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Therapists in Frisco

Anne Watts, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, BSW, MSW, LCSW
“If your child is struggling with difficult behaviors and emotions, I am here to help. Play Therapy is a powerful way to help children grow and heal. Families can overcome incredible challenges and live healthy, well balanced lives. My approach allows children to make significant shifts in their behavior, self awareness, and ability to connect with others. I specialize in working with kids who have challenging behaviors, those experiencing difficult transitions such as adoption, divorce, or loss of a loved one, and those who have experienced significant trauma. I work closely with parents throughout our time together.
(970) 485-5202
Frisco, Colorado 80443
“Hello and thank you for considering my practice of psychology. With offices in Evergreen and Frisco, Colorado, I work with children,adolescents, adults, couples and families. My practice uses a collaborative model of treatment. I encourage my clients to be actively involved in their treatment. You would work with me to set treatment goals and give regular feedback on the therapy process. My extensive experience with various approaches to treatment, helps me to select techniques that are effective for various emotional problems. Please call or email me with any specific questions.
(970) 812-1696
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Kellyn Glynn, Counselor  in Frisco
“I am out of the country until the end of May and not taking any new face to face clients until June, 2015. I offer individual, family, and couples, counseling. I have a private practice located in Frisco, CO. I am also a therapist for Talkspace. My specific therapeutic approach is to treat each person as an individual rather than a label. I have history and experience in the field of trauma, depression, anxiety, life transitions, and much more. I specialize in treating adolescents, families, and adults going through life challenges.
(248) 707-1941
Frisco, Colorado 80443
“In my practice, I conduct both short and long-term psychotherapy for adults and couples. My areas of specialty include: relational issues; depression; mood disorders; anxiety; trauma; developmental issues; and sports psychology. I primarily utilize cognitive/behavioral, psychodynamic, interpersonal approaches. I have advanced training and am experienced with EMDR.
(970) 510-0991
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Kathy Lorch, Counselor  in Frisco
“I work with people of all ages to deal with the difficult challenges that life can bring. I specialize in play and family therapy, individuals and couples. We work together to resolve issues of divorce, trauma, physical and sexual abuse, grief and loss, misbehavior, school performance, sensory integration issues, ADHD/ADD, blended families and transitions. We can heighten your insight and awareness about how to shift into healthier, more satisfying patterns and highlight your strengths, talents and passions to create the life you desire. It takes courage to seek counseling support to make changes in your life. I respect your journey and sincere effort.
(970) 680-4562
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Elizabeth Brothers, Counselor  in Frisco
“Everyone's journey in life is filled with challenges that often help us to understand more fully who we are. Sometimes it is helpful to have another perspective, a guide, or tools to navigate these difficult stretches of the journey. I have worked with individuals, couples, and families in counseling for the past 13 years and was an educator prior. I work with a wide variety of clients, but have extensive experience working with anxiety, depression, divorce, parenting, life transitions, personal discovery, and spiritual issues.
(970) 658-2834
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Jane Fineberg, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I believe that therapy is an opportunity for people to make changes in their lives. Through the support of a strong therapeutic relationship, clients will feel empowered to make these changes for themselves. I have extensive experience working with adolescents, families, and adults. I work with anxiety, depression, relationships, self-esteem, grief, and transitional life stressors. I believe in a relationship-based psychodynamic approach to therapy using elements of Cognitive and Dialectical Behavioral Therapies, Family Systems, and Narrative Therapy. I tailor my approach to the individual needs of clients, finding creative solutions to match a client's unique challenges.
(309) 244-4281
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Mili Sarmiento Shoemaker, MA, NCC, Counselor  in Frisco
“I love to help clients get in touch with emotions and situations that are hard to integrate. I believe we all seek to be in relationships with others and ourselves. Often times we have unfinished business that is in the way of achieving healthy relationships. What I love the most is supporting each client's process in making sense of their life.I have experience working with abuse, trauma, PTSD, aggression, depression, anxiety, loss and grief, family dynamic challenges,bullying, domestic violence, and couples issues. I believe there is no need to self-improve only to awaken our own potential.
(970) 306-4982
Frisco, Colorado 80443
“In my practice in Frisco, I provide therapy for individuals and couples, as well as consultation and psychological assessment services. My expertise is in a range of effective, evidence-based therapies, determined by and tailored to each individual's specific needs and goals. I aim to help people reduce the struggle with depression, anxiety, and other difficult or painful experiences, and move towards living a more full and meaningful life.
(970) 642-3043
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Megan Wheat, Counselor  in Frisco
“I have spent 2 years in community mental health counseling clients from all walks of life. My focus includes trauma work and relationship issues with a client centered approach. I believe the answers lie within and I work with my clients to help resolve and work through issues using strengths as well as helping to identify blind spots that might be hindering progress. In addition to 2 years in the field I have 4 years of graduate school and practicum with Regis University. The growth process can be difficult, I try to build the client/therapist relationship engaging trust and an open and safe forum.
