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Therapists in Colorado Springs

Sunflower Psychological Services, Psychologist  in Colorado Springs
“My focus is on providing psychotherapy and consultation to adolescents and adults. My mission is to provide quality services to individuals who are motivated to make positive changes in their lives. I help people cope with a variety of mental health concerns (e.g., anxiety, depression, self-esteem), physical health issues (e.g., sleep, eating, stress, chronic pain/illness, caregiving), relationships, and adjustment issues including school/work adjustment, and culture or language challenges. For information about additional services, see my website at http://www.drjhinkelman.com
(719) 225-2549
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80905
Whitney Nolan  in Colorado Springs
“Are you feeling stressed, exhausted, or overwhelmed by the challenges you and your family are facing? Feeling unsure about what steps to take next? I believe that within every person, is a natural propensity toward healing and growth. I also know that it can be easy to get stuck or lost along the way. Sometimes all it takes is a safe place, a listening ear, or a kind word, to get us back on track. I've been working with families in the Colorado Springs area since 2010, and am eager to continue that work in my private practice.
(719) 423-6228
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Rosanne Morin, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Life is sometimes a struggle but you are not alone. Just by reading this, you have taken the most difficult step--reaching out. Whatever your struggle--a difficult relationship, loss or change, painful memories, or you're not sure--I can help. Are you feeling sad, angry, overwhelmed, or powerless? Perhaps low self-esteem, anxiety, addiction, depression, or fear block you from moving forward. My focus is to provide a safe place to be heard, understood, and supported. We will work together to find answers, direction, and peace. My own healing journey shapes my approach with compassion, empathy, and insights--all without judgment.
(719) 766-7662
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Patti Diffee  in Colorado Springs
“I work primarily with women, adolescents & families. Sometimes, life presents us with challenges that feel difficult to manage and it affects the way we see ourselves and our relationships with the people we live and work with every day. Maybe you are a woman struggling with anxiety, sadness, body image issues or, difficulty in relationships. Maybe you are a parent and life with your teenager is full of conflict and stress much of the time. We will work together to build on your strengths so you can live a more happy and fulfilled life!
(719) 387-1773
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
Scott Pilcher, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Are you a parent that is frustrated with your child's misbehavior? After working with hundreds of parents, I understand how difficult this can be. Using my 15 years of experience with parents, I will coach you on the best discipline methods to teach children healthy behaviors. I will work with the child to learn different ways of communicating their feelings. This will often reduce their misbehaviors. Parents I have helped, report less frustration and yelling. Parents also experience more positive communications with their children.
(719) 203-7309
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80917
Marni Armstrong, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Are you having trouble reaching your goals regarding relationships, career, giving up habits or starting new ones? Have you experienced significant loss: death of a loved one, a job or relationship that ended? Have you suffered trauma, either years ago or more recently? Do you struggle with depression or chronic health problems? Do "nerves" prevent you from doing your best on tests, at work, in sports or the performing arts? If you have concerns in any of these areas, give me a call. I can help you access your own healing power and resources.
(719) 581-9939
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909
Sandra Holland,   in Colorado Springs
“I am a psychotherapist with a warm, compassionate, collaborative approach to therapy.I believe therapy is a safe place for self-expression and healing, and I work to provide a venue unique to each client to learn emotional skills, improve communication and develop awareness and understanding of themselves and others.I facilitate connection, change and healing.
(855) 969-5640
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909
Shadow Mountain Recovery, Treatment Facility  in Colorado Springs
“Shadow Mountain Recovery Day Treatment Program allows people that might not have the funding to pay for residential care through insurance, at a lessor cost, and obtain treatment that is very similar to a residential model, which gives way to a good transition from residential to day treatment, following the idea of a continuum of care. The day treatment program consists of a 30-60 day process. Our experienced assessment team will evaluate our clients on whether 30 or 60 days is the most appropriate for each client and create a personalized program. Insurance - due to the fact that day treatment is a lower level of care, most insurance companies will cover at least a portion of day treatment groups, affording families the opportunity to use insurance benefits to pay for some of the costs of this group. Our experienced insurance experts will assist families in utilizing their insurance benefits to their fullest removing a stressful component that a family deals with during their quest to seeking coverage.
(719) 695-4966
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
Bill Bray, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC; # 5267) with over 20 years of psychotherapy and counseling experience. My goal-my privilege-as a therapist is to help people improve ways of thinking, feeling, and doing - three dimensions that cannot be neglected in therapy. And, because no "one" counseling approach is sufficient to explain all facets of human experience, I employ a variety of orientations including psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, person-centered, family systems, solution-focused, spiritual, and neuroscientific approaches - which I'll gladly discuss more in-depth upon request.
(719) 694-5110
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
John Henson, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“I can help with your adolescent. If your teen and family are struggling with troubling behaviors ranging from depressive to aggressive, I have solutions to offer. I have extensive experience working not only with depression and anxiety, but also with oppositional and defiant adolescences. My training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) has proven to be very effective in treating core problems which is often at the core of power struggles. At the core of DBT skills is learning to take ownership of problematic behaviors. Simple skills, once internalized, help calm strong feelings that polarize thoughts. DBT skills can help with learning disabilities such as ADHD.
