Counseling in Lakewood, CO. Find the Right Therapist.

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


Rebecca Nowosielski, MA, MFTC, EMDR Trained

Rebecca Nowosielski, MA, MFTC, EMDR Trained

Couple, Individual, and Family Therapist

2806 Speer Blvd., Denver, Colorado 80211 | 303-588-2585

I offer an individualized therapeutic approach that helps each unique client explore their experiences, work through challenges, and implement change in a supportive and safe environment.

Chuck Fallon, MA, LPC

Chuck Fallon, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

12211 W. ALAMEDA PARKWAY STE. 110, LAKEWOOD, Colorado 80228 | 720-295-2827

I believe incremental steps can build a strong foundation. If you’re willing to try, great change can take place—and you’ll even have some fun! Change is inevitable, but growth is optional. Consider this: you do have a choice. And I'm here to help.

Brenda Bomgardner, LPC, NCC, BCC, ACS

Brenda Bomgardner, LPC, NCC, BCC, ACS

Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Coach

950 Wadsworth Blvd. Suite 315, Lakewood, Colorado 80214 | 720-260-7702

Do you feel like your wheels are spinning and you're going nowhere? Stuck!! Get going with the leverage of focused counseling in creating a life that is fulfilling and meaningful based on what is important to you. Fine tune your life skills with a test drive. Call me.


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City of Lakewood, CO
Colorado Licensed Professional Counselors Examiners Board

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There are several different cultural activities occurring in Lakewood. There are live performances at the Lakewood Cultural Center1 as well as the Sounds Exciting Summer Concert Series. There are also classes and workshops that are held featuring arts and crafts, pottery, and many other types of educational opportunities. There are four different galleries where art and cultural exhibits are prominently displayed throughout the city and neighborhoods. There are also community festivals, including Cider Days. The city is committed to supporting the city’s culture, heritage, and arts through education, outreach, and programs in the city. The Lakewood Cultural Center presents nationally and internationally recognized artists in community presentations and performances. There are 14 programs, which include the Lakewood Symphony and Ballet Folklorico, the Count Basie Orchestra and the Takacs Quartet, and David Taylor’s Dance Theatre which is 38,000 square feet with 310 seats. This is a great place for either afternoon or evening performances.

Mental Health in Lakewood

The central focus of the Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado is to provide prevention, intervention, and postvention resources to individuals and families who have been impacted by the death of a loved one. Educational and outreach programs teach youth about the warning signs of suicide, and provide valuable information about how to seek help. The coalition also works with other non-profit agencies to effect change at the state government level in order to ensure that the state continues to provide funding for prevention and intervention programs, as well as mental health programs for at-risk youth. To find out more about the coalition and its programs, call 720-383-7722.2

Individuals with a mental illness or a disability often have difficulty finding adequate employment. Being unable to find a job can be frustrating and cause a great deal of mental and emotional stress. Fortunately, Bayaud Enterprises offers many vocational services to Lakewood residents who have a mental or physical impairment. Comprehensive vocational assessments help identify an individual's strengths, interests, abilities and aptitudes. The Transistional Work Adjustment Program gives program participants real-world, paid work experiences in order to learn workplace protocols and expectations before seeking employment outside the agency. Participants also engage in exercises to build confidence, self-awareness and self-esteem in preparation for entrance into the workforce. For further details, call 303-830-6885.3

Immigrants to this country are no doubt excited about the prospect of pursuing the American dream and providing a better life for themselves and their family. Yet many immigrants must overcome financial, cultural, and economic barriers in order to make their dreams a reality. To assist in the transition of living in a new place, Jewish Family Service provides relocation programs to help individuals transition to self-sufficiency and overcome issues of diversity. Citizenship and language classes help immigrants assimilate to American culture. Access to food and financial assistance take the stress out of having adequate nutrition and shelter. Individuals can also participate in support programs that tend to emotional and mental health needs in order to improve overall wellbeing. For additional information, contact Jewish Family Service at 303-597-5000.4

Current Initiatives

Denver's Road Home is a comprehensive community initiative to end homelessness in the Denver metro area. In all, over 350 stakeholders that represent both public and private organizations developed the original recommendations for the initiative when it began in 2005. The program's housing-first plan focuses on increasing the number of emergency shelters available, as well as the number of transitional and permanent housing options. Also included are wraparound services that address the physical and mental health needs of individuals, as well as job skills and vocational trainings in order to help residents get back on their feet with adequate employment. By addressing the needs of the whole person, the initiative improves the likelihood that homeless residents will be able to improve their quality of life and escape the cycle of poverty.


References

1. Lakewoord Colorado. (2016). Lakewoord Cultural Center. Retrieved from http://www.lakewood.org/CulturalCenter/.
2. Suicide Prevention Coalition of Colorado. (2016). About Us. Retrieved from http://www.suicidepreventioncolorado.org/about-us.html.
3. Bayaud Enterprises. (2017). Vocational Services. Retrieved from http://www.bayaudenterprises.org/vocational_services/.
4. Jewish Family Service. (2017). New American Services. Retrieved from http://jewishfamilyservice.org/services/new-american-services.
5. Denver's Road Home. (2017). Learn About DRH. Retrieved from http://www.denversroadhome.org/learn.php.

Lakewood is located in Jefferson County, Colorado. It has a land area of 42.87 square miles and a water area of 1.18 square miles.  The population of Lakewood is 152,597 people with 63,159 households and a median annual income of $56,954. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Lakewood, CO

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Lakewood 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 Lakewood 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 Lakewood public health department.