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Therapists in Denver, CO 80206
Cherry Creek and Congress Park

Kelly M Delph, Counselor  in Denver
“KDE Counseling specializes in offering professional counseling services for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families of every age, race, culture, and sexuality. Kelly Delph holds a B.A. and Masters SW Degree from Colorado State University. Currently obtaining a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology. Her therapeutic approach and experience is in Behavior Modification, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Brief & Solution Focused Techniques, Structured Family Therapy, and Psychoanalysis. Areas of Expertise: Depression, Anxiety, Divorce & Recovery, Family Trauma, Grief & Loss, Sexual Abuse, Child Development, Attachment Theory, Anger Management, Stress, Sexuality (LGBT), Gender Identity, Women issues, Race & Cultural Conflicts, Adjustment Disorders, Relationship conflicts.
(303) 835-9678
Denver, Colorado 80206
Lori Morse, Counselor  in Denver
“Do you, your child, or your family suffer from trauma, grief/loss, depression/anxiety, or disturbing memories? I would be honored to join with you on your journey toward healing by together, developing a deeper awareness of life’s issues, teach how to be mindful and live in the present moment, learn ways to creatively resolve conflict, establish effective coping skills, and move beyond all forms of trauma. I would love the opportunity to show you how strength based holistic counseling can help remove barriers to healing and move towards Inner Peace. I look forward to healing from you.
(303) 647-9312
Denver, Colorado 80206
Antoinette L Anker, Psychologist  in Denver
“Professional. Experienced. Discreet and compassionate. Assessment/intervention/support for life's challenges and opportunities.
(720) 515-4826
Denver, Colorado 80206
Betsy (Mary) Hoover, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
“Reaching out for help can be especially difficult when you are hurting, feeling overwhelmed, stuck, confused. My clients say they feel encouraged and safe with me as I accompany them on their journeys toward hope, health, and healing. I work with individuals, couples and families who are struggling with depression, loss and grief, anxiety, anger management, and family and relationship difficulties. Other areas of expertise are trauma and abuse of all types - past and present, recovery from chemical dependence for individuals and their families, adult children and¯ parenting issues, life transitions (including divorce), and Pre-marital counseling.
(303) 900-5977
Denver, Colorado 80206
Dawn Leopardi, Counselor  in Denver
“There is a brilliance in each of us that can guide us through the dark. My work with clients facilitates the process of discovering that brilliance, tapping into their own innate strengths and wisdoms, and provides space to unfold into a life that is gratifying, meaningful, and authentic. I approach my work with clients with empathy, compassion, and non-judgment. My therapeutic orientation is integrative which means I draw from more than one psychological theory and technique. My approach is informed by Existential, Psychodynamic, and Jungian psychology.
(800) 665-4906
Denver, Colorado 80206
Renee Starkey Duncan  in Denver
“I enjoy working with clients who are motivated to look at their issues and be willing to change. I feel the therapeutic relationship is a collaborative effort conducted in a safe and caring environment. The relationship between the therapist and the client is as important in the healing process as any techniques that are used. I feel it is important to empower individuals to go out and live a rich and fulfilling life. I certainly believe that it is a privilege and an honor to participate in helping people heal through their life's most challenging times.
(303) 747-4026
Denver, Colorado 80206
Hilary Silver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Everything in our lives is relationship, even if we don't often think of it that way. We have relationship with our partners, friends & family but also with food, money our bodies and our Self. When the primary relationship with our Self is unhealthy, all other relationships suffer as a result. This can cause great pain, distress and a sense of dissatisfaction? Knowing where to start in making it better can be overwhelming. But with just the right tools and strategies, individual and relationship change and transformation are possible! I've done it myself and have helped thousands of others.
(720) 316-9803
Denver, Colorado 80206
Emily C Johnson, Counselor  in Denver
“I am passionate about helping athletes and fitness enthusiasts excel free of eating disorders. As someone who enjoys participating in triathlons and marathons, I understand the demands of training and the importance nutrition plays in working to become a strong and healthy athlete. I have worked with binge eating disorder, bulimia, and anorexia, as well as co-occuring issues, such as depression, relationship issues, and anxiety. My clients have varied from competitive athletes to fitness enthusiast who love the challenge of competing with themselves.
(720) 466-2074
Denver, Colorado 80206
Deborah Gauchat, Psychologist  in Denver
“Working as a psychologist for over 30 years has taught me much about life and the struggles we all face. Problem solving is really about getting to know one's self. As you figure out how to match your head, heart and actions, problems usually become manageable challenges. Therapy can help speed up this process.
(303) 900-7422
Denver, Colorado 80206
Expert Love, Life & Career Coaching,   in Denver
“"Hi, I'm Dr. Lisa Marie Bobby. I'm here to help you change your life, and start actively creating the Love, Happiness and Success you deserve. I specialize in getting my clients real results, and lasting change. I'm a Board Certified Life Coach with a Master's Degree and a PhD in Counseling, and I'm a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Whether you are looking for coaching to improve your relationships, feel happier, overcome self-limiting patterns, or create more success in your career, I'm here to help you grow into your best self."
