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Therapists in Denver

Jeffrey I Dolgan, Psychologist  in Denver
“I have been licensed since 1970 and am currently Senior Psychologist at The Children's Hospital of Denver. I Chaired the State Board of Examiners in Psychology for eight years. In my private practice I work with children, adolescents, and adults. My solution focused orientation helps patients to manage stress, resolve conflicts and make behavioral changes which are more self-helping. I am able to conduct full psychological evaluations to assist in diagnostic clarification, treatment planning and dynamic understanding. My work is ethical, grounded in tested methods and down to earth.
(720) 316-7088
Denver, Colorado 80218
Kyle Steinke, Counselor  in Denver
“Whether you are working through symptoms of a mental health diagnosis, substance use issues, relationship or family conflicts, or feeling out of place in the crazy world we live in, I am here to help. I encourage a collaborative process between the client and therapist and believe the therapeutic relationship is the most important aspect of the therapeutic process. I believe each client differs in many ways and that there is not one type of approach that works for everyone. We will work together to help you meet your goals and find the best treatment approach that works for you.
(720) 454-0439
Denver, Colorado 80211
Patricia Skinner, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a therapist in private practice in the Denver, Colorado area. My mission is about prevention. I help step families survive. Specifically, I teach parents how to create strong and rewarding second marriages, and find ways to avert crises within the step family. My three seminars are entitled: Empowering Step Families. In addition, I offer support groups for partners in step families, and I see individuals and couples in my private practice. You can hear me on The Dad's Show, on the radio and internet. Click on www.stepparenting.com for more information.
(303) 816-8891
Denver, Colorado 80224
Florian Ezui, Counselor  in Denver
“"Welcome" I approach therapy as an art rather than a science by focusing on you to meet your unique needs. My goal in therapy is to help you foster a healthier understanding of yourself and your emotional state. It's my duty as your therapist to provide a compassionate, non-judgmental space where you feel free to express yourself. I have an extensive experience working with people from culturally diverse background and from all ages.
(720) 465-8996
Denver, Colorado 80219
Nicole Sidebottom, Counselor  in Denver
“I approach therapy from an integrative perspective, helping my clients find purpose, meaning, and hope in pain and difficult circumstances. I believe that holistic care includes attending to the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual aspects of a person. I see the therapeutic process as a dynamic relationship in which the therapist and client journey together toward growth and healing.
(303) 569-4536 x91
Denver, Colorado 80204
Vincent Walsh, Counselor  in Denver
“We all experience difficulties in life. My goal is to help you replace anxiety, stress, and sadness with joy and improved relationships. In 30+ years of practice, I have brought compassion, respect and knowledge to helping others discover they can have a more joyful life. I truly believe that you have the inner strength and wisdom to have the life you want. In our work together, I will help you tap into that wisdom and develop it further.
(720) 903-2962
Denver, Colorado 80221
Julia White, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Congratulations for having the courage to search for help navigating your emotional life. Making that first call is often the hardest step. I am a licensed clinical social worker who works with a variety of clients dealing with emotional and relational challenges. Some are dealing with anxiety, phobias or depression that they don't completely understand. Others are having relationship problems with a significant other or family member. Many people would like to have more satisfying connections with others in their lives. Some of the clients I work with have addiction issues which serve to temporarily cover up the pain or emptiness they are feeling.
(720) 863-6215
Denver, Colorado 80224
Larry Liebgold, Counselor  in Denver
“It takes courage to seek counseling help when your life isn't going along as you'd hoped. I use my years of training and experience to create a safe, compassionate, connection where we can explore the roadblocks to a satisfying life. If you're feeling stuck or dissatisfied, call me. Let's roll up our sleeves and create something more rewarding.
(720) 330-4840
Denver, Colorado 80205
Crystal Wildes, Psychologist  in Denver
“I have a passion and desire to help individuals and families find the happiness and change they are seeking. With an optimistic belief about the human spirit, I believe the therapeutic relationship and experience are powerful catalysts to positive growth. I enjoy the flexibility and authenticity that being in private practice allows for and appreciate working with clients at their pace to reach their unique goals. I take an integrative approach to my work with an attachment based, systems perspective focused on issues related to trauma.
(720) 961-2651
Denver, Colorado 80203
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
Sam Kohlenberg, Counselor  in Denver
“I've been a good fit for people who have a hard time fitting in. I am privileged to work with a variety of people and issues including anxiety, depression, crisis, trauma, and relationships. I specialize in working with gifted teens and adults, as well as teen and adult ADHD, and the 2E (High IQ + another diagnosis) community.
