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

Jason Polk, Drug & Alcohol Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Drug & Alcohol Counselor, LCSW, LAC
“I specialize in addiction, trauma and couples. I have worked with adolescents and adults suffering from drug and/or alcohol abuse for several years. Because substance abuse is usually a symptom of deeper issues, it is not necessary to be suffering from substance abuse in order for us to address such issues as anxiety, depression or trauma together. My most basic theoretical approach is strength based meaning: lets build on what is working for you while addressing what you would like to change.
(720) 903-3326
Denver, Colorado 80211
Rachel Smith, Counselor  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, NCC, CACII, EMDR, II
“My approach to counseling is creative, warm, open, and sometimes even fun! I combine deep inner work with art, imagination, journaling, meditation, and dreamwork, which allows for a truly transformational experience of counseling. This is not your run-of-the-mill counseling - this is Soul Work!
(720) 903-0813
Denver, Colorado 80211
Melanie Schettler, Psychologist  in Denver
“In therapy, I focus on creating an atmosphere that is relaxed and natural, confidential and interactive. I work with individuals to help them understand how their complex history, feelings, and relationships contribute to their current situation. In my experience, this has remarkable effects on diminishing anxiety and depression, coping with loss and trauma, repairing relationships, and fostering a more connected and satisfying life. I bring a mindfulness-based, broad world-view, and deep cultural sensitivity to my work and I have experience with individuals from many different cultures and facing many types of challenges.
(303) 625-6813
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
“Thank you for visiting my profile and considering my practice! I provide individual, family, couples, and sex therapy in my private practice, YY Therapy, LLC, in Denver and Westminster. I have specialty training and experience utilizing a variety of therapeutic techniques and approaches to help my clients from different backgrounds around the issues of relationship/intimacy/performance issues, sexual pleasure, family changes and dynamics, adolescent issues/behaviors, gender identity, sexual orientation, abuse and trauma, substance abuse, grief and loss, Autism and developmental disability, dual diagnoses, stress management, chronic and persistent mental health conditions like Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar, and Personality Disorders.
(720) 548-2867
Denver, Colorado 80211
Matthew B Myles, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Do repetitive thoughts or habits preoccupy you, consume valuable time, or alienate you from others? If so, you may have Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, or OCD. If you have questions about OCD or its treatment - for yourself or someone you know - please contact me. I have specialized in helping people with OCD since 2002. OCD 'triggers' are often more severe in someone's home environment, and symptoms can make it especially difficult to attend outside appointments, so I work with people in their own homes and communities in addition to meetings at my office.
(720) 891-0571
Denver, Colorado 80211
Spiral Center for Transformative Practices  in Denver
“Laura Wade Jaster, MA, eRYT,offers individual, couple, and occasionally group counseling. She draws from an experiential and depth-oriented psychology background with a holistic and somatic emphasis. Laura completed her counseling psychology degree and internship through Regis University, and graduated from a 2-year somatic psychotherapy training through the Hakomi Institute. Hakomi integrates neuroscience and mindfulness with physical, emotional, and spiritual elements. In addition, she is a long time yoga practitioner and experienced yoga teacher.
(720) 213-5928
Denver, Colorado 80211
Jessica Small, Counselor  in Denver
“I am committed to and passionate about helping individuals,families & couples create more fulfilling relationships and function at an optimum level of health and happiness. Whether to improve relationships or cope with life changes, I utilize a systems perspective to understand the complexities and strengths of my clients. While the majority of our work together will focus on the present, I also believe past experiences influence how people behave and respond in relationships. With empathy, humor and gentle encouragement we will work together to create healthy relationships that provide fulfillment and personal satisfaction.
(303) 625-6193
Denver, Colorado 80211
Mikey Brackett, Counselor  in Denver
“Trained in Experiential Play Therapy Mikey truly enjoys creating a safe and powerful space that meets each persons unique emotional and developmental needs. He understands that the counseling process, done well, happens in a creative and collaborative space; making use of varying artistic methods to enrich the client's experience. He is integrative and experiential, offering dynamic and intentional care to the people he works with. In this, he hopes and believes that each client can experience growth and healing and that in therapy they will be both challenged and encouraged, experiencing support and gaining deeper insight.
