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Therapists in Fort Collins

Jessica Kuhn  in Fort Collins
“Are you dealing with the death of a loved one? Are you and your partner looking to enhance your relationship? Are you experiencing anxiety, depression, difficulties with a past trauma, struggling with a breakup, or do you simply wish you had someone to talk to who is impartial and non-judgmental? Therapy is about finding the right "fit" with a therapist, and I pride myself in creating a comfortable environment in which to foster growth. Sometimes all we need is to have a place to talk things out before we can move forward and feel better.
(970) 315-3227
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Michael J. Daine, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“My approach, rooted in modern analytical, existential and psychodynamic depth psychology, is a highly individualized process designed to help you understand yourself so you can grow beyond repetitive self-destructive patterns and align with your true inner nature. Many of my clients have tried other, more superficial, therapeutic approaches and have been dissatisfied with the short-term results. Clients describe me as thoughtful, challenging, caring, and fun. For clients dealing with addictions, my experience and training allow me to integrate recovery programs with psychodynamic, systemic and other approaches creating profound growth that continues long after our work together is complete.
(970) 510-0940
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Shawn Whitney, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT, S-PSB
“I work with individuals, couples, families, and groups around psychosocial and medical health issues. I am a Colorado and Washington State Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Clinical Fellow and Approved Supervisor in the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy. I am passionate about strengthening people through the exploration of family and interpersonal dynamics. The psychosocial conditions I provide treatment for include: addictions, anxiety and depression, abuse and trauma, marriage/relationship issues, health and wellness, spirituality/faith issues, identity development issues, and sexuality. I believe a biopsychosocial-spiritual approach to health is the most comprehensive method of treatment.
(970) 673-4165
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
Molly Mclaren  in Fort Collins
“I believe that it is only human to struggle with life from time to time, and in this shared experience, we are all connected. It is my philosophy as a therapist that people often hold the key to their own healing process, and my role is one of collaboration with clients to promote that healing process. I also believe that a strong therapeutic alliance, where clients feel safe to express themselves and be understood, can be a powerful tool to promote healing. I provide an approach that incorporates both coping strategies and skill building, all while providing empathic support and an interpersonal relationship focus.
(970) 704-8457
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
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.
(970) 325-2008
Fort Collins, Colorado 80528
Noel Peercy, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“You are the expert on your life. You know best where you are, what has gone wrong, and what changes you want to make. In counseling, your personal resources become the basis for effective therapy and continued growth. You can get to where you want to be. My professional training and experience, combined with your inherent strengths, will change your life for the better. Together, we will use innovative, evidence-based approaches to help you build realistic and attainable goals for change.
(970) 642-3273
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Carrie Thomas, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“I realize one of the hardest steps can be contacting a therapist. But what can be more difficult is continuing to experience whatever has brought you to my page without making any changes. You do not need to struggle alone anymore. I offer a variety of counseling options for individuals, couples, and families. We will uncover patterns in your life that are not working and I'll help you re-create new ways of being. I strive to provide a safe, nonjudgmental space for you to heal, grow and change. Life can be better with help and support.
(970) 744-6026
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Fabiana Di Camillo, MA, Registered Psychotherapist  in Fort Collins
“My name is Fabiana Di Camillo. I have a Master's degree in psychology. I am a registered psychotherapist in Colorado. I have worked in the mental health field for the last 17 years. I look forward to working with you to attain your therapeutic goals. I provide individual and group therapy in English and Spanish. I work with a variety of individuals from diverse age groups and cultural backgrounds. I provide addictions counseling in individual and group settings. I have extensive experience providing psychotherapy to persons with emotional/mental health issues, brain injuries, personality disorders, substance abuse issues, depression, anxiety and developmental disabilites.
(970) 672-0605
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
Darci Larrarte, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“I offer a Christian perspective on working through life struggles and relationship challenges. If you are dealing with depression, anxiety, grief, recovery, parenting, or identity formation, I would love to talk to you. I have seen so many people grow through these struggles into a better life. I would love to help you find your way to better mental and spiritual health in order to become the best version of yourself. I want Haven Lighthouse Counseling to provide a haven from the storms that we all face in life.