(720) 608-4066
Denver, Colorado 80203
Kirk S Johnson, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe we have the answers to our questions and issues within ourselves. As a therapist, my role is to help you unveil these answers. I want to help you work on issues related to trauma, grief and loss, addiction, mental illness, life transitions, and life coaching. People Iíve worked with describe me as authentic, sincere, and compassionate. I understand from my own experienceóand those whom Iíve worked with--what suffering and struggle mean and how debilitating it can be. I want to help you work through your issues so you can begin to live a more meaningful and satisfying life.
(303) 747-4758
Denver, Colorado 80222
Joni Handran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, PhD, LCSW, CACIII
“Right now I am accepting clients who have BCBS/Anthem, Denver Medicaid, or BHI Medicaid. I am a compassionate, down to earth individual who has over 10 years working with individuals facing stressful life events. People come to see me because they are having troubles dealing with excessive anxiety, sadness, grief, low self-esteem, or relationship issues.
(720) 457-6564
Denver, Colorado 80211
Karen Rosica, Psychologist  in Denver
“I have been in private practice since 1976. Most of the people I see want to alter repetitive patterns in life and love they cannot seem to change. Some have been in therapy before. I find change to be a challenge because we tend to see what we already know. The therapeutic process should offer a partnership during which new ways of seeing and experiencing develop because of the different perspectives that the relationship offers. Recently I have found Skype to be useful for those with unusual schedules or locations as well as face to face visits.
(303) 578-2931
Denver, Colorado 80202
Darcy May Holladay, Counselor  in Denver
“Finding balance in your life can sometimes feel like an uphill battle. Current life stressors and very old wounds can influence our ability to make decisions that are good for us. It seems that the struggle for balance can be thrown off by unlikely decisions on what you ate, when, and how much. Food at its very base is how we nurture ourselves, and when unbalanced it can shows up in self-destructive eating that makes you feel worse. Developing a way to nurture yourself and feel better can be as easy as what you put in your body!
(303) 647-4336
Denver, Colorado 80203
Ronny M. Zarb-Cousin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFTC
“I provide one on one in-home and community-based specialized therapeutic support to improve functioning and quality of life in all individuals. I believe that each person has unique strengths, skills, and abilities. Sometimes we get "stuck" in our life, which indicates that we have yet to find the proper amount of support to flourish. It is my job as a compassionate, highly trained psychosocial recovery specialist to help people achieve their goals through coaching, therapeutic support, guidance, and education.
(720) 633-9149
Denver, Colorado 80222
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“My clients, whether individuals or couples, seek counseling when, after much thoughtful consideration, they are unable to get clarity on the nature of there problem or problems and/or have been unable to find reasonable resolutions that allow them to move forward in their relationships and their lives.My clients tell me that they appreciate my ability, thru the counseling process, to frame their problems in a way that gives them greater clarity on how to proceed and/or different perspectives leading to alternative solutions that open up greater opportunities to a more fulfilling , creative and satisfying life.
(303) 900-5921
Denver, Colorado 80293
Eva Szucs, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you are struggling with bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, panic disorder, grief and loss related issues, or have been involved in unhealthy relationships and wish to develop the skills to maintain healthy relationships, contact me. Through a combination of therapeutic techniques, I will help you gain insight into your current problems and past experiences, and will work with you on developing new skills to manage life's stressors.
(720) 549-9983
Denver, Colorado 80222
Beth Strong, Counselor  in Denver
“I blend a traditional approach with a strong background in holistic and spiritual orientation. I work both short and long term, specializing in relationships, life meaning and personal fulfillment, midlife crisis, divorce, and blended families. I'm fascinated by the life transitions people make, their personal growth,and how we use creativity to overcome depression. I have trained as a life coach and help people shift from a place of being stuck. I also focus on helping those with a history of abuse to learn the steps of building healthier relationships.
(303) 900-7001
Denver, Colorado 80209
Kimberly Donars, Counselor  in Denver
“I seek to empower my clients by offering them tools for expression and the release of unwanted thoughts, patterns, emotions and behaviors. Would you like to let go of whatever holds you back from living joyfully? Relationship issues, grief, loss, sexual and gender identity issues, chronic pain, and overuse of substances can be confusing, overwhelming, and hold you back from being who YOU want to be, living the way YOU want to live. Do you have Attentional and Focusing Challenges (AD/HD)? Or perhaps too much anxiety? I have experience and tools to ease you into a more peaceful life.
(720) 466-2785
Denver, Colorado 80218
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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.