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Chronic Pain Therapists in University Hills - Denver, CO 80222
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William K Dixon, Psychologist  in Glendale
“Active Listening. We can work together in the process of making sense out of the concerns and struggles you face and finding opportunities for change in positive directions. Our interactions can help you create and strengthen hope, understanding and transformations in your life. I have been a psychologist for more than 31 years and offer a caring, reasonable and hopeful approach, matched to your concerns and needs. We can focus our efforts together to facilitate healthy changes, improved moods and more satisfying interactions.
Chronic Pain
(303) 900-5379
Office is near:
Glendale, Colorado 80222
Melissa A Henston, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you have been seeking solutions to problems without resolution, or you have tried therapy before without success, contact me to discuss a new path. People often look for ways to eliminate bad feelings, or ways to understand their past. You may have declared that you don't want certain things in your life; but as soon as you say that you don't want something the problems expand. I will work with you to find a workable solution - a way to live your life in accordance with your values, and to develop a willingness to be present in your life.
Chronic Pain
(720) 885-9035
Denver, Colorado 80222
Noah Reaven, Psychologist  in Denver
“I approach a client's concerns from a here and now, rapid change perspective. I believe that when we take action to improve ourselves or our circumstances, our attitude and feelings follow suit. I have been in clinical practice for 20 years, and have worked with many types of people and almost every kind of problem. I strive to balance empathy and sensitivity with helping people to move forward in the change process.
Chronic Pain
(720) 509-9503
Denver, Colorado 80210
Natalie Walders Abramson, Psychologist  in Denver
“My goal as a clinical psychologist is to help children, teens, adults and families develop solutions to their problems so that their lives run more smoothly with less stress. I have worked at Children's Hospital Colorado and National Jewish Health for over ten years, and recently launched my private practice to add a community based focus. I provide clients with state-of-the-art, empirically-supported behavioral health interventions shown to result in fast and sustainable relief from depression, anxiety, and conflict.
Chronic Pain
(303) 536-5493
Denver, Colorado 80222
Irina Banfi-Mare, Psychologist  in Denver
“I want you to not just feel better, but to GET better...and in a way that makes sense, is effective, and as brief as possible. Good therapy is not a temporary Band-Aid, but will help you develop skills that last a lifetime. Real change means becoming better at understanding yourself and others, more skilled in managing and expressing your emotions, and more effective in communicating in your relationships. We will clarify your main concerns and goals, identify the barriers to change, and then use your strengths and new tools to find solutions that fit your personality and lifestyle.
Chronic Pain
(303) 532-1514
Denver, Colorado 80222
Joan Getz-Heller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have worked in the field of psychotherapy for thirty years and appreciate that every individual's situation and story is unique. Empathy, humor and gentle reflection characterize my therapeutic style as I collaboratively help my clients gain a sense of resolution, well being and optimism about the challenges they are seeking help for.
Chronic Pain
(303) 816-8698
Denver, Colorado 80222
Claire Goodis-Baker, Counselor  in Denver
“The ability to be heard and to learn from what one is saying aloud is the basis of good psychotherapy. Being a creative and empathic guide in the process is my focus. I have an interactive and energetic style and believe that much of the healing and clarity clients achieve are a direct result of the healing atmosphere that I can provide.
Chronic Pain
(303) 816-8495
Denver, Colorado 80222
Estelle Keren, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience working with clients of all ages, from adolescents through adulthood and end of life challenges. I believe that doing therapy requires an emphasis on empowerment. Many people struggle with balancing their own needs versus those of others. Every stage of life provides a new opportunity to grow. I will help you understand the root of your emotional pain and will offer suggestions based on the solutions that have worked for others in similar situations. We will collaborate together to establish the goals of our work.
Chronic Pain
(720) 724-8014
Denver, Colorado 80222
Laura L Knutson, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“If you have experienced trauma of any kind, either as a child or as an adult, I have many years of experience helping people heal from trauma. I am a certified EMDR therapist and consultant and have found EMDR to be a very successful therapy for post-traumatic stress symptoms, relationship problems, anxiety, stress-related problems or depression. Often, our history intrudes into our present life. Much of the therapy I do can help you become more aware of how this is happening. You can learn to heal history and you can learn how not to let it control you now.
Chronic Pain
(720) 388-1840
Denver, Colorado 80222
Shannon Boyle, Counselor  in Denver
“I specialize in working with adults recovering from recent or past trauma, and other persistent mental health and substance abuse issues. I take a whole-person approach to treatment, focusing not only on the symptoms you are struggling with, but on each area of life. My approach is strength-based, recognizing that even those who are struggling have inner and outer strength, a wide range of capabilities, and probably already have some supportive resources. We will work together to assess each area of your life and work to create a plan that promotes recovery, growth, and wellness across life's dimensions.
Chronic Pain
(720) 410-5504
Denver, Colorado 80222
At Peace Therapy Centers, Professional Counseling, Counselor  in Denver
“Sometimes we just need someone to hold our hearts, without being judged. If you suffer from depression, mood disorders, anxiety, stress or trauma this can make life feel unmanageable and out of control. My job is to help you feel safe enough to learn new techniques and skills to be in control of your emotions and life. No one person is the same, therefore I use an eclectic approach to therapy. Your session will be guided by your needs and wants.
