Counseling in Colorado Springs, CO. Find the Right Therapist.

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Inga Thors, Psy.D.

Behavior Therapist

6165 Lehman Dr., Suite 203-2, Colorado Springs, Colorado

I am a specialist in treating anxiety and OCD. Unlike most therapists who treat a wide variety of issues, I center my practice wholly around treating anxiety and OCD, so I am very confident I can help you if you are dealing with these issues.

Trudy Colflesh, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

4865 Old Farm Circle West, Colorado Springs, Colorado

As a Christian professional counselor I help clients discover and heal root causes of pain that interfer with present day lives and relationships. We discover the toxic beliefs that are held and seek to learn what is truth. I combine theraputic counseling with prayer.

David Stephens, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

1722 McArthur, Colorado Springs, Colorado

Hope. ReIief. Freedom. These are what you will experience as a result of our work together. I specialize in helping people recover from depression, anxiety, panic, trauma, addictions of all kinds, marriage difficulties, and brain issues such as autism and concussions.

Sharon Stewart, PsyD

Licensed psychologist

1971 Millwright Court, Monument, Colorado

5/5 stars Therapy Verified Review-Thumbtack.com "I honestly don't know what I would do without Sharon....with the help of Sharon's keen insight, empathy, and professional skills, I feel like I've started making progress....She is incredibly intelligent and trustworthy"

Margaret Mitchell, MA, LPCC, NCC

Addiction Counselor

7710 N Union Blvd, Suite 100J, Colorado Springs, Colorado

I will provide a safe place to help you understand self-defeating patterns that may be sabotaging your life. I strive to empower you to work through challenges or crisis, and learn to identify strengths and skills. Your whole wellness is my goal.

Kelly Gillespie, MA

Professional Counselor, MA

1802 Chapel HIlls Dr Suite C, Colorado Springs, Colorado

I specialize in divorce recovery, recovery from narcissistic abuse/relationships, eating disorders, self-esteem issues, anxiety, and relationship issues/growth. I also specialize in the reunification process between parent & child due to parental alienation.

Jennifer Brown, MA, LPCC, NCC

MA, LPCC, NCC

1802 Chapel Hill Drive Suite C, Colorado Springs, Colorado

I work with adolescents and adults who are seeking help with depression, anxiety, family relationships, social difficulties, and transitions. I have worked with individuals, couples and groups for the past 24 years and I am excited to continue this journey with you.

Wes Wilson, MA, LMFT, LAC

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Supervisor

4585 Hilton Parkway, Suite 202, Colorado Springs, Colorado

With over 35 years of counseling Wes is one of the best. He serves individuals, couples, and families, to communicate, better, get answers, and feel better together. He'll listen personally to your issues, difficult symptoms, and hurts. You'll feel & live better.


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City Of Colorado Springs
State Board of Licensed Professional Counselors Examiners

Counseling Colorado Springs Colorado

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Colorado Springs is approximately 60 miles south of Denver, which is the capital of Colorado. The city itself sits at around 6,000 feet above sea level, with some areas even higher.1 The location of the city is at the base of Pikes Peak at the eastern edge of the southern Rocky Mountains. Colorado Springs was founded in 1871 with the intention of creating a resort community, which was nicknamed Little London, due to the English tourists that visited the city. With the construction of Antlers Hotel and the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, the vision of the city becoming a resort town was turning into a reality. This vision was cast by General William Palmer, who has a lake named after him, as well as a geographic feature called the Palmer.

Mental Health in Colorado Springs

With the United States Air Force Academy located in Colorado Springs, there are tens of thousands of active duty and retired members of the armed forces in the area.2 For many military families, the service of a loved one causes a significant amount of stress and worry when service men and women are deployed. Upon their return from active duty, some soldiers struggle to adjust back to normal life and suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder and alcohol and drug addiction.3 In fact, from 2000-2011, the number of military members diagnosed with an adjustment or anxiety disorder, depression, or substance abuse rose steadily.4

The Colorado Springs Chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) offers a variety of support groups for community members. Adults living with a mental illness can take advantage of the Connection Recovery Group, at which members can share the challenges and successes of living with a mental illness. The Family Support Group is a place where family caregivers can find resources and interact with other family caregivers in an understanding environment. Those interested in joining one of NAMI's free groups can call 719-473-8477 for further information.5

Current Initiatives

A 2012 initiative proposed by Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper that would improve mental health services in Colorado is currently being reviewed after questions arose about the application process. The governor's proposal, which would provide millions of dollars in grants to fund mental health crisis centers across the state, including Colorado Springs, would also fund a crisis hotline and a statewide marketing campaign to bring awareness to Colorado's mental health issues. AspenPointe, a Colorado Springs-based non-profit is among a number of agencies that applied to manage the project.6


References

1. Wikipedia. (2017). Colorado Springs, Colorado. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colorado_Springs,_Colorado
2. United States Census Bureau. (2017). State and County Quickfacts - Colorado Springs, Colorado. Retrieved from http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/08/0816000.html
3. United States National Library of Medicine. (2017). Veterans and Military Health. Retrieved from http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/veteransandmilitaryhealth.html
4. Congressional Research Service. (2016). Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Other Mental Health Problems in the Military. Retrieved from https://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/natsec/R43175.pdf
5. National Alliance on Mental Illness. (2017). Colorado Springs Support Groups. Retrieved from http://www.namicoloradosprings.org/resources/support-groups
6. Colorado Springs Gazette. (2016). Bid Snafu Delays Funding for Mental Health Care in Colorado. Retrieved from http://gazette.com/bid-snafu-delays-funding-for-mental-health-care-in-colorado/article/1509646

Colorado Springs is located in El Paso County, Colorado. It has a land area of 195.62 square miles and a water area of 0.36 square miles.  The population of Colorado Springs is 456,568 people with 174,441 households and a median annual income of $54,527. .


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Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Colorado Springs 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 Colorado Springs therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility