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  • Janelle Johnson, MA, LPC, NCC

    Janelle Johnson, MA, LPC, NCC

    License Type:
    Licensed Professional Counselor

    Office Address:
    2323 S. Troy Street Building 5, Suite 256 Aurora, CO 80014

    Telephone Number:
    (720)940-9299, Email: lifebalancecounseling@hotmail.com

    Website:
    www.janellejohnson.org

    Specialties:
    Primary Specialties: Anxiety, Grief and Loss, Relationship Issues, and ADHD. Additional Works in: Anger Management, Behavioral Issues, Bipolar Disorder, Coping Skills, Depression, Divorce, Family Conflict, Parenting, Peer Relationships, Racial Identity, Self Esteem, Spirituality, Stress, Trauma and PTSD, Women's Issues, Impulse Control Disorders, and Thinking Disorders

  • Yakitta Renfroe

    Yakitta Renfroe

    License Type:
    License Professional Counselor

    Telephone Number:
    719-428-6024

    Website:
    www.newbeginningsth.com

    Specialties:
    The approach that I found instrumental in the process of change is Cognitive Behavior Therapy; an evidenced based style suitable to help my clients struggling with depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, suicide, trauma, anxiety, mental health or spiritual concerns. By being empathic, compassionate, understanding, and having the ability to hold you, the client and expert of your life accountable, we can collaborate in this journey. It may not be easy; however, I can say, due to my eclectic style, we can laugh, cry, and learn together safely and securely.

  • Karmen Thulin, PsyD

    Karmen Thulin, PsyD

    License Type:
    Psychologist Candidate

    Telephone Number:
    720-675-7123

    Website:
    https://www.catalystcenterllc.com/our-team/karmen-thulin/

    Specialties:
    I have a genuine interest in getting to know you, and I’m not here to pin a label on you. I am really good at connecting and forming a relationship with my clients and am deeply collaborative and non-shaming. By treating you as an individual I can understand the changes you are seeking – I see understanding as a step beyond simply knowing, so that I can truly join you in your goals. Whenever I work with a client we get in touch with what needs to happen so that you can get to what you really want in life. I respect your investment in therapy and take it very seriously – I am not afraid to push you to change. As we work together on making these changes we will notice you doing things differently in your everyday life in observable ways. Trauma is one of my favorite issues to work with because there is so much potential for healing and change. Trauma therapy is incredibly rewarding because I get to help uncover the person who has been shrouded by traumatic experiences. Working with trauma helps me to see what humans are truly capable of. My faith in people’s ability to heal is reaffirmed every time I work with trauma. I love working with couples because it is so action-oriented, we are constantly working on shifts in the relationship. When I work with a couple, the three of us are a team working towards the same goals. When we accomplish your couple’s goals it has huge ripple effects in each of your lives and the lives of those close to you. I believe honesty is at the core of what makes therapy work. I am committed to being completely authentic with you in our work together. I am confident we will work through any challenges that come up in our work together honestly, and can leverage those challenges for your benefit. I collaborate closely with each of my clients and ensure we agree on the goals for treatment so that the changes we make in your life are guided by your desires. We will work together to make things different in a way that matters to you.

  • Marsha Evans, MA, LPC

    Marsha Evans, MA, LPC

    License Type:
    LPC

    Office Address:
    cherry creek and lower highlands (downtown Denver)

    Telephone Number:
    7203061383

    Website:
    http://www.evanscounselingdenver.com

    Specialties:
    LGBT, trauma/PTSD, anxiety, transitions

  • Nicole Ware Spencer

    Nicole Ware Spencer

    License Type:
    Clinical Psychologist

    Telephone Number:
    (616) 528-0338

    Website:
    www.icpshealth.com

    Specialties:
    Are you a physician having difficulties with managing the demands of your job, love life, and self care? Have you been working as a therapist and find yourself constantly overwhelmed with the injustices that both you and your clients routinely face? Did you sign up for a longterm career in health care only to find yourself thinking/feeling disenchanted and unsatisfied? If so, then Integrative Counseling and Psychological Services (ICPS) is the perfect solution for you! ICPS is aimed at reducing compassion fatigue, preventing burnout, and addressing moral injury among health care professionals. I founded ICPS as a black girl who understands the struggle, is still in the struggle, yet has learned some strategies to better manage my own struggle. I would love to work with you in tapping into your super power, so that you can think/feel/be the super woman you really are!

