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Therapists in Aurora

Heather L Daniel, Registered Psychotherapist  in Aurora
Verified by Psychology Today
Registered Psychotherapist, MA, LPCC
“I have a passion for working with people struggling with a variety of issues, including dysfunctional behavior rooted in shame including hoarding, addiction, low self-esteem, and grief and loss. I believe people are incredibly resilient, but also know that we all go through struggles during our lives and sometimes we need additional support.
(720) 548-2883
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Michael Dawson Counseling, Counselor  in Aurora
“My ideal client is an individual, couple, or family faced with a crisis caused by an unchangeable situation. I help people work through stress caused by trauma and loss, life threatening illness, mental illness or problem behavior of a loved one, or other circumstances that can threaten our well-being if left unattended. My work usually results in relief from depression and anxiety associated with common problems that many people face.
(720) 897-0573
Aurora, Colorado 80015
Verified by Psychology Today
Licensed Psychoanalyst, LPC, CACII, SEP
“Addressing the needs of the people who come to see me is my first focus. Dealing with the particulars of the situation is important, however I delve into the issues and help develop solutions and resources to overcome the underlying difficulty. I use a variety of techniques, both cognitive and somatic, while respecting the individuality of the individual.
(720) 608-5344
Aurora, Colorado 80012
Tisha J Jackson, Counselor  in Aurora
“There are times when we need some assistance in order to work through what life throws at us. My 14 years of experience and extensive training in trauma and relationships has helped individuals and families overcome their past. Assisting adolescents and their families through difficult times presents unique challenges. I work collaboratively with clients to develop their skills to enjoy healthy relationships, and to move forward to happy, healthy futures. My goal is to create a sense of safety and work in combination with my clients in order to develop a plan of action to work through treatment issues.
(303) 536-5463
Aurora, Colorado 80015
Lindy L Schneebeck, Counselor  in Aurora
“My mission is to recognize each individual and their unique personal needs. I believe taking the time to understand your concerns is important in helping achieve successful outcomes. My credentials include being a Licensed Therapist (LPC), Certified Addiction Counselor III (CACIII) and an Animal Assisted Therapist (AAT). I offer supportive, non-judgmental, and affordable services. Please feel free to contact me with any questions. I look forward to hearing from you to discuss your needs and find if we would be a good team.
(303) 847-4758
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Todd William Harrison, Counselor  in Aurora
“Disturbing life experiences are the cause of most psychological distress. How do we overcome the hurts that may cause us anxiety, depression, sleepless nights or even suicidal thoughts? EMDR is an evidence-based psychotherapy which offers the chance of healing life's hurts without dwelling too long on the past; a place where we have seldom wished to visit because of the pain we wish to escape, but where we must go to be released and learn from the pain.
(720) 408-2371
Aurora, Colorado 80012
Brenda A. Smith, Counselor  in Aurora
“Are you tired of having the same argument over and over again? I can help! I will give you the tools you need to stop the madness. I will help you improve communication and learn how to say what you really want your partner to hear, and hear what your partner's really trying to say, (without taking it personally) so you can each be your authentic selves without needing to suppress parts of yourself to avoid conflict. Together we can free your relationship from the stuck places so you can each grow as individuals and together as the couple you were meant to be.
(720) 466-7021
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Evelyn Barton,   in Aurora
“Are you feeling "stuck" and see no way out? I will help you get "un-stuck." I provide counseling in a supportive, non-judgmental, and empathic setting and offer tools for resolving issues, building self-esteem, helping you regain control of your life, overcoming obstacles, and moving forward into the life you've always wanted. I am here to facilitate positive change, a healthy self-esteem, growth and emotional healing and freedom, with a sense of direction, purpose, empowerment, and fulfillment. Together, we can get through anything. Allow me to help you through your struggles and take this journey with you!
(720) 466-2919
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Giron Counseling LLC, Counselor  in Aurora
“My experience is in providing individual, couples, and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Areas of expertise include: Anxiety, Attachment Issues, Depression, Family, Grief and Loss, Marriage/Couples Counseling, Relationship Issues, Self-Esteem, DBT and suicidal/self-harming behaviors.
(720) 836-1029
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Ronnie Vasquez, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Aurora
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, LMFTI, CFI
“With life going as fast as it does sometimes we just feel like we can't keep moving forward in our situations. I am here to help people get unstuck from the stickiness of life, love and work!!!
