Are you looking for a therapist in Denver, Colorado?
Finding the right therapist is all about finding the right fit. Every therapist is unique and it’s important that you find someone with the right personality and approach to therapy that will best help you.
At Ipseity Counseling Clinic our goal is to help you easily get connected with a great therapist in Denver, Colorado.
We make it simple by getting to know what type of support you need and having one of our licensed therapists reach out to you.
We would love to help you find the right person!
Therapists In Denver, Colorado
You’re unique and your therapy should be too. We believe that you get the most out of therapy when both and your therapist can show up and be yourself. We’re continually working to create a diverse community of therapists in Denver who work under the same roof.
Our goal is to help you find a therapist that you feel like gets you. Every therapist at our counseling center brings their unique personality, training, experience and specializations so you can find the person that best fits your needs.
We provide support for individuals, couples, teens, and kids for issues including depression, anxiety, grief, anger management, divorce support, trauma, self esteem and more.
Meet Our Denver Therapists
Take a look at the Denver therapists that work in our office to see which person feels like a good fit for you. You can call us or fill out our contact form to get in touch with one of our therapists. Getting the support you need doesnt’ have to be complicated and we look forward to connecting with you.
Shelby Jacobs, MA, LPC
Couples and Individual Therapist
Shelby is passionate about helping you explore your relationships and connections with other people and yourself. She works with couples and individuals and often helps people better understand how their attachment style is an important part of more fulfilling relationships. She is certified in Emotionally Focused Therapy which is one of the leading forms of couples counseling in the world.
She also loves working with individuals and would love to help you work on things like self esteem, identity issues, life changes, or deconstructing your faith. Check out Shelby’s profile page to learn more about her!
Lindsey Parks, LCSW
Couples and Individual Therapist
Lindsey loves helping couples that are struggling with conflict and want to rekindle joy in their relationship. She has over 10 years of experience working with many different couples and relationship dynamics including older couples and polyamorous relationships, and she’s trained in couples counseling using the Gottman method.
She also has a passion for supporting people in the LGBTQ+ community including LGBTQ+ youth and would enjoy helping you with struggles related to anxiety and depression. Check out Lindsey’s profile page to learn more about her!
Lauren Brown, MA, LPC
Individual Therapy, Child and Adolescents
Lauren loves to work with young adults and teenagers and specializes in issues with depression, anxiety, anger, trauma, and ADHD..She has years of experience working with teens as a school counselor and her warm and welcoming personality makes it easy to feel comfortable talking with her.
Check out Lauren’s profile page to learn more about her!
Cody Mitts, MA, LPC
Cody enjoys helping people explore how to find more self esteem and self confidence in their lives. He also specializes in anger management counseling and loves to help people learn how to better understand and regulate their emotional lives.
He provides individual counseling and enjoys working with young adults and adults. He also loves supporting fellow LGBTQ people. Check out Cody’s profile to learn more about him.
Kate Robbins, MA, LPCC, NCC
Kate believes that you are wired for connection, and when you feel disconnected it can lead to feelings of anxiety and depression. She would love to help you explore how relationships are a central part of your mental wellness.
She integrates a varitey of approaches to help you explore what’s working and what’s not working in your life. She focuses on issues related to anxiety and depression as well as navigating relationship difficultes and anger. Check out Kate’s profile page to learn more about her.
Kate Alexander, MA, LCSW
Child & Adolescent Therapist
Kate is passionate about advocating for kids and adolescent’s through her work as a therapist in Denver. She has over 10 years of experience helping kids learn how to develop healthy boundaries, navigate divorce, or work through trauma. She also has a unique specialty working with kids who need help developing healthy sexual boundaries.
She can be direct when needed and will be a great advocate for you and your child’s voice to be heard through therapy. Check out Kate’s profile page to learn more about her.
Grant Kobayashi-Hinds, MA, LPCC
Grant believes everyone is capable of change and he would love to help you discover that for yourself. He enjoys helping people work through challenges related to depression, anxiety, trauma, and PTSD.
He also works with couples or anyone wanting to improve their relationships. Grant likes to bring humor into his work as a therapist and brings lots of laughter into the office. Check out Grant’s profile page to learn more about him.
How To Find The Best Therapist in Denver To Help You
Finding the right therapist that fits your unique needs is important! If you’re feeling a little overwhelmed trying to find the right therapist in Denver, here are some tips to help you find the right person.
Find A Therapist That Offers The Support You Need
Start by thinking about what type of support you need. Are you struggling with anxiety and depression, are you having difficulty in a relationship, or do you need help working through some trauma? Many therapists specialize in helping you with certain problems and can offer you their unique experience.
Take A Look At Their Biography To Learn More About Them
You can check out each of the therapists below to get an idea of what type of support they can offer you. Then check out their biography page where you can learn more about their specific expertise and experience. If you find a therapist that sounds like a good fit you can send them a message to connect.
Ask A Potential Therapist Any Questions You Might Have
Your potential therapist will want to chat with you for a short phone call to learn more about you and answer any questions. If it seems like they might be a good fit for you, you can begin by scheduling an initial appointment to meet them.
Do You Want Help Finding The Right Denver Therapist?
We are here to help if you’re not sure where to begin. You can simply give us a call or complete our confidential contact form and we will have one of our therapists contact you based on the information you provide.
Contact One Of Our Therapists
We want to help you find the right person. Let us know what type of support you need and we will connect you with the therapist that best meets your needs.