Castle Rock, Colorado Therapists

Find a therapist in Castle Rock, Colorado that meets your needs. Browse our comprehensive list of affordable and licensed therapists in Castle Rock, to find a professional specializing in counseling people with stress, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, grief, and more.

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Denver, Colorado

Hello! My name is Chelsea but I often go by Chase. As you can probably tell, I'm not your traditional therapist. I not only work with the queer and LGBTQ community, I am part of the queer community. Therefore I am able to offer a safe and...
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Boulder, Colorado

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and have been practicing counseling for 9+ years in the field. I practice in Boulder, CO, and my office is approximately a 10 minute drive from the University of Colorado (Boulder location) and 10 minutes...
Becky Howie
L.P.C, MA
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Boulder, Colorado

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Colorado

Becky believes that all humans are works in progress, and as such, we sometimes get lost or detoured along the way. Whether you are trying to numb pain, recover from a sudden unexpected change, or actively pursue personal transformation, seeking...
Ethan Bratt
LMFT, MS, CST
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Greeley, Colorado

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Colorado, Wyoming

If you feel as though your or your partner's sexuality is out of control, overwhelming, missing, or broken, I can help. As an AASECT certified sex therapist, I have the knowledge and experience to help you discover and claim (or rediscover and...
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Boulder, Colorado

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Colorado

*I have immediate openings for telehealth sessions due to provide you with support in navigating the COVID-19 pandemic. Connection, understanding, growth, empowerment and fulfillment are basic human needs. We are naturally hardwired to relate. When...
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Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Colorado

Lexi is a licensed professional counselor with experience in working with trauma and mood disorders.
Sky Snogren
LPC-Supervisor 1
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Ashland, Oregon

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Colorado, Oregon

I studied at Naropa University in Boulder Colorado, a Buddhist university. I integrate mindfulness and body centered work with client centered psychotherapy. I come from the perspective that many of the traumas we experience in life happen in...
Roy Hill
Psy.D.
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Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Colorado

I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Colorado with more than 20 years experience as a department supervisor and a clinician. Adults of all ages and backgrounds come to me for professional counseling. I have experience working with issues of...
Tasha Seiter
LMFTC, MS
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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...
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Colorado Springs, Colorado

Dr. Racho is a clinical psychologist in private practice. Using a dynamically informed, existential framework, her orientation and practice aim to address more than symptoms to create lasting, substantive changes. Her goals are to help patients...
Jessica Waters
MA, PhD, Other
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Colorado

My practice is dedicated to serving those who have no insurance, low income or struggling financially and cannot afford regular priced therapy sessions. I provide strengths based, holistic, individualized treatment (Colorado only), substance abuse...
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Colorado, Texas

Hello, I'm Keli. I've spent the majority of my adult life serving in the health care field. Thirteen years in Emergency Medical Services as an EMT and Paramedic. The past 10 years, I've completed or obtained three degrees: Bachelor of Science in...
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Boulder, Colorado

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Colorado

I believe challenges and crises are opportunities for deep self-expansion. I utilize a fusion of modalities including psycho-spiritual & somatic healing practices, trauma-informed care, psycho-education. I work with clients who want to fully...
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Boulder, Colorado

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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...
Krista Day-Gloe
LCSW, EMDR
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Englewood, Colorado

I want to help you learn how to create new pathways to your more authentic and joyful self, by learning how to carve space in your life to learn and implement more desirable habits. I am dedicated to helping you find more success, passion and health...
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Boulder, Colorado

If you have trouble launching into something, keeping up momentum, or just need some support getting places or being in social situations, I got you covered! As a Certified Life Coach and Recreational Therapist, I strive to meet my clients where...
Heidi Schnakenberg
LPC-Supervisor 1
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Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Colorado

If you are feeling hopeless and overwhelmed, I have over 15 years of experience and want to work with you. My goal is to help you feel better and be able to live your best life. My approach to decreasing your anxiety, relational conflict 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...
Davis Falcon
LPCC 15
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Broomfield, Colorado

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Colorado

Davis received a Bachelor’s degree from University of Maryland – Baltimore County in Psychology and Philosophy. During this coursework, Davis found that psychology and philosophy, particularly metaphysics and philosophy of mind, paired perfectly...
Scott Olds
Registered psychotherapist
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Colorado

