Arvada, Colorado Therapists

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Brighton, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Hello, My name is Angela Clemons. I have been a counselor since 2008, in Arkansas and in Colorado. I have experience working with a variety of families and areas of focus. Some of these include relationships, grief, trauma recovery, families,...
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Colorado, California

Leandra provides psychotherapy to individuals, children, couples, and families in a private practice setting. She received her Masters degree in Marital and Family Therapy from the University of San Diego, California. She received her BA from Point...
Nina Hausfeld
LPC, MA, Sex Therapy Associate
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Boulder, Colorado

The Intimacy Institute for sex and relationship therapy helps couples and individuals better their lives sexually and emotionally. We offer Clinical Sex therapy - a specialized area of professional psychotherapy, with a team of therapists that all...
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Lakewood, Colorado

Have you found yourself in the grips of addiction? Are you unsure if you can ever find freedom? Having a substance control your life can feel isolating and debilitating, but you have found the courage to take the first step towards relief. I have...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Parenting issues, mood, life adjustment, coaching, trauma. I work from a strength- based, Cognitive Behavioral approach, with psychoanalytical and biopsychosocial assessment and support. I use aspects of both EMDR and DBT with folks who have...
Jeff Howard
LPC 172, MA
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Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

The way to ourselves is not, in my experience, a straight line. What I've seen--more than anything--is that the way to ourselves is as wild & unpredictable as a sudden Colorado thunderstorm; as deep & strong as the currents in the ocean 80...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Christine has worked in the fields of crisis counseling, trauma, grief and loss for the past 19 years. She earned a Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and Art Therapy from Notre Dame de Namur University in 2000 and has since worked for...
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Longmont , Colorado

Therapy provides the ability to talk with someone who is nonjudgemental and who will offer options and alternative perspectives rather than advice. I take the time to listen to my clients and to provide them the support, encouragement and insights...
Maren McDonnell
LMFTC, MS
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Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Maren absolutely loves that moment when a couple or family looks at each other like they are actually seeing and understanding the other for the first time. The vulnerability and love that can be expressed towards a partner, family member, or...
Tommy Adanalian
LCSW, LAC
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Westminster, Colorado

Stepping out of your comfort zone can be a difficult experience. In order to grow we must take that leap. My role is to join individuals taking those risks and create a safe place to explore the possibilities. My approach can help people develop new...
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Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

We are living in an unprecedented time, one of uncertainty. My clients find themselves feeling anxious, fearful of sharing their feelings with trusted people in their life. They have a lot of feelings about the losses they have experienced and are...
Anjela Sargent
MA, LPC, LAC
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Anjela works with others to reignite their lost sense of connection, joy, and passion for life. She is committed to helping them make sense of their past, notice how this past is impacting them in the present, and use their strengths to make...
Marian Salley
LCSW, MSW, LAC
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Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Many of us feel caged and confused in this world. We don't know who we are or how we want to be. We feel insecure and lost. We feel alone and scared in rooms full of people. Disliking our bodies and minds, we chase after relief that leads to...
Ryan O’Millian
LPCC 15, MA
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Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

I am committed to working with people who want to get at the root of their emotional distress and personal suffering. In-depth psychotherapy will help you grow into your capacity to engage courageously with your life as it is. Exploring distressing...
Katie Yavuz
BA, RScP, NLC, ACA
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Rev. Katie is an Interfaith Minister beginning in 2014; she holds a BA in Religious Studies, has completed ¼ units of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE). She's ministered large and small events from wedding to memorials of 300+ down to two (just a...
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Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

As a therapist, I specialize in using mindfulness-based approaches to treat clients who struggle to cope with issues such as anxiety; depression; one’s career or “life’s calling”; making sense of spiritual experiences; questions that arise...
Adriana Balentine
LCSW, M.S.W.
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Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Adriana believes that humans are extremely resilient and have an amazing ability to overcome some of life’s most difficult obstacles. She values the ability to connect and support one another when support and guidance is needed. Therapy is a...
Hannah Root
NCC, MA, LPCC
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Hannah has her Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. Hannah is also registered with the state of Colorado as an LPCC (Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate), an NCC (Nationally...
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Arvada, Colorado

Everyone's journey towards healing and wholeness is different. I view the body, emotions and thoughts/beliefs as a whole to address trauma, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and life transitions. I will help you to resolve trauma and free up...
Jillian Blueford
LPCC 15, Ph.D.
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Aurora, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

