Aaron Anderson, M.S., LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
12050 N. Pecos St., ste 170, Westminster, CO
Child counseling at The Marriage and Family Clinic is fun and engaging. Children of all ages have shorter attention spans so traditional "talk therapy" can be frustrating for them. Our approach at The Marriage and Family Clinic strives to help children feel calm and comfortable while engaging them in a variety of therapeutic activities such as drawing, sculpting, letter writing, etc. These activities help children address and express the difficulties they're experiencing in playful ways while still getting the help they need to overcome the challenges they are having. We can help your child get the help they need and enjoy counseling, too.
Kevin Fleming Ph.D.
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Brenda Bomgardner, MA, LPC, NCC, BCC
Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Coach
950 Wadsworth Blvd. Suite 315, Lakewood, CO
Are you a parent of young children and feel lost or burned out. Do you want to fix your child's behavior? I have found one of the most effective ways to help a child is to support the parents. I have four grown children and seven grandchildren to add to my training. I bring a perspective of real life experience to the therapeutic relationship. I can work with you on helping you figure out how to parent your child in a way that works for you and your child.
Angela Dotzenrod, MA, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
950 Wadsworth Blvd Suite 315, Lakewood, CO
Teens can have a variety of difficulties including questioning their identities, struggling with self esteem and acceptance issues, worrying about meeting expectations, lacking organizational skills, and recovering from abandonment or trauma. I work with teens to help them develop their personal values, identify their unique talents and abilities, develop social and practical skills, and heal from past hurts and trauma. Anxiety and bullying are also common issues I work with.
Anne Meyers, MA, NCC
Many parents tell me that they want a therapist their child or teen can open up to. My therapeutic style is accepting and down to earth. This provides a comfortable space for children and teens to openly discuss and explore their feelings, thoughts and experiences. I also work with children and teens on developing concrete tools to help manage painful feelings and problematic behaviors. I encourage you to call me for a free phone consultation: this will give you a good sense of who I am as a therapist and how I can help your child and/or your family.
Heather Gomez, MA, LMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist
2095 W. 6th Ave, Broomfield, CO
I specialize in providing play therapy to young children. I have an office where I offer both directive and non-directive play therapy to children ages 2 and above. In play therapy, I like to include the family rather than treating the child as an individual. One specialty I offer with young children is and evidenced-based, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, which helps children who have been severely traumatized to learn coping skills and to be better equipped to deal with life's events after the trauma. When the child is supported with their trauma, then concerning behaviors begin to decrease.
Tony Jackson, MA
7456 West 5th Avenue #300, Lakewood, CO
Children like adults can benefit from therapy. Therapy for children is often used to assist them with behavioral issues, problem solving skills or learning to communicate about possible past traumas. Children like adults also deal with stress, it is just harder to identify. Stress from loss, family transition, bullying or school can lead to behavioral and emotional problems in the child. Non school age children may deal with developmental issues like walking, talking and potty training issues. If you feel your child needs help with any behavioral or emotional problems or if your family is facing a major transition then therapy may be a great support for your chil and you.
Michael Stein, Psy.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
1660 S. Albion St. Suite 624, Denver, CO
Is your child suffering from anxiety or OCD? Is it taking over your family's lives? We specialize in treating children and teens with anxiety and OCD using a proven treatment method that has been shown to be more effective at relieving anxiety than any other type of therapy. We can help reduce your child's anxiety so they get back on track at home, in school, and with their friends.
Sue McCullough, LCSW
Licensed Clincial Social Worker
700 Front Street, Suite 204, Louisville, CO
Young children do not have the verbal skills to explain what is bothering them and may become angry or depressed. I communicate with children at the appropriate age level using books, games, and drawing. As we play together, your child will feel safe and find a way to express feelings not easily expressed because of lack of words. I will help your child develop new coping and verbal skills that will allow expression of feelings. I will, or course, communicate with you as the parent and make suggestions to help you interact better with your child
Sarah Walsh, MA, NCC
Counselor, Registered Psychotherapist
1319 West Baseline Road Suite 101-B, Lafayette, CO
I am have experience with young children after working as an extern at Boulder Center for Play Therapy. I have the tools and toys necessary to work with children ages 7-8 and up. I utilize a child-led play environment in which the child, through play, expresses the issues and struggles that they are facing in life, and I help them to work through and face those struggles with as many tools and resources as possible. I also help children develop healthy emotional regulation. I focus also on the hope and safety found in Christs love.