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Therapists in Denver

Rohini Gupta, Psychologist  in Denver
“I create a warm, nurturing and supportive environment where you can feel comfortable to be yourself and learn more about who you are, identify what you want, and take steps toward achieving your personal goals. In my work, I use an integrative approach to therapy. This allows me to be flexible in meeting your needs. I believe that many factors influence who we are and how we engage with the world. Our pasts are important and I work collaboratively with you to understand those influences and utilize interpersonal, behavioral, and cognitive strategies to help you move toward the life you want to live.
(720) 207-9698
Denver, Colorado 80206
Calyn Crow, Counselor  in Denver
“As human beings we can be complex and dynamic. Life is full of ups and downs. We all have issues and transitions we must learn to navigate. It is how we manage and resolve these issues that are important. I prefer to focus on how you want your life to be different instead of staying stuck in the problem. Discover new tools that will help you better manage what ever may come your way. Whether you are a child, adolescent, parent, or adult...effective life skills increase chances of overall success.
(303) 974-4625
Denver, Colorado 80209
Janna Phillips, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, LCSW, LAC
“I'm a family systems therapist who believes in the power of families. I highlight my clients' strengths in order to help them overcome the obstacles at hand. I believe that clients are the experts in their own lives, and I enjoy working in a collaborative way to help them accomplish their goals. I have almost 10 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families where one or more members are struggling with substance abuse as well as many other issues that get in the way of connection and happiness.
(720) 484-1852
Denver, Colorado 80237
William R Todd, Psychologist  in Denver
“I know you have having unique strengths, and my approach is to identify and draw on these strengths, and to help you find effective solutions and make positive changes. I will work collaboratively to help you achieve new insights and build a life you feel is worth living, with increased satisfaction and decreased distress. I also try to help identify emotional experiences and integrate this emotional information into healthy, effective decision-making and healing, particularly in the context of relationships with others.
(720) 608-2996
Denver, Colorado 80209
Howie Schweber, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Colorado Certified Addictions Counselor. I have been in private practice since 1986 facilitating individual and couples counseling and specializing in alcohol/drug addiction, depression, offenders, anger management and Bipolar Disorder. My treatment philosophy emphasizes Client Centered and problem solving Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapies.
(720) 316-9026
Denver, Colorado 80203
Heather McQueen, Counselor  in Denver
“My guiding philosophy, based in research, asserts that individuals thrive when they participate fully in their own health and healing process. With a variety of techniques, the bottom line to my philosophy is that healthy growth, learning, and lasting change are best achieved when they happen in the context of honest, open, accepting, and joyful relationships. There is power within our minds and bodies to heal when given the proper tools. For years, I have done research on mind, body, emotions, and spiritually integrative health and expansive well-being as relative to their roles in healing, empowerment, and embodied wellness.
(720) 466-7252
Denver, Colorado 80220
Kathy Mackechney, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I specialize in providing therapy to adoptees and their families. As an adoptee myself, I have combined my personal experience with my professional training to be able to offer a complete understanding of adoption issues and how to effectively address them. I work with adoptees of all ages and stages--from childhood through older adulthood and from that first understanding of what it means to have been relinquished and adopted, through search and reunion. I work with both individual adult adoptees and adopted children/teens and their parents.
(303) 816-8012
Denver, Colorado 80203
At Peace Therapy Centers, Professional Counseling, Counselor  in Denver
“Sometimes we just need someone to hold our hearts, without being judged. If you suffer from depression, mood disorders, anxiety, stress or trauma this can make life feel unmanageable and out of control. My job is to help you feel safe enough to learn new techniques and skills to be in control of your emotions and life. No one person is the same, therefore I use an eclectic approach to therapy. Your session will be guided by your needs and wants.
(303) 900-7106
Denver, Colorado 80222
Vanessa Lewis Counseling Services, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“My counseling service offers an ethical practice with experience in empirical based treatment techniques and an open caring approach to partnering and identifying your goals. I invite you to call and discuss your objectives and my theraputic offerings. I work from a personal strengths perspective with knowledge specifically in the illness model, grief and life transitional experiences; also known as life opportunites.
