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Therapists in Denver, CO 80210
University and University Park

Tamara Graff, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“Chances are you're looking for a therapist because things are not going well. Maybe you've recently experienced a loss, are in a transition in a relationship, or are struggling with emotions that you don't know what to do with. I can help. And good for you for looking into therapy. It can be an intimidating but life changing and rewarding process. I work with individuals, couples, and families to help navigate difficulties using your strengths so you won't need therapy forever. I meet you where you are to empower you to live whole-heartedly.
(303) 816-3826
Denver, Colorado 80210
Sean M Boyd, Counselor  in Denver
“It is my mission to support my clients on the path of self-discovery. I accomplish this by offering a balance of support, encouragement, and constructive feedback, when needed.
(303) 622-5265
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
Greg McHugh,   in Denver
“I will listen to your concerns about the issues and themes you want to bring healing to. Then I will help you relax into a deep healing state where you are conscious but aware of the causal trauma of this or a prior life that resides in your soul's memory. Then we shall bring in the presence of the Divine to touch that trauma. This will bring dissolution of both the trauma and the patterns of experience that brought you to see me in the first place. You can find more detail on my work at www.gregmchugh.com.
(303) 622-5669
Denver, Colorado 80210
Tristan Beymer, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
“I am very passionate about the work I do. This passion exists because of the healing and restoration witnessed by those I work with. As a professional, my desire and goal has always been to walk along side teens, young adult, families and couples in times of need. I consider therapy a process of "planting seeds" for healing and hope for a better future and lasting change.
(720) 545-0609 x102
Denver, Colorado 80210
Courtney Alberts, Counselor  in Denver
“Is your child's reaction to a major life change such as divorce concerning you? Does supporting your child through divorce seem overwhelming when you yourself are struggling? Are you confused with how to respond to your child's behavior? The struggles children have after life transitions can often be written off as normal, and part of adapting to change. In actuality, in response to stress, children often develop maladaptive coping skills that can follow them throughout their life. My passion is helping children through their difficulties so that they gain the awareness and tools needed for a healthy future.
(720) 943-7200
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
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
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
Dawn Shearer, Counselor  in Denver
“I will commit to you the space to question, process, feeI vulnerable and ultimately grow. I recognize the potential of your pain and your challenges. From this, I believe we can nurture the strength and wisdom you have and that you can heal and be wonderful.
(303) 622-5072
Denver, Colorado 80210
Charles Mac Kentnor, Psychologist  in Denver
“I take a non-judgmental, empathic, compassionate, and insight-oriented approach to therapy. Current research, as well as my experience and training help me to determine the treatment strategies from psychodynamic, relational, humanistic, existential, cognitive and behavioral approaches that will be most effective in addressing your concerns. I work to create a supportive environment that facilitates reflectiveness, creativity and that helps you increase insight into your present struggles. I believe that your view of yourself and the issues that have lead to their seeking therapy are influenced by your unique life experiences.
(720) 924-4252
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
Meghan Scanlan, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, MEd
“I have over twelve years of experience working in the mental health field. I received my MSW from Washington University in St. Louis with a specialization in family therapy and completed my masters in education while teaching elementary school to underserved children as part of Teach for America. I am a proud graduate of the University of Notre Dame. I continue to be an active learner and have participated in many trainings- most notably EMDR, Karyn Purvis's Trust Based Relational Intervention, Gottman's Couples Therapy, Bruce Perry's Neurosequential Framework, DBT, and Heather Forbes's Beyond Consequences.
(303) 872-9163
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
Fox Psychological Assessments of Denver (FPAD)  in Denver
“Although Dr. Fox engages in therapy with clients as needed, she primarily evaluates, in a kind and dignified manner, 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. She also makes herself available to assist other therapists when they need someone to talk with concerning professional matters, or concerning personal issues. As mental health practioners, we need to take care of ourselves.
(303) 647-9273
Denver, Colorado 80210
Tony Miles, Psychologist  in Denver
“If you are gay, lesbian or HIV+, demand a therapist who won't think you're sick, bad, or crazy. If you struggle with even thinking that you are gay, lesbian or HIV+, find someone safe to talk to. Find a therapist who won't need you to explain every detail about what being gay, lesbian or HIV+ even means. If you are struggling with gay, lesbian or HIV+ relationships, find someone to help sort it all out. Many of the clients I work with have entered therapy with concerns like these. There is hope.
(720) 205-9752
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
Jim Kemp, Psychologist  in Denver
“My focus is relationships: whether you are part of a couple that needs help improving or saving your partnership or an individual trying to make sense of the relationships in your life. As human beings we are, by definition, in relationship to others. I invite you to come and explore with me whether this relationship (the therapy relationship) might be helpful to you in your efforts to get unstuck and find the meaning you long for.
(720) 583-8730
Denver, Colorado 80210
Deborah Bishop, Counselor  in Denver
“"I am committed to the belief that people are inherently resourceful and the experts on their own lives, even on those occasions when they feel overwhelmed and in need of help." Deborah Bishop, LPC, holds a counseling degree from the University of Northern Colorado, with training in individual, child and family counseling. In her practice, Ms. Bishop collaborates with clients to generate solutions to problems with relationships, trauma, depression, and self-esteem and parenting.
(303) 963-9645
Denver, Colorado 80210
Denver Integrative Assessment, Psychologist  in Denver
“Denver Integrative Assessment is a practice focused on gaining insight through psychological and educational assessment. Dr. Katherine Bellon started Denver Integrative Assessment to provide a holistic approach to educational and psychological testing, where the client is viewed as a whole person rather than a series of discrete symptoms.
(303) 951-4075
Denver, Colorado 80210
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