Counselor, MS, LPC, CHT
Verified by Psychology Today
"In order to effect real and meaningful changes in ourselves we have to go deeper than just talking about what's wrong. Neuroscience tells us that over 80% of what we do, think, and feel, is out of our conscious awareness. This is why I use core-level modalities such as Hakomi, EMDR and Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy. These methods employ a mindfulness and somatic (body-centered) focus which help us go deeper than our story. I will also coach you to practice mindfulness in your life which is essential in putting your sessions to work in your life."
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(720) 439-3601
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"In order to effect real and meaningful changes in ourselves we have to go deeper than just talking about what's wrong. Neuroscience tells us that over 80% of what we do, think, and feel, is out of our conscious awareness. This is why I use core-level modalities such as Hakomi, EMDR and Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy. These methods employ a mindfulness and somatic (body-centered) focus which help us go deeper than our story. I will also coach you to practice mindfulness in your life which is essential in putting your sessions to work in your life."
Megan Lewis, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
""I will be working online only-therapy through video chat-from October 23rd 2019 to May 1, 2020." Are you in a relationship and feeling trapped in communication patterns that leave you feeling disconnected, alone, or unheard? Do you find yourself arguing through difficult subjects or just avoiding talking about them? Whether couples have been in a relationship for a short period of time or have been together for many years, being able to stay connected and feel supported while working through difficult conversations together can be a typical struggle for many couples. "
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(970) 825-0195
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""I will be working online only-therapy through video chat-from October 23rd 2019 to May 1, 2020." Are you in a relationship and feeling trapped in communication patterns that leave you feeling disconnected, alone, or unheard? Do you find yourself arguing through difficult subjects or just avoiding talking about them? Whether couples have been in a relationship for a short period of time or have been together for many years, being able to stay connected and feel supported while working through difficult conversations together can be a typical struggle for many couples. "
Erin Fischer, Counselor
Counselor, LPC, CACII
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am passionate about helping others and have been working as a therapist since 2008. Sometimes we all need a helping hand every now and then as life can be a bumpy ride, no matter if it's a phase of life issue or something deeper. People seek out therapy for different reasons and I'd love to see if I could be of service to you. I offer free 30 min phone or in-person consultations so we can get to know each other without financial pressure. I am centrally located near Capitol Hill area."
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(720) 726-1454
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"I am passionate about helping others and have been working as a therapist since 2008. Sometimes we all need a helping hand every now and then as life can be a bumpy ride, no matter if it's a phase of life issue or something deeper. People seek out therapy for different reasons and I'd love to see if I could be of service to you. I offer free 30 min phone or in-person consultations so we can get to know each other without financial pressure. I am centrally located near Capitol Hill area."
Ashley Banister Riley, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is a partnership. I believe some of life's most difficult moments can be processed and healed through the therapeutic relationship. Whether you are in a hard life transition, dealing with chronic anxiety, or working on a challenging relationship; therapy can be the vehicle to help get you to the other side."
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(720) 408-2104
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"Therapy is a partnership. I believe some of life's most difficult moments can be processed and healed through the therapeutic relationship. Whether you are in a hard life transition, dealing with chronic anxiety, or working on a challenging relationship; therapy can be the vehicle to help get you to the other side."
Ashley Babjack, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Ashley enjoys working with clients from all stages of life: teenagers, families, individual adults, and couples. She uses a person-centered, authentic approach to help clients feel empowered and aware of their own personal power that help them overcome challenges. Ashley uses a combination of approaches to help her clients become their best selves including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, TF-CBT, Person Centered , EMDR, and Attachment Theory. "
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(720) 586-4165
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"Ashley enjoys working with clients from all stages of life: teenagers, families, individual adults, and couples. She uses a person-centered, authentic approach to help clients feel empowered and aware of their own personal power that help them overcome challenges. Ashley uses a combination of approaches to help her clients become their best selves including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, TF-CBT, Person Centered , EMDR, and Attachment Theory. "
Stevenson Therapy Services, Marriage & Family Therapist
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"My approach to therapy is humanistic, nonjudgemental, and down to earth. Client-centered and solution-focused therapies are used to help people determine and tackle their goals. I approach each individual as an already whole person with the capacity to change no matter what challenges they are experiencing."
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(720) 513-2377
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"My approach to therapy is humanistic, nonjudgemental, and down to earth. Client-centered and solution-focused therapies are used to help people determine and tackle their goals. I approach each individual as an already whole person with the capacity to change no matter what challenges they are experiencing."