Scott provides couples counseling and individual counseling in Arvada (West Denver) and Boulder, Colorado. Specialties include couple's communication skills and work with anxiety, depression, illness, and grief. He also enjoys working with Highly...
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Colorado Springs, Colorado

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Colorado, Hawaii

Jennifer is a marriage and family therapist, licensed in both Hawaii and Colorado and a registered play therapist with over 20 years experience working with children/adolescents, families, couples and individuals. She utilizes Cognitive Behavioral...
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Colorado Springs, Colorado

I am a Sexual Recovery Therapist (SRT) with specialization in sexual addictions and couples/marriages. I also work extensively with teens struggling with sexual compulsivity issues. My clients learn to replace destructive behaviors and avoidance of...
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Colorado

My name is Jenna Rosenfeld and I am a Licensed Psychotherapist in the state of Florida & Colorado. I went to the University of Central Florida for undergraduate and have a double Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice. I have...
Catherine Warnock
LPC, LCPC, MA
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New Mexico, Colorado

I believe that counseling is a very personal and individual process. No two people find self-fulfillment and growth from the same methods or practices. I strive to cater my therapeutic services to meet your specific needs and personality. You are...

Mental Health in Castle Rock, Colorado

Mental health issues can strike anyone, anywhere, despite their social status, age, or financial standing. Depression, addictive behaviors, anxiety, and other disorders are becoming more common in the United States as people try to juggle mounting social pressures with their financial responsibilities and the unstable sociopolitical climate. Even people in the affluent neighborhood of Castle Rock, Colorado, are not immune to such issues; however, before the residents of this area can begin to treat their mental health problems, it is important that they first understand what might be causing them and what steps they can take to find treatment.

The Challenges of Finding a Therapist in Castle Rock

Castle Rock, Colorado is home to 55,747 individuals, with over 4% of the population living in outlying rural areas. This may make it difficult for people in these locales to get into the city to find the mental health treatment they need. Public transportation also may not be available for these residents, despite the city’s rapid growth.

Financial barriers might be an issue for some of the city’s residents as well. The cost of living in Castle Rock is 13% higher than in other parts of Colorado and 22% higher than the national average, which is a considerable gap. Despite a relatively low unemployment rate of 3.4% when compared to the country’s rate of 5.2% and a growing job market, the high cost of living may make mental health treatment a luxury many cannot afford.

Mental Health Challenges in Castle Rock

While Castle Rock’s job market may be booming, it could also be partly to blame for some of the mental health challenges people there are facing. Demands from clients and managers, the pressure to perform and be productive daily, and the headaches that face those who commute to Colorado Springs five days a week may cause or trigger a variety of mental and emotional issues that include:

  • Anxiety disorder
  • Chronic Depression
  • Substance Abuse
  • Eating disorders
  • Mood disorders

Each of these problems could grow worse if left untreated and may lead to self-harm and suicidal thoughts and actions.

Castle Rock’s environment and climate make it a haven for winter tourists who enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and other cold-weather activities. However, some of the city’s residents may be affected by the long winters and heavy snowfall, which averages 71% annually. Being forced to stay indoors for days at a time during bad weather can lead to feelings of anxiety and depression or make the symptoms of these mental health issues worse.

Healthcare costs in Castle Rock may also be a challenge for those seeking treatment for their mental health problems. The healthcare index is 105, 5% greater than the national average, which means costs in the area for this kind of service may be elevated. While some clinics and other health services in the area may offer services on a sliding scale or depending on a patient’s financial status, not all individuals may have access to these discounts.

The Impact of Poverty on Mental Health in Castle Rock

Despite the overall affluence of the Castle Rock community, some live in poverty within the community. Caucasians are most affected, with nearly 70% living under the poverty line, followed by Hispanics and Latinos. The Asian population seems the least affected by poverty and typically holds the highest-paying jobs in the city. However, there is still a small percentage of this demographic that lives in poverty. Individuals who cannot meet their cost of living are typically more likely to develop mental health issues, including depression and severe anxiety.

Poverty may be causing a connection between Castle Rock’s crime problems and a lack of mental health treatment. While the crime index itself is relatively low when compared to the national average, incidents of theft and property crimes are still common. While not all criminals who commit these acts suffer from a lack of mental health treatment, it may be a factor in other, more serious crimes, such as rape, violent crimes, and assault.