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Therapists in Castle Rock

Malia Doss, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Castle Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, SEP
“I am a licensed somatic psychotherapist integrating somatic experiencing, psychodynamic therapy, the psychobiological principals of attachment and somatic bodywork in my practice. Stress manifests in many forms: mood disorders, financial hardship, relationship issues, parenting challenges, emotional/sexual abuse, self-harming behaviors, accidents, spiritual issues, medical procedures, alcoholism/addiction, work stress, being exposed to violence/acts of war, being a first responder and exposure to natural disasters. I also specialize in couples counseling with an emotionally focused orientation looking at emotional realities and signals as well as interactional patterns and attachment bonds.
(310) 596-4090
Castle Rock, Colorado 80109
“I have worked for twenty years with children (PK -12) in private and public school settings. Most of my work has focussed on helping children to be more successful in school; however, I have also worked extensively with home-schooled students. The majority of my work has been testing for Learning Disabilities, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delays, and other disabilities impacting education. I have also provided counseling, support groups and consultative services for students struggling with mental health and academic issues. I am a Licensed School Psychologist (Colorado Department of Education) and a Registered Psychotherapist (Colorado Department of Regulatory Agency).
(720) 463-1920
Castle Rock, Colorado 80109
Tracy J Grant, Counselor  in Castle Rock
“Tracy Grant M.A. is a Registered Psychotherapist working with individuals, couples, families, children, & teens in the Castle Rock & Parker, Colorado area. She received her graduate degree in Counseling & Psychotherapy with an emphasis in Marriage & Family Therapy from the Adler Graduate School in Richfield, Minnesota. She is a member of the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy (AAMFT), is certified as a Prepare/Enrich Couples facilitator, and is an Addiction Recovery Program Volunteer.
(720) 414-6241
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Kim Nadler, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Castle Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, LMFT
“I have been working with families and couples for over 30 years. I am committed to helping couples improve their marital situation for the benefit of families. The most common complaints are about misunderstandings and inability to communicate effectively with one's partner.
(720) 340-3767
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
James Pontius, Ph.D., Psychologist  in Castle Rock
“I work toward helping clients feel emotionally safe in therapy. It is very important that people feel validated, understood, accepted, and not judged for having their difficulties. I have been in private practice for over 20 years. I work with a wide variety of people, including individuals, couples and families. I have particular interests in helping people with depression (including Bipolar Disorder), anxiety (i.e.,panic, generalized & social anxiety, PTSD, OCD, etc), relationship difficulties, and addictions. I am a provider for numerous managed care companies, and have been on medical staffs of various hospitals for many years.
(720) 580-6261
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Thea Pearman, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Castle Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Welcome future clients and congratulations, because contacting a therapist can be very difficult---often even frightening to reach out. Making that first call can be your first step! I am a licensed family therapist with over 17 years of experience. I have experience with adolescence in such areas as self mutilation or cutting and/or social issues at school, marital discord, and depression/anxiety issues. Much of my work has been with couples experiencing infidelity with the hope to stay together after such a devastating blow to their union. It has been amazing to watch many couples stay together and recommit themselves to their marriages.
(303) 900-7301
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Laura Brassie, Registered Psychotherapist  in Castle Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Registered Psychotherapist, MA, LPCC
“We can all get "stuck" sometimes, and I think the purpose of counseling is to help and support you along your journey. I view counseling as a holistic process, meaning that mental, physical, and emotional health are all interconnected. I specialize in are depression, anxiety, relationship issues, spirituality, gender and sexuality, emotional education, coping skills, eating disorders, and adolescents. I use a strengths-based approach and my goal is to empower my clients to make informed choices about their lives. I value spirituality in counseling and can work with you in a faith-based approach if desired.
(720) 204-3865
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Erika Katzenmeier, Counselor  in Castle Rock
“Counseling is a very personal experience! A personal experience should be addressed sensitively and with a personal touch. Whatever the reason for seeking counseling you can be assured your treatment will be tailor fit to meet your needs and personality. I provide a safe environment and collaborative treatment which ensures each client gets their needs met in a way that is comfortable for them!
(720) 523-0114
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Tamara G Suttle, Counselor  in Castle Rock
“Are you searching for a new path, more options or a clue to getting the most out of the path you're on? If so, perhaps I am the right therapist for you! My name is Tamara Suttle and my strength lies in working with clients who have forgotten who they really are or are ready to take a stand for the person they wish to be. If you are interested in seeing yourself in a new way -- stronger and bolder and more creative -- then I may be a good fit for you.
(303) 660-4989
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Angela M Nock, Counselor  in Castle Rock
“I am a registered psychotherapist who works with individuals, couples, families, children, and adolescents in the Castle Rock and South Metro Denver, Colorado area. My therapeutic approach is solution-focused, and I provide a personalized level of care in a safe and comfortable space, where together we discover ways to address life challenges. Each time that you release something negative, you have room to receive something positive. I believe each person has the ability to overcome whatever obstacles they may be facing to transform their life into something amazing. I look forward to being on this journey with you.
