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Family Counseling Therapists in Denver

Deborah Fishman, Psychologist  in Denver
“Do you need more of a sense of connection with others in your life? Are you looking for more balance and more skill in asserting your needs? Are you struggling with feelings of depression, anxiety, or insecurity? Therapy can help! I work with individuals, couples, and families, helping them strengthen bonds with those most important to them. At the start of therapy, I believe it is critical to experience a good fit with your therapist in an environment that is safe, non-judgmental, and collaborative. This important connection starts the process of building deeper bonds with others.
Family Counseling
(303) 900-5900
Denver, Colorado 80224
Chelli Pumphrey, Counselor  in Denver
“Survive. Heal. Thrive. That's how I see therapy. People survive difficulties, and sometimes even the unthinkable. Sometimes we get stuck in old, unhealthy patterns. Sometimes a traumatic experience keeps people living in fear and anxiety. I am skilled at helping people get to their core issues quickly, without months or years of therapy. I believe everyone has the strength and ability to heal and to thrive. I will work with you to find your inner strength and happiness. My warm, direct, and compassionate style helps clients feel comfortable, understood, and safe.
Family Counseling
(720) 763-9301
Denver, Colorado 80206
Megan Hart Ness,   in Denver
“Do you feel that you are strong and capable, and other times feel so out of control and vulnerable? Do you look at your life & wonder how you got where you are? Do you feel like you just don't "get" life the way that others seem to? I have helped people just like you to navigate the path to answer questions like these. I count it a pleasure to walk alongside you as you discover what is holding you back from living the life you want to live. I work with individuals as well as couples and children.
Family Counseling
(303) 500-1987
Denver, Colorado 80223
Deidrea M Anderson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ADC
“Many challenges occur in our lifetimes. As, an adolscent we struggle and fight to be seen as an adult. As adults, we struggle with the responibilites and challenges of the relationships we experience. As older adults, we begin to desire a legacy and a need for peace. I would like to help you find your authentic self, while navigating this world with a sense of peace and joy.
Family Counseling
(805) 328-6335
Denver, Colorado 80218
Jill A Carstens, Counselor  in Denver
“"Sometimes you have to get knocked down lower than you have ever been, to stand up taller than you ever were." Adolescence is hard enough in the best of circumstances and exponetially harder when dealing with biological, environmental, or traumatic experiences. I've worked with teens in schools, wilderness programs and residential settings. While the setting may have been different, the struggles remain similar. I can offer a place of refuge for you, your teen and your family to regain the connectedness and health you desire.
Family Counseling
(720) 548-2478
Denver, Colorado 80218
Andy Smith  in Denver
“Through the years I have come to believe that there is a group of people for whom regular therapy does not suit very well. For many they thought of sitting across from a therapist and share your feelings is not only terrifying but absolutely against their nature. My practice is targeted towards these individuals. It may be men, women, who are more "do-ers" than talkers, or children and play therapy.
Family Counseling
(303) 396-4868
Denver, Colorado 80205
Julie Gladnick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My goal is to offer a supportive and nonjudgemental space to express and explore your struggles, fears, and anxieties. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I am passionate about helping individuals find more satisfying relationships with themselves and with others. Whether you are battling ongoing feelings of insecurity, anxiety and depression, a new or expecting mom battling anxiety of the unknown, body image, or relationship issues, or a professional or recent graduate facing a difficult life transition, I would love the opportunity to help you in your journey to a more peaceful and joyful life.
Family Counseling
(720) 457-0407
Denver, Colorado 80211
Joey Tadie, Psychologist  in Denver
“Every new client receives a free consultation. I excel at working with teens, twenty-somethings, adults and couples in an affirming way. My clients appreciate my approachable nature and my sense of humor. I specialize in working with clients from diverse spiritual and faith backgrounds who want to integrate spirituality into the therapeutic process. I excel at helping my clients feel deeply accepted for who they are and foster a non-judgmental, healing environment which helps my clients be able to make lasting change. I have a unique specialty in helping survivors of cults make peace and find spiritual connections.
Family Counseling
(720) 675-7123
Denver, Colorado 80209
Nancy Goldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I've worked as a professional for over thirty years in the mental health field, over 20 as a licensed clinical social worker. Specialties include treating very young children, school age children, adolescents, families and individual adults. My approach to working with both individuals and families is relationship based. In recent years I've especially enjoyed working with adoptive families with a focus on attachment, with adults experiencing unresolved trauma from their own childhood and recent past and with pregnant or new mothers transitioning into this different role and possibly experiencing feelings of depression or anxiety.
Family Counseling
(303) 963-9369
Denver, Colorado 80211
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.
