Counseling in Aurora, CO. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Affordable therapists near you in Aurora, Colorado will help you make the changes you want.

Renee Brown, MA, LPC

Renee Brown, MA, LPC

Mental Health Counselor

2101 S. Blackhawk St., Suite 240, Aurora, Colorado 80014 | 720-722-0093

I promise to be there for you through every step of your journey. My goal is to help you grow from your struggles, give you tools to heal from your pain, and move forward taking responsibility for your here and now in order to get where you want to be in your life.

Carrie Chatterton, MA, LPC

Carrie Chatterton, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

6105 South Main Street #218, Aurora, Colorado 80016 | 720-277-9508

Life can be difficult and challenging! Sometimes extra support is needed along the way. I would love to partner with you on your journey to find your abundant life! Let's take the first step together on the path to peace and stability.

Mindy Berry, MA, LPCC, NCC

Mindy Berry, MA, LPCC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

Parker, Colorado 80138 | (720) 924-1117

I provide a safe and comfortable space for you to share your situation. Are you feeling conflicted, overwhelmed or anxious - I can help you. Everyone has the ability to facilitate change from within, and I can start you on that journey.

Georginia Weygand, Ed.S., NCSP, RP, BCCS, CAS

Georginia Weygand, Ed.S., NCSP, RP, BCCS, CAS

School Psychologist, Registered Psychotherapist, Board Certified Cognitive Specialist, Certified Autism Specialist

2851 S Parker Rd, Suite 972, Aurora, Colorado 80014 | 303-357-0386

As a School Psychologist, I work with individuals birth through adults in college or the workforce for comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations. I also provide counseling/psychotherapy with children ages 4 to 16 years. Meet me in my office or I will travel to you!

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

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There are many different things to do in Aurora, such as visiting the Aurora Fox Arts Center, Symphony Orchestra, Aurora History Museum, historic sites, trails, and Morrison Nature Center, to name a few. The Aurora Fox Arts Center entices people to come inside with its neon lights in a 1940s-era restored movie house where live performances, classes, and workshops are held. The Aurora Symphony Orchestra, which was formed in 1978, performs renditions of the classical compositions at the Gateway Center for the Performing Arts. For history buffs, visit the Eisenhower Tower at the Fitzsimons Medical Center where former President Eisenhower recovered from a heart attack.1 The different historical sites around town serve as a reminder of the social, cultural and architectural history in the town. The Morrison Nature Center is a 200-acre Star K Ranch and Nature Center that is located along the Sand Creek Greenway. Some of the activities experienced here are riding trails, nature hikes and workshops.

Mental Health in Aurora

Aurora is the third largest city in Colorado2 and shares many of the mental health concerns of Denver, it's larger neighbor to the north. Twenty-one percent of adults in Aurora have used an illegal drug in the past year. Binge drinking and tobacco use are also common problems. As a result, nearly 12 percent of Aurora citizens suffer from a substance use disorder. Another 7.5 percent of adults have had a major depressive episode.3

The city of Aurora offers a wide range of youth programs that seek to educate children, help them stay safe, and engage them in recreational activities that promote healthy living. The Office of Youth Development is responsible for creating and delivering programs for youth that encourage life-enhancing skills and positive behaviors. Children with special needs can participate in the city's therapeutic recreation program that provides supportive environments in which to learn and grow. The city's future leaders can become involved with local government through the Aurora Youth Commission, which advises city leaders on issues important to children in the community. To receive more information about these programs, please call 303-739-7000.4

Current Initiatives

In response to a growing number of youth and adults involved in the criminal justice system who need mental health care, the Colorado General Assembly authorized the Offender Mental Health Services Initiative. The initiative seeks to increase the ability of community mental health centers to serve those in need, as well as reduce the rate of recidivism for those who have been released from detention. Multiple kinds of therapy are made available as part of the initiative, including cognitive-behavioral therapy and functional family therapy. For more information about the initiative, please call 303-866-7504.5


1. The University of Colorado Hospital. (2010). Eisenhower Suite Rededication Recalls Fitzsimons Place in History. Retrieved from
2. City of Aurora. (2017). Data and Demographics. Retrieved from
3. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2016). Substance Use and Mental Disorders in the Denver-Aurora-Broomfield MSA. Retrieved from
4. City of Aurora. (2017). Youth Resources. Retrieved from
5. Colorado Department of Human Services. (2017). Offender Mental Health Services Initiative. Retrieved from

Aurora is a city that is located in multiple counties- Adams County and Douglas County and Arapahoe County in Colorado. It has a land area of 153.52 square miles and a water area of 0.66 square miles.  The population of Aurora is 359,407 people with 124,031 households and a median annual income of $53,011. .

Therapy Affordability Meter for Aurora, CO

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Aurora is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Aurora therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Aurora public health department.