Jennifer Paz, Psychologist
Psychologist, MEd, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I have spent the majority of my professional career specializing in the treatment and assessment of children, adolescents, and families. I earned my M.Ed. and taught for five years within the DPS system in Five Points. My experience as a classroom teacher allows me to communicate and navigate effectively within the education system understanding the obstacles impacting students academic success. I am also bilingual and bicultural and offer Spanish speaking services to families."
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(720) 548-1716
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"I have spent the majority of my professional career specializing in the treatment and assessment of children, adolescents, and families. I earned my M.Ed. and taught for five years within the DPS system in Five Points. My experience as a classroom teacher allows me to communicate and navigate effectively within the education system understanding the obstacles impacting students academic success. I am also bilingual and bicultural and offer Spanish speaking services to families."
Julia Olson, Counselor
Counselor, MA, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I want to get to know you and your individual experience, and let that guide and inform our work together. It is not easy to face the darker aspects of life without support. It is also not easy to take a leap into the unfamiliar process of psychotherapy. I offer a warm and accepting therapeutic relationship. Therapy is a place to openly explore what's been troubling you, freely navigate difficult feelings and experiences, and engage in meaningful conversation towards resolution, renewal and growth. I invite you to approach therapy in a way that feels most natural to you."
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(720) 410-5167
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"I want to get to know you and your individual experience, and let that guide and inform our work together. It is not easy to face the darker aspects of life without support. It is also not easy to take a leap into the unfamiliar process of psychotherapy. I offer a warm and accepting therapeutic relationship. Therapy is a place to openly explore what's been troubling you, freely navigate difficult feelings and experiences, and engage in meaningful conversation towards resolution, renewal and growth. I invite you to approach therapy in a way that feels most natural to you."
Wild Sage Counseling, LLC, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC, LAC, EMDR-C
Verified by Psychology Today
"Authenticity. Intention. Connection. Integrity. These are foundational principles that I cultivate in my therapy practice. Drawing from my background in Ecopsychology and Transpersonal Psychology, I believe in the interconnectedness of all things, and see the basic goodness in every being. I will join you in your exploration of expansion with an open and collaborative approach. I bring my passion, strength, adaptability, and humor to all my therapy sessions. It takes enormous courage to look inside ourselves and take the first step towards growth. I acknowledge your fortitude, and would be honored to join you on this journey."
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(844) 319-5431
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"Authenticity. Intention. Connection. Integrity. These are foundational principles that I cultivate in my therapy practice. Drawing from my background in Ecopsychology and Transpersonal Psychology, I believe in the interconnectedness of all things, and see the basic goodness in every being. I will join you in your exploration of expansion with an open and collaborative approach. I bring my passion, strength, adaptability, and humor to all my therapy sessions. It takes enormous courage to look inside ourselves and take the first step towards growth. I acknowledge your fortitude, and would be honored to join you on this journey."
The Denver Adolescent Therapy Group,
MS, LMFT
Verified by Psychology Today
"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. Each therapist has different strengths and approaches including CBT, DBT, Music Therapy, Art Therapy, and Groups. We are confident that we can find the perfect fit for your child and your family. "
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(720) 903-2830
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"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. Each therapist has different strengths and approaches including CBT, DBT, Music Therapy, Art Therapy, and Groups. We are confident that we can find the perfect fit for your child and your family. "
Laura B Goldstein, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"Therapy is for anyone who is interested in getting the most out of their life by taking ownership, responsibility and creating greater self-awareness. You have the power to change your life! I work with my clients using curiosity and compassion to instill hope, face challenges and create a life that is fulfilling and meaningful. Therapy is a way to invest in yourself. Learning to love yourself is the most important gift you can receive. Gift yourself the ability to live in the present. Therapy can free you from the past, take control of the present and redefine the future."
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(720) 726-1876
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"Therapy is for anyone who is interested in getting the most out of their life by taking ownership, responsibility and creating greater self-awareness. You have the power to change your life! I work with my clients using curiosity and compassion to instill hope, face challenges and create a life that is fulfilling and meaningful. Therapy is a way to invest in yourself. Learning to love yourself is the most important gift you can receive. Gift yourself the ability to live in the present. Therapy can free you from the past, take control of the present and redefine the future."
