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Therapists in Denver

Lynn Rosdal, Psychologist  in Denver
“I have worked in the field of psychology for 30 years and I appreciate the courage it takes to make that initial call for help. Patients tell me they feel understood and are surprised to discover that our sessions are often filled with as much laughter as tears. I'm proud of my reputation for quickly connecting, assessing issues and working together to find resolutions.
(303) 694-9236
Denver, Colorado 80246
Amy M. Carbone, Counselor  in Denver
“I offer an initial consultation, either by phone or in person, at no charge . . . . Why? Because research shows that one of the best predictors of success in therapy is the quality of relationship you develop with your therapist! So the first thing we need to find out is if you feel comfortable talking to me - and the only way we can do that is by talking! The next thing we need to know is if I specialize in what you need. A good therapist doesn't specialize in everything under the sun.
(720) 316-0892
Denver, Colorado 80203
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
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
Kate Elizabeth Colon  in Denver
“I provide therapeutic services for children, adolescents, and families to address a wide variety of presenting concerns. Specialized areas of treatment include anxiety, depression, adjustment-related difficulties, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism spectrum disorders, attachment disruption, and traumatic stress. Throughout my clinical training, I have worked with children and teens for over six years across a number of settings including community mental health centers, hospitals, schools, and private practice.
(303) 622-5524
Denver, Colorado 80224
Cheri Kimple Travis,   in Denver
“Life can be hard. Sometimes we have to reach outside of ourselves for help, even though it can be scary. I work with adults, couples, kids and families to help find solutions to life's tough problems. I am highly skilled and work in a compassionate, patient and creative way to resolve problems including depression, low self-esteem, addiction, divorce/co-parenting, problems with kids (play therapy) and more. I believe it is the relationship between therapist and client that allows the healing to take place and place great importance on building a close, trusting relationship with clients.
(303) 578-3522
Denver, Colorado 80218
Cardinal Points Counseling,   in Denver
“As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, my work is dedicated to helping people develop healthy, productive, and satisfying lives with relationships and transitions. It can be difficult to make the decision to begin psychotherapy, I have found that those who have sought my help and guidance have achieved remarkable results. I offer confidential couseling for individuals, couples and families. My approach with relationships is understanding, kind and flexible. I also work with individual clients dealing with issues ranging from depression, anxiety and trauma to trouble with relationships,difficult life transitions and sexual orientation. Gay and Lesbians are a significant part of my client base.
(720) 408-2690
Denver, Colorado 80224
Jill Oulman  in Denver
“Emotions can run high when you're trying to conceive. Fertility treatments and miscarriages can leave you feeling out of control and affect your self-esteem and relationships. I work with clients in all stages of the Reproductive journey. From infertility treatments to pregnancy and post-partum; each stage brings unique challenges. Having a support system like a therapist can help navigate the feelings of isolation on your journey.
(303) 974-4683
Denver, Colorado 80230
Meghan Scanlan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MEd
“I have over twelve years of experience working in the mental health field. I received my MSW from Washington University in St. Louis with a specialization in family therapy and completed my masters in education while teaching elementary school to underserved children as part of Teach for America. I am a proud graduate of the University of Notre Dame. I continue to be an active learner and have participated in many trainings- most notably EMDR, Karyn Purvis's Trust Based Relational Intervention, Gottman's Couples Therapy, Bruce Perry's Neurosequential Framework, DBT, and Heather Forbes's Beyond Consequences.
(303) 872-9163
Denver, Colorado 80210
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
Nicole Emick Herrera, Counselor  in Denver
“"If only we could communicate better!" "I never feel heard." "If we have to argue over that one more time!" Do these statements describe you and your partner? I can help! I work with individuals and couples who feel as though they have tried and tried to fix the problem and just cant come up with the solution. It is time to KNOCK IT OFF! How about we make your relationship feel the way you want it to feel.
(720) 548-2767
Denver, Colorado 80205
Sara Nasrin Yazdi, Counselor  in Denver
“You might have realized that there are many ways in which you cope with aspects of your life that no longer serve you. You may distract yourself through work, relationships, achievement, alcohol and drugs, food, material gain, and sex, among others. These strategies might have worked in the past and perhaps they have lost their effectiveness now.
