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Therapists in Denver

Peder Furuseth, Counselor  in Denver
“I respect your initiative in exploring the possibility of psychotherapy. If you feel buffeted by the winds of change, stuck, anxious, or depressed, or if your life no longer seems meaningful, working with me may help bring you better balance, more hope, and greater satisfaction. As a Jungian Psychotherapist, I will accompany you as we work through your present difficulties to help you re-enrich your life and re-set its course. I will meet you where you are, listening patiently and openly to your needs and deeply respecting your story, life experiences, and personal potential for healing.
(303) 722-6606
Denver, Colorado 80203
Grace J Stein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
“Do you feel frustrated or alone in your relationship? Are you and your partner speaking different languages or having the same argument on repeat? Couples therapy can help! You may be feeling like you've tried everything to improve your relationship but nothing seems to change. If so, you are not alone. I will help you move though pain from the past to shift negative patterns into healthy ones. I will help you learn to communicate effectively and from a place of love, and I will fight for your relationship until you've achieved the positive changes you desire.
(720) 606-6419
Denver, Colorado 80237
Karen Wise Moore, Counselor  in Denver
“A comprehensive, quality counseling practice offering respectful & confidential problem solving for children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. I have over twenty years of experience treating adults,adolescents and children with mental illness as well as specialized experience treating an array of psychological issues. I utilize a non-judgmental and empowering approach that focuses on helping individuals access their internal strengths to cope with life's difficulties. I offer unconditional support for improved well-being while actively challenging distortions or behaviors that may hinder progress.
(720) 439-9774
Denver, Colorado 80203
Melissa Weiler, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a firm believer in the effectiveness of psychotherapy to improve self confidence and self esteem, to develop more fulfilling relationships and to set one's life course in a positive direction for the future. I try to not only help my clients find relief from bothersome symptoms but also to help get to the root of the problem that has brought them into therapy. In this way the therapy has a deeper and longer-lasting effect as clients learn how to free themselves from problematic patterns from the past and live more fully in the present.
(720) 897-0466
Denver, Colorado 80209
Amanda Mahan,   in Denver
“I have over 8 years experience working with clients to overcome life obstacles, difficult emotions, loss, pain and stagnation. I also work as a life coach, empowering my clients to make choices they need to change careers, start a new business, or transition out of a job. I have a mindfulness-based, compassion-centered approach to help you increase awareness so that you can navigate your life from feeling stuck and dis-empowered to thriving and living the life you want. There are always more options than we think!
(720) 358-2973
Denver, Colorado 80206
Dawn Shearer, Counselor  in Denver
“I will commit to you the space to question, process, feeI vulnerable and ultimately grow. I recognize the potential of your pain and your challenges. From this, I believe we can nurture the strength and wisdom you have and that you can heal and be wonderful.
(303) 622-5072
Denver, Colorado 80210
Deb Marshall, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a positive, compassionate, and clinically-trained therapist. If you are experiencing pain, anxiety, depression, loss, or want to rework/recreate a relationship in trouble, our work together can help you strengthen or gain the skills you need to bring the change you want. Resolve past experiences or trauma that sabotage your current relationships or effectiveness through EMDR. Together, we will address your specific situation and needs, and measure progress on a frequent basis to reach your identified goals. Experience new strength, joy, and resilience in your closest relationships. THRIVE! See photo (below) for correct map location.
(303) 900-5440
Denver, Colorado 80237
Joan Getz-Heller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have worked in the field of psychotherapy for thirty years and appreciate that every individual's situation and story is unique. Empathy, humor and gentle reflection characterize my therapeutic style as I collaboratively help my clients gain a sense of resolution, well being and optimism about the challenges they are seeking help for.
(303) 816-8698
Denver, Colorado 80222
Tammy 'Kaia' Bruski  in Denver
“I help individuals and couples unearth pain and disappointment they've experienced in life and support them in a holistic approach to healing. Therapy is designed to improve one's sense of well-being, peace, authenticity and life satisfaction. In relationship work, I address issues such as intimacy, trust, communication, conflict resolution, personality styles and alternative relationships/sexuality. In individual work, I focus on personal meaning, anxiety, emotional pain, self-defeating patterns, and healthy boundaries. Please visit my website at www.noscounseling.org to review my blog, services, office hours, and rates. Thank you.
(720) 924-4684
Denver, Colorado 80210
Philip Thomas Prewitt, Counselor  in Denver
“I have worked with struggling individuals and families for nine years, on a wide variety of issues. With an empathetic and practical approach, I help people identify and understand how their beliefs (about themselves, others or life) contribute to their challenges and how they can change those beliefs to live healthier lives. For parents who are frustrated with their son or daughter and for children (both minor and adult) who grapple with depression, substance use, defiance and school performance (including ADHD and ADD), my background, experience and passion offer an ideal fit.
(720) 358-2988
Denver, Colorado 80207
Lynnette Cooper, Counselor  in Denver
