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Therapists in Denver

Lily A Zehner,   in Denver
“Are you honoring your authentic self? Do you know who you are: emotionally, mentally, physically, spiritually, and sexually? A strong belief I hold as a therapist (and as a human) is that when we know who we are at our core, we can shine from this place as we go through life especially showing up in our relationships with authenticity! The Center for Authentic Intimacy provides you the space for exploration and discovery with the commitment of comfort, safety, confidentiality, and support.
(970) 414-0954
Denver, Colorado 80211
Meade McCue, Psychologist  in Denver
“The decision to ask for outside help can be a big one, but with the right tools, support, and guidance, you and your child will begin to feel a sense of relief and hope that things can, and will, get better. I work exclusively with children, teens, and families, providing both therapy and testing. I work collaboratively with my clients to provide them with opportunities to be successful in reaching their goals. I am creative, hands on, and engaging in my work.
(303) 625-9319
Denver, Colorado 80246
Antoinette L Anker, Psychologist  in Denver
“Professional. Experienced. Discreet and compassionate. Assessment/intervention/support for life's challenges and opportunities.
(720) 515-4826
Denver, Colorado 80246
Joan S. Pinhas, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed psychologist and certified marriage and family therapist with over 20 years of clinical experience. My areas of expertise include depression, anxiety, relationship issues, eating disorders, identity development and trauma. All of my training and clinical work is grounded in evidenced-based research. I primarily work with adolescents and adults (both males and females) providing individual, family and couples psychotherapy. My treatment orientation utilizes a combination of family systems, psychodynamic, and mindfulness approaches to best fit the needs of my patients.
(720) 388-1085
Denver, Colorado 80222
Katrina Reese, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LISW, MSW
“Often, the journey of counseling is initiated by a traumatic experience, at other times it can be a series of smaller trials and tribulations, either way, it can leave one feeling confused and hopeless. When one's life resources have been exhausted, it becomes time to gather new tools to cope with the challenges life throws at us. I believe you are the expert in your own life; however it can be beneficial to talk with someone who can listen from a non-judgmental stance and provide understanding, while also helping you gain insight into your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
(704) 664-1009
EJ Counseling, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a registered psychotherapist with the State of Colorado, an addictions counselor, and graduate of Regis University with a Master's degree in psychology, emphasis on substance abuse education and therapy. Currently I am working toward LAC (licensed addiction counselor) and LPC (licensed professional counselor) credentials. In addition to substance abuse and relapse prevention, my specialties include parenting, cognitive behavior therapy, and anger management. I'm a strong advocate of higher education. I believe individuals have the ability to improve quality of life at home and away, at work, at school, and in community through a philosophy of continuing education and consistent life advocacy.
(720) 548-1878
Denver, Colorado 80222
Andy Smith  in Denver
“Through the years I have come to believe that there is a group of people for whom regular therapy does not suit very well. For many they thought of sitting across from a therapist and share your feelings is not only terrifying but absolutely against their nature. My practice is targeted towards these individuals. It may be men, women, who are more "do-ers" than talkers, or children and play therapy.
(303) 396-4868
Denver, Colorado 80205
Joel Harms, Counselor  in Denver
“You have it in you to be and do what you truly desire. Do you believe this statement? Why or why not? As a Contemplative Psychotherapist, I strive to create a safe, trusting atmosphere through informed and compassionate presence. With accurate and unbiased reflection clients examine themselves, attempting to sift through and identify their values, beliefs, dreams, and problem areas preventing a more integrated and fulfilled existence. If you are a person who can't seem to get past patterns preventing you from happiness and hope, feeling disembodied, unclear who you are, what you want---------your journey starts here.
(720) 744-3458
Denver, Colorado 80203
Zach Verwey, Counselor  in Denver
“The journey of life can be a difficult one, and in the moments when we feel most stuck, we want to know that we do not have to journey alone. My goal as a counselor is to help you rediscover hope in the moments when life can feel most dark. Using an integrative approach, I will help you identify your goals and values and use techniques and interventions that will assist you in working toward them. I offer no "easy" answers or isolating opinions, but provide space to wrestle, explore, and come exactly as you are, wherever you're at.
(720) 463-1153
Denver, Colorado 80203
Mark J Wolny, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I am a Social Worker/ Psychoanalyst who has provided psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to individuals (from age 16) and couples in the Denver area since 1987. To further my skills as a therapist I completed advanced training in Psychoanalysis via the Colorado Center for Psychoanalytic Studies and the Denver Institute for Psychoanalysis. I also worked for a number of years at the Denver Veterans Affairs Medical Center and learned a great deal about people who have experienced traumatic events.
(720) 358-5210
Denver, Colorado 80246
Mary Ann McAndrews, Counselor  in Denver
“Past trauma can cast a shadow over your present and future life. Whether you are the survivor of a single traumatic experience or of repeated, long-term traumas from early in life, an abusive relationship, military or emergency responder experience, you may be suffering from chronic anxiety, depression, and problems with thinking and functioning. My primary method of working with people who have suffered trauma is through the use of EMDR, a safe, effective method of clearing out the negative emotions connected to painful memories. I also utilize more standard approaches such as CBT and SFBT.
