Marriage counseling that Heals in Denver, CO. Restore Your Relationship.

Speak with the right marriage therapist in Denver. Real help for issues like separation, communication, infidelity, and finances.


Marriage Counselor

Howard Lambert, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

425 South Cherry Street, Ste 205, Denver, Colorado

Are you and your partner fighting too much, painfully distant, or just roommates? I have been helping couples and individual adults for 30 years to live connected and vibrant lives in deeply rewarding relationships. Let me help you grow together into loving connection.

Marriage Counselor

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: premarital counseling, marriage counseling, marital conflicts, intimacy, monogamy, infidelity, polyamory, open relationships, sexuality, LGBTQIA, and intimacy.

Marriage Counselor

Marilee Snyder, LCSW, DCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

75 Manhattan Dr., Boulder, Colorado

For 25+ years, I have practiced child, family, and couples therapy with diverse families in diverse settings -- in my private practice, community counseling centers, clinics, hospitals, courtrooms, schools, clients' homes... I specialize in tough problems!

Marriage Counselor

Allison Rimland, LPC

Emotionally Focused Couple Therapists

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

We specialize in helping couples just like you who are struggling, on the brink of divorce or break-up, repairing from affairs or addiction, or just missing the love they used to have. We use proven methods of rebuilding relationships so you never have to be here again.

Marriage Counselor

Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Though we are not licensed marriage counselors, Grey Matters International, Inc. provides cutting edge brain optimization and rebalancing technology to better align the minds of partners to reduce conflict, increase hope---for the brain has the final word on change.

Marriage Counselor

Mark Palmer, Ph.D

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

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

I work with couples who are willing to honestly and safely express their feelings, examine their own and their partner's needs, and work on realistic solutions. I also have a PhD in Communication and we work on how to constructively express needs and emotions.

Marriage Counselor

Nancy Harris, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

5802 E 10th Ave, Denver, Colorado

As a seasoned couples and marriage therapist, I bring skill and sensitivity to the complexities of modern relationships. I can help you achieve enhanced love, intimacy and connection, while also maintaining your most precious relationship to your essential self.

Marriage Counselor

Mikey Brackett, MA, NCC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

789 Sherman st suite 440, Denver, Colorado

Marriages and families are beautiful gifts and at many times they can become burdened by the issues and struggles of life. In marriage and family counseling we all work together towards strength, hope, restoration, reconciliation, and healing.

Marriage Counselor

Grace Edstrom, LCSW

Couples and Family Therapist

3600 S. Yosemite St. Suite 1050 , Denver, Colorado

Newly engaged? Feeling scared or anxious? I help brides and grooms navigate the unexpected feeling of fear, sadness and panic that arise during an engagement. You just made one of the biggest decisions of your life! Engagement Anxiety is a NORMAL part of the journey!

Marriage Counselor

A healthy marriage takes work. Therapy will reach the heart of the issues and begin the process of restoration. Let's get started.

Marriage Counselor

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

Licensed Social Worker

950 Wadsworth Blvd. Suite 120, Lakewood, Colorado

We are a group of Couples Therapy and Marriage Counseling clinicians practicing Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. Book a Free Consultation Online Now. Evenings and Weekends available.

Marriage Counselor

Jennifer Maddox, LCSW, MASM

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

4495 Hale Parkway, Suite 204, Denver, Colorado

Couples who show up in my office have been suffering, often for many years. A client described it as a "yucky fog" that filled her house. The "fog" in her home made it difficult to function in her life. I am here to lift that fog & help you breathe again.

Marriage Counselor

Pamela Silsby, MA, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

90 Madison Street Suite 504, Denver, Colorado

Relationships need nurturing and reassurance just as much as we do as individuals. It is important to continually work on our communication skills and to strengthen our connection to one another. Often we forget to really listen to one another.



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

Therapy Denver Colorado

Counseling Golden, Arvada, Englewood, Aurora, Littleton, Lafayette, Parker, Westminster, Broomfield

The naming of Denver was in an attempt for General William Larimer to gain favor with the Kansas Territorial Governor James W. Denver.1 However, what the general didn't know is that the Governor had already resigned from office; thus the General's hope of attaining a county seat was lost. While Larimer and some associates sold off land parcels in an attempt to create Denver City as a major city bringing in new emigrants, it actually catered to miners with saloons, gambling, and livestock/goods trading. The parcels of land that changed hands were usually lost as gambling stakes. In 1861, the Colorado Territory was established with Denver City incorporating just a week later. In 1865, Denver City became the territory's capital and Colorado eventually was admitted into the Union. The city began to grow, becoming the city that it is today. Denver was the site for the 1908 and 2008 Democratic National Conventions.

Marriage and Couples Mental Health in Denver

Denver's couples and families represent several diverse populations of people, including many Hispanic and African-American residents.2 Regardless of race or ethnicity, a large number of Denver's citizens struggle with mental health issues due to family troubles, stress, physical and emotional abuse, and drug and alcohol use. According to Denver Health, 37 percent of Caucasian residents, 26 percent of African-American residents, and 38 percent of Hispanic residents report having at least one poor mental health day each month. Over 30 percent of middle school-aged children report being depressed most of the time in the past year. As a result, Denver has a high incidence of suicide, with 17.4 completed suicides per 100,000 people.3

To meet the demand for marriage and family counseling in Denver, counselors, therapists, and other behavioral health services providers can get additional training to work with couples and families at the Colorado School of Family Therapy. The school is a non-profit organization that provides specialized training in a number of areas, including play therapy, sex therapy, and marriage and family therapy. Clinicians interested in obtaining more information about the school can call 720-859-0464.4

Family Services and Assistance Programs

The Denver Human Services Family Crisis Center (FCC) provides treatment for individuals and families who are experiencing difficulties as a result of behavioral or mental health issues. The FCC has residential care facilities for children between the ages of 10-18 who have experienced abuse. On-call doctors and nurses provide residents with quality health care. Family counseling services include outcome-oriented treatments that promote positive family interactions, good communication, and respect for one's self and others. A central component of treatment at the FCC is to offer families hope that their situation can improve. For general information about the FCC and other Denver City and County programs, please call 311.5


References

1. Wikipedia. (2017). History of Denver. Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Denver
2. US Census Bureau. (2017). State and County Quickfacts - Denver County, Colorado. Retrieved from http://quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states/08/08031.html
3. Denver Health. (2016). Mental Health Overview. Retrieved from http://www.denverhealth.org/Portals/0/Public-Health-and-Wellness/Public-Health/Health-Information/Docs/DPH-CH-MentalHealth_4-12.pdf
4. The Colorado School of Family Therapy. (2017). Home - The Colorado School of Family Therapy. Retrieved from http://www.familyplaytherapy.net/The_Colorado_School_of_Family_Therapy_-_Dr._Reo_Leslie_Jr.html
5. The City and County of Denver. (2017). Denver Human Services - Family Crisis Center. Retrieved from http://www.denvergov.org/humanservices/DenverHumanServices/ProtectionPrevention/FamilyCrisisCenter/tabid/441484/Default.aspx

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