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Therapists in Denver

Alison 'Ali' G. Pierucci, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Ali is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who provides compassionate individual therapy for adults and adolescents. Ali works well with clients addressing issues related to surviving trauma, who are adjusting to change or in transition, and those coping with grief and loss. She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR), Brainspotting, and utilizes therapy techniques from a variety of treatment modalities depending on the individual needs of each client. She passionately believes in her client's inherent resiliency and values working collaboratively to identify the tools and strategies that will support the healing process.
(303) 250-4454
Denver, Colorado 80212
Jamie Kleeman, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that each client is an individual and should be treated as such. Because of this I tailor my treatment modality to fit the specific needs of those whom I see. I use an integrative approach comprised of relational, person-centered, family systems, play therapy, and mindfulness techniques.
(720) 314-8832
Denver, Colorado 80218
Shara Brun, Counselor  in Denver
“The part of us that we close away for safe keeping --the messy and unpredictable part of us, the vulnerable part of us-- it is often that very part that holds the key to our self empowerment and expression. When we feel cut off or lost from ourselves as a result, feelings of anxiety, depression, frustration and loneliness can be overwhelming. My work is to find and meet you where you are verbally, historically, emotionally, and energetically. Then together we explore what that "place" is, how you got there, and the possibilities of where you really want to go next.
(720) 263-4595
Denver, Colorado 80211
Trisha Swinton, Counselor  in Denver
“I work as an eclectic therapist, using client centered therapy, family systems therapy and cognitive behavioral techniques. I provide a non-judjmental empathetic approach to counseling. When working with families; It is my belief that if one person in a system makes a change then the whole family system will change. In my work with individuals, I assist my clients in determining underlying fears that may be causing anxiety and depression; so that they can begin the healing process. I hope to empower each of my clients so that they can overcome the obstacles and struggles in their lives.
(720) 358-0896
Denver, Colorado 80203
Chris Koniarczyk,   in Denver
“It is my belief that finding the right therapist for YOU is the most important thing you can do. I go out of my way to make my clients feel accepted, comfortable, and understood. I am personable, easy going, and knowledgeable. I've worked hard to create a non-judgmental atmosphere and I accept clients wherever they are at. If you're even considering counseling, I recommend you call for a Free initial consultation. I have been working with a wide variety of clients doing Individual, Couple, Family, and Group therapy for over 8 years with great success.
(720) 897-1931
Denver, Colorado 80206
Averi L Schaubman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, BCD
“When you are overwhelmed with life's twists and turns, it is often helpful to seek the support of an objective, skilled therapist to help get "unstuck" and find new solutions. Through my eclectic approach, I will work to understand your concerns and provide the most effective means of achieving positive changes in your life. During my 26 years of clinical practice, I have learned that our behavior and mood do not change solely through talking about our feelings and experiences; rather, change is accomplished by actively engaging you in experiencing new and different responses to life's events.
(303) 835-9285
Denver, Colorado 80222
Mark T. Palmer, Psychologist  in Denver
“Losing a sense of purpose and direction can lead to anxiety, depression, anger, and feeling lost and disconnected. Emotions can become overwhelming and we may feel stuck or in a negative spiral. Therapy can be a safe place to develop the strengths and skills that transform and reverse the negativity. Therapy is about increasing self-awareness and developing personal and interpersonal skills. I believe in most cases, the strength and energy to heal wounds and solve problems lies within us. We can change our lives by confronting issues directly and engaging our inner strengths and resources.
(720) 316-7224
Denver, Colorado 80210
Ashley R Tacheny, Counselor  in Denver
“I have extensive experience providing individual, couples, and family therapy to children, adolescents, and adults. Areas of expertise include: Anxiety, Attachment Issues, Depression, EMDR, Grief and Loss, Marriage/Couples Counseling, Relationship Issues, and Self Esteem. I am looking forward to utilizing my skills and experience to partner with you to provide meaningful, lasting change. Whether this is a time of transition or you're ready to work on deeper issues, I will help you accomplish your goals so you can get the most out of life.
(720) 606-6119
Denver, Colorado 80224
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
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
Dana Fox, Counselor  in Denver
“I take pride in my commitment to helping you feel better. I will help you understand yourself better and work through blocks so that you can have more enjoyment, worry less, and function better in work, relationships, and life. I listen for what's underlying your issues and then help you find resolution. I work with you to relieve worries, racing thoughts, poor concentration, panic, moodiness, irritability, relationship problems, and work-related problems.
