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Therapists in Denver

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
Matthew B Myles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do repetitive thoughts or habits preoccupy you, consume valuable time, or alienate you from others? If so, you may have Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, or OCD. If you have questions about OCD or its treatment - for yourself or someone you know - please contact me. I have specialized in helping people with OCD since 2002. OCD 'triggers' are often more severe in someone's home environment, and symptoms can make it especially difficult to attend outside appointments, so I work with people in their own homes and communities in addition to meetings at my office.
(720) 891-0571
Denver, Colorado 80211
Kendra Doukas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“At The Catalyst Center every new client receives a free initial consultation. I utilize my specialized training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) to help people to heal from the effects of past and current traumas. I am passionate about helping children and families heal from past hurts and grow in new and positive directions. I excel in my work with young children and practice in a hands-on manner that children can relate to. My goal is to help your child heal and grow.
(720) 675-7123
Denver, Colorado 80209
Kelsey Shane, Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, CACII, NCC, EMDR
“I am a very easy-going person who uses a lot of humor in session. My ideal client is someone who can laugh when things are funny and cry when things are sad, and just be human and vulnerable, like I am. A lot of my clients are struggling to figure out who they are and I encourage people to explore all possibilities of themselves and give themselves permission to not have it all figured out. I try my best to make therapy enjoyable but don't get me wrong; you will definitely grow in the process.
(303) 732-6512
Denver, Colorado 80209
Lisa Taggart,   in Denver
“I am a strength-based therapist, supporting clients in self-discovery and self-determination within their relevant cultural context. I offer a person-centered perspective, including non-judgement, empathy and unconditional positive regard, while providing a safe space for healing and self-advocacy. My life experiences have taken me to many places, and I see myself as your traveling companion for the experiences that find you. An umbrella of cultural consciousness informs all of my work, and an experiential base provides a foundation from which we can access feelings, patterns, and begin to explore the life you want to live.
(720) 726-1571
Denver, Colorado 80206
Jill L Young, Psychologist  in Denver
“If your child is struggling with depression, anxiety, ADHD, school and/or learning problems, friendship issues, family problems, grief/loss or behavior problems, I can help. I am a licensed clinical and school psychologist who has over 20 years of experience working with children and their parents. My specialty is clinical work with preschool and school-aged children.
(720) 633-9657
Denver, Colorado 80222
Esther M Boyd, Counselor  in Denver
“Do you long for a more connected relationship? Do you desire to live with a greater sense of hope & joy? Do feelings of shame or worthlessness keep you feeling stuck? Unresolved issues can leave us feeling overwhelmed, depressed, & isolated. We may find ourselves feeling hopeless about the future. However, I believe freedom can be found. Counseling can help us heal, mature and a develop a deeper sense of meaning. My goal as a counselor is to walk with you as you navigate the difficult questions and to offer insight and support as you begin to live with hope and freedom.
(303) 900-7480
Denver, Colorado 80211
Kevin Bert, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“I have provided individual, couples, and family therapy for over ten years. I make house calls. I specialize in working with families dealing with adolescent behavior issues including school difficulties, delinquent behaviors, and emotional problems. It has been my experience that these issues often result from problems within the family. I work with parents to learn the skills necessary to successfully intervene with the adolescent. I also provide marital or couples counseling when difficulties in their relationship are impacting the family's or adolescent's ability to be successful. I believe that a short-term, intensive intervention can be very successful.
(720) 388-1251
Denver, Colorado 80231
Janet Ferguson, Counselor  in Denver
“Sometimes I wonder how two people come together and manage to agree on anything. After all, each comes to the table with different upbringings, beliefs, cultural values, sexual experiences, wounds and losses, and more. Not to mention the entire complicated system that becomes part of your relationship -- children, co-workers, clergy, friends, parents, and nutty Uncle Bill. It can be like bringing two different countries together! As Herman Melville put it, "Our lives are connected by a thousand invisible threads..."
(720) 310-0093
Denver, Colorado 80211
Bryce Mathern, Counselor  in Denver
“I work with men who are struggling in their work life, in their relationships and with their kids. I help men become more focused on what they need and are passionate about. Many of the men I work with are struggling to understand how to show up in their partnerships. How do you attune emotionally to a woman? How do you get out of the blame game mindset? How do you stop using rational arguments to state your case when the woman you love is in an emotional mindset? Relationship skills are no different from developing any other skill.
(303) 586-3620
Denver, Colorado 80209
Chris Beasley, Psychologist  in Denver
“I have respect for individuals and couples who seek help during times of stress and turmoil. It is courageous to confront feelings and issues that are painful or overwhelming. I offer a safe and compassionate environment for providing both short and long-term psychotherapy for adults and couples. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral and psychodynamic approaches. I have additional training in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. I also provide interventions for those with a physical condition and mental health issues.
