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Anxiety Therapists in Denver
Fears, Phobia

Charles Mac Kentnor, Psychologist  in Denver
“I take a non-judgmental, empathic, compassionate, and insight-oriented approach to therapy. Current research, as well as my experience and training help me to determine the treatment strategies from psychodynamic, relational, humanistic, existential, cognitive and behavioral approaches that will be most effective in addressing your concerns. I work to create a supportive environment that facilitates reflectiveness, creativity and that helps you increase insight into your present struggles. I believe that your view of yourself and the issues that have lead to their seeking therapy are influenced by your unique life experiences.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 924-4252
Denver, Colorado 80210
Julie Ciecior, Counselor  in Denver
“Life can be incredibly trying and difficult sometimes, and these times can be quite frightening and are not meant to be worked through alone. I believe that you are able to work through your pain and suffering to find balance, and peace in your life. It is common to feel like you may need help from a therapist and making the decision to no longer go it alone takes courage. I enjoy building a therapeutic relationship with my clients in order to work through these experiences and find some balance and peace in their lives.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 330-4032
Denver, Colorado 80211
Rick Ginsberg, Psychologist  in Denver
“As a psychologist committed to strength-based approaches, I help clients see and utilize their existing knowledge and skills to create better lives. My work with clients both supports and challenges them, affirming who they are, what they believe, and how they think they can change. I take an approach that focuses much more on possibility than pathology, and as such I help clients find creative ways to approach problems and develop personal stories that fulfill them. I consider it an honor to do the work I do, and I strive to not only respect, but enhance, clients' dignity.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 722-8408
Denver, Colorado 80210
Cristina S Schmalisch, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW
“My aim in psychotherapy is to meet you where you are. I work with many kinds of distress--anxiety, depression, trauma, infertility, relationship problems, attention problems--but I don't let the problem or disorder define you. Psychotherapy is an extended conversation that takes place without judgment. There are many skills and tools I can teach you, though perhaps most important of all is looking together at how you think about yourself and your struggle. My goal is to help you to understand your difficulties in a new way so you can heal and experience enduring well being.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(617) 936-7158
Denver, Colorado 80222
David J Smith, Counselor  in Denver
“Seeking counseling can be a difficult first step. It's hard for us to acknowledge our pain, and often we feel guilty about it. Feelings aren't good or bad, they just are--the consequences of those feelings are what we can influence. Counseling is important because it can provide a safe place to speak the truth about what we are going through. Our truth is powerful and can be a motivator for making changes to how we feel and what we do. Counseling can help us identify our values, goals, & beliefs and to harness them to help us heal.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(303) 732-6873
Denver, Colorado 80211
Laura Freshman LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“I offer evidence-based interventions targeted for real change. It is often a client's feelings of being overwhelmed, stressed, hopeless, helpless and/or worthless to make changes in how they behave that is the foundation for the best kind of change. Struggling with self-injury, depression, anxiety/panic and substance use are ideal starting points for our work together. As a psychotherapist, my goal is to meet clients where they are and, together, move forwards towards healthy behavioral choices and life affirming relationships with self and others to "support a life worth living" (Marsha Linehan).
