Find quality vetted therapists near you in Denver. Browse provider profiles, watch introductory videos, and book free initial calls to find the right fit for you!
Cynthia St. Clair, LPC
Cynthia St. Clair, Licensed Professional Counselor, Integrative Psychotherapist, and Creator of Wild Moon Integrative Therapies, strives to support women in achieving optimal health now, so that they can fulfill their full potential in life! Cynthia's approach to therapy is embodied, mindful, and trauma-informed. She utilizes the most evidence-based and cutting-edge therapeutic approaches to balance lifestyle, lower distress, take control over mood, improve relationships, and resolve chronic trauma symptoms once and for all.
Thiago Leão, LPC
Thiago's therapy approach is psychodynamic in nature, which departs from the presupposition that psychic phenomenon is multi varied and resides in the whole bodymindspirit. Thiago combines his training in Buddhist Psychology, Existential philosophy, and psychoanalytic theory uniquely into the way he practices. Currently, Thiago is also offering remote therapy sessions.
Kelly Klene, LCSW
Kelly Klene is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Denver, CO who specializes in helping those who have experienced trauma. She supports children and individuals post-trauma with her unconditional acceptance that brings warmth and compassion into the therapeutic relationship. Kelly’s strengths lie in her clinical trainings as well as her openness and understanding nature. Her work usually includes elements of Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), as well as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy. Kelly received her Masters in Social Work from University of Denver and has certificates in TF-CBT and EMDR. She enjoys working with people of all identities and brings her advanced knowledge of trauma to all interactions.
Joel Smith, LPC
Joel specializes in working with people struggling with trauma, addictions, and anxiety/depression. He is a certified EMDR counselor, and sees both adults and children in his practice. Joel's office is located Denver's Capitol Hill neighborhood, and has free parking for clients. Remote/telehealth sessions are offered.
Alison McGinty, LPC
Alison has over 8 years of experience working with people experiencing a variety of challenges, such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, grief and loss, and struggles with past trauma. She believes that human beings have a natural tendency toward health and healing, and offers her clients support and guidance in that process. Alison works primarily with adults, helping them access their own inner wisdom to heal and move through difficult life experiences through an eclectic approach that emphasizes the therapeutic relationship. Currently, Alison is offering sessions via video conference Mondays through Fridays. Alison is based in Trinidad, Colorado, but works with clients from across the state of Colorado.
Whitley Lassen, PsyD
Dr. Whitley Lassen is a clinical psychologist located in Denver, CO. Dr. Lassen has a passion for helping clients conquer their phobias, social anxiety, overwhelming stress, or excessive worrying. By building coping skills and learning about the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, her goal is to empower her clients to become their own therapists one day and live meaningful, comfortable lives. To support the client in moving past their fear or anxiety, Dr. Lassen uses exposure therapy to slowly build up a client’s tolerance to the object of fear. She also is certified in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Dr. Lassen earned her PsyD from California Institute for Integral Studies and welcomes all clients into her sessions to cultivate a better understanding of the self and promoting a greater overall well-being.
Whitney Sweet, LCSW
Whitney works with clients aged 18 and older. She sees women, men, members of the LGBTQ community, and people from multiple cultural backgrounds. Whitney uses a variety of therapeutic approaches, based upon what seems to be most comfortable and effective for each individual client. Whitney strives to make therapy a stress-free and calming experience, with a combination of client-directed focus and her observations and suggestions for forward progress. Whitney is only offering tele-health sessions (until the situation with COVID changes). Her office is located in the Highlands neighborhood of Denver, and she also works a few hours a week at an office in Lakewood.
Lauren Hall, LPC
Lauren provides primarily once-weekly or bi-weekly individual therapy sessions to young adult and adult populations. Lauren utilizes a blend of approaches including: Psychotherapy, Relational Therapy, CBT or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, and ACT or Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and more. She views the therapeutic relationship as a rich and interactive experience that fosters understanding, broadens perspective and promotes internal healing. At this time, Lauren is seeing all clients via a secure tele-therapy platform.
Alexandra Rothschild, LPC
Alexandra Rothschild is a therapist in Denver, CO that works with both individuals and couples. Many of Alexandra’s clients suffer from the long-lasting impact and symptoms from difficult life experiences, transitions, relationships issues and trauma including those who have flashbacks, insomnia, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, as well as many other symptoms that cause problems for people. Alexandra practices Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and has both personal and professional experience with mindfulness practices. She believes that by making the connection between the body’s physical experiences of emotions to psychological symptoms and reactions and releasing what is held or stuck inside, all clients will find higher comfort in their everyday lives.
