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Therapists in Denver

Peter Berndt, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“Stress can kill. Mitigating the effects of stress on health is at the core of my work. I am a general adult psychiatrist with special interest and expertise in psychoimmunology. That subspecialty focuses on stress and its impact on the immune system. I see patients who seek help with a wide spectrum of illnesses: anxiety and depression, as well as stress related medical illnesses ranging from migraine, pain syndromes, irritable bowel disease to cancer. I prescribe medication, not as a routine treatment, but only as needed, and then in the smallest effective dosage for a minimum length of time.
(303) 645-4300
Denver, Colorado 80209
Christopher Smith, Psychologist  in Denver
“Countless historic and current innovators have been or likely would have been diagnosed with autism spectrum conditions. Many successful people with these conditions believe it gives them unique advantages to problem solve they can use to overcome challenges. Current research and writings of autism authors confirm those advantages.
(720) 263-6413
Denver, Colorado 80206
Anne Macdonald Meese, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“I believe that inherent in the nature of human beings is a desire to connect with others, to be in community. Those people who reach out for counseling very often come from a place of loneliness, isolation, and a small worldview - one that keeps them from moving forward in life. People seeking therapy are often at a crossroad, sometimes facing the loss of a beloved person or maybe a relationship that is no longer what it once was. Some find themselves overwhelmed by emotions, unable to see the path ahead. Some people know they've needed help for a while, but could not reach out.
(720) 726-1541
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kristiana Avery, Psychiatric Nurse  in Denver
“I work collaboratively with clients to develop treatment goals and plans to improve overall quality of life. I take a holistic approach to treatment and aim to use pharmacological treatment in a realistic and practical way, only using medications when indicated. My most successful patients are those who enter into treatment motivated for change.
(303) 481-3451 x2
Denver, Colorado 80206
Jeff Parker, Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC, EMDR, DVOMB
“Full Provider for Domestic Violence Treatment (State of Colorado DVOMB). EMDR Trained (Trauma, Anxiety, Sadness).
(720) 336-4149
Denver, Colorado 80231
Rachel M Louden, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“It looks like you've tried to solve this problem on your own and now you're ready for some professional guidance. Come in for a free counseling session. There is no risk except feeling better! Isn't it time to improve your relationship, free yourself from anxiety and depression or find the career you've always wanted? Isn't it time to feel free, open and happy? The good news is that therapy works. I've been practicing nearly 20 years and I've seen people make incredible, lasting changes from our work together. Now it's your turn.
(303) 900-7291
Denver, Colorado 80246
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
Beth Vagle,   in Denver
“As an ADHD coach, I specialize in working with adults, including executives, creative professionals, graduate students, small business owners and parents. Using a strength-based, collaborative approach, I help them to build new habits and daily routines that address a range of issues, including organization and planning, time management, procrastination and wellness. Non-ADHD clients seeking coaching in these areas are also welcome.
(303) 647-4126
Denver, Colorado 80230
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.
(303) 396-4868
Denver, Colorado 80205
Lizanne Corbit Counseling, Counselor  in Denver
“Many clients are in crisis and seeking assistance with a specific issue: Divorce, Grief, Addiction, Depression, Medical Diagnosis, Anxiety, or Life Transition. Therapy helps treat the turmoil that is the natural result of these issues. The skills developed during therapy help clients live full, happy and rich lives. Clients generally arrive with a specific personal crisis. I work in unison with clients to facilitate a deeper, richer, sense of identity. Each individual is held from a perspective of capability, competency, and resiliency, that bring about a sense of continuity and recognition of their authentic self.
(303) 532-1827
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kali Martin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, CCHT, LMFT
“Make peace with food, your body and yourself. Feel great about your body and comfortable in your own skin. Look forward to an evening with friends, not just the next meal. Be as successful in the bedroom as you are in the boardroom. Maybe you want to lose weight, stop hurting yourself with food, stop those obsessive thoughts about eating and your body, or maybe you want to learn to feel good about yourself. I won't make assumptions about you based on the size of your body. We will focus on what's important for you right now.
(720) 288-0953
Denver, Colorado 80203
Roslyn R Steeler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Hello! I have helped many people and I promise to do my utmost to help you. My specialty is in diagnosing and treating combinations of problems and offering treatment based on current research.
(303) 835-9664
Denver, Colorado 80246
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
Maren Losh Willins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and have been practicing social work and therapy since 2003. I am qualified and dedicated to help you achieve psychological peace and happiness. I will gear our sessions together towards your goal(s) in therapy. No problem is too big or too small.
(720) 722-4396
Denver, Colorado 80209
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
Angela Clark, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you overwhelmed with relationships (ambivalence, infidelity, low sexual desire...) and life (stress, grief, anxiety, depression, ADHD/ADD/executive functions, chronic health issues...)? Can you imagine how nice it would be to no longer feel so preoccupied? What would you do with that extra energy and time? I can help you figure out how to improve these areas in your life.
(515) 200-1602
Denver, Colorado 80203
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
Jeffrey S Haber, Psychologist  in Denver
“I use a straight forward approach in an effort to help people maximize their potential, increase their joy and enhance personal integrity. Drawing on over 30 years of clinical practice, I strive to help individuals and couples navigate difficult life transitions. As a national consultant in EMDR, I work with both past & recent traumatic events and memories. My treatment approach is collaborative with an effort to set specific goals and specific treatment outcomes. My expertise includes working with both anxiety and depression. My work with trauma includes: childhood abuse and neglect, divorce, grief/loss, motor vehicle accidents and medical/health issues including insomnia.
(303) 502-5335
Denver, Colorado 80209
Richard F Spiegle, Psychologist  in Denver
“My training for my doctorate was in child and family clinical practice and I obtained post-doctoral training in forensic psychology. In addition to my clinical and forensic practice, I have provided consultation services in such settings as Head Start, Federal Corrections, and Child Protection Services and for agencies serving the developmentally disabled. A large part of my practice has always included providing psychotherapy for children, adolescents, couples, and families. I have lived in Colorado for over 35 years. I have been married for over 30 years and have seven children.
(303) 837-0776 x1
Denver, Colorado 80246
Khara Croswaite, Counselor  in Denver
“I have experience working with at-risk youth and families, including collaboration with detention, probation, and Department of Human Services. Goals are vital to the therapeutic process in order to catalyze (accelerate) positive change. Populations I serve include at-risk youth (ages 10-18) and their families. I value working with youth at risk of legal involvement, including detention and probation as well as mental health concerns for youth and family members, including anxiety, depression, Bi-polar Disorder, ADHD, Conduct Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder and family conflict.
(720) 506-2285
Denver, Colorado 80230
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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.