(720) 613-4764
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Jenna Ingram Roe, Counselor  in Castle Rock
“Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I believe that my credentials matter; however, I imagine that sometimes all the clinical jargon is too technical. Ultimately, if we choose to work together it will be because of a relationship, not because of the letters behind my name! I have had a passion for children and adolescent for over 10 years. I began as a mentor and proceeded to work with teenagers that had been expelled, suspended or had dropped out of school or had found themselves in trouble with the law.
(720) 608-5535
Castle Rock, Colorado 80108
Paula R Schmidtlein  in Castle Rock
“Hello, my name is Paula Schmidtlein. My goal of treatment is to help people through their difficulties so they can more fully enjoy life. I believe in order for therapy to be effective you need to feel comfortable. I know that choosing a therapist can be a difficult and challenging process. I value the therapeutic relationship and feel it is vital for success. For this reason, I offer a free phone consultation to answer your questions and ensure that we are a good fit.
(303) 638-6092
Castle Rock, Colorado 80108
Erica J. Bellar, Counselor  in Castle Rock
“Hello and welcome to New Balance Professional Counseling! I am very pleased that you are considering the services that I provide. I currently provide individual, family, and couples counseling for a variety of issues including: depression, anxiety, grief and loss; as well as issues related to health and lifestyle management, interpersonal conflict, and trauma. I provide therapy in a judgement free environment and enjoy working with people with different backgrounds, belief systems, and sexual orientations.
(307) 201-7101
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
“I have worked for over 17 years in private practice. I work with children, adolescents and adults who are struggling with mood disorders, addiction issues, relationship conflicts, codependency, behavioral problems, grief and loss, PTSD. I also complete substance abuse assessments. My goal is to find out what works best for you, to explore solutions and to provide tools and stratagies to make lasting changes. I provide education, explore feelings and provide alternatives to the destructive patterns that sometimes develop in our lives.
(303) 647-4133
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Scarlett Doise, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Castle Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have worked for many years in the field of Psychotherapy providing services to a wide range of clients ages five and up. My approach is very person centered. I want to get to know you first, and this can help to identify why you are having the issues you are having, and what approach will best meet your needs. In today's society we have lots of stressors leading to an increase in anxiety and depressive disorders, but these can be addressed through therapy in order to help you lead the most fulfilling life possible.
(720) 408-2142
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Dawn Gabriel, Counselor  in Castle Rock
“I view counseling as a holistic process and take an integrative and strength-focused approach. My specialties are in the areas of emotional education, coping skills, anxiety, depression, transitions, conflict management, communication skills, women's issues, spirituality and relationship issues. My intention with each session is to tailor the therapeutic experience to your individual needs. I believe that everyone has strength and choices, but you may need guidance to understand and embrace those characteristics. It is my desire is to be a provider of hope, compassion, and empowerment as I come alongside you during this part of your journey.
(303) 647-5954
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Jillian M. Chapman, Counselor  in Castle Rock
“Please, come as you are. Sometimes we all need extra support navigating the challenges life throws our way. I am here for you. I invite you into a safe environment and purposeful relationship that honors your confidentiality. I will come along side of you wherever you are in your present circumstances, and will not judge you for any reason. I will work with you to create a plan for healing and growth and will journey with you in pursuit of your goals, building on your strengths and fostering self-discovery, towards a more joyful and fulfilling life for you.
(720) 431-3365
Castle Rock, Colorado 80109
Elizabeth W Dailey,   in Castle Rock
“I have a private practice in which I use hypnotherapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to empower clients to solve issues such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, and many other stress related issues. I also have specialty certifications in pain management and regression therapy and am passionate about helping clients in these areas.
(720) 583-9798
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
Joy Myers, Counselor  in Castle Rock
“We are not free to decide if struggle will enter our lives. But we are free to decide how we respond to it. I have had over 30 years of experience assisting individuals and couples taking the raw material of pain and struggle and turning it into an opportunity for growth and change. If you are depressed, anxious, experiencing loss or transition; if you are feeling emotionally disconnected from your partner, your relationship is not a safe haven,or old wounds remain unforgiven, take the first step in the change process by setting an appointment for individual or couple counseling.
(720) 316-7292
Castle Rock, Colorado 80108
Jessika Redman, Counselor  in Castle Rock
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, DBH, NCC, LPC, DAACS
“I work with Individuals, Couples, and Families. I am an interactive, solution-focused therapist. My therapeutic approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients effectively address personal life challenges. I offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each unique client, couple, and family. I strive to create a comfortable space where you can relax and be your self, and together we can make sense of what brought you in.
(303) 900-5928
Castle Rock, Colorado 80104

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