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Therapists in Denver

Carolyn Coker Ross,   in Denver
“I believe in the self-healing capacity of the body, mind and spirit. If you have struggled with an eating disorder, addictions, depression or obesity or if you have chronic pain issues, you may benefit from the unique integrative medicine approach of my practice. I use the best of conventional medicine and complementary and alternative therapies, to help you on your journey to healing. I have over twenty five years of experience in practicing medicine with a focus on helping my patients change behaviors that interfere with their ability to live life to the fullest.
(520) 369-4018
Denver, Colorado 80246
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.
(720) 675-7123
Denver, Colorado 80209
John F McGovern, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“Listening to a person share their life story is the starting point for any therapeutic encounter. I am dedicated to hearing everything that a patient is trying to communicate whether that is through words or behaviors. The qualities of my patients that help them maximize their time with me are a sense of openness and curiosity, courage and humility, and trust that together we can discover a new way.
(303) 860-6007
Denver, Colorado 80246
Nichole Laliberte, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Struggling with an issue? Adjusting to changes in your life? Facing difficult challenges? Not sure where to turn? Welcome... I offer an empathic, non-judgmental space in which to address all of the above and more. My goal is to help you gain insight, solve your problems, and make the changes you wish to see in your life. Empowerment, understanding and a collaborative atmosphere are key elements in my work with clients.
(303) 963-9957
Denver, Colorado 80210
Lisa Rosen, Counselor  in Denver
“Are there days that you feel alone, overwhelmed, and lost? Do you have difficulty getting through the day? Are you arguing more with your partner? Don't give up. As your therapist, we will work together toward a new direction of freedom and hope. Life can move so fast - deadlines at work, responsibilities at home, financial stress. Together, we will work on living in the moment and finding the joy in life.
(720) 336-7613
Denver, Colorado 80203
Amity Walter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, ACSW, LCSW
“I actively work to make the process relevant and helpful for you. I have been a therapist for 15+ years so I have had thousands of conversations with clients and extensive advanced training. I know change can be challenging so I try to make the process as efficient and painless as possible. I am motivated to help you meet YOUR goals. I always offer you the insights gained from my years of experience as well as my knowledge about what helps us lead a good life. I am practical and down to earth in my approach.
(720) 636-9078
Denver, Colorado 80203
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
Carrie Hammond, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, PlayThe, EMDR
“If you are serious about getting help and committed to yourself and your relationships with others, we are likely a great match. By supporting relationships through integrative therapies, I help children / individuals, couples and families restore and repair meaningful connections with others. If you have seen other therapists and the work is not progressing, perhaps you have unresolved trauma. Trauma takes on many forms; abuse of all kinds, infertility, community disasters, death of a loved one, etc. I employ different techniques tailored to you specifically to work through these issues. I am honest, straight forward and committed to your well-being.
(303) 732-6107
Denver, Colorado 80209
William Hambleton Bishop, Counselor  in Denver
“I help people to know and to present their authentic self so that they will feel joy and fulfillment individually and within the context of important relationships. Within the safety of my therapeutic space I offer experiences which serve to increase self-awareness, compassion, presence, purposefulness, and connection; I help people to find congruency between who they really are and how they are living their life.
(303) 732-6149
Denver, Colorado 80237
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
Joyce Lyn Fine, Psychologist  in Denver
“Much of my work focuses on helping clients understand what causes them trouble in various aspects of their lives so that they can choose better personal or work relationships for themselves and better negotiate for themselves within their relationships and in their work. Anxiety and Depression are two "labels" that often bring people into my practice and then together we break down what those "conditions" stem from in their particular lives. Two sub-specialities that I work with are work-family balance and psychological/psychoeducational testing. In individual therapy I work with adolescents and adults. I also work with couples and families.
(303) 720-7197
Denver, Colorado 80230
Sherryl N. Weston (Vigil), Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW, CFI
“Se Habla Espanol--I have 30+ years of counseling & social work experience but have started a more formal private practice. I began in Special Ed, focusing on Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. My interests: domestic abuse, sobriety, trauma, sexual assault, difficult co-parenting, home & classroom-based behavioral intervention. Child Family Investigator, mediation, Populations: All are welcome. Teens and adults; Lifelong connection to immigrants/refugees & an international childhood round out cultural bond & familial ties with many of the world's cultures, including my own.
(720) 924-4737
Denver, Colorado 80212
Marie B. (Krueger) Cobb, Counselor  in Denver
“A "quarter-life crisis" is real, and incredibly common. I specialize in supporting 20-somethings in gaining the skills and confidence needed to create a future they feel excited about. In session, expect to learn new ways to dig a little deeper to uncover the beliefs that limit you from feeling awake and aware to your own life. You will be heard, challenged and unveil new ways of being in relationship with yourself and others. The conflict between reality and "wanting it all" will be explored, and you will learn how to pace expectations with feelings of success.
(303) 622-3839 x19
Denver, Colorado 80204
Miles Meason, Psychologist  in Denver
“Relationships are complicated and even the best relationships go through rough patches now and again. You may be fighting more with your partner these days, and sometimes it feels like you just get into the same argument over and over again. It can feel scary, tiring and frustrating to go from feeling connected and understood to feeling lonely in your relationship. If you are like most people you might often feel unappreciated and criticized by your partner which can feel overwhelming to try to fix.
(970) 457-4266
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
Anita Khanna, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“I look forward to meeting you, hearing your story , and making sense of all that ails you. I feel that medications can provide relief for biological psychiatric conditions, but most of the long term relief comes from working through and reworking unhealthy patterns to get better life outcomes. Treating Psychiatric conditions is an art that requires balancing the medical treatments with looking at unconscious maladaptive behaviors. Once patterns are identified, the work we do will lead to change.
(720) 463-1683
Denver, Colorado 80246
Cindy Duckworth, Counselor  in Denver
“I have become very interested in the brain's functioning powers and how people can learn to re-wire neural networks, using strategies that can calm, relax, heighten a sense of personal control, diminish the power of old patterns, and strengthen healthy neural pathways. Research now shows that talking about what is causing tension, stress, or discomfort for you is good for your brain. It is good to find a therapist, a trusted friend or clergy worker to confide in and improve your life. I work with children of all ages, adult individuals, and couples and families who are having difficulties.
(303) 900-5584 x153
Denver, Colorado 80222
Karen Moreau, Counselor  in Denver
“It requires courage, discipline and commitment to begin the journey of self-discovery. I want to help guide you to achieve your goals.
(303) 578-9980
Denver, Colorado 80209
Rosa Flores, Counselor  in Denver
“Se siente agobiado/a? Are you tired and overwhelmed? Necesita desahogar sus tristezas? Do you need to talk about your sadness? Llameme para ayudarle con sus estragos emocionales. Please call me to address issues related to your psychological needs. No tiene por que sufrir a solas. You don't have to keep suffering on your own. Ofrezco ayuda para terapia individual, familiar y de parejas. I offer individual, family and couples therapy. LLameme ahora mismo y empiece el camino hacia una vida mas plena y feliz. Please call and see if you can start planning on having a healthier and happier life.
(303) 579-1206
Denver, Colorado 80246
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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.