Parenting Therapists in Park Hill, Denver, CO

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Brittni Fudge
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC, CDWF, EMDR
Verified
6 Endorsed
Verified
6 Endorsed
Using EMDR & Pia Mellody's Post-Induction Therapy (PIT), I work with people like you with a variety of issues related to codependency, relational trauma, depression, anxiety, parenting struggles, relationship issues, & pregnancy/postpartum.
You're not sure why, but the people you love most: your kids, spouse, mother/father/siblings-have turned into triggers that bring out the worst in you. Despite your love for them, you find yourself acting in ways you swore you never would. You're yelling at your kids, always angry at your partner, and you feel like you're always failing. In short, you're hurting the people you love most. You want to show up for your loved ones with peace rather than chaos and stress. You want to ditch the feelings of not being enough.
(303) 732-5397
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$190 (individual)$200 (couples)
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Rachel Coates
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
Verified
When you’re neck-deep in the struggle of parenting a child with special needs, taking the step to start your own therapy probably feels impossible. It might feel like just one more thing demanding your attention, one more appointment to keep straight, one more person telling you everything you’re doing wrong. My goal is to help you to feel more grounded and regulated so that all of the other things demanding your attention feel more manageable. I hope to support your parenting journey with a unique skillset that can address both your mental health needs, and bolster your skills around behavior management.
(303) 952-1926
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$150 (individual)$180 (couples)
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Margaret Bylsma
Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
As a parent of a child who is struggling, it is often hard to figure out how to best support them. You are constantly wondering what can I do to help them feel better? It may feel like you have tried everything, that nothing seems to work and that you are going through this alone. I look forward to the opportunity to support not only your child, but also yourself and your whole family with the struggles that you are experiencing. My approach to therapy involves a humanistic understanding of people, where I view clients as whole, understanding all of the systems they are apart of, rather than just the person who shows up in the room.
(720) 809-8867
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$130 per session
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Atsuko Hanley
Psychologist, PsyD, LMFT
Verified
5 Endorsed
Verified
5 Endorsed
I specialize in parenting and relational difficulties for children and their caregivers.
Are you wondering why your child has difficulty listening and following directions? Does your child have often "meltdowns" or "tantrums"? Does your child constantly seek attention? Do you find yourself blaming for your child's misbehavior? If you answered yes to any of these questions, I can support you! Early intervention is key in supporting your child’s adaptability and resilience as well as your own well-being as a parent . My role as a child and family psychologist is to partner with you to highlight your strengths, restore your confidence, and find lasting resolutions for challenges your family is experiencing.
(720) 307-3331
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$175 (individual)$190 (couples)
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Karen K Mills
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified
Verified
I have taught early childhood development and parenting classes, have directed an outpatient drug treatment program and have provided training and supervision for students and clinicians.
I believe that early experiences influence one's self-concept, expectations and behavior. Change occurs through emerging self-discovery and understanding, within a safe therapeutic relationship. Therefore the therapeutic relationship is the most important aspect of psychotherapy; it is a process in which both the client and therapist actively participate.
(303) 900-5397
Park Hill
Denver, CO 80220
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$125 per session
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Rachael Durham
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
Immediate openings available for Winter 2023! These past few years have been tough and you might not feel quite back to "normal". If you find yourself discouraged, frustrated, burnt out, anxious, depressed, struggling to parent , struggling to keep up with work or school, or struggling with your identity- you are not alone. It is not easy to remain hopeful when it feels like the state of things in our country and world are so hopeless.
(720) 594-6048
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$140 per session
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Leslie S Hirsch
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
In addition, I have extensive experience working with women post partum, parenting /co- parenting and those experiencing life transitions.
You have put in the effort to find this website, so let me help. I've been working with individuals in therapy for the past 25 years, and I believe finding the right therapist is the key to getting the most out of your therapy. The right therapist will make you feel safe, cared for and comfortable and brings the experience and knowledge necessary to help you meet your goals. I strive to provide this for every individual I see so that together, we can work to help you feel better in your life. Therapy is a collaborative process and I am here to work with you.
(720) 759-3768
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$100 per session
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Erin Jones
Pre-Licensed Professional, LPCC
Verified
Verified
Everyone deserves a life that is healthy, happy and loving. And yet, creating a balanced life in the midst of stress and chaos can be challenging! Are you a new parent struggling to adjust to your new role and all of your new responsibilities? Are you in a relationship and could use some support navigating the complex terrain of communication, connection, and love? Or perhaps you or your child is dealing with anxiety, depression, or grief?
(833) 731-0501
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$140 (individual)$140 (couples)
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Cynthia Chen
Psychologist, MA, PhD
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
Transitions are hard, whether they are expected or not. From child to adolescent/teen, high school to college, and from college to “adulthood.” Many transitions brings about changes in mood and feelings, as well as changes in the family dynamic. Whether you are a parent struggling to communicate better with your child/teen, an older child/teen trying to navigate your burgeoning independence, or an emerging adult who is confused and overwhelmed by life, my hope is to provide a space to gain clarity, peace, and a sense of relief.
(720) 707-1680
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$140 per session
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National Deaf Therapy
Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC, IMF, NCC, LMHC
Verified
Verified
Our areas varies from expertise are self-harm, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, depression, trauma, self-esteem, interpersonal relationships, toxic relationship patterns, to parenting , many more.
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(844) 936-0582
Office is near:
Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$85 per session
Not accepting new clients
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Jeanette Wotkyns