(720) 606-2405
Denver, Colorado 80210
Greg McHugh,   in Denver
“I will listen to your concerns about the issues and themes you want to bring healing to. Then I will help you relax into a deep healing state where you are conscious but aware of the causal trauma of this or a prior life that resides in your soul's memory. Then we shall bring in the presence of the Divine to touch that trauma. This will bring dissolution of both the trauma and the patterns of experience that brought you to see me in the first place. You can find more detail on my work at www.gregmchugh.com.
(303) 622-5669
Denver, Colorado 80210
John St Clair, Counselor  in Denver
“I work from a Client focused,existential perspective which simply means that the difficulties encountered in a life whether predisposed, traumatic or self imposed often can lead to self doubts and crises of meaning. This left unaddressed can manifest as stagnation, destructive repetitive decision making and feelings of pointlessness. I like working with a client who enjoys a sense of adventure toward life's unfolding, identifying its roadblocks and collaboratively exploring fresh, more fulfilling choices and responses to experience.
(720) 308-8630
Denver, Colorado 80210
“Life can often break us down and leave us feeling that we are defined by our weaknesses, mistakes, circumstances and failures. But underneath those stories lies a beautiful spirit that longs to be free. I'm here to tell you that it's possible to make peace with your story and live of a life of blissful authenticity!
(720) 903-2125
Denver, Colorado 80212
Andrew A Sweet, Psychologist  in Denver
“My specialty is working with Adults who have Anxiety problems. I prefer an open and collaborative relationship with my clients. My training is strongly scientifically based, with an emphasis on behavioral therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy methods. My efforts with you will be focused, goal oriented and ACTIVE. This is an important part of my work with you - you will have things to do between sessions. I will of course listen, consult and advise. If you are ready to work hard and make progress in a short term therapy model - I might be a good match for you.
(303) 437-9299
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kelly M Delph, Counselor  in Denver
“KDE Counseling specializes in offering professional counseling services for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families of every age, race, culture, and sexuality. Kelly Delph holds a B.A. and Masters SW Degree from Colorado State University. Currently obtaining a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology. Her therapeutic approach and experience is in Behavior Modification, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Brief & Solution Focused Techniques, Structured Family Therapy, and Psychoanalysis. Areas of Expertise: Depression, Anxiety, Divorce & Recovery, Family Trauma, Grief & Loss, Sexual Abuse, Child Development, Attachment Theory, Anger Management, Stress, Sexuality (LGBT), Gender Identity, Women issues, Race & Cultural Conflicts, Adjustment Disorders, Relationship conflicts.
(303) 835-9678
Denver, Colorado 80206
Amelia G Powers, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, ACSW
“My passion is you. I want to walk with you, understand your life and be a support when your life feels like a struggle. I consider myself a holistic practitioner and have been trained in various therapies as well as experienced many aspects of life. My path has included working with military sexual trauma, combat trauma, chronic pain, addictions, family conflict, depression, bi-polar, personality disorders, just to name a few.
(719) 359-5241
Denver, Colorado 80220
Suzie K. Jordan, LPC, Counselor  in Denver
“I welcome the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, adults, and families. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I have a Masters in Marriage, Family & Child Counseling/Art Therapy. My graduate program included training at Stanford Children's Hospital, which provided the necessary training to assess and treat all types of eating disorders. I have worked for the past 17 years at Children's Hospital Colorado in the psychiatric department, primarily with the eating disorder team. This experience had provided me with a broad variety of therapeutic techniques including DBT, CBT, FBT, Art Therapy.
(303) 963-9567
Denver, Colorado 80230
Joanna C Ioannides, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I work from a strength and client-based perspective. In addition to working from a psychodynamic and psychoanalytic approach, I enjoy working with individuals and incorporating their own spiritual beliefs and values into practice. I work with individuals dealing with relationship and basic wellness and adjustment issues. I value clients who are willing to be genuine and to work towards their own goals in their personal journey and relationships.
(720) 319-7319
Denver, Colorado 80230

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?
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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.