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Therapists in Denver, CO 80210
University and University Park

Shannon K Schou, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, LAC
“Many situations in life can be difficult, causing us stress and challenging us emotionally. In my experience, individuals can overcome struggles and decrease stress by recognizing their emotions and increasing their ability to cope in future situations. To encourage positive change and a balanced life, I focus on the individual's strengths. I provide support for individuals as they go through life transitions and stressors, past and present traumas, grief and loss, and recovery from substance use.
(970) 454-6257
Denver, Colorado 80210
Becky (Trickett) Newquist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I enjoy walking along side young people through the various challenges each life stage and individual experience brings. I believe therapy can be effective when it is built on a relationship of trust, acceptance, and commitment to change. I employ evidenced-based professional counseling methods and invite individuals and families to integrate their own faith perspective, values, and goals into each session. If you are seeking healing and hope that will last, I would be honored to help you on your journey.
(720) 336-4709 x101
Denver, Colorado 80210
Neal Brugman, Psychologist  in Denver
“Are you a young adult struggling with the emotional issues of independence, committed relationships, and life direction? Do you feel stuck, anxious, or lost? I specialize in helping emerging adults (18-30s) work through depression, anxiety, and confusion so they can achieve the relationships, careers, and lives they want. Drawing on my extensive experience working in college counseling centers and other clinical settings, I can help you feel better, clarify your values and purpose, and approach your challenges in effective ways.
(720) 924-4980
Denver, Colorado 80210
Pepe Santana, Psychologist  in Denver
“Do you feel a loss of identity, purpose, sense of self, or interest in life? Are you dissatisfied with who you are, your goals, or your relationships? Do you struggle with sadness, anxiety, disturbing thoughts, hallucinations, or self destructive behavior? Have you experienced a trauma that has shattered your sense of the world? Just like physical pain indicates that something may be wrong with our bodies, psychological problems tell us that we are suffering on a deep, emotional level. Anxiety, depression, relationship problems, and other symptoms are signs that we are experiencing psychological pain for one reason or another.
(720) 548-2573
Denver, Colorado 80210
Omar G Gudino, Psychologist  in Denver
“I am a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in evidence-based treatments for children, adolescents, and adults. I am also an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Denver, where I conduct clinical research, teach undergraduate and graduate psychology courses, and provide clinical training and supervision to doctoral students. My approach to clinical services aims to integrate the latest scientific evidence, my clinical experience, and the values and preferences of my clients and their families. I strive to build a strong working alliance with clients and to work collaboratively with my clients to develop an individualized treatment plan.
(303) 502-5484
Denver, Colorado 80210
Donna Blatchford Tallon, Counselor  in Denver
“Welcome to my site. I offer each client my passion for becoming their best self. I have found my years of experience with counseling individuals with death loss has prepared me to help others with all types of loss in their lives. I find that how one functions in the present has much to do with one's history. I use a client's history as a road map for healing today's issues. I counsel many individuals with histories of grief and loss,trauma, addictions, and relational challenges.
(303) 816-8819
Denver, Colorado 80210
Melodye Feldman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I provide a safe and respectful space for clients seeking to make meaning out of life. We explore the perspective you bring as we address issues in your life. Providing a warm, inviting environment I create an opportunity to work on life transitions and issues that affect relationships. I work with individuals and couples of all ages passing through developmental life stages that cause stress, anxiety, depression and confusion. I begin where the client is while exploring the many diverse feelings that come with change.
(303) 622-3734
Denver, Colorado 80210
Mary Ann McAndrews, Counselor  in Denver
“Past trauma can cast a shadow over your present and future life. Whether you are the survivor of a single traumatic experience or of repeated, long-term traumas from early in life, an abusive relationship, military or emergency responder experience, you may be suffering from chronic anxiety, depression, and problems with thinking and functioning. My primary method of working with people who have suffered trauma is through the use of EMDR, a safe, effective method of clearing out the negative emotions connected to painful memories. I also utilize more standard approaches such as CBT and SFBT.
(720) 515-5899
Denver, Colorado 80210
Rebekah C Markheim, Psychologist  in Denver
“Anxious? Depressed? Stuck? You're not alone. Let's work together to get things moving. I see people ages 16-90. General therapy includes work with depression, anxiety, relationship issues and life adjustment; divorce/break up; new job, boss or home; retiring or returning to school. I also specialize in the LGBT community and their families. Chronic health conditions is another area of expertise, including work with cancer, HIV, MS, diabetes, and medical trauma. Along the same lines, I work with all caregivers, whether you care for patients professionally, or for a loved one with an illness. Therefore, grief/loss is another specialty.
(720) 885-9107
Denver, Colorado 80210
John St Clair, Counselor  in Denver
“I work from a Client focused,existential perspective which simply means that the difficulties encountered in a life whether predisposed, traumatic or self imposed often can lead to self doubts and crises of meaning. This left unaddressed can manifest as stagnation, destructive repetitive decision making and feelings of pointlessness. I like working with a client who enjoys a sense of adventure toward life's unfolding, identifying its roadblocks and collaboratively exploring fresh, more fulfilling choices and responses to experience.