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 724-7975
Denver, Colorado 80222
Elizabeth A Nelson, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize in cognitive-behavioral (CBT) for adults. I help you learn a set of practical tools to help with how you're thinking and what you're doing in certain situations, so you can feel better and move forward in your life. It's important not only that you feel better through our work together, but also that you know exactly what you did to get there, so you are confident in how to help yourself continue to feel well going forward.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(303) 900-7132
Denver, Colorado 80222
Ashley Banister-Riley, Counselor  in Denver
“Therapy is a team effort that is guided by the person who is an expert on their own life. I like to start the therapy process by helping people realize they are already whole individuals who need assistance uncovering and discovering those veiled parts of their life. This starts by treating people from a holistic perspective as I help them look at life as a whole rather than compartmentalizing various parts of it. My ultimate goal is to help people discover true joy, peace, and strength throughout their entire lives.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(303) 393-0085 x23
Denver, Colorado 80204
Zina Ortiz, Counselor  in Denver
“My goals as a psychotherapist are based on the belief that people want to be happy, effective and successful in their lives and that they have within themselves the resources to achieve these goals. I help my clients most effectively by accessing their internal resources to increase self-understanding, to improve decision-making, to find meaning, to solve problems, and to create paths to the lives they want.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(303) 647-4080
Denver, Colorado 80211
Li Brookens, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Are you tired of seeing yourself repeat similar patterns over and over again? Do you wonder if life will ever get unstuck for you? My approach to talk therapy offers you fresh opportunities to address those distressing patterns and experiences in your life with new ideas for implementing change. By talking through the challenges you face, we collaborate together to install new behaviors that lead to constructive coping, personal growth, increased self-awareness, and feeling more comfortable with yourself.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 663-0163
Denver, Colorado 80218
Kathleen D Robinson, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience providing individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, and psychological assessments. I enjoy helping individuals develop skills and insight to deal with life's pressures, and feel hopeful and empowered as they confront their fears to create change. My areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, self-injury, identity development, personal growth and relationship issues. I enjoy teaching coping skills to effectively deal with stress and break away from old, ineffective patterns and struggles.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(303) 782-0433
Denver, Colorado 80222
Helen E Thilly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Life transitions and stressors can be difficult and cause trouble for all of us as we move through them. I have a collaborative, supportive approach to therapy, and assist clients in gaining insight and skills in order to achieve their goals. I provide psychotherapy to both adults and children/adolescents, as well as couples, family and parenting therapy. I provide an integrative approach to treatment that utilizes a variety of techniques and theoretical modalities, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person Centered Therapy and Family Systems therapy.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 459-6244 x2
Denver, Colorado 80206
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.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 863-6215
Denver, Colorado 80224
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.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(303) 900-8672
Denver, Colorado 80206
People House, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“People House offers affordable counseling, our sliding scale therapy uses counselors who are getting their masters degree in counseling. This program is intended for clients who have a need for counseling services but lack the resources for full-priced psychotherapy. Counseling by People House interns is on a sliding scale basis at a suggested cost of $20 to $40 per hour or more depending on ability to pay. We request that clients choose the appropriate fee based on income and life circumstances. We hope all of you who want to improve your personal development, but may lack the financial resources for professional counseling, will consider taking advantage of this program - it will empower your life! Don't let ability to pay come in the way of receiving quality low cost counseling. Contact one of the outstanding interns listed here to schedule an appointment directly or call the People House office, (303) 480-5130.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(303) 536-3347
Denver, Colorado 80211
Greg McHugh,   in Denver
“I will listen to your concerns about the issues and themes you want to bring healing to. Then I will help you relax into a deep healing state where you are conscious but aware of the causal trauma of this or a prior life that resides in your soul's memory. Then we shall bring in the presence of the Divine to touch that trauma. This will bring dissolution of both the trauma and the patterns of experience that brought you to see me in the first place. You can find more detail on my work at www.gregmchugh.com.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(303) 622-5669
Denver, Colorado 80210
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.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 408-2070
Denver, Colorado 80231
Mary H. Heekin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, PLLC
“I primarily provide psychotherapy services for adults age 18 years and older and work with both individuals and groups. Within my work as an evidenced-based clinician, I collaborate with clients to set and achieve goals, enhance effective coping skills, manage stress, create and nurture positive relationships, and regulate mood and anxiety.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 463-1479
Denver, Colorado 80246
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.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 308-8630
Denver, Colorado 80210
Samantha H Monk, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), forms of therapy that have been validated by extensive research studies. Using these treatment approaches, I am committed to helping individuals solve numerous problems, promote personal growth and make desired changes to enhance life experiences. I provide these state of the art services in a private, tranquil, peaceful environment, where I collaborate with my clients to tailor treatment to their specific needs. I am here to help you, and your loved ones, enhance daily living through cognitive behavior therapy that is grounded in compassion, understanding and empathy.
Anxiety
Self-Harming
(720) 263-4360
Denver, Colorado 80246
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