David Stephens, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Location: 1722 McArthur, Colorado Springs 80909
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Stephens.
Panic AttacksDepression
Alcohol and Drug AddictionMarriage Counseling
PTSD and TraumaDementia and Chronic Illness
AnxietyEmotional Difficulties

Your upcoming or existing marriage can be a lifelong journey of love, support and transformation, but you need the right tools and knowledge to make this happen. Let me help you prepare for a new marriage, or help you get your existing marriage back on track.

Dick Wulf, MSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

Location: 1339 N. 31st. Circle, Colorado Springs 80904
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dick.
Marriage CounselingFamily Counseling
Individual TherapyGroup Therapy
Life Enhancement And CoachingDepression, Bipolar
Anger ManagementBorderline Personality Disorde

I have considerable success in helping painful families, marriages (as well as friendships) become safe and rewarding. I have a national outreach to help families and couples use dialogue to better their relationships.

Kelly Gillespie, MA

Registered Psychotherapist

Location: 1465 Kelly Johnson Blvd., Colorado Springs 80918
Fast Contact: Email or Call Kelly.
Divorce Recovery/HealingEating Disorders
Anger ManagementDepression and Anxiety
Pre-Marital CounselingCounseling During Weight Loss

I do premarital counseling for couples. I, also, provide counseling to couples trying to navigate the waters of marriage. My style of counseling is warm, nonjudgmental and patient.

Wes Wilson, MA, LMFT, LAC

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Supervisor

Location: 4585 Hilton Parkway, Suite 202, Colorado Springs 80907
Fast Contact: Email or Call Wes.
Collaborative CommunicationPTSD, Loss, And Grief
Cognitive Behavioral TherapyIntimacy Issues
Anger ManagementLicensed Addiction Counselor
DepressionApproved Clinical Supervisor

Wes Wilson specializes in Collaborative Communication Therapy and family issues. He is known for helping couples to "Get Each Other!" Keeping it fun and informative, Wes can help you bring out the deeper issues between each other and learn how to communicate better.

Related Sites:
City Of Colorado Springs
State Board of Licensed Professional Counselors Examiners

Therapy Colorado Springs Colorado

Counseling Manitou Springs, Cascade, Fountain, Penrose, Florence, Pueblo, Green Mountain Falls

One of the most notable places in Colorado Springs is the United States Olympic Training Center, including the headquarters of the United States Olympic Committee.1  The economy in the city is primarily driven by the military, high-tech, and tourism.  Fortunately, the city is not completely reliant upon the military for its economic stability due to growth, mostly in the service industry, such as call centers in insurance, support, and financial industries.  This may be largely due to the fact that there are quality college educated workers who want to stay in the city, but not necessarily work in the defense sector.  However, finding work outside of the defense sector remains a little difficult.  This is because there are several large employers in the defense industry located in the city, such as Northrop Grumman, Boeing, Harris Corporation, L-3 Communication, ITT, and Lockheed Martin. However, there have been quite a few high-tech industry organizations set up shop here.  These companies include Hewlett Packard, for example. Additionally, the variance of health facilities is equally as plentiful. The diverse workforce in the city will continue to create growth in the city. 

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs and El Paso County have relatively high rates of domestic violence and other family-related offenses. In 2012, well over 13,000 incidents were reported.2 Agencies that assist couples and families with these issues are always in need of volunteer support. One such organization, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), trains volunteers to advocate on behalf of children who have been abused or witnessed the abuse of others. Those who wish to volunteer as a CASA advocate can call 719-447-9898.3

Community centers located throughout Colorado Springs provide neighborhood-based resources for families in need. Programs that facilitate learning, recreation, and personal growth are offered for residents of all ages. Early childhood and youth programs teach life skills, communication skills, and provide activities to boost self-esteem. Programs for seniors in need are available as well, including food assistance and medical services programs.4

Family Services and Assistance Programs

The City of Colorado Springs maintains working relationships with various non-profit organizations that provide mental health services to the community. Among them is Pikes Peak Family Connections, which specializes in improving parenting methods and family interactions. Their programs are family-centered, meaning all members of the family are involved, and are based on current research. Classes teach personal empowerment, communication skills, empathic awareness, and behavior management skills to all family members. Families that are interested in enrolling in a course can call 719-520-1019.5


1. United States Olympic Committee. (2014). About the USOC. Retrieved from http://www.teamusa.org/About-the-USOC
2. TESSA. (2012). Year End Report. Retrieved from http://www.tessacs.org/library/Impact_Reports/TESSA_CIR_CY2012.pdf
3. Court Appointed Special Advocates. (2014). Home - CASA. Retrieved from http://www.casappr.org/
4. The City of Colorado Springs. (2014). Community Centers. Retrieved from https://www.springsgov.com/Page.aspx?NavID=2071
5. The City of Colorado Springs. (2013). Agencies Funded. Retrieved from http://www.springsgov.com/Page.aspx?NavID=3253