Collective Counseling Solutions
Collective Counseling Solutions is a group of dedicated therapists who provide remote therapy sessions to clients throughout the United States. Working with clients of all ages, from children to adults, the therapists at Collective Counseling Solutions support those facing a wide range of challenges and concerns, including anxiety, depression, trauma, and addiction. The therapists at Collective Counseling Solutions are in-network with many insurances and offer a range of fees in order to be an affordable and accessible resource for individuals seeking passionate and professional mental health care.
Anthony Cataldi, LPC
Anthony welcomes clients of all ages and with a wide range of presenting concerns. Anthony has specialized in trauma care, anxiety, depression, and family therapy. After nearly a decade of working in community mental health centers, Anthony developed a keen sense of social justice, awareness of broader community needs, and how the individual's identity is crucial to wellness. Anthony is currently offering individual and group sessions online-only via a secured video chat platform. Therapy groups are also conducted online via a virtual tabletop and video conferencing platforms.
Bess Moro, LPC
Bess is a Licensed Professional Counselor both in Arizona and Colorado. She uses the following therapeutic modalities: existential therapy, psychodynamic theory, mindfulness practices, gestalt therapy, holistic therapy, multicultural therapy, and narrative therapy. Bess works closely with clients to help them manage their grief, depression, and eating disorders in a meaningful way, tailoring the course of treatment to help each client discover their true selves, grow their self-esteem, and fight their inner critic. She has a practice located in Denver, Colorado in the Washington Park neighborhood and sees clients virtually statewide in Arizona and Colorado.
TJ Price, PsyD
Dr. Price is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in Lakewood, Colorado, who specializes in working with individuals and couples, struggling with adjustment (to both life circumstances and/or human development), anxiety, panic, ADHD, and/or trauma related consequences. He also has extensive expertise in providing family therapy as well as parent training. The work is guided by what the person or couple wants to achieve. Dr. Price works to help people understand their “stuckness” and find ways to create or co-create improved lives.
Natalie Van Note, LPC
Ms. Van Note has been a practicing Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Child and Family Investigator, Mediator, Parental Supervisor, and Co-Parenting Teacher in the Family Law system in Colorado for the past 20 years. She treats a varied population of clients using evidence-based therapies, with a focus on behavioral work with her clients as she believes that if clients can DO something different to respond skillfully to a problem, then it is easier for them to think about the problem differently. Ms. Van Note's office is located in beautiful Lakewood, Colorado. She also offers remote sessions (virtual sessions) so that clients may also elect to attend sessions from the comfort of their homes. This also allows her to offer sessions later in the evening as needed (by appointment only.)
Alison Ferriera, LMFT, LAC
Alison is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), and Licensed Addictions Counselor (LAC). Her training includes a strong emphasis on family systems, and Art Therapy. She holds a strong belief that keys to unlocking important parts of therapy are truly individual to the person, since everyone’s experiences are unique to themselves. Alison specializes in adults working through life transitions, women’s issues, adults who were adopted as children, relationship/family issues, grief/loss, anxiety, trauma and depression. Alison has over 9 years of experience in the field.
Stephanie Wang, LPC
Stephanie is a Licensed Professional Counselor serving Texas and Colorado. Stephanie's focus is in treating general anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, social anxiety, perfectionism, depression, low self-esteem, and work/school-related stress. As a Taiwanese American, she also has a special focus in treating Asian American identity issues. Stephanie believes that a genuine human connection is essential to therapy. Three main themes that guide each session are processing difficulties or situations from clients, teaching skills and therapy concepts to clients, and planning effective behavioral changes by using skills. All sessions are done via telehealth in a secure video chat platform so that they are easy and convenient to schedule and access.
Leila Boytler, LMHCA
Leila's approach to counseling is collaborative, strengths-based and non-judgmental. She will work with individuals and families to create a safe and trusting environment in order to help you understand your story in the context of your familial, cultural, societal, and spiritual communities. Leila draws from a variety of therapeutic approaches, based on individual needs and goals. With a specialty in the spectrum of self esteem and body image issues, Leila can also support you through the process of ongoing recovery. Leila aims to provide a safe place to explore letting go of self-critical narratives and practice new narratives of self care and self compassion.