I view our life journey as a collection of experiences that influence who we are and how we see the world. We often experience (and can expect) to deal with hurdles and roadblocks that can make some days unbearable. This is where counseling comes...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Since becoming a mom of twins (2 years ago now!), I have found new passion for supporting parents of multiples and have gotten training in postpartum mental health issues. Parenting stress can strain relationships, and so I have become passionate...
Carol O’Dowd
Mindfulness Instruction, Japanese Methods of Psychology, Applied Existential Psychotherapy
In-Person Sessions:

Arvada, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Carol O’Dowd, MPA, M.Div., RP, Prajna Healing Arts President, Colorado Association of Psychotherapists Carol uses western and eastern approaches to support adults on their journey through transitions and to ‘restory’ their trauma, anxiety and...
Paul Chubbuck
S.E.P. ; Registered Psychotherapist
In-Person Sessions:

Fort Collins, Colorado

Somatic Experiencing Practitioner Releasing the Past Psychotherapy I have a Masters in Counseling and am a certified Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (S.E.P), with additional certification to teach Somatic Trauma Resolution (STR), both powerfully...
Tasha Seiter
LMFTC, MS
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Disconnection in relationships can keep partners unseen, frustrated, exhausted, and alone. I work with couples to: -Build trust and heal from violations of trust -De-escalate destructive patterns of conflict -Develop greater intimacy and closeness...

Overview of Mental Health Resources in Arvada, Colorado

Arvada is a tiny city in Colorado. It is only 32 square miles and has a population of about 110,000 people. The poverty level is very low and the median income is high. Property values are extremely high in Arvada. It is one of those cities where you can either afford to live there, or you are going to struggle.

The city is not culturally diverse – almost 90% of the people in Arvada are white. This means if you are a minority, things may be difficult for you in this city. Out of the households, over 30% have young children and 55% of the couples are married. Unlike many other cities we look at, the average age is much higher at 40 years old.

The median household income is only $72,000. The average property is worth close to $300,000 and the poverty level is only 7%.

Mental Health Statistics for Arvada

Surprisingly, Arvada is in the midst of a mental health crisis. For a small city without serious financial issues, Arvada has more than its share of mental health issues. There is such a lack of resources, the Arvada Police Department gets over 500 calls a year for mental health issues.

In order to respond to the mental health crisis, the police department has added two mental health professionals to their staff. They said without them, they would be ill equipped to deal with the issues that confront them every day.

Impact of Not Receiving Treatment in Arvada, Colorado

The lack of mental health resources is a serious problem in Arvada. The part that doesn’t make sense is that there are over 250 mental health professionals in the city. The issue is that people don’t know how to access these resources. This is why they rely on services like the police and fire departments to handle mental health emergencies.

One other reason people don’t access mental health assistance is because people aren’t comfortable seeking mental health assistance through their insurance.

A lack of mental health resources can lead to:

  • Suicide
  • Divorce
  • Criminal activity
  • Homelessness
  • Unemployment
  • Worsened mental health issues
  • Substance abuse

If people have better access to mental health information, they may not be so reluctant to seek out help.

What Makes Arvada Unique When It Comes to Mental Health?

Arvada is situated in a beautiful part of the country. They enjoy a seasonal climate and are set upon a picturesque landscape.

  • Climate: Arvada is outside of Denver and is a very seasonal climate. It is known as the humid part of the continent. It is very cold in the winter and very humid in the summer.
  • Economic: The median household income is $72,000. Salaries are high and the poverty level is low at just 7%.
  • Culture: Arvada is an older town. There aren’t any transients or college students. Most people who live in Arvada are married with kids or are part of a household. There are very few minorities with over 90% of the population being white.

Divorce Rate in Arvada, Colorado

Colorado has one of the lowest divorce rates in the country at just 4%. In fact, the divorce rate is on the decline still. Over 50% of the households in Arvada are made up of married couples.

One reason the divorce rate is so low is because people in Arvada tend to have higher education levels. They also get married later in life (the average marriage rate in Colorado is 29.) People who get married later in life tend to stay married longer.

Mental Health Resources in Arvada

There are plenty of mental health professionals in Arvada, Colorado. There are over 250 mental health professionals in the city. However, since there are so many older people in the city, they don’t take advantage of the plethora of mental health resources.

Older people tend to be reluctant to seek out mental health services. They are of a generation that believes there is a stigma attached to mental health issues. If these people had access to information in a secure and private setting, they would be more liable to seek out help.

E-Counseling Solves the Challenge of Finding a Therapist in Arvada

E-Counseling believes that everyone should feel safe when looking for mental health resources. They want to provide a safe and secure place for people to access mental health information. E-Counseling’s directory offers a unique way of having private access to mental health resources.