Couples therapists in Denver, Colorado.


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Couples Counselor

Nancy Harris, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

1633 Fillmore Street, Suite 390, Denver, CO 80206

Many relationships these days are under tremendous strain for a variety of reasons. Couples are often at a loss in how to communicate and share their fears and concerns, while under tremendous stress both at work and at home. I have extensive experience in working with both married and unmarried couples. I will help you sort out the areas in which you feel distance and disconnection in your relationship and teach you skills to more effectively communicate and empathize with each others point of view. Once communication is restored, issues can be more effectively negotiated and long-standing resentments cleared. This can clear the way for more loving, life-enhancing connection and happiness.

Couples Counselor

Jennifer Maddox, LCSW, MASM

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

4495 Hale Parkway, Suite 204, Denver, CO 80220

Couples often come to my office with one person leaning in and wanting to save the relationship and the other leaning out wanting to leave the relationship. I work with these couples first individually and then together to develop a new way of relating to each other that incorporates each person learning how to stand with integrity in their own needs, thoughts and emotions. Often people in relationship lose who they are and start to lose trust or faith in themselves, as well as, the relationship. The couples I work with learn to first trust themselves, and there by, learn to trust each other in new and meaningful ways.

Couples Counselor

Allison Rimland, LPC

Emotionally Focused Couple Therapists

Within Driving Distance of Denver, CO

Is your relationship a mess? Are you trying to solve your issues, but end up arguing all the time instead? We are couples counseling specialists who are passionate about helping you communicate better, reduce conflict, increase emotional and sexual intimacy, heal hurts such as affairs, recover together from an addiction, and reconnect with joy. We use cutting edge tools and couples counseling methods to help you get the love you want!

Couples Counselor

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

Licensed Social Worker

Within Driving Distance of Denver, CO

Is your relationship in trouble? If constant fights, distance, or affairs are threatening to tear you apart, let us help you. We are highly trained and specialize in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy. We offer free consultations, evening hours, and convenient online booking that you can use right now. Our sessions are a full 75-minutes, so we can get to the heart of the matter. We see Lesbian couples and LGBT relationships, premarital couples, and more. Set up a 15-minute introductory phone call to discuss our practice and your options today.

Couples Counselor

Karen Turner, LMFT, DAPA

Licensed Marriage and Family Counselor

Within Driving Distance of Denver, CO

Couples Therapy can involve two people with a variety of issues. I work with people of all walks of life who sincerely want to take deep levels of responsibility for their own issues and want to learn to communicate with another with compassion and kindness -- while still dealing with deep seated concerns and issues. I often help couples integrate their own spiritual practices into their couples' work. If you would like to explore more possibilities for communication and fulfillment together, give me a call.

Couples Counselor

Rebecca Moravec, MA, LPC

Licensed Therapist

2460 W 26th Ave. Ste 165, Denver, CO 80237

Relationships can be hard, but that doesn't mean that they can't thrive. I want you to connect in a safe and secure way with your partner so that you can have a relationship that is full of life and love. I will help you learn how to effectively communicate, connect, and have a deep, intimate, and fulfilling relationship by tailoring interventions specific to your needs as a couple!

Couples Counselor

Grace Edstrom, LCSW

Couples and Family Therapist

3600 S. Yosemite St. Suite 1050, Denver, CO 80237

Human beings are wired for connection. We have a biological, emotional and social need to be in relationship to others. In adulthood, this primary relationship is to our romantic partner, therefore the "health" of your relationship is vital and has a profound ripple affect on the rest of your life. If you are feeling happy, safe and fulfilled in your relationship, chances are you are better able to face the tasks of the rest of your life. Likewise, when things are hard with your partner, the rest of your life will feel more challenging as well. I will help move your relationship (and thus your life) out of the negative patterns and into a place of security, confidence and joy!

Couples Counselor

Scott Church, MA, LPCC

Registered Psychotherapist

1616 17th Street #379, Denver, CO 80202

I welcome diversity in working with all couples and relationships, whether heterosexual, same-sex, monogamous, polyamorous, open, or anything in between. By employing a psychobiological approach to couple/relationship counseling (i.e., PACT), we can explore dynamics in the relationship around communication and attachment, and also include aspects of developmental neuroscience and arousal regulation to better understand how the mind and the body impact relationship.

Couples Counselor

Howard Lambert, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

425 South Cherry Street, Ste 205, Denver, CO 80246

I teach couples "Full Respect Living." This is Terry Real's term for mastering the skills of relational living. Some of the skills I will teach you are: 1) sustaining healthy self-esteem, 2) maintaining healthy boundaries, 3) living in moderation, 4) acting on behalf of the relationship, and 5) negotiating wisely. It is often the case that practicing these skills can help you turn around a deteriorating couple relationship very quickly. However, when repetitive harmful patterns are operating in the relationship, we will need to look more deeply. I will help you to understand and change the self-defeating patterns that you have brought from your childhood into the current situation

Couples Counselor

Valerie Abitbol, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

1777 South Harrison Street, Suite1200, Denver, CO 80210

The path to a healthy connection with your partner is not easy to find, stay with, or find your way back to after losing your way. Healthy relationships require real effort from both partners. I bring a warm, engaged, and directive approach to couples' work. Having been raised in Europe, I am particularly sensitive to cross-cultural issues. While exploring and working on the challenging issues of your relationship, I will also help you remember and highlight what works in the relationship -what you love and appreciate about each other. You’ll learn ways to communicate more constructively, connect on a deeper level and build the intimacy you long for.

Couples Counselor

Brooke McAuley, MSW, CACIII

Registered Psychotherapist, Certified Addictions Counselor

975 Lincoln Street, Suite 202, Denver, CO 80203

Whether you are coming in to therapy in crisis or simply to improve an already healthy relationship, couples counseling can provide a safe container with a neutral third party to discuss your concerns and develop new skills for communication, connection and conscious loving in your partnership. In our work together, we will use a variety of tools and techniques to get to the root of core barriers in your relationship. We will create understanding of common issues, communication traps and barriers to connection. Couples will develop a common vision and philosophy and begin cultivating a high level of interaction designed to strengthen connection, improve communication and deepen intimacy.

Couples Counselor

Mark Palmer, Ph.D

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

1776 South Jackson St., Suite 212, Denver, CO 80210

I do not see relationships as two halves making a whole. I see relationships as two wholes coming together to make a third thing. My approach assumes that both people have their own needs and personality that these do not require another's approval or permission. I believe that when a person feels they are able to pursue their own growth and takes care of his or her needs, there is an open place in their life for a helping, caring, and loving partner. Neither person has to feel emotionally dependent on the other and can therefore give fully, openly, and selflessly to the relationship. Respect, open communication, and love are possible.

Couples Counselor

Trisha Dittrick, M.A., LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

1621 S Jackson Street, Denver, CO 80210

One of the most common negative cycles couples can find themselves in is projecting--resenting--feeling unfulfilled--feeling unconnected. When this happens each person in the relationship narrows themselves and narrows the experience they have of their partner and the relationship suffers. I focus on getting each part of the couple to speak, own and live their truth which enriches and enlivens the connection. This process cleans up conflict, promotes intimacy, love and relational enjoyment.


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