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Family Therapists in Fort Collins

Paul Mcclure, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“I work with couples, families, and individuals, including adolescents and adults. My work with couples and families is based on the latest research in the fields of attachment, neurobiology, and emotion. With individual clients, I focus on evidence based cognitive- and mindfulness-based approaches to help with trauma, loss, anxiety, depression, and issues related to relationships, work, and school. I have an MS in Marriage and Family Therapy from Colorado State University.
Family
(970) 399-1317
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
Connect Therapies of Northern Colorado, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Connect Therapies has a mission to serving families that are concerned with learning differences, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder, oppositional defiant disorder and traumatic brain injury. We offer individual and family therapy, art therapy and play therapy. We are skilled in providing life coaching and assistance with anxiety, depression and mood disorders. In the future we will be offering Art & Wellness Retreats: local and abroad and weekly Art Therapy groups. We refer to yoga practitioners, personal trainers, equine therapy, osteopaths, naturopaths.
Family
(970) 639-5956
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Allisyn Marie Hollweg, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“I have been working in this field since 1996 and what I have learned is that no two people are alike. Everyone has a story to tell. That story has a past, present and a future, and within it often holds many struggles. Sometimes these issues are small and can be dealt with in a very short period of time and other times they are a bit bigger or lead to larger issues and take longer. Either way I am here to support and guide my client along the journey and help them heal and meet their goals whatever they may be.
Family
(970) 760-0619
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Shoshanna K. Shachtman, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“My primary objective when clients begin counseling is to create a safe and nonjudgmental environment to speak openly. I believe in the progression of change and enjoy working with various challenges that life presents to us. I strive to use a collaborative style of counseling, focused on helping clients gain a sense of empowerment. My emphasis is on the importance of increasing insight and awareness, as well as strengthening one's relationships and support systems.
Family
(720) 380-3725
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Linda A Anderson, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Life can be hard. Life traumas and relationship issues can cause so much pain. My goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life. We can look at long-standing behavior patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
Family
(970) 329-4059
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Lauren Maples, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“I specialize in working with children, teens, and parents. I tend to split my time between meeting directly with kids and with their parents, and I focus on using reserach-supported treatments to help my clients improve. I am very collaborative as a therapist and tend to be a pretty relaxed person, so therapy often takes the tone of, "What if we were to try this.... Do you think it might help?" rather than "You must do this, and only this way." Most of the families I have worked with have found this approach to be a comfortable and inviting way to tackle their problems.
Family
(970) 366-4460
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
Braindrops Play Therapy & Wellness LLC, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Supporting children to accept only healthy realtionships in their lives. I am a Registered Play Therapist, and have been a mental health professional in schools and communities in North America and overseas. Braindrops can: work with family and school systems; develop awareness around what is creating and maintaining challenges; and, bring more regulation and less stress to everyday living. Braindrops benefits families living with autism, grief, depression, trauma, ADHD, anxiety, life transitions, and more. Working in collaboration with families, training grounded in neuroscience and neurobiology, and on-going support, can create lasting change and growth.
Family
(970) 425-4760
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Ann-Marie Bowman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EMDRII, OSW-C
“My work is dedicated to helping people develop healthy and satisfying lives and relationships. Though it can be difficult to make the decision to begin psychotherapy, I have found that those who have sought my help have achieved valuable results. I offer confidential psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families. I have an expertise of working with clients dealing with issues of depression, anxiety and trauma, along with learning to cope with relationship issues and managing through difficult life transitions. I am committed to helping you receive the services best suited for you.
Family
(970) 658-2404
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Jennifer Meyer, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Whether you are seeking individual, couples, or child/teen counseling in Fort Collins or the surrounding areas, I bring an exceptional level of caring and expertise to help you find healing and happiness. My specialties include anger management, anxiety, bipolar, depression, life coaching, self-esteem, stress, substance use recovery, codependency, trauma, abuse, PTSD, issues of race and multiculturalism, attachment, communication, intimacy, divorce recovery, second marriages, codependency, parenting, step family, conflict resolution, play therapy, cutting and self-injury, eating disorders, bullying, end-of-life issues, career transitions, life transitions, and spirituality.
Family
(970) 497-4774
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Abbey Schneider, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT, IMH(II)
“Each person has a unique ability to heal themselves or grow in the area of their choice. In my work with individuals, couples, and families, I strive to personalize services based on the needs and input of my clients so they obtain the quality of support they are looking for. A passion of mine is to empower individuals and families to strengthen their personal relationships so each person may reach their true potential. I strive to create a supportive environment for individuals to grow and learn regardless of age, gender, culture, ethnicity, religion, or sexual orientation.
