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Therapists in Denver, CO 80211
Highland, Jefferson Park and Northwest

Cory Reid-Vanas, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Asking for help is never easy. Many people feel unsure about how therapy can support them. Therapy guides your decision making process and allows for new perspective. The difficult feelings that you are having can be more effectively managed within a safe & confidential place. It is likely that you will begin to experience relief and clarity. I offer a free 30-minute consultation for ADULTS, YOUTH & COUPLES to discuss how I can coach you towards making important life decisions and better understand the difficulties you experience. The process may be challenging but is well worth the effort.
(720) 252-0345
Denver, Colorado 80211
Lisa Talucci, Counselor  in Denver
“My approach to the therapeutic relationship is collaborative, and actively engages you in understanding your unique life experiences, your challenges and resiliency. My work integrates a family systems model, psychodynamic, experiential and mindfulness approach. I will guide you through a process of exploring and developing inner resources and integrating it into your daily life. I specialize in working with adoption issues, relationships, eating disorders, mood, anxiety, cancer, life transitions and loss.
(303) 963-9161
Denver, Colorado 80211
Bennett Ostroff  in Denver
“I have a passion for helping individuals and couples work through relationship challenges. I help couples improve communication, manage conflict effectively, break through gridlocked issues, and revitalize distant relationships. My ultimate goal is to help couples establish a foundation of friendship and admiration, build trust and commitment, and reignite passion and romance. I also work with individuals dealing with current/recent divorce, other relationship issues, dating difficulties, social anxiety, depression, and grief/loss. I especially enjoy treating students and young adults who are struggling to find independence, love, and happiness as they begin to navigate life on their own.
(303) 433-5000 x3
Denver, Colorado 80211
Elan Benami, Counselor  in Denver
“Is it easier to care for others than for yourself? Does your life lack balance? Together, we explore these patterns in a safe, confidential space. Anxiety, feelings of unworthiness, and misdirected anger are coping strategies that keep us stuck. I help "rewire" your brain by guiding you towards your emotions and shining light on your core beliefs.
(720) 414-6449
Denver, Colorado 80211
Lauren Mack, Counselor  in Denver
“I am compassionate and caring in my therapeutic style and will help you find your strengths and hope when life is difficult. I believe all people have answers to the problems and challenges they face. My role, as a therapist, is to help you discover these answers during therapy.
(720) 606-2635
Denver, Colorado 80211
YY Wei, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“Are you ready to regain the strength that you have had within yourself? Are you ready to have a more compassionate, intimate relationship with your loved ones? Do you want more skills to strengthen the attachment and the communication between you and your partners, children, teens, and/or other family members? Are you ready to leave your past behind you, live more fully in the present, and create a brighter future for yourself? I can help you to rekindle, reconnect, recreate playful sparks to have healthier relationships by focusing on emotional, relational intelligence, sexuality issues, and personal empowerment.
(720) 548-2867
Denver, Colorado 80211
Keith Manchester, Counselor  in Denver
“Simply put, if you or someone you know needs help dealing with the variety of stressors that come with life, I would value to opportunity to help. In my practice I attempt to refrain from judgment and am not motivated to find a diagnosis to label you with. We live in a world that often reacts to dilemmas instead of being proactive. Even if you feel your issues have not become too cumbersome, I'd be privileged to discuss why you are checking out my bio for potential counseling services.
(720) 608-2805
Denver, Colorado 80211
Emily Althaus, Psychologist  in Denver
“As a licensed clinical psychologist I work with individuals and couples to create an individualized plan leading to self-discovery, fulfillment and greater authenticity. I work to create a safe relationship for clients to explore difficult aspects of their lives and to gain insight into recurring, self-defeating patterns. My practice focuses on helping each client to discover and build upon their innate strengths and ability to make positive changes.
(720) 288-0982
Denver, Colorado 80211
Carrie McCrudden, Psychologist  in Denver
“READY TO TAKE THE NEXT STEP? Beat anxiety, increase happiness, and win over trauma. Let me help you stress less, enjoy your relationships (and yourself) more, and undo the bad habits which keep you stuck. Together we can work together to move you towards the life you want by learning how to change for good. Dr. Carrie is open-minded, welcoming and provides a safe space for you to work through what is getting in your way!
(720) 722-2347
Denver, Colorado 80211
Scott Church, Counselor  in Denver
“Compulsive Sexual Behavior/Sex Addiction: Many healthcare workers view and treat compulsive behavior as an "addiction," with sexual behavior being the primary problem. The addiction model is typically based on 12-step programs that focus on refraining from sexual behavior judged inappropriate by the program, rather than cultivating sexual behaviors that support a healthy and unique expression of your sexuality. As an alternative or adjunct to this approach, I work with compulsive sexual behavior as a potential symptom of some greater underlying cause that, when addressed, can lead to greater fulfillment and closeness in your sexual and intimate relationships.