Family Counseling
(720) 509-9910
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.
Family Counseling
(303) 900-5411
Denver, Colorado 80224
Sasha Mizrahi, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PsyD
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, stuck, or like a failure? Do you feel like you don't belong, or have a hard time connecting with others? Have you tried making changes, only to be repeatedly disappointed that nothing's working? Whether you're experiencing depression or grief, struggling with anxiety, have difficulty controlling your temper, have a fear of being alone, losing sleep because of racing thoughts, or simply need someone to talk to, I'm here for you.
Family Counseling
(303) 622-5924 x2
Denver, Colorado 80231
Janet Koin Dampeer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“The natural course of life presents many transitions, challenges, peaks and valleys. Each of us is "hard wired" in a different way, whether it be "nurture" or "nature". There are times in our lives when we can bounce back from anything and then there are times in our lives when our resilience falls short. It can be extremely helpful to have another person offer us new perspectives, be a sounding board, be a reality check or show us the way out of the storm. I enjoy working with adolescents, adults and families.
Family Counseling
(720) 263-1878
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kathy Mackechney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in providing therapy to adoptees and their families. As an adoptee myself, I have combined my personal experience with my professional training to be able to offer a complete understanding of adoption issues and how to effectively address them. I work with adoptees of all ages and stages--from childhood through older adulthood and from that first understanding of what it means to have been relinquished and adopted, through search and reunion. I work with both individual adult adoptees and adopted children/teens and their parents.
Family Counseling
(303) 816-8012
Denver, Colorado 80203
Patti West Schramm, Counselor  in Denver
“It is my goal to provide a resourceful, non-judgmental, and confidential "safe place" to explore your needs and to work together to find solutions, growth, and healing. As a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and trained Mediator for over 25 years, I offer Faith-Integrated Counseling (as requested) to individuals, couples and families. I am client-centered and utilize strategic approaches based upon your needs. These approaches include cognitive-behavioral education, an understanding of individual development and family systems, faciitation of communication and conflict resolution, and an integrated perspective of mind, body and spirit that promotes optimal well-being.
Family Counseling
(720) 465-8918
Denver, Colorado 80222
Melissa Deveney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LCSW-C, TLSC
“To be honest, I've been doing this work for many years and I'm finally just beginning to scratch the surface. I continue to be humbled by the incredible strength and perseverance of my clients, who expand on our sessions in ways that I couldn't even fathom, only to result in life enhancement that neither of us could have dreamt of. The therapeutic process never ceases to amaze me! All my job entails is to help you tap back into your inner strength so that you can go on and continue to live into your full potential.
Family Counseling
(443) 569-6595
Denver, Colorado 80209
Christy J Malone, Counselor  in Denver
“My ideal client is someone who recognizes the value of investing in personal wellness. My background encompasses a diverse population including college students as well as populations involved in the court judicial system. Success with any person is directly related to the level of motivation to change. Synergy allows the interaction between client and therapist to explore issues preventing healing and change creating motivation and resources for restoration.
Family Counseling
(720) 330-3758
Denver, Colorado 80206
Becky Bringewatt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, NCC
“I empower my clients live intentionally so that they can get more done in less time and feel better about it. When people live and work intentionally, they are happier, more productive, and live life more gracefully and peacefully. As a business and personal coach, I help my clients improve their business and personal relationships by reconnecting with their values, vision, and passion in life. Working together we define and refine your goals so that you can make better decisions about your life and work and accomplish what you always wanted to achieve.
Family Counseling
(720) 466-2779
Denver, Colorado 80206
Cardinal Points Counseling,   in Denver
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, my work is dedicated to helping people develop healthy, productive, and satisfying lives with relationships and transitions. It can be difficult to make the decision to begin psychotherapy, I have found that those who have sought my help and guidance have achieved remarkable results. I offer confidential couseling for individuals, couples and families. My approach with relationships is understanding, kind and flexible. I also work with individual clients dealing with issues ranging from depression, anxiety and trauma to trouble with relationships,difficult life transitions and sexual orientation. Gay and Lesbians are a significant part of my client base.
Family Counseling
(720) 408-2690
Denver, Colorado 80224
Scott Hutchinson, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a caring and compassionate mental health clinician that offers a variety of services for those in need. I specialize in working with adults and adolescents, although I do have a lot of experience working with children as well. My approach is one of information gathering to get a true understanding of the problem and then one of collaboration with the client in order to determine the best treatment or treatment options moving forward. Mental Health issues can be complicated and I am dedicated to finding what is making things so difficult and offering good ways to solve the problems.
Family Counseling
(720) 496-0162
Denver, Colorado 80210
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