(706) 843-2714
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) 548-2455
Denver, Colorado 80211
Jill Pinarowicz, Psychologist  in Denver
“Everyone deserves to live a life filled with happiness, health, and love. Challenges may arise that are difficult to overcome. I see therapy as a way to develop better ways to cope with life in the present, heal wounds from the past, and let go of worries of the future. Therapy can help you overcome these barriers that stand in your way. I help clients gain insight by providing a supportive and caring environment, while also challenging my clients when they are ready. I'm honored to hear your life story along your journey to having the life you deserve.
(720) 310-2235
Denver, Colorado 80211
People House, Treatment Facility  in Denver
“People House offers affordable counseling, our sliding scale therapy uses counselors who are getting their masters degree in counseling. This program is intended for clients who have a need for counseling services but lack the resources for full-priced psychotherapy. Counseling by People House interns is on a sliding scale basis at a suggested cost of $20 to $40 per hour or more depending on ability to pay. We request that clients choose the appropriate fee based on income and life circumstances. We hope all of you who want to improve your personal development, but may lack the financial resources for professional counseling, will consider taking advantage of this program - it will empower your life! Don't let ability to pay come in the way of receiving quality low cost counseling. Contact one of the outstanding interns listed here to schedule an appointment directly or call the People House office, (303) 480-5130.
(303) 536-3347
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
Michelle F Cox, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“You've taken the first step! I believe your choice to engage in therapy is a sign of strength and resourcefulness. As a therapist with 23 years experience and an educator, I bring compassion, understanding and humor to a therapeutic relationship with children and adults. Whether you have identified a specific issue that is impacting your life or your child's, or if you have identified a feeling of dissatisfaction with life in general and would like support in personal growth, we can work together to realize your goal of living a life that is satisfying.
(303) 747-6785
Denver, Colorado 80211
Brian Wolff, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a Licensed Clinical Psychologist with specialized training in the evaluation of Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Dyslexia and other learning disabilities, intellectual and executive functioning, developmental challenges, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and behavioral difficulties. My clinical work is grounded in evidence-based research and employs a primarily cognitive-behavioral approach to assessment and therapy. I also collaborate with families in developing and sustaining educational and treatment plans focused on supporting the academic, cognitive, social-emotional, and behavioral needs of children and teenagers. Plans can include individual and/or family therapy, as well as consultation with school teams and health professionals.
(303) 747-4015
Denver, Colorado 80211
Bridget M Blasius  in Denver
“Trauma has many faces. For many of us, trauma comes from a single episode, such as an accident or an assault. For others, trauma can come from an ongoing pattern of abuse or neglect. If this trauma occurs early in childhood, it can have a devastating effect on our sense of self-worth, and our ability to make human connections. We might constantly feel like we are on the outside, looking in, desperately wanting human contact but terrified of reaching out. Sometimes, emotions can feel "too intense", and we isolate ourselves so we don't feel overwhelmed.
(720) 463-1749
Denver, Colorado 80211
Walter Almanza, Counselor  in Denver
“With your issues not being appreciated, understood, or supported by family or friends, the feeling of isolation may be overwhelming and you need someone to listen and help you through this difficult time. I work together with you to create realistic goals to help you in the here and now, a safe place from which to explore these difficult places of your life and make the changes you need and want. My orientation is based on a combination of behavioral psychoeducation and a Humanistic approach where you are my focus. Change is possible, and I'm here to help you!
(303) 747-4769
Denver, Colorado 80211
Sue Torfin, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
“I work with people in either a therapy or coaching capacity. Clients are able to make significant personal and relationship changes through the trusting relationship that I foster and the skills I have to motivate change. In out initial evaluations, we consider the client’s family-of-origin and any traumatic events, any mental health challenges like depression or anxiety, current life challenges and relationships, as well as drug an alcohol use. I offer EMDR as a treatment modality especially effective in trauma recovery. I also offer a coaching group to promote advanced development for the already successful client.
(720) 248-8913
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
Emily Duhaime, Counselor  in Denver
“Therapy is a journey into the soul -- a way to reach in, explore it's terrain and carry what we discover back into our everyday lives. To facilitate this exploration I use traditional psychotherapy as well as art therapy and elements of ritual in my work with children, adolescents and adults.
(303) 900-7136
Denver, Colorado 80211
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