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Gay Issues Therapists in Denver

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.
Gay Issues
(303) 732-6512
Denver, Colorado 80209
David Koopman, Counselor  in Denver
“Those of us who suffer and find ourselves stuck at intersections in our lives, whether due to depression, anxiety, insomnia, identity struggles or anger, can find a way to work with who we are. Once grounded there, we are capable of choosing a path that will move us out of darkness and despair and toward greater acceptance of self and emotional peace. Moving forward becomes possible. Life can change for the better. It has for me and it can for you.
Gay Issues
(720) 726-1419
Denver, Colorado 80211
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.
Gay Issues
(720) 463-1153
Denver, Colorado 80203
Tony Miles, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you are gay, lesbian or HIV+, demand a therapist who won't think you're sick, bad, or crazy. If you struggle with even thinking that you are gay, lesbian or HIV+, find someone safe to talk to. Find a therapist who won't need you to explain every detail about what being gay, lesbian or HIV+ even means. If you are struggling with gay, lesbian or HIV+ relationships, find someone to help sort it all out. Many of the clients I work with have entered therapy with concerns like these. There is hope.
Gay Issues
(720) 205-9752
Denver, Colorado 80210
Jennifer Miller, Counselor  in Denver
“When you find a therapist that you trust and connect with, it can be life changing. You really can have a better life, and I would love to be part of helping you to get there. I specialize in working with individuals/couples in the GLBTQ community, as well as individuals struggling with eating disorders and body image issues. I am passionate about providing counseling to people from all walks of life. Whether you are dealing with general issues, or ones related to your identity, we can work together in a safe, warm environment to start you on your way to a happier life.
Gay Issues
(720) 726-1795
Denver, Colorado 80203
Benjamin Aiken, Counselor  in Denver
“My strengths-based and action-oriented approach to helping LGBTQ adolescents, adults, and senior adults is centered on a culturally competent, trauma-informed, and existentially oriented approach to counseling and psychotherapy. I emphasize the person-to-person quality of the therapeutic relationship and integrate principles and techniques of Logotherapy, Narrative Therapy, and Mindfulness. I am also trained in the art of clinical hypnotherapy. Please visit for insight into the values and modalities of therapy that inform my work.
Gay Issues
(720) 523-0418
Denver, Colorado 80204
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.
Gay Issues
(303) 816-8338
Denver, Colorado 80211
Brett P. Kennedy, Psy.D. Psychotherapy, Psychologist  in Denver
“Psychotherapy is a process that allows us to explore how our thoughts, feelings and actions interact and influence one another. Through thoughtful questioning, healthy confrontation, and a lot of laughter (yes, a sense of humor is vital in this process), I will do my best to help you achieve your therapeutic goals. To me, therapy is an evolving, nurturing, and dynamic conversation that offers support and can lead to change and self-improvement. The process may be difficult at times, but ultimately, people walk away with an awareness of options for behaving, feeling, relating, or understanding differently.
Gay Issues
(720) 506-2699
Office is near:
Denver, Colorado 80012
Center for Valued Living, PLLC, Psychologist  in Denver
“Read below for basic info about our clinicians. See for detailed info on all clinicians, locations, specialties and insurance accepted. COMMON ISSUES TREATED BY ALL OUR CLINICIANS: (Adults), Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, relationship problems, work or school related stress; Identity issues; panic, grief / loss. Dr. Lisa Griffiths and Angela Clark LPC (AURORA) accept most insurances listed. They see adults and teens (15+). They both specialize in LGBT, multicultural work, life transitions and couples therapy. SPECIALITIES: Angela - adult ADHD, sexual concerns, chronic health issues. Dr. Lisa - Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), psychological assessment / testing, and eating disorders. Evening hours available.
Gay Issues
(720) 262-5859
Office is near:
Denver, Colorado 80204
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.
Gay Issues
(720) 463-2654
Denver, Colorado 80203
Shane P Hodges, Counselor  in Denver
“I work with high-risk adolescents, adults, families, and members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) community. I provide individual, couples, group, and family therapy. Within my practice I consider a variety of issues and concerns, including but not limited to: Social, emotional, and behavioral issues; Substance abuse; Self-esteem building; Family/systems issues; Developing positive communication; Self-advocacy; Legal issues; Truancy; Anxiety/depression; Life transitions; Relationship difficulties; Behavioral disorders; Mood disorders; Gender identity; Sexual orientation; and Social skills building.