(720) 606-4539
Denver, Colorado 80206
Tim Engels,   in Denver
“So much is possible! I've been a counselor and sports psychology consultant for more than thirty years helping teens and adults resolve trauma, process through grief, and overcome depression and anxiety. I assist many clients in improving their performance in school, sports and work. In sports, my clientele includes Olympic and professional athletes as well as high school, college and club sports athletes in a variety of sports. It's wonderfully rewarding to see clients clear themselves of sabotaging thoughts, beliefs and behaviors. This opens the way for them to tap into their full potential and achieve dreams and aspirations.
(303) 900-7064
Denver, Colorado 80206
Growth Counseling Group Denver, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Growth Counseling Group is committed to providing effective psychotherapy and counseling to adult individuals, couples and families. At Growth Counseling Group we value the uniqueness of an individual's life experiences, thoughts and feelings. We believe that a person's inherent strengths and positive qualities are a stepping stone towards happiness and emotional wellbeing.
(720) 358-4116
Denver, Colorado 80206
Kate Daigle, Counselor  in Denver
“Do you feel you have an unhealthy relationship with food or your body? Have you felt guilty after eating, like it's unbearable to sit with the feelings that surface? Do you wish to love and accept the person looking back at you in the mirror? You can live free of self-judgment and embrace yourself fully! I understand what it's like to struggle with a disordered relationship with our bodies and food and know that true recovery is possible. I will help you to nourish your own inner wisdom and support you to thrive in achieving your goals!
(720) 722-9963
Denver, Colorado 80206
Becky Bringewatt, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LPC, NCC
“I empower my clients live intentionally so that they can get more done in less time and feel better about it. When people live and work intentionally, they are happier, more productive, and live life more gracefully and peacefully. As a business and personal coach, I help my clients improve their business and personal relationships by reconnecting with their values, vision, and passion in life. Working together we define and refine your goals so that you can make better decisions about your life and work and accomplish what you always wanted to achieve.
(720) 466-2779
Denver, Colorado 80206
Christine Anne DeVore, Psychologist  in Denver
“Dr. DeVore promotes the well-being of adults through difficult periods of transition through methods of psychotherapy, assessment and consultation. She is a clinical psychologist at Birch Psychology, a group practice is devoted to helping clients reach their full potential by providing a rich and safe experience, allowing for emotional and relational growth. Dr. DeVore provides therapeutic support for a variety of issues and populations, including perinatal mental health, depression, anxiety, relational issues, grief and loss and trauma. She approaches her work from a psychodynamic and relational perspective, additionally employing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) principles.
(303) 834-1026 x5
Denver, Colorado 80206
Mark Lackey  in Denver
“Are you facing difficult challenges in your life? Feeling overwhelmed or stuck? Are you stressed out or feeling down? Therapy is what we, as client and therapist, make of it. I am interested in working on whatever you choose to bring to therapy: relationship, work, school, searching for meaning, understanding the past, etc. I emphasize working in the present moment, including somatic/body-oriented approaches. My work with clients is informed by Buddhist Psychology (including, but not limited to, Mindfulness), Neuroscience, Psychodynamic approaches, and Behavioral approaches.
(720) 465-8974
Denver, Colorado 80206
Natasha E Walter-Fisk, Counselor  in Denver
“If it's time for you to deal with your issues, you've come to the right place. If you would like support from a professional who's good at helping people with their issues Let's Deal With It is the place for you. I work best with people who want to heal: Trauma,upsetting experiences, anxiety, worry, panic attacks, depression, and bad feelings, relationships, sexual issues, and family issues. I am expert in stress management and blood pressure reduction. I customize well researched, effective therapy methods for you and your issue. Fluent in Spanish. Adults, teens, elders
(720) 924-4599
Denver, Colorado 80206
Integrative Psychotherapy and Nutrition Counseling, Counselor  in Denver
“My philosophy is integrative, meaning that I believe the discomfort or symptoms causing people to seek therapy may not be just in their mind, but can arise from their body, physiology, biochemistry, spirit, soul, and/or nutrition. My approach is to help people find and address the cause of their suffering rather than to treat the symptoms themselves. I utilize effective natural approaches to healing that support the body's own ability to bring about balance and health. My intention is to educate and assist people in reclaiming their heath, well being, independence and trust in themselves. Website: www.IntegrativePsychotherapyServices.com
(303) 747-4709
Denver, Colorado 80206
Abby Hansen Eschler, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“Are you recovering from recent or past trauma? Are you going through a high conflict divorce or co-parenting with an abuser? Are you struggling with post-trauma symptoms such as anxiety, depression, self-blame, or relationship disruptions? My clients have experienced violence or traumatic events either as a child or in adulthood, are being controlled or abused in their current relationships, or have been the victim of a crime such as domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking. I draw from many therapeutic orientations and primarily use a trauma-focused, client-centered, empowerment-based approach.
(720) 924-7060
Denver, Colorado 80206
Beth S Patterson, Counselor  in Denver
“Grief and loss can be overwhelming, leading to feelings of sadness or depression; anxiety; trauma, sleep difficulties, isolation or feelings of helplessness or hopelessness. The death of a loved one or pet, divorce or separation, illness or disability, caregiver stress, relationship issues, job changes or loss, relocation or other stressful life changes can be stressful. I provide a safe and non-judgmental environment for you to mindfully transform feelings of grief and loss into healing and growth. As partners on the path, let's work together. I am a certified mindfulness meditation instructor and advanced level EMDR practitioner.
(720) 316-6151
Denver, Colorado 80206
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