(719) 425-4705
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80920
Sandra Orantes Jones, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Sandra Orantes Jones is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed School Psychologist who has worked in the field of children's mental health for over 30 years. Mrs. Jones has been in licensed and in private practice as a counselor where she works with children, teens and adults. Mrs. Jones specializes in play therapy and working with children who have learning disabilities, developmental delays, behavioral/emotional problems. including school problems, ADHD and depression. Sandy Jones works closely with parents to assist children to achieve success, confidence and overall emotional well-being. Sandy co-facilitates a Girls Personal Power Group yearly.
(719) 323-6615
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
Katherine Smutka, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, LPC, NCC, EMDR, GC-C, CCTP
“"The person who removes a mountain begins by carrying small stones." (Chinese proverb). I provide effective, professional, empathic counseling services to individuals in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas. I am available to support you through your difficult times and will work with you to direct your treatment and recovery. I have four years of community mental health experience and post-graduate education and have developed techniques to assist clients in coping with a wide range of concerns, from daily stress to chronic mental illness. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) as well as a National Certified Counselor (NCC).
(719) 453-0799
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909
Amanda Atwell, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, CAC-II, MS, CFI, PC
“In a supportive and understanding environment, clients are encouraged to unravel their stories. With support I hope to encourage my clients to take brave steps toward positive growth. The ultimate goal of therapy is positive self-awareness that allows clients to begin living, laughing, and loving themselves and others more freely again.
(719) 749-1957
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80907
Stacy Mesias, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Stacy Mesias specializes in helping working moms who are stressed, discontented, anxious, depressed or struggling in their relationships. As a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT), she has experience with individuals, couples, families, and adolescents.
(719) 423-4546
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Robert J Maley, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, PhD, LPC, NCC, MAC, CCFC
“My philosophy is to empower individuals through a better understanding of their concerns and assist with developing strategies and goals to achieve a more satisfying life. Therapy provides a supportive environment to accomplish these goals. The life span requires many adjustments in which supportive therapy can be of assistance. The individual must be open to explore the process in order to enjoy the benefits.
(719) 286-0960
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80909
Lori Kucharski, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT, LPC, AAMFT-A, EMDR
“I am an AAMFT Clinical Member and Approved Supervisor who works with a variety of presenting issues and problems while specializing trauma, PTSD, and EMDR treatment, teens and families, eating disorders, couples, health/weight loss, and spirituality. I believe we are most at peace when we are working towards it with others and are reconciling our past with our present in order to have a better future. I welcome and accept individuals from all backgrounds and walks of life. Change and growth can be uncomfortable, but I want my clients to experience support and success.
(719) 203-7061
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80910
Bill And Janean Fuller,   in Colorado Springs
“CHRISTIAN SEX THERAPY is our specialty! Download our free eBook "SEXUAL INTIMACY: WHY IT'S ESSENTIAL TO YOUR MARRIAGE" on our website, and check out our CLINICAL SEXUAL DYSFUNCTION PROTOCOLS that you can do in the privacy of your own home, or come to Colorado for a counseling intensive where you'll experience CHRISTIAN MIND-BODY WORK along with healing prayer. Mind-body work is remarkably effective for producing lasting change. These Splankna mind-body tools (EMDR, NET, and TFT) are particularly effective with trauma, sexual disorders, depression, anxiety, addictions and phobias and useful for healing trauma that is sub-conscious.
(719) 581-9910
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Cheryl Winters, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“At Resolution Counseling, it is my goal to help produce meaningful, long lasting changes instead of short term fixes. I am here to help you identify your own strengths and teach you how and when to utilize those strengths on your own healing journey. You will hear some things during therapy that make you feel better and some that may be painful. Addressing and facing the problem is the best way to overcome it. I believe in treating the whole person - Mind - Body - Spirit. Awareness of the interaction between mind, body and spirit encourages true healing and real growth.
(719) 285-6053
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Donna Santistevan-Kovac, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Colorado Springs
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Hello. I am a trauma therapist. I specialize in working with adult women, men, adolescents and couples who have experienced physical, sexual, psychological and emotional trauma of all kinds. I have also worked with soldiers and their families and people who have had major life-threatening or chronic illness. I deeply believe that you are meant to heal...and that you have everything you need inside of you to heal. If I have a gift it is to go into the darkness with you and help you find the light...It is there. I send you peace and healing. Donna
(719) 838-6104
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
Linda Sutton, Counselor  in Colorado Springs
“Are you where you want to be in life? Do you have a good life, but don't actually feel good? Do memories from your past undermine your present? Are you wondering why your relationships don't last? Are you in a permanent relationship but feel stuck, bored or angry? Are you questioning your sexuality? If you are struggling with any of these issues, contact me. I think I can help.
(719) 355-8466
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903
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