(720) 358-2865
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Lisa Michelle Griffiths, Psychologist  in Aurora
“* Individual, Couples, Family, Group Counseling *Adults and adolescents age 12+ * Children and adults of any age struggling with gender identity or sexual orientation concerns * People come in for a variety of reasons. Common problems: Relationship problems; Work or school related stress; Identity issues; Feelings of Depression or Anxiety; Grief and loss; Addictive behaviors, etc...
(720) 262-5859
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Rianna Williams, Counselor  in Aurora
“I have extensive experience working with individuals with trauma and relationship and behavioral concerns. I work collaboratively with my clients in over coming life's challenges and learning to live happy and fulfilling lives. I'm trained in EMDR Therapy, which works on addressing trauma and extreme stress that interferes with an individual's ability to process the trauma. I am also trained in DBT, which works on interpersonal relationships and emotional regulation skills. I also have a Registered Therapy dog. I know life can be busy and people have hectic schedules, so I offer evening and Saturday appointments as well.
(303) 816-3129
Aurora, Colorado 80015
Kathi Hall,   in Aurora
“Relationships are central to our lives, therefore when things go wrong, it affects every aspect of our lives. If you and your partner are struggling, pursuing support and effective tools can transform your relationship. If your relationship has ended, finding healing and growth can help you rediscover yourself and your dreams.
(720) 606-6053
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Beth Marie Parks, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Aurora
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MSc, LMFT, CLC
“For me, working with teens and their families, along with couples and individuals, is my vocation rather than my profession. I help families and teens make sense of the struggles faced by kids and their parents today. I help couples rebuild strong bonds. I guide individuals into a heightened awareness of themselves and their world. My greatest passion is helping teens, families, couples and individuals heal from whatever has brought them to my therapy room.
(303) 578-3618
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Aspire Counseling Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Aurora
“Sometimes, life brings with it complicated challenges, and it can be difficult to navigate these challenges without some support. Our journey together begins with our therapeutic relationship, and the level of rapport and trust between us. I believe in providing non-judgemental acceptance at all times. I hold a Master's degree in Clinical Pychology from The University of the Rockies. I have also completed my doctoral coursework in Clinical Psychology. I provide support, therapy and coaching for all those in need, including, individuals, family, and children. I specialize in working with children, Traumatic Brain Injuries and LGBTG
(720) 606-6031
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Jenny Gennaro, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Aurora
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“My focus is to assist individuals navigate complex social or family concerns. These issues often cause family, professional, or interpersonal impairments. I want to help support individuals who are struggling with such issues find a healthier happier place. I welcome all types of families and individuals into my practice. I have experience working with gay/lesbian Individuals, couples, and teens. I am sensitive to the unique needs of same sex families as well as transgender individuals. I offer a judgement/shame-free space to discuss any concerns
(316) 854-1706
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Diem Phan, Psychologist  in Aurora
“I am a Licensed Psychologist with significant experience in providing individual, family, and group therapy to individuals across the lifespan on a wide range of presenting concerns. These concerns include anxiety disorders, mood disorders, trauma, interpersonal difficulties, family-of-origin concerns, ethnic/racial diversity issues, and grief/loss. I also have extensive experience in conducting learning disability, personality, ADHD, and parental-fit evaluations. I specialize in employing culturally-sensitive Acceptance-Commitment, Dialectical-Behavior, Cognitive-Behavioral, and Humanistic treatment approaches to assist my clients resolve emotional pain in order to live full and meaningful lives.
(720) 924-4357
Aurora, Colorado 80012
Charismatic Counseling, Counselor  in Aurora
“My approach is to offer a comfortable, confidential, & non-judgmental place for clients to get the help they need. I believe that each person has a solution as unique as their personality and therefore, I find it important to treat each situation individually without assumptions and treat the "whole" person. My areas of specialties include working with people with a history of trauma as well as addiction and military.
(720) 897-0575
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Julie R Kautz, Counselor  in Aurora
“I want to support and guide individuals or couples through stresses and transitions in life, love, and relationships. Having experienced family brokenness and personal counseling, I have come out on the other side, better and stronger. I have learned things not taught in counseling classes, and intend to be a better counselor than the best counselor I had.
(720) 506-3271
Aurora, Colorado 80014
Pam Mills,   in Aurora
“Over the years I have supported numerous clients in changing unwanted behaviors and habits including and not limited to: Cancer Patients in Chemotherapy PTSD Stuttering Panic/anxiety attacks Addictions Anger management Turret's Syndrome Trichotillomania ADD/ADHD OCD Stop smoking Night terrors Bed wetting Snoring Nail biting Pain Management Insomnia Eating disorders
(303) 343-0361
Aurora, Colorado 80014
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