Gay Issues
(720) 358-4136
Denver, Colorado 80206
Devin (Lauren) Hills,   in Denver
“Rhino to Water is the snappy business name associated with individual and couples counseling provided by Devin (Lauren) Hills in the Denver, Colorado metro area. Rhino to Water refers to how ready, willing, and able one is for change. When it's time to go to water and that beast gets to walking, I am here to provide the therapeutic interventions and support necessary to get you there as safely as possible.
Gay Issues
Office is near:
Denver, Colorado 80220
Kris Lunstrum,   in Denver
“I believe that people have the strength and ability within themselves to overcome obstacles in their lives. My role as the therapist is to help you to recognize those strengths and guide you on the path to achieving your goals. You can expect a practical and relaxed, client-centered approach to the issues and concerns you share with me. It is my goal that you are heard, validated, and walk away with new tools, strategies and insights into your unique situation. Together we will work to build upon the strengths you already have to make long-lasting change.
Gay Issues
(303) 848-2332
Denver, Colorado 80206
E Asher Eno, Counselor  in Denver
“~~ Relationships ~~ Communication ~ Gender ~ Sexuality ~~ Connection ~~ I am very open-minded and provide an environment conducive for exploration and self-discovery. I am an integrative therapist with a preference for Emotion Focused Therapy, and I believe in tailoring my therapeutic approach to best suit your needs. I realize that no two people are alike and that is why I believe in using innovative and progressive methods during our sessions.
Gay Issues
(303) 945-3697
Denver, Colorado 80246
Emily Duhaime, Counselor  in Denver
“Therapy is a journey into the soul -- a way to reach in, explore it's terrain and carry what we discover back into our everyday lives. To facilitate this exploration I use traditional psychotherapy as well as art therapy and elements of ritual in my work with children, adolescents and adults.
Gay Issues
(303) 900-7136
Denver, Colorado 80211
Moshe M Rozdzial, Counselor  in Denver
“Is pornography, cybersex, or sexual addiction impacting your life? Are you feeling alone, sexually rejected, or struggling with low desire in your relationship? Do you want more sexual and emotion intimacy? Are you concerned about your sexual identity or sexual functioning? It is common for people to encounter sexual problems, at any age. What is uncommon is for people to do something about those problems before they irreparably damage their self-esteem and relationships. Left unmanaged, anger, shame, and fear increase. The sooner you come in for help the better chance you have of growing a happy, healthy sexual life.
Gay Issues
(720) 722-8403
Denver, Colorado 80206
Katie Godfrey, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT
“All new clients receive a free initial consultation. I have a gift for connecting with people who feel no one can connect with them, and helping them heal from past traumas and painful events into a new, vibrant chapter of life. I am passionate about my work with pregnant and postpartum women who are struggling with depression, anxiety, OCD, or negotiating the complex challenges of new motherhood. I have specialized expertise in EMDR and in the treatment and prevention of perinatal mood disorders. I provide ongoing consultation to therapists working with new mothers and those seeking to treat trauma survivors.
Gay Issues
(720) 675-7123
Denver, Colorado 80209
Jeff J Nelson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I use the Family Systems theory approach while identifying family of origin roles and patterns. Using a cognitive behavioral approach in helping clients identify thinking patterns that impact self-esteem and the choices one makes, I can guide you to new thought patterns that will raise the quality level of your life in many ways. Mood disorder therapy, including Bipolar Disorder and Major Depression, is a vital instrument for those affected. Medication assessment and management referral resources are available to compliment psychotherapy. Think in new ways, feel new emotions, live with a new view of you and your world.
Gay Issues
(303) 653-9600
Denver, Colorado 80222
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.
Gay Issues
(720) 606-4649
Denver, Colorado 80223
Jeremy David Savage, Counselor  in Denver
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor in Denver, I am equipped and qualified to assist in coping with a wide variety of life challenges. Using a conversational and supportive approach, it is my aim to help you through whatever challenge you're experiencing. I have a special interest and training in reducing the effects of stress, depression, anxiety, and grief.
Gay Issues
(303) 622-5792
Denver, Colorado 80218
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Gay Issues Therapists
If you're gay or are looking for help with gay issues in Denver or for a Denver gay Therapist these professionals provide gay therapy, gay counseling and gay friendly care for gays or lesbians. They include gay friendly Therapists plus gay Therapists in Denver, gay psychologists and gay counselors. However, not all those listed here are gay themselves. They can help with aspects of being gay in Denver or homosexual, help for gay couples in gay relationships, lesbians and gay issues and lesbian issues that affect gay life. Counseling may include LGBT Counseling in Denver, LGBTQ or Denver GLBT Counseling.

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.