  • Rossina Schroeer-Santiago

    Rossina Schroeer-Santiago

    License Type:
    Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate

    Office Address:
    2101 S. Blackhawk St., Suite 240, Aurora, CO 80014

    Telephone Number:
    720-507-6706

    Website:
    www.elementofdiscovery.com

    Specialties:
    Human capacity is an unstoppable force once it has harnessed the power of self-efficacy! provide individuals with all phases of career facilitation from development to career reintegration. I utilize a blend of Person-Centered, Solutions Focused Brief, and Cognitive Behavioral therapies while employing empathy and encouragement. To be truly whole, we need balance between our professional and personal lives within a place we can thrive. Without this, we find ourselves helpless and overwhelmed making it difficult to navigate the world as we know it when we are emotionally depleted. Let me join you in creating an empowered and sustainable future as you learn to live more authentically. Areas of focus are Veteran/Military Issues, Career Counseling, Depression, Anxiety, Grief & Loss, Adverse Experiences, and Substance Abuse all from a trauma and multiculturally informed perspective.

  • Yolanda Esatai

    Yolanda Esatai

    License Type:
    Licensed Professional Counselor

    Telephone Number:
    303-350-0054

    Website:
    www.soaringspiritscounseling.com

    Specialties:
    Women's Issues: Identity, self-determination and empowerment, societal and family constrictions, and support systems (includes the following issues as well). Adult/adolescent and child Issues: Self-esteem/self-worth, self-confidence and assertiveness. Relationship difficulties: Couple conflicts, Domestic violence/coercive relationships; Abuse: sexual, physical, psychological and emotional abuse-past and present. Abuse and trauma issues within and outside of familial relationships. Mood issues-anxiety and depression. Establishing healthy coping skills/practices. Career/work/education issues/problems. Parenting issues-single parenting or co-parenting, including blended families; parent-child conflicts. Other family issues-family of origin: parent-adult child, sibling, mental health and substance abuse, previous abuse/neglect, adoption, blended family/remarriage, and other traumatic experiences, (unresolved issues and feelings, establishing healthy boundaries, intergenerational issues). Life Skills-establishing and practicing effective communication, problem solving, decision making, conflict management/resolution, stress management and self-care skills. Adolescent issues/challenges- identity, peers/individual values, education, oppositional and defiant behavior and thinking, effective communication, (informed) judgment, decision making and problem solving and, conflict resolution skills. Social issues-developing a healthy support network with positive relationships, finding your "group/people/family". Adjustment issues-leaving parent's home, entering College, divorce/moving on, empty nest, moving/changing jobs/careers, dating again. Grief/loss/death. Relationship Identity/sexuality issues-LBGTQ and/or defining/exploring which ethnicity/ethnicities/culture(s)/group(s) one identifies with. *Mediation: Family conflicts and non-familial conflicts.

  • Katesha Broadus, LCSW, BC-TMH

    Katesha Broadus, LCSW, BC-TMH

    License Type:
    Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

    Office Address:
    Online Only

    Telephone Number:
    757-785-4424

    Specialties:
    Hi There! My name is Katesha, and I am The Virtual Social Worker. I strive to be the Community Plug that connects individuals to the community resources that they desire to improve their overall quality of life. I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the states of Colorado and Virginia. I offer my clinical services to those residents via my companies Village Mindset, LLC and The Center for Men, LLC. Village Mindset, offers clinical and coaching services to Couples, Stepfamilies, & Blended families. The Center for Men, offers clinical and coaching services to young adult males only. All of my services are virtual, which means we conduct our sessions via telephone or my preferred method a video session. For those who are social butterflies, I do offer chat sessions as well after an initial face to face consultation. If you are a stepmom, or living in a blended family unit whether you are unmarried, providing foster care, kinship care, or have adopted a child, I want to talk to you! If you have found that your family unit is not blending, and your home is just not as peaceful as you desire it to be, contact me! Perhaps you or your significant other are struggling to manage things such as: new parental roles, household chores, conflict with co-parents (custody/visitation, etc), financial distress, parenting styles are conflicting, bonding with the children seems impossible, the in-laws are giving you are a run for your money, or perhaps the children are just being flat out disrespectful...no worries! We are here to help! Is your relationship with your significant other not what you expected? Has managing your family negatively impacted your ability to communicate, problem solve, and be intimate? Are you worried about another failed marriage and/or family unit, and desire to make your family bonds stronger? Do you know of a stepfamily or blended family that you feel would benefit from family counseling tailored to meet their unique needs? If so, tell those in your village that we are here to help! If you have a man in your life, who you feel would benefit from mental health counseling or life coaching, then send them over to The Center for Men, LLC! We have a special place just for men...no women allowed. A place that addresses issues such as: fatherhood, anxiety, depression, career challenges, dating concerns, social anxiety, relationship conflict, history of sexual assault/abuse, domestic violence, exposure to family violence, as well as re-entry after incarceration. Do you know a guy who walks around like he has it altogether, but you know, and he knows that he is battling a lot, and could use someone to talk to? Perhaps he is one who doesn't believe in therapy? Thinks it is for people who are "crazy" or thinks that couples’ therapy is the "last resort", or that he is "good, I don't need that stuff." If so, tell him we have a place for men, that is chill where we normalize mental health treatment, and create a welcoming environment. A place where Kings can come and adjust their crowns. A judgement free zone. Don't hesitate to contact me, Katesha, The Virtual Social Worker Today. Let's get started on seeing how we can connect you to the best resources within your community so that you can truly Adjust your Crown, Walk in Your Truth, and be Authentically You. The first step in the healing process is making the call or better yet, shoot me an email to setup a 30 Min-Consultation. Hope to see you online in my virtual office!