(720) 308-8630
Denver, Colorado 80210
Fox Psychological Assessments of Denver (FPAD)  in Denver
“Dr. Fox engages in therapy with clients as needed; her primary focus is psychological evaluation of adults & elders who may be experiencing symptoms of dementia; and/or cognitive and psychological symptoms. She makes accurate recommendations after careful assessment of all related factors. Other testing is available upon request, like IQ testing, MMPI-2-RF, Learning Disabilty Battery, Adult Attention Disorder (ADD), and cognitive assessments.
(303) 647-9273
Denver, Colorado 80210
Susan Kirshenbaum Silver, Psychologist  in Denver
“My straight-forward approach, coupled with gentle humor and empathy, helps my clients learn to broaden their sense of self and develop meaningful relationships. I am committed to helping clients identify their strengths, values and dreams in order to live a purposeful life. I work with clients to minimize self-criticism so that they can begin to think about themselves in a new light and create new possibilities.
(303) 900-7320
Denver, Colorado 80210
Val Stepien, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all need someone to do deep listening with us at times, so that we can find our way home to ourselves and to our own inner wisdom, where transformation can occur. It is my honor to accompany you on this journey of self discovery and healing. I use gentle methods such as mind/body awareness, voice dialogue, guided imagery and other modalities to assist you in working through your pain and arriving at that place where you are feeling connected with yourself and others, and able to create the kind of life you truly want.
(720) 414-5896
Denver, Colorado 80210
Alyson L Hatten, Counselor  in Denver
“My practice serves children, adolescents, and the adults important in their lives. I use evidence-based approaches when working with children individually, alongside caregivers, or in groups. I am here to support parents in their parenting journey and to support children and adolescents as they grow, develop, and face life's challenges.
(303) 848-2353
Denver, Colorado 80210
Melissa M Gressner, Psychologist  in Denver
“Taking the first step towards change is not an easy one, but a courageous one. Change is possible. Anyone is capable of change given the opportunity and motivation to do so. I utilize a collaborative approach and tailor my work to an individual's needs, personality, and multicultural factors. My goal is to provide each client with a warm, caring, and supportive environment to work towards the change that is possible in all of our lives.
(720) 924-3985
Denver, Colorado 80210
Women's Counseling Collective of Colorado, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Relationally focused psychotherapy, by women therapists, for women and their families. Our clinicians understand the role of relationships in women's lives, and work with individuals and their families. We strive to strengthen the family as well as individuals within the family. Each therapist facilitates personal growth, self-empowerment and searches for life directions. Diverse backgrounds and experiences provide our therapists with unique insights into a variety of situations. We help women conquer feelings of low self-esteem, inadequacy, anger, anxiety, confusion and depression. Within the Women's Counseling Network you will find professional support from experienced licensed women therapists.
(303) 647-4298
Denver, Colorado 80210
Elizabeth Schulte, LCSW, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
“Are you seeking to make meaning out of your life, to improve your relationships, or to heal from past trauma? If so, I may be the right therapist for you. My strength as a therapist lies in working with clients who struggle to understand why bad things sometimes happen to good people, why they continue to repeat the same problematic patterns in relationships, and how to heal from traumatic events. If you are interested in working collaboratively with a therapist to create the change you wish to see in your life, then I may a good fit for you.
(720) 722-0148
Denver, Colorado 80210
Lara Newton, Counselor  in Denver
“Therapy is a relational experience. In the initial stages of that encounter, we either connect at a core level, or the work does not progress. You don't want merely to be diagnosed, but to be understood. As a Jungian Analyst, I engage with your curiosity about your psychological life. Together we work to understand and transform the patterns that have ruled your life. The self-awareness that develops from this work has the potential to enhance all outer relationships. But most important is the intra-psychic experience of knowing and loving yourself again, or maybe for the first time.
(303) 578-1192
Denver, Colorado 80210
Roderic Alton Burks, LPC Intern  in Denver
“I work with adults, youth, couples, and relationships addressing general issues, abuse, trauma (sexual, physical, emotional, spiritual, war, and loss), depression, anxiety, relational conflict, and sexuality in a safe space. I work dynamically with intimate couples, as well as relationships such as coaching business partners. I work with diverse couples as a counselor with both traditional and alternative lifestyles. I also work with people who are experiencing illness including cancer, autoimmune disease, neurological, as examples. Finally, I work with those addressing spirituality in their lives. I see early morning, late night, and weekend sessions on a sliding scale fee schedule.
(720) 606-6202
Denver, Colorado 80210
Meg R. Garrido, Counselor  in Denver
“Engagement in psychotherapy is a journey in personal growth. It is about deepening the understanding and the relationship with the Self in order to nurture and to live a meaningful and authentic life. My role as a therapist is to support this process by being fully present to you as we work together to explore your strengths and your challenges. Together we build a safe space for you to learn skills and gain insights to best be present to and compassionate with yourself and unlock your own potentials for healing and thriving.
(720) 627-6843
Denver, Colorado 80210
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