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Therapists in Denver

Laura Brodie, Counselor  in Denver
“My intention is to give you the support you need to make the changes you want! My 30 years of experience gifts me with a high level of respect for your process. You might want to mend an intimate partnership, recover from self-destructive and self-sabotaging patterns or addictions, or get support during a major life transition. My expertise is with Imago Relationship Therapy, EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing), The Journey Process, PACT (Psychobiological Approach to Couple Therapy), art psychotherapy, & hypnotherapy. It is my privilege to speak with you in an initial consultation free of charge.
(720) 885-9559
Denver, Colorado 80202
Linda C. Hsieh, Counselor  in Denver
“I work with bright young adults or young professionals who have felt like outsiders in some aspect of their lives. Whether you are young at heart, or in years, growing into the person you want to be and finally "arriving" requires a lot of healing, self-work and growth. Healing old wounds, developing healthy relationships and allowing yourself to feel successful and enjoy the fruits of your labor, or take action in the pursuit of what makes you come alive. Integrated, whole people are what the world needs, and your healing supports the betterment of those around you.
(720) 466-7986
Denver, Colorado 80203
Barbara Armendariz, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I believe it is important to approach the difficulties we experience as part of the on going cycle of our lives. Indeed, life is a journey. Our situations, both joyous and painful, are about of the way we travel in life. In difficult situations people usually have good intentions and attempt to solve problems with good faith and want healthy outcomes. No one purposely tries to mess up their life. However, in our own situations we cannot always see the “forest for the trees”. It is difficult to be objective in one’s own life,especially during stressful events.
(303) 900-7111
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
Doreen Dubs, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you unsure of what to look for when selecting a therapist? Nervous about the prospect of entering counseling? You're not alone. Choosing a therapist can be overwhelming. After verifying a therapist's credentials, I believe the focus should be on finding a good fit for you--someone who "gets" you--someone you feel comfortable with. I think this is the most important element for progress in therapy. To start the process, I offer a free phone consultation.
(303) 857-5880
Denver, Colorado 80202
Amy D Gray, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a compassionate, practical-minded, effective therapist who specializes in helping my clients get the RESULTS they want in a timely fashion. I blend practical, effective tools with an intuitive, spiritual approach. I worked in the private sector for many years and have an unusually strong understanding of the dynamics that affect professionals and their families. I have extensive training in couples and relationship therapy, family and parenting dynamics, workplace issues, and EMDR. I help my clients achieve healthy, active relationships with themselves and others, bringing individuals, families, and couples into greater harmony, peace, and abundance.
(720) 358-1753
Denver, Colorado 80206
20 Locations Citywide, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“EXCEPTIONAL, CARING THERAPISTS and 24/7 ONLINE SELF-SCHEDULING in and around the entire Denver, CO area. (Or call our courteous receptionist during business hours for immediate scheduling.) Our clinicians won PacifCare Insurance Company's prestigious Lambert award for clinical excellence four years running. At Westside Behavioral Care we are committed to helping you find a therapist who is right for you or your family. Our many qualified and compassionate counselors provide outstanding mental health services and are here to help you and your loved ones. Please call 303-986-4197 for appointments, no voice mail, no waiting, no sorting through lists. Our network includes *Licensed psychologists (therapists with doctoral degrees) *Licensed clinical social workers *Licensed professional counselors *Licensed marriage and family therapists *Licensed couples counselors *Colorado certified alcohol and drug counselors
(303) 647-4369
Denver, Colorado 80210
Karen Anderson Fagan, Counselor  in Denver
“Clients sometimes look at me sideways and say things like “you’re not like other therapists …” One person used the word “unorthodox.” My style is down-to-earth and straightforward, with a side of laughter and a box of kleenex. You come to me with a specific problem, and hire me to help you fix it as quickly as possible. I take that job seriously, and consider us partners. I've read the books and know the techniques, but you're the expert on what works for you. I'm your toughest coach and biggest cheerleader all rolled into one.
(303) 536-5453
Denver, Colorado 80224
Sasha Mizrahi, Limited Licensed Psychologist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Limited Licensed Psychologist, PsyD
“Are you feeling alone, overwhelmed, depressed, or anxious? Are you ready for life to become more satisfying and your relationships to become more meaningful? I specialize in the treatment of depression, grief, anxiety, anger, loneliness, mood and personality issues, and relationship problems.
(303) 622-5924 x2
Denver, Colorado 80231
Jill Altieri, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“It is an honor working with clients to help support their process of self-discovery and healing. I have a spiritual and holistic approach to therapy and believe that our connections through relationships are powerful and essential to our lives. Creating a positive therapeutic and trusting relationship inspires the process of self-exploration and growth.
