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Therapists in Denver

Gabriela Zorzutti, Licensed Psychoanalyst  in Denver
“Why psychoanalysis? In a world that becomes more and more demanding of standards, of success, etc. psychoanalysis offers a space where adaptation is not the goal. Psychoanalysis is not aiming to 'make you normal'. Psychoanalysis main focus is desire. Causing desire in a singular manner is what constitutes the core of the discipline. A life where desire is present is worh living, and analysis is a unique approach to get there. I am an Argentinian psychoanalyst trained in Freudian and Lacanian theory and practice. I am a PhD Candidate and doctoral researcher for the University of Buenos Aires.
(303) 562-1478
Denver, Colorado 80203
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
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
Alexandra McDermott  in Denver
“You are the expert on you, and therapy should be a collaborative endeavor. I aim to be flexible and tailor my therapeutic approach in order to best fit your needs. Together, we can work on issues that include depression, anxiety, eating disorders, stress and significant life changes, grief and loss, relationship issues, anger management, low self-esteem, and trauma. I also provide assessments (learning disability, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and personality) as an additional facet of my practice.
(720) 414-6191
Denver, Colorado 80246
Lisa Ransford, Counselor  in Denver
“I have been a licensed therapist for over 13 years. During that time, I've worked with many populations around a myriad of life issues. Whether it's a chronic issue that's been difficult to manage or a major life event, we can work together to restore peace in your life. I believe that we all have the power to create change in our lives and would be honored to help you to achieve these changes.
(303) 900-7454 x165
Denver, Colorado 80222
James R. Meyer, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over twenty years of experience treating adults, older adolescents, and couples. My primary treatment approach is cognitive-behavioral. I am a graduate of the postdoctoral fellowship training program in cognitive therapy at the University of Pennsylvania which is directed by Aaron Beck, M.D. the founder of cognitive therapy. I also have training in psychodynamic psychotherapy, solution-focused therapy and marital therapy. Since every client who comes for therapy is unique I work with him or her to develop a treatment plan that meets their specific needs and goals.
(720) 316-4402
Denver, Colorado 80224
Expert Love, Life & Career Coaching,   in Denver
“"Hi, I'm Dr. Lisa Marie Bobby. I'm here to help you change your life, and start actively creating the Love, Happiness and Success you deserve? I specialize in helping you get real results, and make lasting positive change. My background is as a Marriage Counselor, a Board Certified Life Coach and I'm also trained as a Psychologist. Whether you want to feel happier, improve your relationships, or overcome self-limiting patterns -- I'm here to help you grow into your best self."
(720) 606-4539
Denver, Colorado 80206
Maggi Fitzpatrick, Counselor  in Denver
“I believe the relationship between client and therapist is the most important predictor of success in therapy. I care deeply about my clients, and I view my role in our relationship as a confidant, friend, and collaborator. While I have education, training, and areas of expertise in various therapeutic styles and approaches, I believe my own personal experiences, values, and warm personality make the biggest impact in working with others. Therapy with me comes without judgements or expectations. Instead, I offer empathy and patience as we work together to accomplish your goals.
(720) 580-6317
Denver, Colorado 80211
Sheri Vanino, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Denver. I work with clients to develop insight and self-awareness so they may make more informed choices rather than perpetuating old patterns and habits. My work with clients tends to focus on healing from the past, increasing coping skills and building on existing strengths to move in a new direction and create change. I bring years of experience, knowledge, skills humor, and empathy to my work with clients.
(303) 625-6572
Denver, Colorado 80222
Mark T. Palmer, Psychologist  in Denver
“Losing a sense of purpose and direction can lead to anxiety, depression, anger, and feeling lost or disconnected from our selves and other people. Emotions can become overwhelming and we may feel stuck in a negative spiral. Therapy can be a safe place to develop strengths and skills that transform lives and reverse the negative spiral. Therapy is about increasing self-awareness and developing personal and interpersonal skills. I believe in most cases, strength and energy to heal wounds and solve problems lies within us. We can get unstuck by confronting issues directly and engaging our inner strengths and resources.
(720) 316-7224
Denver, Colorado 80210
Claire Dumke, Psychologist  in Denver
“Do you suspect that you or someone close to you may have Autism or Asperger's? Please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss your options. I am the co-owner of Insights-Colorado Assessment and Therapy where we offer diagnostic evaluations, individual, family and group therapy, and consultation. I am happy to answer any questions you might have. I am a licensed psychologist with over 15 years experience working with people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. I also offer IQ testing, adaptive functioning testing, as well as ADHD and full psychological assessments.
(720) 608-4502
Denver, Colorado 80203
Kseniya Bakhtin  in Denver
“People often come to therapy looking for relief from emotional pain, overwhelmed by their emotions or feeling distanced from them and numb. It is common to feel that old patterns of reacting and behaving do not work anymore, that we are going in circles, and to experience dissatisfaction with ourselves, our relationships, and with lack of meaning in our lives. I admire and appreciate my clients' courage to look inside and to engage in the process of self-reflection and exploration that can be painful and challenging, but ultimately rewarding.
(303) 848-3150
Denver, Colorado 80246
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
Denise Deherrera, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, CACIII
“Have you wanted to change something but felt hopeless inside or that your mind was willing but your gut said no way. Addiction affects all areas of our lives. Family, friends and co-workers are impacted by our behavior and our moods. Relationships fall apart, our bodies and our spirits suffer. I will help you find the clarity you need to break the cycle of addiction so you and those around you may lead happier lives. I will help you look at the impact this has had on your family and learn ways to get along with family members.
(303) 578-3854
Denver, Colorado 80231
Pam Goodfriend, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CAC, III
“I specialize in treating anxiety. Side effects include depression, insomnia, fears, worries, relationship problems and more.I help you relieve these issues through EMDR, EFT, and couples therapy, as well as teaching you skills to improve your self talk to eliminate triggers you can control. My training in Psychology and the teachings of of Buddhism, Hinduism and A Course in Miracles, gives me an east-west vantage point to meet you wherever you are. I have over 30 years of meditation and mindfulness practice and over 20 years working in mental health which translates to proven and effective benefits and powerful change in you.
(303) 732-6212
Denver, Colorado 80206
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
Jen Arribau, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you longing to feel less worried, down, or frustrated, and more excited about your life? Do you want to have more meaningful and loving relationships? We can't change your history, but we can explore the beliefs and patterns that may be holding you back from the life and relationships you want. Engaging in present-centered exercises and guided meditations can increase your self-awareness, and thus your ability to feel more content, assertive and self-confident at work, at home, and in your relationships. I've seen it happen to people many times.
(720) 608-4784
Denver, Colorado 80218
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
Rebecca Bradley, Counselor  in Denver
“One definition of crisis is: "A turning point, where an important change takes place". Are you going through a big transition in your life? Have you recently experienced loss or changes that are hard to embrace? I can help you find the right balance between change and acceptance, and find your way to a greater sense of well-being. I take a body-centered and attachment-focused approach. I am experienced at helping people in crisis, find the opportunity within the turmoil.
(720) 924-4750
Denver, Colorado 80206
Elan Benami, Counselor  in Denver
“Is it easier to care for others than for yourself? Does your life lack balance? Together, we explore these patterns in a safe, confidential space. Anxiety, feelings of unworthiness, and misdirected anger are coping strategies that keep us stuck. I help "rewire" your brain by guiding you towards your emotions and shining light on your core beliefs.
(720) 414-6449
Denver, Colorado 80211

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.

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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.