(210) 529-8802
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Sammy Charytoniuk, Counselor  in Frisco
“Starting your therapeutic process is a brave endeavor and I am grateful for the opportunity to work with you. In using a variety of treatment methods, I see children, adults and couples to support them in their process of awareness and change. Some of my specialty areas include: Anxiety, Depression, Self-Esteem and Trauma. I utilize Play Therapy with children ages 2+ to help in the treatment of Behavioral Issues, Attachment Struggles, Foster/Adoption, Aggression, ADHD, Autism/Asperger's Continuum, Sensory Processing Disorder, Anxiety, Fears, Self-Esteem, Transitions, Depression, Grief and Loss and other states of a dysregulated nervous system.
(970) 840-2016
Frisco, Colorado 80443
A Center For Healing-Nancy Martin LPC, RPT, Counselor  in Frisco
“Create your ideal life, love, relationships and life purpose. Maybe you are noticing that your natural sense of joy, aliveness and peace is eluding you and your emotions are out of control. I want to welcome you to what might be one of the most important steps in your life. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, I work collaboratively with adults to provide concrete therapeutic tools that deepen intimacy and improve relationships with others. I help clients identify how they effect others and themselves through their thoughts, emotions and behaviors eliminating anxiety, mood and relationship issues.
(970) 389-7028
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Matthew Brenner, Counselor  in Frisco
“As a therapist I want to help you achieve the goals that you set. To accomplish this we will work together from a holistic perspective to get your mind, body, and spirit to the place you want them to be. I have a generalist practice and I feel comfortable with many different types of clients. I have ten years of experience in the helping professions. My experience includes but is not limited to adolescents, addictions, men and boys, and sports psychology. I am a nationally certified counselor and registered with the state of Colorado as a Psychotherapist.
(970) 279-1903
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Marzo Counseling LLC., Counselor  in Frisco
“Research shows the relationship with your therapist is the most effective therapy tool. I strive to create a collaborative, validating environment to allow a person to explore their lives, learn and thrive.
(970) 497-3107
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Play To Heal: Rena Derezin, LPC, NCC, RPT, Counselor  in Frisco
“I want your child feeling better ASAP. Intensive therapy (2 days/week) is preferred to bring your child relief within a month. I take fewer clients and focus intently. Play therapy is another phrase for 'child therapy.' As adults, when you and I are upset, needing to change or healing the past, we may talk to someone. Children do the same. However, since language centers of their brains are not fully developed, they don't TALK. They PLAY. Play is their language; toys are their words. I translate child-play into adult language for you. "Registered Play Therapist" is the only title ensuring child specialization.
(303) 807-2750
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Mia Bertram, Counselor  in Frisco
“I am a Child and Family Therapist specializing in Play Therapy, working with children ages 3- 12 struggling with such issues such as grief, adoption/foster care, trauma, self- esteem, divorce and sensory processing disorder. I have received extensive training at the Play Therapy Institute of Colorado in brain development and utilizing the nervous system as a means to understand and help clients regulate themselves. I am a resource for parents and caregivers, offering coaching and education to help create loving relationships by understanding their child's needs and ways to support their growth individually and within the family system.
(720) 340-6615
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Linda Baird, Counselor  in Frisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MA, LPC, EMDR, Hakomi, Brainsp
“I offer a compassionate approach to psychotherapy that works through the body to bring unconscious information (often held as tensions,chronic illness, nervous system disorders, anxiety, depression, nightmares, low self-esteem and inabilities to function at full capacity)into conscious awareness, facilitating deep and lasting changes. Our childhood wounds and traumas become blocks to the manifestation of our purpose/gifts. I honor the inherent wisdom of my clients and help them find authentic expression of their gifts. My strengths are my ability to use my intuition to help clients "put the pieces together," and my own personal experience with resolving trauma.
(720) 439-9093
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Lillie Lee, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Frisco
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have over 30 years of experience and training. I provide a safe, non-judgmental place to heal, grow, learn and move through your challenges. I help you listen to your body and your heart. I enjoy and consider it a privilege to do this work. My philosophy is that the journey toward wholeness is sometimes hard but nevertheless worthwhile. To be truly alive one must learn to feel it all. We need to know how to respond to our pain and figure out what we need.
(720) 722-3491
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Cassie V Comeau, Psychologist  in Frisco
“It is not easy to seek support and I am honored to be considered as someone who could help. I work with individuals and couples struggling with a range of issues, and I use both short and long-term therapy interventions. A few of my specialty areas include trauma, sexual concerns, depression, anxiety, relational work, and working with therapists. I also work with infertility concerns and postpartum depression. However, as a psychologist, I am trained to work with various issues related to well-being and distress. Contact me directly with further questions about how I might be able to help.
(970) 368-2304
Office is near:
Frisco, Colorado 80443
Luann Hentz, Counselor  in Frisco
“My approach to therapy is to help you find more effective ways to live a healthier, happier, and more successful life. With over 30 years of experience I have a strong general clinical background and work well with a variety of ages having a variety issues. I approach therapy in a holistic and systemic way, utilizing what works best for you. I've been licensed as a Psychologist in Minnesota for 28 years and as Professional Counselor in Colorado for 3 years. Contact me for a free consultation where you can ask me more questions about my background and approach to therapy.
(970) 331-0416
Office is near:
Frisco, Colorado 80443

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