(303) 835-7032
Denver, Colorado 80222
Camilla La Mer MA Psychotherapy, Counselor  in Denver
“Camilla believes that personal relationships are an important part of the therapeutic process, and that there should be a good "fit" between therapist and client. Her warm and compassionate nature immediately puts clients at ease. Camilla specializes in individual counseling with adults. She works with depression, grief and loss issues, chronic pain, incest and sexual abuse survivors. She also works with clients facing life transition, and preparing for or recovering from major events, such as surgery, hysterectomy and aging.
(303) 835-9432
Denver, Colorado 80206
Arvada Therapy, Counselor  in Denver
“My approach to therapy is interactive, directive and educational. Learn practical skills which you can use on a daily basis to make life more fulfilling. You can create healthier relationships, learn to make conscious decisions, and regain the ability to be in control of your life. I work with adults, children and families. I specialize in: couples counseling, anxiety, depression, career change, adhd, anger and chronic pain. Therapy is an invaluable investment in your future, stop needlessly struggling.
(720) 466-2920
Denver, Colorado 80002
Jerra Tonjes, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you finding yourself dissatisfied with areas of your life? Have you exhausted your ideas to overcome this dissatisfaction? Personal growth through psychotherapy can provide the clarity and outcomes you are searching for. I collaborate with you to produce a more meaningful understanding of yourself, which we will then use as our foundation to explore how your life is a culmination of your strengths, weaknesses, and where the opportunities are to change your life. I remove the sterile, clinical environment and replace it with a comfortable, nurturing atmosphere, which facilitates healing, growth, and lasting change.
(505) 466-5673
Denver, Colorado 80203
Chelli Pumphrey, Counselor  in Denver
“Survive. Heal. Thrive. That's how I see therapy. People survive difficulties, and sometimes even the unthinkable. Sometimes we get stuck in old, unhealthy patterns. Sometimes a traumatic experience keeps people living in fear and anxiety. I am skilled at helping people get to their core issues quickly, without months or years of therapy. I believe everyone has the strength and ability to heal and to thrive. I will work with you to find your inner strength and happiness. My warm, direct, and compassionate style helps clients feel comfortable, understood, and safe.
(720) 763-9301
Denver, Colorado 80206
Jeff Peterson, Counselor  in Denver
“I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families who are struggling with their relationships, going through a break-up, navigating a life transition, struggling with anxiety or depression, searching for a purpose in life, dealing with anger, and processing sexual or gender identity. Specific challenges might include: self-esteem & self-worth, body-image, shame, depression, anxiety, anger, sleep problems, PTSD, abuse, sexual abuse, drug, alcohol, tobacco, or sex addiction (OCSB), attention deficit, or chronic health problems. Together we identify your strengths, deconstruct challenges, and explore the significance of self-compassion in building a healthier, more fulfilling life.
(303) 569-4551
Denver, Colorado 80204
Kayse Budd, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“Hello. I am a holistic psychiatrist, healer, & artist. My practice is extremely unique, as I am a traveling doctor--presently about 70% virtual (meaning I do much of my work online & by phone). Previously from Arizona & Colorado, I now operate a modified "concierge" practice, focusing on intensive sessions & transformational retreats. My foundation is integrative psychotherapy & wellness coaching incorporating herbal medicine, spirituality, creativity, nutrition, energywork, physical fitness, & more. I am a board-certified psychiatrist & certified yoga instructor with professional training in mindfulness-based stress reduction, mind-body skills group facilitation, dance therapy, art therapy, astrology, Reiki, ZeroBalancing, meditation, shamanic skills, & CranioSacralTherapy.
(808) 670-3390
Denver, Colorado 80208
Jessire Munoz, Counselor  in Denver
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with experience helping individuals, couples and families work through depression, anxiety, sexuality issues, life transitions, trauma and losses. I believe in collaborating with clients, deciding together what goals to work on. I work to empower clients by focusing on strengths to guide them in reaching their goals. I am trained in a variety of theoretical orientations and approaches and I utilize the most helpful tools from each modality to individualize a therapeutic plan. I am dedicated to providing a safe space for my clients to acknowledge and explore their feelings, thoughts and behaviors.
(303) 816-8338
Denver, Colorado 80211
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
Christine Ford, Therapy, Coaching, SandplayŽ, Counselor  in Denver
“Would you just like some clarity? When you've been struggling with something or someone, it's freeing to talk with a seasoned coach/therapist who sees beyond the surface. We start where you are (in person, by phone/Skype), exploring possibilities until you can experience the relief of finding clarity and a way forward. One that's right for you. Your situation is unique, and it's a privilege to know you and to help you know yourself. We can clear up everyday issues as well as deeper ones, in my safe, calming space for individuals, children, and couples.
(720) 316-7393
Denver, Colorado 80218

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.