(303) 848-8591
Denver, Colorado 80209
Emily Althaus, Psychologist  in Denver
“As a licensed clinical psychologist I work with individuals and couples to create an individualized plan leading to self-discovery, fulfillment and greater authenticity. I work to create a safe relationship for clients to explore difficult aspects of their lives and to gain insight into recurring, self-defeating patterns. My practice focuses on helping each client to discover and build upon their innate strengths and ability to make positive changes.
(720) 288-0982
Denver, Colorado 80211
Ellen Perricone, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW
“In the course of life, you can lose sight of your strengths, potential and focus. I believe that each person has what is needed to transcend life's challenges. As your counselor I will help connect you to internal and external resources needed to find your way through the difficulties you are encountering into the fuller life you desire.
(720) 863-6178
Denver, Colorado 80212
Cindy L Wells, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that the relationship between the therapist and client is essential to positive, healthy change. Research indicates that an environment in which the client feels safe with his or her therapist provides the best opportunity for success. I provide individual, couples, family and group therapy to people with a wide range of issues. Below is a partial list of reasons why people enter therapy with me: Relationship issues; Substance abuse; Eating disorders; Family conflict; Self-esteem; Trauma; Grief; Life transitions; Aging; Work problems; Anxiety/depression; And, seeking purpose in life. I have a strong commitment to issues of diversity.
(303) 355-4665 x3
Denver, Colorado 80246
Hilary Sparrow,   in Denver
“I help men, women, and adolescents overcome challenges, heal hearts, and transform lives for the better. I say with great confidence that my clients are not alone in their challenges, and they don't have to carry their burdens alone. My solution-focused therapy helps clients solidify goals and find resources within themselves to reach those goals. With patience, persistence, and accountability, my clients cultivate greater confidence and self-esteem, more empowerment, richer relationships, and more emotional balance and health. I've helped countless men and women find the strength within themselves to thrive, enhance their lives, and overcome setbacks.
(281) 730-8910
Denver, Colorado 80237
Michelle F Cox, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“You've taken the first step! I believe your choice to engage in therapy is a sign of strength and resourcefulness. As a therapist with 23 years experience and an educator, I bring compassion, understanding and humor to a therapeutic relationship with children and adults. Whether you have identified a specific issue that is impacting your life or your child's, or if you have identified a feeling of dissatisfaction with life in general and would like support in personal growth, we can work together to realize your goal of living a life that is satisfying.
(303) 747-6785
Denver, Colorado 80211
Ralph Jones, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, EdD, EdS, DAPA, CFI, LMFT
“Can you identify with Sisyphus? The character in Greek mythology who was doomed to roll the rock up the hill, only to have the rock roll back down again? Do you feel your individual efforts have not brought the equanimity you deserve and desire? Perhaps you are now in the place where you need professional support. I welcome working with individuals who have not been able to resolve issues on their own. I will, through the use of the therapeutic process, help individuals and couples clarify their thinking, and ultimately make powerful and healthy changes in their lives.
(303) 691-5000
Denver, Colorado 80206
Matthew LeBauer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I know finding the right counselor can be difficult, especially on the internet. Even the idea of googling 'therapy' keeps people from finding the support and relief they need. But, if you've made it this far, you're on the right track. Choosing the right person to help you is the next step. I partner with everyday people facing major difficulties, helping them manage the sadness, anxiety and despair. I provide the guidance and action steps you need to move forward and feel better. I'll help you achieve your goals through hard work, strong planning and full support.
(720) 468-0676
Denver, Colorado 80209
Karen Lenzi, Counselor  in Denver
“There is tenderness and fearfulness, excitement and possibility when someone decides to begin therapy. Often, there has also been deep pain and confusion. I meet with people in a caring, non-judgmental exploration of their deepest concerns and longings. I work with men and women who struggle with the experiences of grief and loss, loneliness, immobilization, anxiety, and depression. I work with couples of all kinds experiencing challenges to their communication and intimacy and parents and children who need support creating loving structure and closeness in their busy lives.
(720) 971-2931
Denver, Colorado 80202
Adelante Familias/Forward Families, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Having an impactful counseling experience is important to you. You're looking for someone who is understanding knowledgeable, and experienced. For over 20 years, I have dedicated myself to honing my ability to provide you a counseling experience that is empowering and successful. I aim at collaboration and transparency in working with families, couples and individuals and to ensure that partnership endures throughout treatment, I asked for client feedback at the end a session and actively speak with my consumers about any changes that need to be made to improve experience.
(303) 569-6298
Denver, Colorado 80204
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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.

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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.