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Therapists in Denver

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
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
Maureen Davis, Psychiatric Nurse  in Denver
“I specialize in helping children, teens, and adults navigate through challenges such as ADHD, adjustment and behavioral problems, anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. I offer a full range of services starting with a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and development of collaborative treatment recommendations, including prescribing and managing medications when appropriate. As a board certified Family Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years of experience in the field, I've had the opportunity to work closely with individuals and families in a variety of treatment settings including hospitals, day treatment programs, community mental health centers and private practice.
(303) 532-4347
Denver, Colorado 80209
Rachael A. Price, Counselor  in Denver
“My ideal clients are adolescents and young adults seeking a new set of skills to effectively address interpersonal relationship instability, emotional dysregulation and distress, behavioral instability, impulse disorders, social anxiety, generalized anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, self-harming behavior, or chronic suicidal ideation. I offer DBT skills training groups to those interested in becoming more personally and socially satisfied in addition to practicing a more effective, meaningful, hopeful, and mindful lifestyle. Due to the cyclical nature of DBT skills training, new members are always joining group regardless of where the group is currently in the sequence of the skills training modules
(720) 726-1693
Denver, Colorado 80222
Heather LaChance, Psychologist  in Denver
“SEEKING INNER PEACE? I offer a compassionate, holistic healing approach. I've been a therapist 20+ years. My training: CU/Boulder, Harvard, and Brown Medical School. I blend proven methods such as Cognitive-Behavioral, EMDR, bibliotherapy, with meditation, mindfulness, mind-body approaches and self-acceptance. I also teach people about acupressure points to help the body release negative emotions/beliefs that immobilize change. I craft a unique, personalized approach for each individual or couple.
(303) 990-8363
Denver, Colorado 80203
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT
“Starting therapy is an act of courage often prompted by anxiety, numbness, or feeling overwhelmed. The first step is to find a safe and attuned person to help you access your strengths and mobilize your innate capacities for change. We'll work together to help you build resilience, tame overwhelming emotions and experience new ones, reduce anxiety, reconnect with yourself and others, and bring about positive, lasting changes.
(303) 900-7218
Denver, Colorado 80246
Nichole Meshko, Counselor  in Denver
“I'm an experienced therapist working with adolescents, adults. couples and families; providing quality therapeutic care to those in need. I believe that we all have an intrinsic desire to strive towards health and happiness. I specialize in stabilizing those who are in crisis, preserving the family in it's healthiest form and empowering families, couples and individuals to heal and grow. I'm experienced in treating complex emotional, mental and transpersonal issues. I specialize in treating those whom experience trauma, depression, anxiety, adoption, grief and loss.
(720) 358-5167
Denver, Colorado 80203
Ryan M Mueller, Counselor  in Denver
“While my background has focused on trauma-informed cognitive behavioral therapy with a mindfulness towards existential & person-centered concepts, your concerns and needs will inform our sessions. As society has a way of categorizing and pathologizing us in ways that limit our true potential to find our genuine selves, we will work to build confidence and understanding in the self. By forming a collaborative and authentic therapeutic relationship from which to explore difficulties and concerns we can find healing and foster real change.
(636) 266-4627
Denver, Colorado 80222
Susan Reyland, Psychologist  in Denver
“I believe that people are fundamentally motivated toward growth and connection. The work in my psychotherapy practice involves removing the obstacles that keep us from achieving satisfying relationships with others, ourselves and our work. Whether the obstacle is an unprocessed trauma or maladaptive thoughts leading to anxiety and depression, managing these obstacles promotes personal growth and increased happiness.
(303) 500-3916
Denver, Colorado 80202
Dee Marcotte, Counselor  in Denver
“It is my belief that as we go through life, we all have choices to make. We can keep doing more of what we have already done-generally getting the same results; or we can decide to do something different and perhaps get a different result. Most of us would love to do something different but we just don't know what that would be, how it would sound, or what we would be doing differently. That's where I come in!