Chronic Pain
(303) 900-7106
Denver, Colorado 80222
Rebecca Chapman  in Denver
“I am not taking on new clients at this time, please check back at a later date for updated information. Thank you.
Chronic Pain
(303) 835-0669
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kim Stromgren, Counselor  in Denver
Counselor, MA
“Are you feeling over-whelmed, worried, stressed, confused, or conflicted within relationships to the point where it feels tough to manage everything by yourself? Are these feelings impacting your daily life, possibly causing you to struggle with how you see yourself and your choices? Oftentimes life's abundance of challenges and opportunities can interfere with our vision of ourselves and our lives. I'll work with you to develop a therapeutic plan to reach your goals and ultimately feel better and more confident now and in the future no matter what obstacles or distractions may arise.
Chronic Pain
(720) 204-5976
Denver, Colorado 80222
Lois Darmstadter, Psychologist  in Denver
“What brings you to my office? The answers to this question are as varied as are the people who seek consultation with me. You may have a problem or disappointment with your health, work, relationships, self-esteem, mood, or body image. People seek consultations with me when, despite being very capable, they have not been able to get their lives on the course that they desire. I believe that the changes you want to accomplish can be brought about by the combination of my skills, your knowledge of yourself, and the strong working relationship that we establish together.
Chronic Pain
(303) 900-5658
Denver, Colorado 80222
Jonathan P Decarlo, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, BA, CAC, III
“I am a Certified Addiction Counselor (Level III), with over 18 years of experience in addiction/recovery and mental health care. My current practice includes working with individuals, couples, & families in developing personal growth in early recovery from addiction and mental health issues, from assessment through direct care. Having both inpatient residential & outpatient care experience with adolescents & adults, I seek to help people find therapeutic solutions utilizing a wide array of modalities & approaches to meet their individual needs & goals to enrich their lives. My background & training are in psychology, philosophy, & theology allowing for unique perspectives in the therapeutic process.
Chronic Pain
(720) 431-1824
Denver, Colorado 80222
Brian Beaumund  in Denver
“I focus on helping my clients through an exploratory, collaborative and dynamic process. As a result, my clients discover new ways of being in the world, which they ultimately find to be more productive, healthy and fulfilling.
Chronic Pain
(720) 726-1622
Denver, Colorado 80222
Kathleen D Robinson, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over 20 years of experience providing individual therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, and psychological assessments. I enjoy helping individuals develop skills and insight to deal with life's pressures, and feel hopeful and empowered as they confront their fears to create change. My areas of expertise include anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, self-injury, identity development, personal growth and relationship issues. I enjoy teaching coping skills to effectively deal with stress and break away from old, ineffective patterns and struggles.
Chronic Pain
(303) 782-0433
Denver, Colorado 80222
Lizanne Corbit Counseling, Counselor  in Denver
“Many clients are in crisis and seeking assistance with a specific issue: Divorce, Grief, Addiction, Depression, Medical Diagnosis, Anxiety, or Life Transition. Therapy helps treat the turmoil that is the natural result of these issues. The skills developed during therapy help clients live full, happy and rich lives. Clients generally arrive with a specific personal crisis. I work in unison with clients to facilitate a deeper, richer, sense of identity. Each individual is held from a perspective of capability, competency, and resiliency, that bring about a sense of continuity and recognition of their authentic self.
Chronic Pain
(303) 532-1827
Denver, Colorado 80222
Max Wachtel, Psychologist  in Denver
“In addition to being the 9News Psychologist, I have been working with individuals and groups for 18 years. My focus is on helping people understand more about themselves and improving the quality of their lives. I strongly believe that a kind, empathic and supportive therapeutic relationship is the foundation for a person's improvement in therapy. I like to work collaboratively with my clients to develop a therapy plan that meets each individual's current needs.
Chronic Pain
(720) 439-6138
Denver, Colorado 80222
Lisa Hunter Lollar, Psychologist  in Denver
“People seek therapy because they need to make changes in their lives. Whether feeling overwhelmed by current circumstances or unable to break away from old patterns and struggles, therapy offers clarity, hope, and the possibility of change. My experience and education have led me to believe that one of the most important aspects of psychotherapy is the client-therapist relationship: therapy is a relationship based treatment. My client-centered approach is built on a positive, mutually respectful relationship. My approach is individually tailored for each client, taking into account their past and their current situation and concerns.
Chronic Pain
(720) 213-5610
Denver, Colorado 80222

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Chronic Pain (Fibromyalgia) Therapists
If you're looking for help with chronic pain in 80222 or for a 80222 chronic pain Therapist, these professionals provide chronic pain treatment, chronic pain management and chronic back pain treatment. They include chronic pain Therapists in 80222, chronic pain psychologosists, chronic pain anorexia and chronic pain counselors. A Therapist can help with chronic back pain in 80222, chronic neck pain, chronic pain syndrome, pain management and pain relief. They are skilled at helping with fibromyalgia. Therapists use various Therapist techniques to help relieve pain in 80222.

How can I tell if a therapist is right for me?
Therapists in University Hills - 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 80222 you'll find that most therapists are trained in marriage counseling or couples counseling in 80222 and couples therapy. And they welcome families for family counseling in 80222 or family therapy in University Hills - Denver.