Counseling in Denver, CO. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Great therapists in Denver, Colorado are ready to help you. Contacting a counselor is fast and easy, go ahead and say hello.


Rachel Weddle, MA, MFT

Marriage and Family Therapist

3445 Penrose Place, Suite 250, Boulder, Colorado

As a relationship expert, I work with couples and individuals wanting to communicate about tough issues--money, children, work--without fighting. Feeling heard, valued and understood in our love relationships impacts our overall happiness; contact me for a free consult

Michael Stein, Psy.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

1660 S. Albion St. Suite 624, Denver, Colorado

My practice is focused exclusively on treating people with anxiety disorders and OCD. As a specialist, I have more knowledge, skills, experience, and success treating anxiety and OCD than your average therapist. I can help you get the relief you deserve.

Trisha Dittrick, M.A., LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1437 Sanford Drive, Fort Collins, Colorado

I'm ready and available when you want to create a change. My approach is to be gently direct, cultivate awareness, highlight choice and responsibility, and the capacity to create sustained change. There is relief in starting the process. Give a call.

A Peaceful Life Counseling Services, Kat Mindenhall, LCSW (Director)

Licensed Social Worker

950 Wadsworth Blvd. Suite 120, Lakewood, Colorado

We offer specialized Couples Therapy & Marriage Counseling, and Individual Services. You can book a free consultation online right now, and start your journey toward the relationship you've always wanted. Evening & Weekend hours available.

Howard Lambert, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

425 South Cherry Street, Ste 205, Denver, Colorado

Are you feeling stuck in a painful place in your life? I use results oriented techniques to help you grow through your pain and become more authentic and vital in your life. I am a compassionate man and I want to help you live according to your life's deepest values.

Valerie Abitbol, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

1777 South Harrison Street, Suite1200, Denver, Colorado

My style is very collaborative and respectful of your own process and state. I offer you a space and time to truly be yourself. I strive to create a warm, compassionate and non-judgmental environment, in which I will support you while exploring your struggles, guide you

Allison Rimland, LPC

Emotionally Focused Couple Therapists

7000 E Belleview Ave, Ste 350, Greenwood Village, Colorado

It's so frustrating when you try hard, but still end up arguing, feeling misunderstood or distant from the person you love. We help couples get out of cycles of miscommunication to find closeness, sexual connection and joy! We will help you fight for the love you want!

Mikey Brackett, MA, NCC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

789 Sherman st suite 440, Denver, Colorado

Hope and Healing are possible. Change occurs and strength can be renewed. I offer a safe, fresh, and dynamic space where you can find the strength, insight, and support to move forward.

Pamela Silsby, MA, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

90 Madison Street Suite 504, Denver, Colorado

I empower my clients to connect with who they really are by giving them full permission to be themselves. Additionally, I support my clients by believing in what is truly possible for them and by holding the highest vision for them.

Karen Turner, LMFT, DAPA

Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor

5941 So. Emporia Cir., Englewood, Colorado

Using compassion and acceptance, I help people deal with trauma from the past or current situations to help them contact and learn to trust their own inner guidance. I work with people from all walks of life. A mid-life crisis can turn into a whole new way of life.

Mark Palmer, Ph.D

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

1776 South Jackson St., Suite 204, Denver, Colorado

My approach focusses on the person and starts where they are. I try to see the whole person and help them find internal resources to solve their problems and create solutions that last. In this way, therapy provides an opportunity to learn skills and experience growth.

Scott Church, MA, LPCC

Registered Psychotherapist

1616 17th Street #379, Denver, Colorado

I provide sex therapy and relationship/couple counseling. Counseling services include working with: sexual abuse/trauma, compulsive sexual behavior/sex addiction, gender identity/LGBTQIA, sexuality, and intimacy.

Jennifer Maddox, LCSW, MASM

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

90 Madison Street, Suite 504, Denver, Colorado

As a solution-focused therapist, my goal is to help you uncover your true potential and lead a life that is worth celebrating. While we can't change difficult situations of the past, we can work together to better understand and resolve challenges in your life.



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

Therapist Denver Colorado

Counseling Golden, Arvada, Englewood, Aurora, Littleton, Wheat Ridge, Parker, Westminster, Broomfield

Denver is the capital of Colorado, and one of the most populous in the state. The city is located in the South Platte River Valley, which is south of the Southern Rocky Mountains. The city is nicknamed the Mile High City because its elevation is exactly a mile high, 5,280 feet above sea level.1 The city itself has around 589,000 people, but the metropolitan area, which includes 12 counties in the Denver area, has around 3 million people. However, there are 18 counties in the Front Range Urban Corridor with approximately 4.2 million people. It is the second largest city in the Mountain West, behind Phoenix. The city was founded in 1858 as a mining town during the Pikes Peak Gold Rush. During this time, a group of prospectors settled in the area and established Montana City along the banks of the South Platte River. Today it is a family friendly place, home to a vast spectrum of cultures and peoples. Children, couples, families, singles, and parents of all creeds have made their home in this great city.

Mental Health in Denver

Substance abuse in Denver is a significant problem, with 21 percent of the city's residents reporting use of illicit drugs over the course of the last year. Heavy drinking is also a common issue, with over 27 percent of Denver inhabitants engaging in binge drinking at least once in the past month. With the legalization of marijuana, the percentage of citizens using that drug is estimated to have increased since the 2010 estimate of 16.5 percent.2

The Colorado Department of Human Services operates 17 Community Mental Health Centers in the Denver metropolitan area.3 These centers provide low-cost mental health services, including individual and family counseling, substance abuse treatment, psychiatric and medication services, life skills, and educational classes and programs for people with serious and persistent mental illnesses. The programs offered at Denver's counseling centers are evidence-based and utilize current best practices to ensure clients receive proper care. For additional information about the various programs available or to make an appointment, please call 303-730-8858. In the case of an emergency, call 303-730-3303.4

Current Initiatives

The Catholic Health Initiative seeks to improve the mental and physical health of Denver area residents. Not only does the initiative provide resources and support services for those in need, it also seeks to improve access to services to underserved communities, particularly the homeless, the poor, and the working poor. Additionally, the initiative works to improve services for citizens who are elderly, have developmental disabilities, or who are chronically mentally ill.5


References

1. Wikipedia. (2017). Denver, Colorado. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Denver
2. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. (2017). Substance Use and Mental Disorders in the Denver-Aurora-Broomfield MSA. Retrieved from http://www.samhsa.gov/data/NSDUHMetroBriefReports/NSDUH-Metro-Denver.pdf
3. Colorado Department of Human Services. (2017). Community Mental Health Centers. Retrieved from http://www.colorado.gov/cs/Satellite/CDHS-BehavioralHealth/CBON/1251581449824
4. Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health Network. (2010). Services. Retrieved from http://www.admhn.org/Services.aspx
5. The National Child Traumatic Stress Network. (2017). Mental Health Center of Denver - Gang Reduction Initiative of Denver. Retrieved from http://www.nctsn.org/about-us/network-members/gang-reduction-initiative-denver-trauma-treatment-project-grid-ttp

Denver is located in Denver County, Colorado. It has a land area of 153.33 square miles and a water area of 1.63 square miles.  The population of Denver is 682,545 people with 275,795 households and a median annual income of $53,637. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Denver, CO

Affordable with Planning

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