(720) 316-1657
Denver, Colorado 80211
Jennifer Delgado-Cheers  in Denver
“I believe that each of us is capable, sometimes with a little assistance, of making our own best decisions, and that each of us is responsible for our own path in life. This means that as a counselor, I work closely with my clients to decide on the best course of therapy. My work focuses on helping people free themselves from pain and the feeling of being "stuck" that keeps them from moving in a forward direction.
(720) 463-2654
Denver, Colorado 80230
Kyle B Kelly, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, CPT, EMDR
“I strongly believe that my clients have the innate tools and inner resiliency required to overcome any life stressors, traumas, and challenges that come their way. I am honored to have the opportunity, as a therapist, to sit with children, teenagers, and families as a witness to each person's unique story. I feel that my job as a therapist is to provide a safe and non-judgmental environment where healing, affirmation, exploration, and growth may occur. I look forward to going on this journey with you and your family.
(720) 388-1129
Denver, Colorado 80211
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
Molly Jenkins, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, MFT, CH
“Whatever brought you to this page, chances are you're feeling stuck, confused, misunderstood, or at odds with someone you love. Perhaps you've tried everything, or maybe you've never known what to try. Take heart. No matter where you are in the process, seeking help is itself an action that motivates, encourages and restores hope. I work with individuals, couples and families to draw on their own emotional resources and strengths to create balance. I am also a Certified Hypnotherapist and use multiple techniques to develop an individualized path toward emotional health for each client.
(720) 263-4216
Denver, Colorado 80211
YY Wei, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“Thank you for visiting my profile and considering my practice! I provide individual, family, couples, and sex therapy in my private practice, YY Therapy, LLC, in Denver and Westminster. I have specialty training and experience utilizing a variety of therapeutic techniques and approaches to help my clients from different backgrounds around the issues of relationship/intimacy/performance issues, sexual pleasure, family changes and dynamics, adolescent issues/behaviors, gender identity, sexual orientation, abuse and trauma, substance abuse, grief and loss, Autism and developmental disability, dual diagnoses, stress management, chronic and persistent mental health conditions like Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, and Personality Disorders.
(720) 548-2867
Denver, Colorado 80211
Caitlin Doran, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have extensive experience and additional training/certifications in working with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma, and find that I really enjoy helping people learn to heal from traumatic experiences. I consider myself to be a great fit with adolescent girls (because I'm young enough to still understand the issues they face, but have enough experience to offer sound advice). I also enjoy working with younger children with behavior problems, because I feel that my fun energy helps me to relate to this population.
(720) 463-2507
Denver, Colorado 80246
Abby Coven, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a Denver area licensed clinical psychologist. I provide psychotherapy for older adolescents, adults and couples. I also provide psychological assessment services for children, adolescents and adults. I enjoy working with clients who are motivated to learn about themselves and who are open to new ways of thinking, seeing and feeling, regardless of what particular issues bring them to therapy. I have special interest and experience in relationships, trauma and GLBT issues. I consider it an honor to work with clients through the life-changing process of therapy.
(720) 606-4649
Denver, Colorado 80223
Kevin L Palmer, Counselor  in Denver
“Kevin is a graduate of Liberty University with a Master's Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy. He specializes in counseling couples with pre-marital, marital, blending families of divorce and divorce concerns. Utilizing effective tools such as Prepare and Enrich, PAIR Assessments, and various therapeutic techniques, Kevin can help couples create a harmonious relationship. Through personal experience, Kevin can help families coping with the stress of having a child with a learning disability such as Downs Syndrome, ADHD or Autism. He also has personal experience with sudden life changes such as paralysis and how those circumstances effect families.
(720) 580-6252
Denver, Colorado 80224
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
Molly McEachen, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Life can be a joyful experience, yet it presents us with difficulties such as a loss, trauma, relationship challenges and general emotional pain. These events can lead us to feeling overwhelmed, anxious and depressed impacting our ability to reach our full potential. I focus on creating a positive and supportive environment for my clients, so that individuals have a safe place to grow and change. If you are considering asking for help at this point in your personal journey, congratulations, as it truly takes courage to face our own unique challenges.
(720) 722-5973
Denver, Colorado 80203

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.
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