(720) 310-2991
Denver, Colorado 80211
Evelyn Lifsey, PhD, LLC, Psychologist  in Denver
“My clients come to me because they want to tell their story to a warm, empathic professional with expertise in professional psychology. For over 20 years I have helped people overcome depression, anxiety, and addictions. My clients have found a new window to the world and have overcome fears and frustrations in marriage, parenting, and personal relationships. Whether very young, very old or in between, I can help you overcome obstacles and manage conflict, so that you will experience greater happiness and satisfaction.
(303) 900-7440
Denver, Colorado 80210
“I love to work with bright, creative clients of all ages who are stuck in a depressed or anxious cycle that is getting in the way of living up to their potential.
(720) 580-6172
Denver, Colorado 80237
Genie Hobbs, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I combine contemporary therapeutic methods with ancient indigenous wisdom to support a connection to your heart, your inner wisdom, and your personal power to create a life that is meaningful and authentic. I completely trust your inherent ability to move towards health and healing. My education and training combines with my life experiences to create a well rounded approach that suits a variety of goals and personality styles.
(720) 636-7083
Denver, Colorado 80206
Heather Bosler Carroll, Psychologist  in Denver
“I specialize in working with children/adolescents/young adults with developmental disabilities and/or cognitive impairments. My goal is to help indiviudals and their families make connections between difficult behaviors and their underlying causes, and to find interventions that work well for the family. I believe that assessing and identifying strengths in both the client and the family is just as important as identifying the problems.
(303) 351-5886
Denver, Colorado 80224
Deborah Gauchat, Psychologist  in Denver
“Working as a psychologist for over 30 years has taught me much about life and the struggles we all face. Problem solving is really about getting to know one's self. As you figure out how to match your head, heart and actions, problems usually become manageable challenges. Therapy can help speed up this process.
(303) 900-7422
Denver, Colorado 80206
Janelle Washburne, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CST
“Life can be tough, you don't have to figure it out alone.I work with individuals and couples to live happier, healthier lives. Some problems that my clients and I work on together are dealing with relationship concerns, intimacy/ sexual issues, communication problems, divorce, depression, and more. I believe in an emotionally focused and solution focused approach to therapy. I help couples focus on communicating from the heart and then focus on what's working and doing more of that. I work at the client's pace in a positive, safe, and encouraging environment. I offer a GLBT friendly practice.
(303) 900-7342
Denver, Colorado 80237
Irina Banfi-Mare, Psychologist  in Denver
“I want you to not just feel better, but to GET better...and in a way that makes sense, is effective, and as brief as possible. Good therapy is not a temporary Band-Aid, but will help you develop skills that last a lifetime. Real change means becoming better at understanding yourself and others, more skilled in managing and expressing your emotions, and more effective in communicating in your relationships. We will clarify your main concerns and goals, identify the barriers to change, and then use your strengths and new tools to find solutions that fit your personality and lifestyle.
(303) 532-1514
Denver, Colorado 80222
Jill A Carstens, Counselor  in Denver
“"Sometimes you have to get knocked down lower than you have ever been, to stand up taller than you ever were." Adolescence is hard enough in the best of circumstances and exponetially harder when dealing with biological, environmental, or traumatic experiences. I've worked with teens in schools, wilderness programs and residential settings. While the setting may have been different, the struggles remain similar. I can offer a place of refuge for you, your teen and your family to regain the connectedness and health you desire.
(720) 548-2478
Denver, Colorado 80218
Nina Marcus Psychotherapist,   in Denver
“"are you breathing just a little, and calling it life”? … Mary Oliver. What you might really want to know about me is that you will feel comfortable during our time together. You will know that you are working with a well trained, competent therapist. I counsel people about many different life situations like resolving depression and anxiety, improving life choices, remembering strengths, and loving again. . I help couples regain intimacy and transform relationships by learning new communication skills. So, If you feel stuck , come in, sit down, and together we will bring new light, insight, and change onto your life.
(303) 351-5340
Denver, Colorado 80231
Bonnie L Gertz, Counselor  in Denver
“I am trained in EMDR and specialize in treating trauma and PTSD, as well as issues connected to addiction. Healing past trauma is key to changing old beliefs and negative feelings about yourself. I work with clients who are in early recovery and their family members, providing support with self-esteem, relationships, communication, dealing with feelings and needs, setting healthy boundaries and learning life skills to make positive changes. Whether you are dealing with substance abuse or any other emotional issue, I can help you regain a sense of self and move forward in your life in a new way.
(303) 747-4120
Denver, Colorado 80222

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.