(720) 636-9455
Denver, Colorado 80206
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
Jamey Collins, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 27 years of experience as a therapist helping people navigate and heal their inner and outer lives. My style is collaborative, creative, interactive and personable. I can help if you are anxious, depressed, distressed in your relationships or find yourself dealing with loss, transitions or spiritual issues. I work from eclectic, client-centered, holistic models individualizing therapy to suit the needs of my clients.
(303) 900-7340
Denver, Colorado 80203
Keith Manchester, Counselor  in Denver
“Simply put, if you or someone you know needs help dealing with the variety of stressors that come with life, I would value to opportunity to help. In my practice I attempt to refrain from judgment and am not motivated to find a diagnosis to label you with. We live in a world that often reacts to dilemmas instead of being proactive. Even if you feel your issues have not become too cumbersome, I'd be privileged to discuss why you are checking out my bio for potential counseling services.
(720) 608-2805
Denver, Colorado 80211
Heather Trish, Counselor  in Denver
“Rocky Mountain Counseling Group Inc. provides individual, couples, and family counseling in a safe and comfortable setting. Whether you are returning to therapy or considering services for the first time, compassionate care will be given to your goals for treatment.
(720) 213-5091
Denver, Colorado 80209
Candace Harris, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“To lose faith in yourself, the future, the healing force of the human spirit is a terrible tragedy. In my work with adolescents and adults, our task is to re-ignite that vital life force. Through reexamining the past we remove old blocks, make sense of today's issues and work through self-destructive patterns. My training in Humanistic Psychotherapy and Jungian studies,EMDR, Family Systems Theory and Focusing enable me to draw from a wide range of interventions and interpretations. I also have worked extensively in the realm of addictions and eating disorders using a 12 step model.
(303) 900-5908
Denver, Colorado 80210
Christina Bokenkamp Hruby, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe that in using insight oriented therapy, the individual develops a greater capacity to understand and work through their struggles. Vitality Counseling's empowerment model allows the individual to take greater ownership of their struggle and in doing so identify ways to regain control of ones life. Through the empowerment model, I will help you to identify your current internal conflict and/or stressors, bring greater awareness to how these struggles and choices are impeding ongoing growth and support you in the journey of making difficult changes and accepting different outcomes.
(720) 440-7662
Denver, Colorado 80222
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“I have been in general practice for 25 years plus with a speciality in alcohol/ drug counseling and interventions. I conduct a 6 week co-dependency education and therapy program for family members and friends of drug addicts.Other therapy issues that i can treat are; depression, anxiety disorders, grief and loss, self esteem, parenting issues, post tramatic stress disorder, gay and lesbian issues and career issues. I accept most major insurance carriers as well as self pays. I treat individuals, couples, children/adolescents and families.
(720) 439-4670
Denver, Colorado 80206
Soaring Spirits Counseling, 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 80222
“Psychotherapy is much more than the removal of symptoms, it's learning to fall back in love with your life! I work with adults, aging adults, and adolescents who are worried or depressed about their current life circumstances, who may have symptoms of anxiety, depression, learning disorders, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders, brain traumas, Autism spectrum disorders, which includes Asperger's disorder, and all emotional concerns. I also specialize with SENIORS who are concerned about changes in their cognitive capacities. Learn the difference between a normal aging processes and dementia, and learn to embrace each day.
(720) 608-5937
Denver, Colorado 80203
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist
“Psychotherapist with 30-years experience. Specializing in compulsive behaviors including the full range of addictive behaviors, obsessive/compulsive disorders and eating problems. Certification in addictions. Also specialize in couples counseling and relationship issues. The appropriate therapeutic interventions are determined by individual needs and assessment but cognitive behavioral techniques and problem solving are primary modalities. Professional experience has included health care management, supervision of graduate students and staff, and EAP (employee assistance program) work.
(303) 900-7336
Denver, Colorado 80206
Susan Weinstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW
“I have a keen interest and passion for working with 'tweens', teens, and twenty-somethings. I always work from a strength based and family centered perspective. I work with 'tweens', teens, and twenty-somethings who seek treatment for life experiences such as: anxiety, depression, sexual, physical, or emotional abuse, social isolation, teen friendships/bullying/dating, teen parenting, teen pregnancy counseling and support, low energy, stress, panic attacks, a traumatic event or other stressors, self sufficiency development, divorce, low self esteem, ADD/ADHD, mood dysregulation, oppositional or angry behaviors, and relational and attachment issues.
(720) 583-8711
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.

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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.