  • Chavone Crespo

    Chavone Crespo

    License Type:
    LPC

    Telephone Number:
    (347) 819-2162

    Specialties:
    Anxiety, Career Counseling, Coping Skills, Depression, Life Coaching, Life Transitions, Race/Culture Identity and Conflict, Relationship Issues, Sexual Abuse, Trauma There are times when we feel afraid, confused, sad, and overwhelmed. Sometimes we just feel stuck in our current patterns. When these feelings start to occur more often, it can lead to stress and anxiety that directly affect our daily functioning in work and relationships. I support individuals in gaining an understanding of themselves so they are better able to build confidence and obtain a new approach to life. We will work together in a therapeutic setting to target your specific goals. As your counselor I will focus on cultivating a collaborative, respectful partnership so you will be able to achieve your goals.

  • Anastacia Sams

    Anastacia Sams

    License Type:
    LPCC, LMFTC

    Office Address:
    Office on Colorado Blvd and in DTC

    Telephone Number:
    7202956429

    Website:
    www.growingself.com

    Specialties:
    Couples and Family Therapy, Grief and Loss, Break-Up Recovery, Relationship Coaching, Dating Coaching, Depression, Anxiety

  • Jasmine Crane

    Jasmine Crane

    License Type:
    LPC

    Office Address:
    6746 S Revere Parkway, Suite 135, Centennial CO 80112

    Telephone Number:
    720-580-1729

    Website:
    www.transcendentcounseling.com

    Specialties:
    Life-Cycle Transition (I.e. graduation, retirement, moving, divorce, remarriage, job change, loss), mood disorders (I.e. depression/anxiety), eating disorders, personality disorders and non-traditional family therapy (including home visits), adolescents

  • April Harter

    April Harter

    License Type:
    LCSW

    Office Address:
    Online Therapy & Coaching

    Telephone Number:
    719-623-9192

    Website:
    www.aprilharter.com

    Specialties:
    Racial Trauma

  • Nicole Ware Spencer

    Nicole Ware Spencer

    License Type:
    Clinical Psychologist

    Telephone Number:
    (616) 528-0338

    Website:
    www.icpshealth.com

    Specialties:
    As health care professionals we face unique challenges that can lead to anxiety, chronic stress, hopelessness, and overwhelm. I specialize in working with health care professionals experiencing the following: Anxiety, Burnout, Compassion fatigue, Difficulty concentrating, Depression, Feelings of hopelessness, Feelings of powerlessness, Insomnia, Loss of pleasure, Physical and mental fatigue, Poor self-care, Overeating, Occupational problems, Secondary trauma, Stress, and/or Wellness.

  • Tiffany Lloyd, MA, LPC

    Tiffany Lloyd, MA, LPC

    License Type:
    Licensed Professional Counselor

    Telephone Number:
    720-909-8368

    Website:
    www.hercounselingandcoaching.com

    Specialties:
    I work with client's that want a more authentic fulfilling life and are looking to take the next step towards investing in themselves and their own personal growth. This may be through learning coping skills to deal with difficult emotions and stressful experiences, identifying patterns of thoughts and behaviors, developing a stronger identity, increasing self confidence, and learning to live a life centered on the present moment rather than focusing energies on reliving the past or anxiety about the future. I also work with couples to strengthen communication, connection, and help to develop skills to work through conflict. I specialize in working with women, adolescent girls, and couples. I believe that my clients have the solution to their problems but often life stressors, intense feelings, and unhelpful thought patterns cloud their ability to acess these answers. I work collaboratively with clients to remove barriers that allows them to heal from the past and move forward.

  • DeAnna Welch, LPCC

    DeAnna Welch, LPCC

    License Type:
    LPCC

    Office Address:
    Northwest Denver

    Telephone Number:
    720.401.5554

    Website:
    www.rediscoveringreal.com

    Specialties:
    I specialize in working with women who at times feel confused and sad, and would like to have more authentic relationships with the important people in their lives.