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Therapists in Fort Collins

Jessica Miller, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MS, LSW
“Reaching out and allowing somebody to help you sort through pain can be an intimidating process. I understand the courage it takes and because of this I believe in building a strong relationship based on trust. Not every therapist is a good match and I want to respect your time and finances. I offer a free 30-minute consultation to see what it would be like to work together. My goal is to provide a safe space for your story and to help you achieve healthy relationships and self-worth. I would be honored to be part of your healing process.
(847) 979-4851
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Shoshanna K. Shachtman, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“My primary objective when clients begin counseling is to create a safe and nonjudgmental environment to speak openly. I believe in the progression of change and enjoy working with various challenges that life presents to us. I strive to use a collaborative style of counseling, focused on helping clients gain a sense of empowerment. My emphasis is on the importance of increasing insight and awareness, as well as strengthening one's relationships and support systems.
(720) 380-3725
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Rachel Bedard, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“Anxious, depressed, difficulty concentrating? Got stress? Want more success? Feel better! From home or school problems to problems at work, we can work together to address the concerns that you have. By examining what is working well in your life and taking a careful look at problem areas, we can put together a plan to resolve your concerns. I tend to use humor, rewards, and direct feedback to promote change. I am trained to work with young children through adulthood and really enjoy the opportunity to help others make the changes they desire.
(970) 673-9272
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Tommilou R Davis, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, LCSW, LMT
“Are you feeling overwhelmed, disconnected and like brain fog has taken hold? Have you experienced past emotional trauma or chemical/physical injury to your brain followed by increased agitation and poor ability to focus or cope? There is hope; I can help. I offer Low Energy Neurofeedback, which has proven beneficial in helping the brain restore balance and plasticity. I have an integrated approach to therapy and will partner with you to develop a specific plan for restoring balance and promoting healing. My approach is heart centered, compassionate and inspired by a belief in hope for all.
(970) 208-8674
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Jessica Kuhn  in Fort Collins
“Are you dealing with the death of a loved one? Are you and your partner looking to enhance your relationship? Are you experiencing anxiety, depression, difficulties with a past trauma, struggling with a breakup, or do you simply wish you had someone to talk to who is impartial and non-judgmental? Therapy is about finding the right "fit" with a therapist, and I pride myself in creating a comfortable environment in which to foster growth. Sometimes all we need is to have a place to talk things out before we can move forward and feel better.
(970) 315-3227
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Holistic Mental Health Counseling LLC, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“My ideal client is one who is focused on learning how to cope with their issues and committed to the goal of healing. My clients will be suffering from painful issues: loss, grief, crisis, trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, personal relationship difficulties, and other stressful conditions. I am dedicated to the quality of the client-counselor relationship, based on trust and respect. My primary technique is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). But I tailor my treatment methods to suit the client's individual needs. I do not use a "one size fits all" approach. I am solution focused.
(970) 999-1332
Fort Collins, Colorado 80527
Jolie Beth Boudreaux, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Jolie Beth works with individuals, couples, and families. She has made a specialty of children's counseling, and has spent the past several years working primarily with children and their families. Her expertise includes techniques for addressing anxiety, anger, and trauma in children; working with children and families during life transitions; communication, conflict resolution, and boundaries for adults and children; and working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Jolie Beth employs a variety of theories and counseling techniques to create a specialized and unique therapeutic experience for each client based on their needs.
(970) 373-1594
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Jennifer Meyer, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Whether you are seeking individual, couples, or child/teen counseling in Fort Collins or the surrounding areas, I bring an exceptional level of caring and expertise to help you find healing and happiness. My specialties include anger management, anxiety, bipolar, depression, life coaching, self-esteem, stress, substance use recovery, codependency, trauma, abuse, PTSD, issues of race and multiculturalism, attachment, communication, intimacy, divorce recovery, second marriages, codependency, parenting, step family, conflict resolution, play therapy, cutting and self-injury, eating disorders, bullying, end-of-life issues, career transitions, life transitions, and spirituality.
(970) 497-4774
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Tracy Ziebell, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“Along with the poet Czeslaw Milosz, I have often wondered, "To whom do we tell what has happened on the earth?" I delight in the privilege of sitting with clients as they recount their stories of what has happened to them on the earth. Each story is unique and often filled with longing, pain, fear and disappointment. I would be honored to walk with you into the stories of your life as you become, I believe, more whole in the telling. I have a relational approach to therapy and believe that the therapeutic relationship can offer a place of healing and transformation.
(970) 372-1274
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Mary Cavanaugh McAfee, Psychiatric Nurse  in Fort Collins
“As a psychiatric nurse practitioner I treat a wide variety of mental health concerns. I have part of the University of Colorado Health system, Mountain Crest Behavioral Health for over ten years.