Marriage & Family Therapist, JD, MSc, LMFT
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
I love working with people who are going through transitions of all kinds. Relationships, careers, families, parenting , loss. We all have stories to tell and each is unique and wonderful.
(303) 622-5076
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
$120 per session
Not accepting new clients
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Alice Riley
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
2 Endorsed
Verified
2 Endorsed
*telehealth is ongoing due to COVID19 risks. Email is best for most efficient replies. And yes I take Medicaid! You are here looking for a therapist with experience, warmth and guidance. Life has been stressful and perhaps your support systems haven't been all that supportive lately. I can help get you through this, improve your communication, coping and parenting skills. Therapy is an amazing way to set and achieve goals, process pain - new and old, and improve your life overall.
(720) 809-7546
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$100 per session
Not accepting new clients
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Kailey Worboys Mulvihill
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified
Verified
Telehealth/Virtual ONLY! I enjoy working with adults, parents, & older teens. I have experience working with clients who are struggling to manage symptoms associated with trauma, anxiety, depression, ADHD, & interpersonal issues. As a former foster parent & current adoptive parent , I also enjoy working with foster or adoptive parents & also with individuals who have been adopted or who have been in foster care. I welcome clients struggling with their sexual identity or gender identity. My theoretical approach is eclectic but, my main theoretical lens is Relational-Cultural.
(303) 622-3209
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
$140 per session
Not accepting new clients
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Denver Adolescent Therapy Group
MS, LMFT
Verified
Verified
Adolescence is a time of natural transition that may manifest in changes in behavior, mood, social stress, parent conflict, and decision making.
Denver Adolescent Therapy Group provides psychotherapy to teens and their families. DATG has full time licensed therapists who have extensive experience working with adolescents and their families to address a wide variety of concerns and challenges. We are confident that we can find the perfect fit for your teen and your family.
(720) 903-2830
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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Kelli Hayes
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified
Verified
Transitions are part of life, and yet some feel overwhelming. At such times, you may need a community to walk alongside you. In reaching out, you have taken that first courageous step toward healing. Together we will explore how you might get back on track, or perhaps forge a new path. Through compassionate exploration of your strengths, you may find it is possible to find your footing. I specialize in adults from all walks of life and challenges that any stage may present, such as anxiety, depression, dual diagnoses, life transitions, parenting , relational challenges, somatic, spirituality, trauma-focused, women's issues, and more.
(720) 571-9478
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$135 (individual)$150 (couples)
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Rachel Bornstein
Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate, LPCC, PMH-C
Verified
Verified
A specific area of focus includes supporting the well-being of mothers and parents through transitional periods including pre-conception, infertility, grief and loss, pregnancy, postpartum, postpartum depression and anxiety, motherhood, and parenting .
I work with individuals, offering a space to be heard, validated, and supported. My therapy style is supportive, non-judgmental, and tailored to fit your individual needs. My goal is to understand your values, perspective, and experiences, and offer therapy that meets you where you are and guides you to where you want to be. I am a mental health advocate who believes therapy isn’t about fixing people who are broken. It’s about prioritizing self-care, wellness and overall health.
(720) 703-9475
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$120 per session
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Michele J Forstot Nadel
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified
6 Endorsed
Verified
6 Endorsed
I specialize in child/adolescent mood and behavior disorders, child/adult trauma, parenting issues, family therapy and child/adult life cycle issues (divorce, grief/loss, life transitions).
I view therapy as a collaborative process where we work together to reach your goal(s). Together we will identify the problem and figure out a solution. I work with both long-term and short-term issues. Sometimes skills and practice are needed to change the current way of doing things, and other times information or deeper self-exploration.
(303) 900-5454
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
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$180 (individual)$180 (couples)
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Alison Sheesley
Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, LPC, RPT
Verified
3 Endorsed
Verified
3 Endorsed
Is your child constantly melting down? Hitting at school? Struggling to navigate friendships? While adults find relief in talking over their difficulties with an understanding therapist, children often cannot express their thoughts and feelings in words. Because children often do not have the words to express feelings, they may represent how they feel through acting out. When children have the opportunity to show how they feel through toys, they often feel better because their feelings have been released. You have probably felt something similar when you have been upset or anxious and confided in someone who cares about you.
(720) 702-1682
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
Not accepting new clients
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Jane Ashley
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified
1 Endorsed
Verified
1 Endorsed
I work collaboratively with people to help them create the lives they want -- in their relationships, families, recreation and work. This process of exploration and discovery is inspiring and taps into hopes, dreams and imagination through story and re-connecting and remembering memories and experiences of connection and joy in their lives. Clients who benefit most from working with me are usually bright, creative and interested in freeing themselves from the constraints of family, social and cultural expectations that have become internalized and held as truths. This is a way of finding your way home ... to where your heart is.
(540) 860-0972
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80207
Not accepting new clients
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Lori Schumacher
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC, NCC
Verified
Verified
Many of us carry the idea that happiness is about being content, cheerful, carrying a smile on one's face all the time. Rather, I like to think of well-being as a balance in one's "emotional ecosystem," or variety of different emotions we allow ourselves to experience.I believe that our emotional flexibility to experience a full range of emotions (positive, negative, & a mix of both) is strongly linked to our feelings of happiness & well-being. No, I don't believe there's anything wrong with you. Perhaps all you need rightnow are tools to help you embrace the full range of your human experience while "surfing" those emotional waves.
(720) 571-9359
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Park Hill
Denver, CO 80206
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$150 per session