Catherine Jensen, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I address a range of concerns with clients including depression, anxiety, relationships, addiction and trauma. I believe that therapy offers the unique opportunity to work on your relationship with yourself, which consequently improves your relationships with others. I guide clients towards a deeper self-awareness and greater emotional resiliency. In my work, I emphasize the importance of self-compassion and taking a mindful stance towards your thoughts and emotions. When we are able to approach our internal life with curiosity and compassion, life is much easier to navigate, and strong emotion states won't overwhelm us."
Self-Harming
(701) 401-2124
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"I address a range of concerns with clients including depression, anxiety, relationships, addiction and trauma. I believe that therapy offers the unique opportunity to work on your relationship with yourself, which consequently improves your relationships with others. I guide clients towards a deeper self-awareness and greater emotional resiliency. In my work, I emphasize the importance of self-compassion and taking a mindful stance towards your thoughts and emotions. When we are able to approach our internal life with curiosity and compassion, life is much easier to navigate, and strong emotion states won't overwhelm us."
Zee McLeod, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I will offer each new client a free initial consultation. My philosophy from working as a psychologist for over 23 years is that the relationship and trust between a client and therapist is an extremely important part of the healing process. You will find that I am a very good listener. My clients describe me as warm, compassionate, clear, caring, experienced and they have found our work together extremely helpful in their lives. I work Saturdays and Thursday (later afternoon and evening)."
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(720) 336-4842
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"I will offer each new client a free initial consultation. My philosophy from working as a psychologist for over 23 years is that the relationship and trust between a client and therapist is an extremely important part of the healing process. You will find that I am a very good listener. My clients describe me as warm, compassionate, clear, caring, experienced and they have found our work together extremely helpful in their lives. I work Saturdays and Thursday (later afternoon and evening)."
Kiera Rommel, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MPS, NLC, LPC, ATR
Verified by Psychology Today
"Deciding to start therapy is a courageous way to change one's life. I will help guide you to make positive changes in a comfortable and safe space. My approach is warm, empathetic, respectful, and non-judgmental of the individual. I can help you increase your awareness, insight, navigate transitions, and to provide support for you to make better choices. In addition to traditional therapy I use art, music, yoga and play as therapeutic means to alleviate depression, anxiety, substance abuse, trauma, and especially bereavement. I will work with you to guide you on your path of growth and change."
Self-Harming
(720) 650-6779 x706
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"Deciding to start therapy is a courageous way to change one's life. I will help guide you to make positive changes in a comfortable and safe space. My approach is warm, empathetic, respectful, and non-judgmental of the individual. I can help you increase your awareness, insight, navigate transitions, and to provide support for you to make better choices. In addition to traditional therapy I use art, music, yoga and play as therapeutic means to alleviate depression, anxiety, substance abuse, trauma, and especially bereavement. I will work with you to guide you on your path of growth and change."
Alex Klein Therapy, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MSW, LCSW
Verified by Psychology Today
"I love working with individuals who are eager to find a deeper connection to self and others. Many people who decide to start therapy feel ambivalent about the process, and may feel uncertain about change in general. That is okay. They may not be ready for change and may be coming to therapy in order to first find that motivation for change. They may be highly emotionally sensitive, but have never felt understood in their sensitivity. They want to feel heard, seen, understood because these are some of our innate human needs. "
Self-Harming
(720) 799-0383
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"I love working with individuals who are eager to find a deeper connection to self and others. Many people who decide to start therapy feel ambivalent about the process, and may feel uncertain about change in general. That is okay. They may not be ready for change and may be coming to therapy in order to first find that motivation for change. They may be highly emotionally sensitive, but have never felt understood in their sensitivity. They want to feel heard, seen, understood because these are some of our innate human needs. "
Sheri Vanino, Psychologist
Psychologist, PsyD
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Denver. I work with clients to develop insight and self-awareness so they may make more informed choices rather than perpetuating old patterns and habits. My work with clients tends to focus on healing from the past, increasing coping skills and building on existing strengths to move in a new direction and create change. I bring years of experience, knowledge, skills, humor, and empathy to my work with clients."
Self-Harming
(303) 625-6572
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"I am a licensed clinical psychologist practicing in Denver. I work with clients to develop insight and self-awareness so they may make more informed choices rather than perpetuating old patterns and habits. My work with clients tends to focus on healing from the past, increasing coping skills and building on existing strengths to move in a new direction and create change. I bring years of experience, knowledge, skills, humor, and empathy to my work with clients."