“As a woman with a great deal of life experience, I work with women in transition from empty-nest, the pain and heart-ache of divorce, parenting issues, loneliness, purpose, and other life-stressors. I also work with couples who are struggling to stay together and find themselves drifting apart. Lastly, I work with adoptive families, parenting issues, and teen life struggles.
(303) 732-6158
Denver, Colorado 80237
Glen Willis, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a down to earth, skilled therapist who really does listen and care about each of my clients. I'm compassionate, direct, and I'm not afraid to offer constructive feedback. We will work together and I will help you put together a plan of action because I understand your need to begin feeling better as soon as possible! I work with adults, couples and adolescents on challenges such as: divorce, anxiety, depression, relationships, self-improvement, infidelity, life changes, and the extreme difficulties that come with being in relationship with someone who has Borderline Personality Disorder.
(720) 213-5517
Denver, Colorado 80218
Randi Smith, Psychologist  in Denver
“Clients who benefit most from working with me are interested in gaining self-awareness, improving interpersonal relationships, and enhancing how they experience life. Therapy with me often focuses on understanding emotional patterns and developing new coping strategies. Sometimes therapeutic work is aimed at resolving a current crisis; many clients find, though, that linking past experiences to current issues is often helpful in promoting personal growth rather than just fixing a situation.
(303) 835-7062
Denver, Colorado 80218
Melodye Feldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I provide a safe and respectful space for clients seeking to make meaning out of life. We explore the perspective you bring as we address issues in your life. Providing a warm, inviting environment I create an opportunity to work on life transitions and issues that affect relationships. I work with individuals and couples of all ages passing through developmental life stages that cause stress, anxiety, depression and confusion. I begin where the client is while exploring the many diverse feelings that come with change.
(303) 622-3734
Denver, Colorado 80210
Jerra Tonjes, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you finding yourself dissatisfied with areas of your life? Have you exhausted your ideas to overcome this dissatisfaction? Personal growth through psychotherapy can provide the clarity and outcomes you are searching for. I collaborate with you to produce a more meaningful understanding of yourself, which we will then use as our foundation to explore how your life is a culmination of your strengths, weaknesses, and where the opportunities are to change your life. I remove the sterile, clinical environment and replace it with a comfortable, nurturing atmosphere, which facilitates healing, growth, and lasting change.
(505) 466-5673
Denver, Colorado 80203
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
“I enjoy working with men, women and adolescents who are experiencing a multitude of different issue and I have experience working with people from a large variety of different ethnic backgrounds. I specialize in trauma, behavior issues, co-occurring disorders, grief and loss, anxiety and depression, and victims of sexual abuse. I have experience in providing individual as well as group counseling for issues such as: abuse, trauma, alcohol and drug abuse and grief.
(303) 731-4145
Denver, Colorado 80231
Ginny Swem  in Denver
“Does your happiness and self-worth yo-yo up and down depending on the current circumstances of your life? When something which you have no control over goes wrong, do you tend to blame yourself even when you know, logically, that it isn't your fault? The pain of low self-esteem and perfectionism can be hard to live with and sometimes hard to escape from. I love to work with people to improve their feelings of self-worth and lessen the pull of perfectionism.
(303) 747-4763
Denver, Colorado 80202
Yolanda M Esatai, Counselor  in Denver
“I view psychotherapy as a process of exploration and affirmation of one's life path, including the experiences and wisdom gained along this journey. This is just the beginning point for the psychotherapeutic process of healing and identifying one's pathway to continue the journey of personal growth, transformation and achieving balance (mind, body & Spirit). I see my role as a therapist as that of a witness and source of support and knowledge, joining with you to help facilitate the individual process of developing a deeper sense of self-awareness, achieving personal growth and transformation: to create the life you want.
(303) 720-6990
Denver, Colorado 80203
Lynn M Selby, Psychologist  in Denver
“Clarity. Choice. Change. People seek help for a many reasons: a difficult life event, decision point, a struggling relationship, a time when normal coping strategies don't work, or with the realization that we are repeating a destructive pattern. Whatever the reason, it is always in search of getting clarity about ourselves and our situation, helping us make conscious choices about how we live, and seeking what is in our power to change. At its best, it lets us approach life's challenges with some humor and grace, and brings our day to day behavior in line with our best and authentic selves.
(303) 569-4573
Denver, Colorado 80206
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How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in Denver have broad skills and are able to work with a wide range of issues.

For example, if you're seeking a marriage counselor in Denver you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in Denver and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in Denver or family therapy in Denver.

How to find a specialist?
If you're looking for specialist counseling in Denver, such as a child psychologist or sex therapist, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.

What method of therapy is right for me?
When it comes to treatment methods, there's no "right way". A couples counselor or a family counselor may use different treatment methods depending on the one that works best for you.
How to use my insurance?
Many therapists accept health insurance. Check to see if your insurance is covered. Feel free to discuss this when you contact the therapist.