(720) 515-5899
Denver, Colorado 80210
Susan Heitler, Psychologist  in Denver
“Looking to feel better, with less anxiety or depression? to solve a problem in your life? to enjoy a more gratifying couple relationship? If any of these goals are important to you, I would love to help you out.
(303) 900-5618
Denver, Colorado 80220
Carrie Bowman,   in Denver
“I am passionate about coaching individuals who desire more than traditional "doing" coaching. As an International Coach Federation Certified (TOP 1%) "Being Coach," I facilitate my clients discovering the critical information they need to make informed, authentic, and effective choices in their careers, relationships, and lives. Through masterful coaching, we will uncover your unique life purpose, core values, and innate strengths and talents. Instead of the one-dimensional approach to get from A to B, we clarify what you REALLY WANT that so many individuals are sadly missing, and then you can accomplish anything AND experience joy in the process.
(303) 622-3330
Denver, Colorado 80203
Laura A. Cross, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Life isn't always easy. Even happy occasions can cause emotional stress and anxiety. Utilizing resources such as counseling doesn't mean you are weak or flawed. Instead, it is a sign of courage and awareness that you believe life doesn't have to be this hard and you are willing to do the work to create change. As a client-focused therapist, my primary objective is to provide a safe and trust-worthy environment where, with warmth and compassion, I will guide you through the exploration of your struggles and help you create a more fulfilling life.
(703) 997-7026
Denver, Colorado 80209
Melanie Heto, Psychologist  in Denver
“In therapy, I like an atmosphere that is relaxed and natural, confidential and interactive. Therapy with me is a practice of gaining awareness of your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors so that you can make more mindful decisions about your life. In my experience, this has remarkable effects on diminishing anxiety and depression, coping with loss and trauma, repairing relationships, and fostering a more connected and satisfying life. I bring a mindfulness-based, broad world-view, and deep cultural sensitivity to my work and I have experience with individuals from many different cultures and facing many types of challenges.
(303) 625-6813
Denver, Colorado 80211
Briana L Severine, Counselor  in Denver
“Navigating the twists and turns of life can often prove difficult. If our level of stress is not matched with our level of support, it can often feel like we are "stuck" or not moving forward in our life. As a therapist with a specialty in psychosocial rehabilitation, it is my goal to support you to finding your way through the journey of life. I use an eclectic approach that includes coaching, mentoring, and counseling. I use various therapy modalities including Psychosocial Rehabilitation, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Brainspotting.
(562) 320-8485
Denver, Colorado 80212
Lana Gollyhorn M.A., Psychotherapist, LLC, Registered Psychotherapist  in Denver
“Lana Gollyhorn specializes in treating adolescents, young adults, families, and children ages 7+. With 17 years of experience, she is a dynamic clinician known for establishing immediate rapport with clients. Lana's treatment approach is supportive, authentic, and evidence-based. She received an M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colorado at Denver, and has extensive experience treating adolescents, ADHD, learning differences, parent-child conflict, depression, anxiety, life transitions. Lana offers parent education through dynamic and interactive lectures, and through small group sessions on a variety of parenting topics.
(720) 408-2885
Denver, Colorado 80206
“I am a graduate of Regis University in Denver, Colorado and hold a Masters in Counseling. I am a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC), a Registered Play Therapist candidate, and a candidate for a Child and Adolescent Therapy Certificate. I practice from a Humanistic perspective and feel that all people are resourceful, imaginative, and capable of growth. It is my view that individuals have answers within and the therapeutic relationship assists in finding those answers. I help to create a safe, accepting, and non-judgmental atmosphere that fosters a partnership between client and therapist in which the client can explore and navigate life’s many challenges.
(720) 445-6014
Denver, Colorado 80220
Lynn McGregor, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW, MFT
“I have built a specialized practice counseling young professionals who have decided to take greater charge of their lives. I moved to Denver after having lived around the world as a designer, educator, entrepreneur, corporate manager, and counselor with the nation's oldest counseling practice. I have integrated these experiences with my clinical credentials to create a positive atmosphere where I partner with young adults who are facing academic, social and professional pressures. Differing from traditional practices specializing in treating mental illness, I use curiosity and acceptance to help you design and achieve the lifestyle improvements you want to make.
(610) 733-1400
Denver, Colorado 80202
Erin Carpenter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I became a Psychotherapist because I love to see people enact change in their lives. I believe that we constantly strive toward health and wholeness. All that is needed is to remove the obstacles in our way. The forces that drive change reside within a place of compassion, encouragement, knowledge and optimism. This is the space that I create for my clients. My goal is to help others make sense of themselves and experience freedom from both the internal and external forces that often keep them stuck.
(720) 399-4608
Denver, Colorado 80209

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.