Yuko Lawrence
MA, LPCC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Mind. Body. Spirit. I believe that a holistic, integrated model of healing is the most effective way to help you heal and thrive. My approach to therapy is rooted in the belief that every person is innately whole. However, trauma and emotional wounds cloud our natural ability to feel at peace with ourselves. I approach therapy as a collaborative process, guiding my clients to uncover their own wisdom, healing, and aliveness. My approach is direct, kind, non-judgemental and accommodating. I use a present-moment focus that invites my clients to explore their thoughts and feelings in new ways, listening to the messages from within. "
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(833) 859-4153 x704
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"Mind. Body. Spirit. I believe that a holistic, integrated model of healing is the most effective way to help you heal and thrive. My approach to therapy is rooted in the belief that every person is innately whole. However, trauma and emotional wounds cloud our natural ability to feel at peace with ourselves. I approach therapy as a collaborative process, guiding my clients to uncover their own wisdom, healing, and aliveness. My approach is direct, kind, non-judgemental and accommodating. I use a present-moment focus that invites my clients to explore their thoughts and feelings in new ways, listening to the messages from within. "
Sean Doyle, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"Trusting a therapist with thoughts and emotions we aren't comfortable facing ourselves can seem embarrassing and perhaps even terrifying. Therapy is a difficult process and I work to face those challenges with my clients head on. My mission is to help empower my clients to create positive life changes. I have been called blunt and no nonsense by my clients. Clients also say I have a calm demeanor that provides a balance to this approach. One client described my therapy style as putting puzzle pieces together to gain a clear picture of their thoughts and emotions. "
Self-Harming
(720) 605-4762
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"Trusting a therapist with thoughts and emotions we aren't comfortable facing ourselves can seem embarrassing and perhaps even terrifying. Therapy is a difficult process and I work to face those challenges with my clients head on. My mission is to help empower my clients to create positive life changes. I have been called blunt and no nonsense by my clients. Clients also say I have a calm demeanor that provides a balance to this approach. One client described my therapy style as putting puzzle pieces together to gain a clear picture of their thoughts and emotions. "
Aspire Counseling Denver, Licensed Professional Counselor
Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC
Verified by Psychology Today
"I am NOT accepting new clients at this time. However, if you do not wish to use insurance and are interested in a sliding scale, my intern is accepting new clients. As a trauma expert, I work with a variety of issues including; PTSD, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, grief, divorce, eating disorders, addiction, bullying, major life transitions/changes, and self esteem."
Self-Harming
(727) 475-7611
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"I am NOT accepting new clients at this time. However, if you do not wish to use insurance and are interested in a sliding scale, my intern is accepting new clients. As a trauma expert, I work with a variety of issues including; PTSD, anxiety, depression, mood disorders, grief, divorce, eating disorders, addiction, bullying, major life transitions/changes, and self esteem."
Insight Counseling Center, Clinical Social Work/Therapist
Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW, CACIII
Verified by Psychology Today
"I strongly believe in your potential to grow and find joy in your life. I understand that taking the leap to enter therapy is a risk and feels intimidating. Therefore, I use a caring, supportive approach to help you grow into your true self. I am especially interested in working with people who are excited and committed to creating change in their lives. I have been passionately helping women ignite their Inner Fire through classes, workshops, and individual coaching. You can find more info about these offerings on my website. I invite you to courageously join in on the fun!"
Self-Harming
(303) 900-7097
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"I strongly believe in your potential to grow and find joy in your life. I understand that taking the leap to enter therapy is a risk and feels intimidating. Therefore, I use a caring, supportive approach to help you grow into your true self. I am especially interested in working with people who are excited and committed to creating change in their lives. I have been passionately helping women ignite their Inner Fire through classes, workshops, and individual coaching. You can find more info about these offerings on my website. I invite you to courageously join in on the fun!"

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Self-Harming (Cutting) Therapists
Self-harm (SH) or deliberate self-harm (DSH) is the deliberate infliction of damage to your own body. It includes cutting, burning, scratching, banging or hitting yourself, interfering with wound healing, and the ingestion of toxic substances or objects. While self injury (SI) can look like suicide, it's not; most people who mutilate themselves do it as a way to regulate mood. People who hurt themselves in this way may be motivated by a need to distract themselves from inner turmoil, or to quickly release anxiety that builds due to an inability to express intense emotions.

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