Counseling in Littleton, CO. Find the Right Therapist.

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

Carole Brooks, Ph.D, LPC

Carole Brooks, Ph.D, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

7220 West Jefferson Avenue, Suite 330, Lakewood, Colorado 80235 | (303) 550-4592

Hello, my name is Dr. Carole Brooks, therapist and owner of Diamond Counseling. Is your life spinning out of control? Do you feel no one in your life understands what you are going through?

Sarah Spurlock, M.A., LMFT

Sarah Spurlock, M.A., LMFT

Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist

12760 Stroh Ranch Way - Suite 103, Parker, Colorado 80134 | (720) 608-0379

I provide solution-focused therapy for couples and individuals. I am here to facilitate change, offer hope, and motivate you to achieve your potential. I want to help you create your future. Most clients find a three to six month timeline will make a significant impact.

Bruce D. Rumsey, Ph.D., LPC

Bruce D. Rumsey, Ph.D., LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

5523 South Prince St., Littleton, Colorado 80120 | (303) 868-7246

FREE CONSULTATION - Littleton | Highlands Ranch Feeling unhappy? Life may be passing you by. Are you struggling & you're not sure how to communicate in difficult aspects of your RELATIONSHIP? Is your ADDICTION or ANXIETY paralyzing you from living your best life?

Rebecca Frank, MA, LPC, NCC

Rebecca Frank, MA, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

6638 W Ottawa Ave Ste 150, Littleton, Colorado 80128 | 720-441-3313

We walk through life's journeys to find the courage to overcome, peace in the midst of struggle, beauty in darkness, and strength to love yourself and others. One step at a time, we take life's adversities and build a life of compassion, serenity, and connection.

Sally Bonkrude, MA, MT-BC, LPC

Sally Bonkrude, MA, MT-BC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor - Board Certified Music Therapist

12176 W Rabbit Ears Pass, Littleton, Colorado 80127 | 303-717-9580

Sally has her Masters Degree in Transpersonal Counseling, as a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Music Therapist, she is a very experienced therapist having worked with adults, families, teens and children for over 14 years.

Related Sites:
City of Littleton
Colorado Licensed Professional Counselors Examiners Board

Therapist Littleton, CO

Counseling Bow Mar, Sheridan, Columbine, Centennial, Englewood, Lakewood, Southglenn, Bakeland

Littleton is located in the beautiful state of Colorado, offering attractions geared specifically toward family-fun. To meet your recreational needs, Roxoborough State Park is nearby with amenities for walking and hiking to wildflower fields. Here your children and teenagers of all ages are sure to enjoy themselves while creating lasting memories. For families with a love of crafts, My Art Workshop is ideal not only for children, but also for adults. Here you can make everything from jewelry and sand art to pottery. Specifically great for couples and parents wishing to get away from the chaos of everyday life, Zen Spa is a highly romantic and relaxing environment offering everything from massages to manicures. AMF is a bowling alley in town great for families of all shapes and sizes. Along the same lines, AMC offers a wide variety of newly released films for your family’s viewing pleasure. The Littleton Museum1 is a completely free attraction great for children and teenagers with a love for animals. There are several schools in the area including Goddard Middle, Front Range Christian High, and Runyon Elementary.

Mental Health in Littleton

Mental illness and addiction disproportionately impact ethnic minority groups. To help address these issues among the Native American Community in Littleton, the Denver Indian Family Resource Center offers programs that strengthen families through culturally responsive services. The Family Preservation Program focuses on helping family members acquire the skills needed to cope with stressful life situations. The Dreamcatcher Group helps facilitate skills development for American Indians living in an urban environment. The program focuses on four areas: work, socializing, practical living and personal growth. For additional details about these services, call 303-871-8035.2

Individuals who have difficulty finding or maintaining a job must deal with various other issues that can serve as a barrier to optimal functioning and good mental health. The stress of not having an income can in turn lead to drug or alcohol abuse, conflict at home, and even homelessness. The Center for Work Education and Employment offers various programs that help individuals overcome poverty, while cultivating the skills required of a self-sufficient and independent member of the community. The center helps program participants prepare for employment through job training courses, find employment via short-term job assistance programs, and maintain employment through continued supportive services from the center. To find out more about these programs, call 303-892-8444.3

Nearly 250,000 Coloradans live with a diagnosable mental illness. Aside from the difficulties their illness presents in terms of living a normal daily life, many mentally ill people face undue discrimination. The Colorado chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness works hard to defend the rights of residents who have struggled to maintain good mental health. NAMI's new Law Line provides free legal assistance to those whose rights have been infringed through the process of involuntary commitments, legal actions, in the workplace or in an educational setting. Contact the Law Line at 303-321-3104 to find out how NAMI can help.4

Current Initiatives

After the tragic events at Columbine High School in 1999, the city of Littleton, along with various partners from the public and private sector, established the Greater Littleton Youth Initiative. The central aim of the initiative is to provide programs and services that enhance the social, emotional, and mental wellbeing of the city's young people. One such program funded by the initiative is the Incredible Years. Participants in this program develop social-emotional competence, coping skills, and communication skills, all of which promote good mental health. For further details about the initiative and its programs, call 303-795-3700.5


1. City of Littleton. (2017). Littleton Museum. Retrieved from
2. Denver Indian Family Resource Center. (2016). Programs. Retrieved from
3. Center for Work Education and Employment. (2016). Programs and Services. Retrieved from
4. NAMI Colorado. (2016). Homepage. Retrieved from
5. City of Littleton. (2017). Greater Littleton Youth Initiative. Retrieved from

Littleton is a city that is located in multiple counties- Jefferson County and Douglas County and Arapahoe County in Colorado. It has a land area of 12.69 square miles and a water area of 1.12 square miles.  The population of Littleton is 46,368 people with 19,283 households and a median annual income of $65,221. .

Therapy Affordability Meter for Littleton, CO

Generally Affordable

Therapists in Littleton are often within budget with some potential challenges for longer term commitments. Your mental health and well being are a top priority. If accessibility is a concern, ask your counselor about sliding scale fees or inquire about accepted insurance plans. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Littleton public health department.