(970) 426-0126
Fort Collins, Colorado 80528
Lauren Maples, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“I specialize in working with children, teens, and parents. I tend to split my time between meeting directly with kids and with their parents, and I focus on using reserach-supported treatments to help my clients improve. I am very collaborative as a therapist and tend to be a pretty relaxed person, so therapy often takes the tone of, "What if we were to try this.... Do you think it might help?" rather than "You must do this, and only this way." Most of the families I have worked with have found this approach to be a comfortable and inviting way to tackle their problems.
(970) 366-4460
Fort Collins, Colorado 80526
Diane Bauer, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“If there is anything you should know about me, it is that I am passionate about my work as a psychotherapist. I love working with clients toward the changes they want to make in their lives. Therapy takes courage and I am humbled by that. It is an honor to share in people's lives. Therapy is a collaborative process. The most critical ingredient to successful therapy is the relationship you build with your therapist. If you don't feel comfortable, it will be difficult to share your deepest emotions and vulnerabilities.
(970) 999-1354 x325
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Steve Blad, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“I provide psychotherapy for all age groups and have 15 years of clinical experience. I do individual, couples, family,and play therapy. I treat a wide range of clinical issues: depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders (panic disorder, generalized anxiety, PTSD, OCD, etc.), schizoaffective disorder, psychosis, personality disorders (borderline, narcissistic, antisocial, histrionic, etc.), anger/domestic violence, and substance abuse/dependence. I assist clients dealing with various life stressors including job loss, grief, trauma, adjustment issues etc. I treat relationship/couples issues as well as family related concerns (communication, disruptive behavior, insecure attachments). I encourage and advocate for coping versus avoidance behavior.
(970) 427-5068
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Lynette McDonald Soto, Psychologist  in Fort Collins
“My passion is to help others understand, heal and accept themselves regardless of their personal life circumstances, and to integrate that new understanding and acceptance into a healthy lifestyle filled with rich relationships. I enjoy working with mature adolescents up to and including the life-embracing "older and wiser" groups. Two main beliefs that have guided me are these: "Nothing happens by accident (there's a reason for everything)", and, "We all have free will (to make our life what it can be)." I am a provider of the Crime Victim Compensation Program, and a member of the Colorado Psychological Association. I welcome you!
(970) 481-8340
Fort Collins, Colorado 80525
Inside Outside Counseling, LLC, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
“"When the pain of staying the same is greater than the pain of change, people will change." An old mentor of me used to say this and I've found it to be true consistently. Sometimes the pain is from within and sometimes life creates the pain for us, but either way I believe that when we are ready - change is available to everyone. I'm looking to serve clients interested in that change process. I have over 10 years of experience helping a wide variety of people change their lives.
(970) 673-4319
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Ann-Marie Bowman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Fort Collins
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, EMDRII, OSW-C
“My work is dedicated to helping people develop healthy and satisfying lives and relationships. Though it can be difficult to make the decision to begin psychotherapy, I have found that those who have sought my help have achieved valuable results. I offer confidential psychotherapy for individuals, couples and families. I have an expertise of working with clients dealing with issues of depression, anxiety and trauma, along with learning to cope with relationship issues and managing through difficult life transitions. I am committed to helping you receive the services best suited for you.
(970) 658-2404
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Tom Kowalski, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“I have a long history of success with adolescents and adults who are interested in reducing their personal suffering. It is my mission to help people lead happier and healthier lives by balancing the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. Although I have experience with both adults and adolescents, my primary focus is on school-aged children from 11 to 18 years old. Often this includes work on improving school performance and learning basic life skills (anger/emotion management, organization, goal setting, decision making, stress management, social skills, etc.).
(970) 680-4581
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Amani Mediation and Counseling Services LLC, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“My name is Jill Cantor Lee and I am passionate about empowering children, families, and individuals. I practice equine (horse) assisted psychotherapy, and conventional office therapy, I am also a family and divorce mediator, and parent coordinator. My practice focuses on building peace in individuals, families and schools. I work with divorce and other relationship issues,depression, anxiety, and trauma. I practice brainspotting (similar to EMDR) andI strongly believe in empowering my clients by helping them find and utilize their own internal wisdom. I love working with people from all different cultures, and children at risk.
(970) 315-3156
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
Darcy Stamps, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“I believe that we all do what we know based on what we have learned, beliefs we have adopted, and/or experiences we have been through. It is my belief that once we become aware of the patterns we have created in our lives, we can then consciously decide to change situations that we are not satisfied with. In order to heal I believe it is important to empower individuals to tell their stories while feeling every emotion without judgment.
(970) 579-0968
Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
Colleen, Counselor  in Fort Collins
“In my counseling sessions I strive to work as a partner with you. Creatively challenging your issues in a relaxed setting with an empowerment focus.I work especially well with anxiety disorders,such as OCD,panic disorder and PTSD, depression,Addictions,self esteem and family issues. I am open to working collaberatively as a partner with you with most any issue. I also work with children and couples. EMDR is a big focus of my work.
(970) 237-3701
Fort Collins, Colorado 80524
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