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Parenting Therapists

What does therapy for parenting look like?

Therapists may work with parents individually, together, or include the whole family to find solutions for the problems a parent faces. Many parent-based therapies work on a parent’s relationship with their children, problem-solving within the family, and analysis of family dynamics. Therapy conducted remotely by video may be helpful in allowing a therapist to observe how families interact in their own homes.

When should a parent seek therapy?

When behavioral problems begin to disrupt the healthy functioning of a family, it may be a good time to look into therapy. If parents find that children are acting out in school, have started using drugs or alcohol, have developed eating disorders, or other similar red flags, a therapist may be able to help.

How long does therapy take for parenting problems?

Depending on the severity of a family’s challenges and the type of treatment utilized, therapy for parenting can last from weeks to months. Cognitive behavioral therapy is a pragmatic therapy type that can be brief, most often ranging from between 5 and 20 sessions. Structural family therapy, which inspects family dynamics, often takes several months. Parent-child interaction therapy is typically shorter-term, lasting between 10 and 20 sessions. For any therapy, the duration will depend on the progress made and results realized.

Can therapy help parents dealing with burnout or stress?

Parenting is difficult. Parents may dismiss or conceal feelings of exhaustion, overwhelm, or escape ideation—imagining withdrawing from their parental obligations altogether. but left unattended, these feelings can have negative effects on the whole family. A therapist can help parents work on the skills they might need to better cope with the burdens of parenting and help them be the best parents they can be.