Counseling in Loveland, CO. Find the Right Therapist.

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Bruce Rumsey, Ph.D., LPC, MAC

LIcensed Professional Counselor, Master Addiction Counselor

1635 Foxtrail Drive, Loveland, Colorado

I have over twenty years of experience helping individuals, couples, families, & organizations transition through life challenges. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Master Addiction Counselor, certified in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and EMDR.

Benjamin Downey, M.A., NCC

Counselor

1635 Foxtrail Dr, Loveland, Colorado

Benjamin provides a safe and compassionate place to address your concerns and will work with you to discover a path towards restoration and growth.

Nicholas Hunt, M.S.S.W.

Counselor

1635 Foxtrail Drive, Loveland, Colorado

Some challenges in life seem impossible to overcome, but Nick believes that we all have a strength inside of us to tackle these challenges. His gentle humor, compassion, and professional experience help individuals to find ways to conquer what life throws their way.

Steve Termath, M.A, NCC, LPCC

National Certified Counselor

1635 Foxtrail Dr, Loveland, Colorado

Discover hope, healing, and solutions in a caring, respectful environment. I bring empathy, expertise, and professionalism to the counseling relationship to empower you to build realistic and attainable goals for change. Call today to schedule your free consultation.

Chris Berger, M.A., LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1635 Foxtrail Drive, Loveland, Colorado

You are taking the courageous first step in finding help. In counseling, I will help you analyze the areas in your life that are holding you back so you can stop focusing on the problems and start creating solutions. Call 970-227-2770 to schedule your free consultation.

Courtney Watson, M.Ed, NCC, LPCC

Counselor

1635 Foxtrail dr, Loveland, Colorado

Counseling is a wonderfully effective tool for helping you overcome life's curve balls and achieve a successful life. Come in today for a free consultation to find out how counseling can make your life better.

Wade Brandon, M.C., LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1635 Foxtrail Drive, Loveland, Colorado

Wade brings warmth, compassion, and acceptance to the therapeutic relationship, coming alongside clients wherever they are in their journey of life. With over 14 years of experience as a counselor, Wade believes healing, growth, and change are achievable for all.

Kelly Rudolph, M.A., LPCC

Counselor

1635 Foxtrail Drive, Loveland, Colorado

Life can hand out many challenges and road blocks that may seem difficult to overcome; however, with the appropriate tools of support and guidance, everyone can rise above these challenges and live a meaningful and fulfilling life.

Keaton Brown, M.S., MFTC

Marriage and Family Therapist and Counselor

1635 Foxtrail Drive, Loveland, Colorado

Keaton understands the courage it takes to begin counseling. he also understands the tremendous opportunities counseling offers, giving you the chance to move toward healing, hope, and recovery. e will walk beside you every step of the way.

Taylor Eisenach, M.A., MFTC

Marriage and Family Therapist and Counselor

1635 Foxtrail Dr, Loveland, Colorado

The first step toward change is the scariest. Taylor understands the weight of painful experiences and is here to help you overcome your current barriers and find a better life. You will work together until you find growth, peace, and balance.

Brittany White, M.A., LPC, NCC, EMDR, CCTP

Counselor

155 E Boardwalk Dr, Fort Collins, Colorado

Brittany White believes that all people can gain insight and learn skills that will help them live a balanced and fulfilled life. Brittany strives to create an open, comfortable setting where you can explore issues and make desired changes.

Hannah Dorsher, Hannah Dorsher M.A., EMDR, LPCC

Counselor

1194 W Ash st, Windsor, Colorado

Life can hand out many challenges and road blocks that may seem difficult to overcome; however, with the appropriate tools of support and guidance, everyone can rise above these challenges and live a meaningful and fulfilling life.

Samantha Ricard, M.A., MFTC

Counselor

1635 Foxtrail Dr, Loveland, Colorado

If you are feeling stuck, without motivation to change your current situation, counseling could be the most important step that you take to transform your life for the better.



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Therapy Loveland, CO

Counseling Redmond, Berthoud, Windsor, Kings Corner, Johnstown, Masonville

Loveland, Colorado is located approximately 40 miles north of Denver, the state’s capitol. Located near Fort Collins, the city contains two colleges, and one community college. There are also five private schools, that are faith-based, located in Loveland. Loveland has been named as one of the more desirable places to live in America. Loveland is fairly conservative in its views towards politics, and has a large Evangelical Christian population. There is a large population of artists that reside in the city, which has brought an art museum and an annual sculpture show in the summertime. There are also around 300 pieces of art that is located in the public arts collection for everyone to enjoy, with many of the pieces located at the Benson Sculpture Garden.1

Mental Health in Loveland

Harvest Farm is a long-term, faith-based addiction recovery program that places individuals in an agricultural work setting to learn valuable skills. Each resident finds educational, spiritual and emotional support services, in addition to work-based therapeutic services that instill confidence, stability and self-esteem into each resident's life. By providing comprehensive services that address the whole person, Harvest Farm is able to help residents break the cycle of addiction so they can rejoin society and be positive, contributing members of the community. Call 970-568-9803, extension 4234 to find out more.2

In times of grief and mourning, individuals can benefit greatly from being able to share their feelings with others who have had similar experiences. Hospice of Northern Colorado facilitates a number of groups for those who have lost a loved one. A group specifically for men meets each month to provide emotional support. The Growing through Grief group gives mourners a safe and caring place in which to sort through their feelings and experience support from others in the group. A group for those who have lost a family pet is also available. To inquire about a group, call 970-352-8487.3

Foothills Gateway is a Loveland area non-profit that is committed to providing support services to the city's mentally and physically disabled residents so they can achieve an increased level of independence. Foothills' programs address many areas of need, from providing transportation to job skills training to life skills classes. The organization also takes small groups of disabled individuals on social outings, so they can interact with one another, as well as feel a sense of community as they interact with other Loveland residents. Together, these programs help participants learn valuable skills for greater self-sufficiency, but also facilitate greater self-esteem and improved self-confidence. For additional details, call 970-226-2345.4

Current Initiatives

The Homelessness Prevention Initiative is a grassroots effort to reduce the incidence of homelessness in Loveland and other cities along the northern Front Range. The purpose of the initiative is to stop homelessness before it starts. This is accomplished by providing needy families with grant-based funding to pay for rent, utilities, and other necessities, while they work to improve their financial and employment stability. In total, the organization has helped keep 20,000 people in their homes and off the streets. For additional information about the initiative, call 970-407-7021.5


References

1. Sculpture in the Park. (2017). The Loveland High Plains Art Council. Retrieved from http://www.sculptureinthepark.org/.
2. Harvest Farm. (2017). About the Farm. Retrieved from http://www.harvestfarm.net/about_farm/index.php.
3. Hospice of Northern Colorado. (2017). Support Groups. Retrieved from http://www.hospiceofnortherncolorado.org/support-groups.
4. Foothills Gateway. (2017). Direct Services. Retrieved from http://www.foothillsgateway.org/services/FGIServices.aspx.
5. Homelessness Prevention Initiative. (2017). Our Mission. Retrieved from http://www.homelessnessprevention.net/.

Loveland is located in Larimer County, Colorado. It has a land area of 34.09 square miles and a water area of 1.47 square miles.  The population of Loveland is 75,182 people with 29,985 households and a median annual income of $56,277. .


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