but to be understood. As a Jungian Analyst, I engage with your curiosity about your psychological life. Together we work to understand and transform the patterns that have ruled your life. The self-awareness that develops from this work has the potential to enhance all outer relationships. But most important is the intra-psychic experience of knowing and loving yourself again, or maybe for the first time.
(303) 578-1192
Denver, Colorado 80210
Jen Eichberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Welcome to my practice in perfectionism, anxiety and eating disorders. With over 10 years experience recently at Children's Hospital, I have unique expertise with kids and teens, including food refusal in the very young and atypical eating disorders, anorexia and bulimia, depression, OCD and perfectionism. Theoretical orientations include CBT, ACT, with a focus on motivation enhancement and support. I believe in empowering parents, and coach families on how to handle general mood and behavioral issues at home. For eating disorder work, I employ a Maudsley-like approach.
(720) 336-4495
Denver, Colorado 80218
Kristy Eldredge, Counselor  in Denver
“Welcome! My approach to counseling is one which is collaborative and reflective; you and I will work together to explore your emotions, thoughts, beliefs and unique life experiences. In this process, we will create a deeper understanding of your personal background, using it as a road map for increasing success in your present relationships, personal / career goals, and overall appreciation of yourself.
(720) 358-0501
Denver, Colorado 80206
Deborah A Coyle, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“You may be feeling tired ,overwhelmed,and even alone. What you do know is that you do not want to feel this way anymore. My approach to helping you re- access the "best you" is an integrative approach that fits you personally. Intitally, deterrmining what may be blocking you. It could be diet,a deficiency,a loss,a trauma or what may feel most confusing is, that you dont know why you feel this way.
(720) 606-2833
Denver, Colorado 80209
Round Table Psychological and Educational Services, Psychologist  in Denver
“My company provides a variety of services, including Skype therapy and consultation to clients in Colorado and North Carolina. We specialize in working with children, adolescents, couples, and families. We work with individuals and families on a wide range of areas which can include typical developmental challenges, life transitions, trauma, depression, anxiety, pervasive developmental disorders, ADHD, parenting difficulties, and marriage conflicts.
(303) 578-3355
Denver, Colorado 80224
Kimberly Mathewson  in Denver
“I use an active, direct, and honest approach to therapy. Utilizing behavioral interventions, I help clients reduce suffering by approaching the things that are most problematic in their lives by using mindfulness, acceptance, and exposure-based interventions. While I enjoy working with all types of individuals and personalities, I have a focus in working with children and adolescents. I help clients make meaningful and effective changes to their lives early in the therapy process. The clients I have worked with report having positive outcomes from therapy.
(303) 835-3267
Denver, Colorado 80209
Laura Berman, Counselor  in Denver
“I have over 10 years experience in the field of trauma with emphasis on sexual abuse, depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, interpersonal/relational conflict and life transitions. I received my BA and MA from Naropa University in Boulder, CO which has a philosophy rooted in the belief that all individuals have the tools within themselves to heal from even the most difficult of experiences. My therapeutic foundation is rooted in this same philosophy. My ideal client is anyone eager to reclaim who they truly are with curiosity, compassion and raw vulnerability. By discovering this inner truth, they are set free.
(720) 836-1756
Denver, Colorado 80209
YY Wei, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“Thank you for visiting my profile and considering my practice! I provide individual, family, couples, and sex therapy in my private practice, YY Therapy, LLC, in Denver and Westminster. I have specialty training and experience utilizing a variety of therapeutic techniques and approaches to help my clients from different backgrounds around the issues of relationship/intimacy/performance issues, sexual pleasure, family changes and dynamics, adolescent issues/behaviors, gender identity, sexual orientation, abuse and trauma, substance abuse, grief and loss, Autism and developmental disability, dual diagnoses, stress management, chronic and persistent mental health conditions like Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, and Personality Disorders.
(720) 548-2867
Denver, Colorado 80211
Karen K Mills, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that early experiences influence one's self-concept, expectations and behavior. Change occurs through emerging self-discovery and understanding, within a safe therapeutic relationship. Therefore the therapeutic relationship is the most important aspect of psychotherapy; it is a process in which both the client and therapist actively participate.
(303) 900-5397
Denver, Colorado 80220
Amanda Rohrssen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, NCC
“Finding the right therapist can be hard. Suffering in silence is even harder. As a licensed professional counselor, I have trained in multiple theories of personality, and believe YOU are the guiding force of treatment. My specialized training includes working with adults, adolescents, and families struggling with a range of symptoms such as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma, self-harming, and other issues.
