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Therapists in Denver

Marilyn N Wolfe, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MDIV, MA
“Whether you need help with trauma, anxiety, depression, bipolar swings, past abuse, spirituality, addictions, sustaining healthy habits, managing anger, asserting needs, coping with overwhelming stress, or overcoming stigma or oppression, you can find healing in safe space. I offer solution-focused, culturally sensitive, mind-body approaches for people who need to reset from shame, blame, or negativity; to develop care and communication; to prepare for a committed relationship; to heal after infidelity or divorce; to develop co-parenting skills after separation or divorce; or to balance adult mental health with parenting.
(720) 548-1782
Denver, Colorado 80220
Amanda B. Guthrie, Counselor  in Denver
“I have the intrinsic belief in the ability of psychotherapy to transform lives! The curative power of being listened to and understood cannot be overestimated. It is the foundation upon which all change occurs. I have witnessed psychotherapy help individuals develop self-acceptance and self-esteem by removing obstacles which previously interfered with building and maintaining meaningful relationships. My first goal in the therapeutic process is to create a trusting, safe and collaborative relationship. Through active exploration, it is my hope that you will uncover insight and gain understanding into the thoughts, emotions and behaviors that will empower and support you in transforming your life.
(303) 578-3557
Denver, Colorado 80206
Patrick O. Brenner, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“As a Marriage and Family Therapist, I provide psychotherapy from a client-centered perspective, focusing on creativity and potential for growth. Therapy is a collaborative process which begins with empathy, validation of personal experience, support, and often, humor. Creating change involves stepping outside of one's comfort zone, setting goals, and exploring creative solutions. My goal is to facilitate this process by encouraging clients, children and adults, to work toward personal ownership of their choices, values, and desired life directions. For children, the process of therapy includes consistent parent/caretaker involvement. I look forward to speaking with you.
(720) 339-8277
Denver, Colorado 80210
Justin Dentry, Counselor  in Denver
“I work with adults, adolescents and couples with a wide range of issues. My specialty is in treating trauma and anxiety but I do not limit my practice to only those clients. Primarily I work from a mindfulness and body-centered approach. I am a certified EMDR provider (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), an evidence-based therapy used to treat PTSD, anxiety, and a host of other issues.
(720) 439-3601
Denver, Colorado 80203
Amanda K Hutchison, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“Do you or a loved one need someone to talk to or help discovering inner strength? Through therapy and medications, when appropriate, I am invested in using evidence-based psychotherapy to guide families and individuals of all ages on their journeys. In my private practice, I work with children and adolescents along with their families. I also work with adults in individual and couples therapy. I would like to work with you if you struggle with trauma, depression,and anxiety or other difficulties. I hope that I can be a resource for you and your family to help foster wellness.
(720) 580-6024
Denver, Colorado 80209
Melissa A Henston, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you have been seeking solutions to problems without resolution, or you have tried therapy before without success, contact me to discuss a new path. People often look for ways to eliminate bad feelings, or ways to understand their past. You may have declared that you don't want certain things in your life; but as soon as you say that you don't want something the problems expand. I will work with you to find a workable solution - a way to live your life in accordance with your values, and to develop a willingness to be present in your life.
(720) 885-9035
Denver, Colorado 80222
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
Jeff Parker, Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC, EMDR, DVOMB
“Full Provider for Domestic Violence Treatment (State of Colorado DVOMB). DV Awareness and Relationship building. Helping couples address areas of conflict in their relationship.
(720) 336-4149
Denver, Colorado 80231
Marisol Solarte-Erlacher, Counselor  in Denver
“We all need a place where we can receive compassion and empathy in order to heal. Through the use of innovative therapy techniques, I am confident that together we can discover your path to a more fulfilling life.
(720) 399-1243
Denver, Colorado 80246
Marne Wine, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a licensed professional counselor and AASECT certified sex therapist, specializing in individual and couples counseling. Although I work with a variety of issues, my primary emphasis is on relationship enhancement and sexual health. I work with both men and women. Currently, my schedule is very full. If you can be flexible with days of the week and time of day, I will work to find a spot for you. Give me a call: 720.234.9058, or email me at: marnewine@btid.com, and we'll see when we can get you started.
(720) 439-6544
Denver, Colorado 80246
Amanda Rohrssen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, NCC
“Finding the right therapist can be hard. Suffering in silence is even harder. As a licensed professional counselor, I have trained in multiple theories of personality, and believe YOU are the guiding force of treatment. My specialized training includes working with adults, adolescents, and families struggling with a range of symptoms such as anxiety, depression, mood disorders, trauma, self-harming, and other issues.
(720) 580-6221
Denver, Colorado 80211
Ginny Swem  in Denver
“Does your happiness and self-worth yo-yo up and down depending on the current circumstances of your life? When something which you have no control over goes wrong, do you tend to blame yourself even when you know, logically, that it isn't your fault? The pain of low self-esteem and perfectionism can be hard to live with and sometimes hard to escape from. I love to work with people to improve their feelings of self-worth and lessen the pull of perfectionism.
(303) 747-4763
Denver, Colorado 80202
Jeff J Nelson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I use the Family Systems theory approach while identifying family of origin roles and patterns. Using a cognitive behavioral approach in helping clients identify thinking patterns that impact self-esteem and the choices one makes, I can guide you to new thought patterns that will raise the quality level of your life in many ways. Mood disorder therapy, including Bipolar Disorder and Major Depression, is a vital instrument for those affected. Medication assessment and management referral resources are available to compliment psychotherapy. Think in new ways, feel new emotions, live with a new view of you and your world.
(303) 653-9600
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kerry Stutzman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MSW, LMFT
“Do you wish you felt more fully alive? Do you want to feel more joy? Is real life harder than you expected? Are relationships more complicated than you wish they were? I think that hard times in life are like being stuck in a kiln... it is uncomfortable and miserable and we don't know when we'll get out. But when we do, we are stronger, waterproof, and our true colors are showing. Therapy can be a place to laugh, cry, learn and grow. It can be a place to share with someone what you are going through.
(303) 900-5829
Denver, Colorado 80237
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
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
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
Lynn M Selby, Psychologist  in Denver
“Clarity. Choice. Change. People seek help for a many reasons: a difficult life event, decision point, a struggling relationship, a time when normal coping strategies don't work, or with the realization that we are repeating a destructive pattern. Whatever the reason, it is always in search of getting clarity about ourselves and our situation, helping us make conscious choices about how we live, and seeking what is in our power to change. At its best, it lets us approach life's challenges with some humor and grace, and brings our day to day behavior in line with our best and authentic selves.
(303) 569-4573
Denver, Colorado 80246
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
Joe Elliott, Counselor  in Denver
“Over the past sixteen years, I have worked with a vast and diverse group of people in the field of human services. My work has been informed by a deep value of service to others and a consistent striving to improve the quality of life of my clients. My goal is to provide high quality psychotherapy for couples, families, and individuals because I believe that strengthening relationships is one of the best avenues to mental health. My attention to the unique circumstances of my clients, my networking other professionals, and my hard work lead clients to feel supported and hopeful that real change is possible.
(720) 506-5102
Denver, Colorado 80202

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.