(720) 636-8939
Denver, Colorado 80211
Flourish Counseling & Coaching, Counselor  in Denver
“Flourish Counseling & Coaching is a highly reputable practice that specializes in strengthening adults & the relationships they value most: COUPLES who feel stuck, frustrated or worried about the future of their relationship. ADULTS who are stressed out, depressed, or faced with challenging relationships. EMDR for individuals healing from disturbing life events. And CHILD & FAMILY THERAPY to empower parents & increase harmony at home. We also offer LIFE COACHING to adults who are ready to fulfill their full potential.
(303) 455-3767 x1
Denver, Colorado 80211
Dianne Drake Foss, Counselor  in Denver
Counselor, MS, LPC
“I genuinely enjoy being an LPC and Certified Gestalt Psychotherapist in private practice. I offer insight and a helping hand for adults, groups, and the elderly. Issues include, but are not limited to problem drinking, self-esteem, grief, loss, anxiety, and estrangement.
(303) 578-3732
Denver, Colorado 80211
Julie Gladnick, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“My goal is to offer a supportive and nonjudgemental space to express and explore your struggles, fears, and anxieties. As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I am passionate about helping individuals find more satisfying relationships with themselves and with others. Whether you are battling ongoing feelings of insecurity, anxiety and depression, a new or expecting mom battling anxiety of the unknown, body image, or relationship issues, or a professional or recent graduate facing a difficult life transition, I would love the opportunity to help you in your journey to a more peaceful and joyful life.
(720) 457-0407
Denver, Colorado 80211
David J Smith, Counselor  in Denver
“Seeking counseling can be a difficult first step. It's hard for us to acknowledge our pain, and often we feel guilty about it. Feelings aren't good or bad, they just are--the consequences of those feelings are what we can influence. Counseling is important because it can provide a safe place to speak the truth about what we are going through. Our truth is powerful and can be a motivator for making changes to how we feel and what we do. Counseling can help us identify our values, goals, & beliefs and to harness them to help us heal.
(303) 732-6873
Denver, Colorado 80211
Nancy R. Harris,   in Denver
“Feeling stuck and/or disconnected? Want better loving relationships? Want to find your Soul Mate? Don't really fit anywhere? My intuitive and spiritual approach to helping and Adults/Couples - especially Highly Sensitive and Intuitive People - will quickly and easily transform your life and relationship(s). Learn how to connect in a disconencted world, plus Discover, Release and Re-program your past issues, traumas, and experiences (even past lives) that block you from connecting to your "True Self", God/Source and others. Experiencing love, joy and inner peace within yourself is the key to attracting deep and lasting connections.
(720) 316-7058
Denver, Colorado 80211
Julie Ciecior, Counselor  in Denver
“Life can be incredibly trying and difficult sometimes, and these times can be quite frightening and are not meant to be worked through alone. I believe that you are able to work through your pain and suffering to find balance, and peace in your life. It is common to feel like you may need help from a therapist and making the decision to no longer go it alone takes courage. I enjoy building a therapeutic relationship with my clients in order to work through these experiences and find some balance and peace in their lives.
(720) 330-4032
Denver, Colorado 80211
Jenna Keller  in Denver
“I provide holistic counseling and coaching services. I strive to create a safe and non-judgemental atmosphere. I welcome you exactly as you are, and that is where we will begin. By engaging in the process of inquiry, we can discover what is needed to empower you to live your best life. Together, we will clear away barriers that are preventing you from having what you want in your relationships, career, or health. Utilizing a combination of mind-body modalities, we can access your highest potential for healing and growth.
(408) 512-3665
Denver, Colorado 80211
Ashleigh Peterson, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you stuck in the WAR ZONE- struggling with an addiction or fighting a constant battle with your partner? I believe that regardless of how your life may appear to the rest of the world, its human and normal to experience feelings of isolation, hurt, betrayal, shame, fear and hopelessness-feeling stuck going through the motions. So then life becomes more about avoiding these feelings and distress rather than living according to what matters to you. This is the very reason counseling is a great place to start and why I'm so passionate about what I do.
(970) 279-4346
Denver, Colorado 80211
Simone Verrone, Counselor  in Denver
“Are you feeling 'stuck' because of a difficult experience you lived through? Are you having anxiety, fear or sadness due to what happened to you? Do you wish you could overcome problems within your marriage or other relationships caused by the past?
(720) 463-1450
Denver, Colorado 80211
Becky Natenberg, Counselor  in Denver
“Do you intuitively know that you need change in your life, but are nervous or scared of what might come from it? Do you feel stuck but are unable to put your finger on why? Are you in unfulfilling relationships? Events from our past and/or current life circumstances can often leave us feeling overwhelmed and disengaged from our lives; I strive to support you in living the life you want and deserve and to face problems that may be yet defined.
(928) 614-7716
Denver, Colorado 80211
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