(970) 387-4378
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Carolyn Newman, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Life is hard. Hurt happens to all of us. Sometimes it is intentional, sometimes unintentional. When it happens, we are left with a wound that, if left unexamined, can affect every aspect of our lives: body, soul, and spirit. Lancing the wound can be painful, especially those wounds caused by trauma and abuse, but the compromised life that we live if we don't examine the wounds is often as painful as the original wound. Choosing to face the pain is a courageous act, and successful resolution requires a safe and supportive atmosphere with safe and knowledgeable professionals.
(970) 812-1116
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Jennifer Wayman, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LPC, CAC, II
“Making a change and asking for help can be a frightening process; it can leave you feeling vulnerable and exposed. My goal is to make the process less scary and leave you feeling more confident. Whether your goal is to feel happier, less anxious, improve your communication skills, make a significant life change or stop using substances, I will approach your concern with honesty and compassion.
(970) 323-3203
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
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.
(720) 380-3725
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Jr Mcgrath, Marriage & Family Therapist Intern  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist Intern, MS
“It can be difficult to take the first steps in sharing your story. I want to help make that easier for you. I work with individuals, couples, and families to help explore the thoughts, feelings, and relationships that may not have been given proper attention in some time. Whether you're struggling with anxiety, depression, loss and grief, conflict, parenting, or any number of issues, I am here to hear your story, help you work through what's brought you to where you are now, and to help work towards where you want to be.
(970) 480-0405
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Kate Heitzler, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Kate has extensive experience assisting and guiding individuals of all ages, from children to seniors. She has worked for many years as a counselor. She has helped youths and families overcome various life challenges, such as family difficulties, behavioral issues, end-of-life issues, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. She also has a strong understanding of the effects of divorce, the changes that take place in a blended family, as well as health and wellness issues.
(970) 454-6259
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Dustin Johnson, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“No matter how stuck you think you are, I can help you. My mission is to change old unhealthy ideas and habits into healthy ones. Not sure what needs to change? We can figure that out too. I am a fully licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified Anger & Depression Management Specialist. I provide a safe environment to share your concerns, honest and instructive feedback, and supportive challenge when you need it. Happy: it's not just a word to describe other people. You can get there.
(970) 281-4374
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
Gregory E Ketchum, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LMSW, ACHT, RT
“Living in wholeness, health, peace and joy takes intention, sometimes healing; always work. I'm eager to explore your challenges and accompany you on the road to all you were meant to be and become. Blessings!
(970) 639-0971
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Rachel Bedard, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“Anxious, depressed, difficulty concentrating? Got stress? Want more success? Feel better! From home or school problems to problems at work, we can work together to address the concerns that you have. By examining what is working well in your life and taking a careful look at problem areas, we can put together a plan to resolve your concerns. I tend to use humor, rewards, and direct feedback to promote change. I am trained to work with young children through adulthood and really enjoy the opportunity to help others make the changes they desire.
(970) 673-9272
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Bill Swanson, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, MA, LAC, MAC, DSC, CCJS
“I help men, women and their families who are stuggling with alcohol or drug use that is causing problems in their lives. I utilize addiction education along with cognitive-behavioral therapy to enable clients to make good decisions for themselves and their loved ones. I have been an addictions counselor since 1987 and am a Licensed Addiction Counselor in the State of Colorado.
(970) 237-3687
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Kathy Krohn, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“In my experience, counseling helps older adults and/or their families develop coping skills to effectively deal with challenging or painful thoughts, feelings and experiences. This can be especially helpful during times of transition. My core philosophy is to instill hope in all my clients. I believe the possibility of change is present in everyone and I will work in a client-centered manner to help my clients achieve the practical outcomes they desire. Many of my clients appreciate my intelligence and sense of humor, as well as my warmth and commitment.
(970) 422-1981
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Hannah Wood,   in Fort Collins
“I believe in an individual's ability to create change. I support clients with restoring balance to their lives and relationships. I strive to provide a caring and supportive environment, which is conducive to positive change and growth. My therapeutic style focuses on building the therapeutic relationship that cultivates growth, exploration, and further understanding of the path of life. In session with me, clients will receive acceptance, warmth, and empathic listening that will allow clients to gain better insight into themselves and their relationships.
(970) 760-0312
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
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