Family
(970) 344-4677 x317
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Lisa A Andrews, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Ms. Andrews enjoys working with all ages, but her heart lies in working with young children to help them be as successful as they can be at home and at school. Ms. Andrews specializes in Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and is a co-owner of P-CIC. Ms. Andrews received her Masters in Counseling from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1995 and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University, Bloomington, in 1991. Ms. Andrews is a Certified PCIT Therapist.
Family
(970) 372-1228
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Diane Bauer, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“If there is anything you should know about me, it is that I am passionate about my work as a psychotherapist. I love working with clients toward the changes they want to make in their lives. Therapy takes courage and I am humbled by that. It is an honor to share in people's lives. Therapy is a collaborative process. The most critical ingredient to successful therapy is the relationship you build with your therapist. If you don't feel comfortable, it will be difficult to share your deepest emotions and vulnerabilities.
Family
(970) 999-1354 x325
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Empowerment from Within, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
“I believe that each person has the capacity to heal, and that the wisdom and resources to heal are within each individual. I see my job as a facilitator and guide to help each person access the healer inside themselves. I specialize in working with children and adolescents, and I operate from within a systems theory which means that I believe that the family system is a necessary part of the process. Mindfulness practices are another essential part of my work with people. I also facilitate retreats using nature and expressive arts (including dance and movement).
Family
(970) 239-0327
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Galina Hazanov Lahav, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LSW, MD(Isr)
“For the last 20 years I worked as a practicing Psychiatrist with children, adolescents and young adults in Haifa, Israel and Moscow, Russia. After relocating to Colorado I graduated with Master of Social Work degree from Colorado State University and became a Licensed Social Worker. I have always believed that professional and accurate clinical assessment is essential for effective treatment and competent therapy along with respectful and trustful relationships with my clients. My goal is to apply combined experience in Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Clinical Social work to help you to achieve your goals.
Family
(970) 239-0229
Fort Collins, Colorado 80528
Laura Molzer, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Hello! My name is Laura Molzer, and I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist. My passion in life is connecting with people--communicating warmth, understanding, and empathy to them and their life story. I am committed to helping you decrease problematic symptoms and attain a sense of peace and happiness in your life. I am knowledgeable on how trauma affects the brain, and thus, have a strong understanding of why people behave in the ways that they do. I use a centered, non-judgmental approach and will accept you for where you are, at this point in your life.
Family
(970) 458-4547 x1
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Nicole Prinzivalli, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Are you unhappy in your relationship? Couples or Family Counseling can be a good fit for you. It can be way to get some help communicating in order to find a better way to navigate your relationship and ultimately be happier. It can also help you find a way to turn towards your partner or family member instead of becoming further apart. If you are not ready for couples counseling or if your issue doesn't have to do with a relationship, I also offer individual counseling.
Family
(970) 701-4355
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
Thomas Vnuk MA LPC, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“I have been providing direct psychological counseling sessions for more than twenty five years. Please count on my dedication to providing an effective and high quality therapeutic experience delivered in a compassionate and respectful way. I work particularly well with adolescents and adults wanting assistance with Anxiety, Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Trauma and PTSD recovery and stress related medical issues including Somatic and Chronic Pain Conditions. I am a Certified Multiple Sclerosis Specialist. I work closely with families and individuals facing and transitioning through a medical injury or a chronic Illness, including the special stress of care giving.
Family
(970) 818-5670
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Ken Gabel, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“I have a personable style of working with people which allows them to quickly settle into the therapy process. I focus on helping others learn how to rely on their inner resources which will define their true personality and recognize the beliefs or behaviors which hold them back from their full potential. This opens up the process to build new skills, a stronger self esteem, regain self confidence and a real sense of direction. With a renewed sense of personal strength people build healthier, happier relationships with family, friends and coworkers, and pursue vocations with greater success.
Family
(224) 676-3849
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Marina Asbury, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MSC, CACIII
“We all face problems in life and at times they can seem overwhelming and beyond our ability to manage. The difficulties encountered as a result of addiction behaviors can negatively impact our health and our ability to cope with life's problems. I can help by providing a confidential and safe atmosphere with knowledgeable guidance. You will be able to engage in the healing process by tapping into internal reservoirs of strength and resiliency through increased self-awareness facilitated by a competent and caring professional.
Family
(970) 480-0402
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Mountain Crest Behavioral Healthcare Center, Treatment Facility  in Fort Collins
“Mountain Crest Behavioral Healthcare Center helps adults and adolescents with mental health issues and substance abuse issues achieve a balanced life and a high level of health and well-being. Treatment is provided by developing the most comprehensive plan of care that includes family and, as needed, community members and community services. Mountain Crest's highly trained staff combines medical intervention with therapy sessions as a treatment approach that assist in rapid stabilization of mental health problems.
Family
(970) 325-2008
Fort Collins, Colorado 80528
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