(720) 580-6221
Denver, Colorado 80211
Laura Northrop, Counselor  in Denver
“We all are looking to live joyful, empowered lives. Yet when we run into challenges that are confusing and painful, it can create feelings that are hard to navigate. Some of these feelings might include fear, heart-break, shame, loneliness, uncertainty and hopelessness. Within the turmoil of these painful experiences, there is always an opportunity to heal and grow. At the core of every person is a well of goodness and love waiting to be accessed. My mission is to facilitate deep emotional healing, to help others tap into their strengths, move through challenges and restore joyfulness of being.
(303) 732-6858
Denver, Colorado 80206
“Life can often break us down and leave us feeling that we are defined by our weaknesses, mistakes, circumstances and failures. But underneath those stories lies a beautiful spirit that longs to be free. I'm here to tell you that it's possible to make peace with your story and live of a life of blissful authenticity!
(720) 903-2125
Denver, Colorado 80212
“Jean E. Kunin
(303) 747-4756
Denver, Colorado 80218
Arnica Buckner, Psychologist  in Denver
“Do you feel like your life has become defined by your struggles with your symptoms or yourself? Do you feel far away from the life that you want? My goal is to work with you to help you let go of your struggle with anxiety, depression, eating disorder symptoms or other problems, in order to move toward a more full, meaningful life. As part of our work together, we will create an idea of what a fulfilling life looks like for you, explore how to get there, and compassionately confront the barriers that might exist between you and that life.
(303) 747-3876
Denver, Colorado 80222
“I enjoy a varied practice; about half of my clients are adults, and the other half children and adolescents. I also see families and couples, though usually this emerges from work I am already doing with an individual. I take a lifetime developmental approach in conceptualization and treatment. With children and youth, this means I am looking at how they are on- or off-track in their social / emotional development. Treatment is aimed at getting back on track for a successful adulthood. With adults, this means I am aware of how early relationships and experiences shape current behaviors and experiences.
(303) 900-5411
Denver, Colorado 80224
Alexandra Romero, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in working with children, adolescents, young adults, and families. Much of my clinical training occurred at the Children's Hospital Colorado on the Eating Disorder Unit and in the general outpatient clinic. My areas of expertise include eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, identify development, personal growth, relationship difficulties, and parent-child issues. Furthermore, I have expertise in children and adolescents with food refusal, atypical eating disorders, and perfectionism. My approach tends to be collaborative and solution focused to manage stress, resolve conflict, reduce symptoms, improve relationships, and make changes.
(720) 903-1957
Denver, Colorado 80218
Holly Vause, Psychiatric Nurse  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, DNP, PMHNP
“I specialize in psychiatric medication evaluation and management for children, adolescents and adults.I believe we must have a collaborative relationship working together to meet your treatment goals. This collaboration is achieved through honest communication about your symptoms of concern and medication effects. I do not believe medications are appropriate for everyone dealing with emotional, behavioral, and/or relational issues. I do believe that some form of therapy is critical for maintaining long-term benefits. In many situations therapy as well as medications provide the best outcomes. Working together, we will determine the best course of treatment for you.
(720) 330-4904
Denver, Colorado 80206
Aimee Aron-Reno, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe everyone has strength within themselves. Difficulties in our lives may cause us to have trouble remembering or trusting those strengths; put simply - they become dusty or sometimes buried. I believe people create change in their lives when they develop trust in themselves; and to do that, we need to feel safe and supported enough to listen to ourselves and to trust our unique and valuable thoughts and feelings. I strive to provide a place for my clients to safely share and give away pieces of their struggle and hurt, and to reconnect with and/or find their strengths.
(303) 900-8672
Denver, Colorado 80206
Danielle M. Kahlo, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Denver
“I offer cognitive and psychological assessment, as well as therapy, to both individuals and couples. We are all, at times, faced with circumstances in our lives that can result in painful emotions (anxiety, depression, grief, fear, anger, numbness), diminished functioning, and a loss of our sense of health and well-being. My clients are encouraged to both connect with their pain fully, and at the same time to search deeply within themselves to discover new strengths and resources to help them cope in ways that are in alignment with their core self and their highest values.
(720) 457-0408
Denver, Colorado 80246
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