Castle Rock, Colorado Therapists

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Jesse Bean
LPCC 15, MA
In-Person Sessions:

Lakewood, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Your life is a unique and beautiful story. Each aspect of your journey, both good and bad, has shaped you into the person you are today. No matter what you are facing, I believe there is a way out. There is hope for your life. I invite you to come...
In-Person Sessions:

Castle Rock, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado, California

I provide a supportive and nonjudgmental environment. I believe in empowering the client and I will assist you in developing your own goals for therapy. We will work together to harness your strengths and create meaningful change. I specialize in...
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...
Mindy Berry
MA, NCC
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Are you feeling alone, stuck, or overwhelmed trying to figure out what to do next? During these difficult times, I provide a safe and comfortable space for you to talk openly. Everyone has the ability to facilitate change from within, and I can help...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

As a therapist in practice for twenty-five years, I have developed specialties that include working with people at risk of suicide, survivors of suicide loss, and individuals struggling with self-injury. I have worked extensively with both...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...
Misha Grodt
LPC, MA
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

I view therapy as sacred work in which the therapeutic relationship is one of mutual respect and collaboration. I hold a BA in Anthropology from the University of Washington (1997) and a Master’s degree (MA) in Clinical Mental Health Counseling...
In-Person Sessions:

Centennial, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Do you feel like the baggage from your past is creeping up on you? It is very common to feel like you are responding to present day triggers linked with past yuck. I will sit with you and support you in order to foster acceptance, understanding of...
In-Person Sessions:

Littleton, Colorado

Greetings! My name is Eric. I originally come from the Chicago area but I moved to Denver back in 1993. I currently reside in Englewood. I share custody of a smart, brave, beautiful and silly little girl. That’s right, it turns out that therapists...
In-Person Sessions:

Littleton, Colorado

From the time I was a child, I’ve felt drawn to helping others. I have a strong understanding of how difficult it is to face personal struggles and how challenging it can be to make a change. Reaching out for help is a sign of strength! And making...
Jessi Wheatley
LPCC, EdS
In-Person Sessions:

Littleton , Colorado

Hi. I’m a trained school psychologist with 14 years experience in the schools. I have opened my own practice to work with children 4-14 on issues such as emotional regulation, anxiety, depression, and trauma. I use play and books to work with...
In-Person Sessions:

Littleton, Colorado

Lacie has found her niche and passion in helping children, teens, individuals, couples, and families using system-based approaches, expressive arts, and group therapy in the treatment of behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, substance abuse,...
Cathy Wilson
LPC, ACS
In-Person Sessions:

Littleton, Colorado

Evidence based therapies
In-Person Sessions:

Littleton, Colorado

Counseling, whether individual or marriage, is a professional relationship. It's one where you get all of me - my training, skill and knowledge, as well as who I am as a person - present with you. The therapeutic relationship requires a good fit...
Melanie Morris
LAC, LPCC
In-Person Sessions:

Littleton, Colorado

Finding someone to assist you on your journey to peace and happiness can be challenging. I am here to help. I have training in addictions and professional counseling. I have experience working with co-occurring disorders. I've work with individuals,...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Wendy Gossett, M. Ed. is a Parenting and Relationship Specialist based in Denver, Colorado. She helps parents understand their children at a deeper level by using temperament psychology and neuroscience. She has been featured as an expert on...
Suzanne Carter
LPC 172, MA
In-Person Sessions:

Littleton, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Suzanne Carter has been working in the field of healing and wholeness since she was 16; she was inspired to make a commitment to help people heal their lives and live their dreams. She has been fulfilling this mission in her own life since then and...
Krista Day-Gloe
LCSW, EMDR
In-Person Sessions:

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...
Lisa Nelson
LCSW, MSW, Approved Clinical Supervisor
In-Person Sessions:

Denver, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Problems with your relationship with money? Anxiety and worry holding you back from your potential? Feel like you are stuck in the same pattern with no way out? Time to break the cycle. Let’s talk about getting you the resources and tools you...
Meghan Rich
MA, LPCC
In-Person Sessions:

Denver, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Engaging in counseling can be hard work, yet deeply fulfilling. Thus a safe, affirming, collaborative, and healing journey is what I strive to provide clients. My approach has been described as warm, compassionate, holistic, and...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

As a therapist, I am dedicated to building therapeutic connections with each of my clients in hopes of empowering them to embrace their best self. I have worked in the social services field for nearly ten years; instilling passion and dedication...
David Veach
LPC, Licensed Addiction Counselor
In-Person Sessions:

Aurora, Colorado

I understand and I have experienced depression and anxiety and what it's like to be addicted to alcohol and drugs. I have 22 years of recovery and I couldn't have done this without the help of those who would listen. My practice is person centered...
In-Person Sessions:

Aurora, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Are you struggling with depression, anxiety, relationship issues, or the after-effects of trauma?  I provide compassionate, effective, affordable counseling in a supportive and non-judgmental setting. I offer tools for resolving issues, overcoming...
In-Person Sessions:

Aurora, Colorado

Hello, and thank you for considering me as your therapist. I've been on the "other side of the couch", and I know how delicate searching for the right provider can be. I am committed to building a strong rapport with clients as I believe the...

An Overview of 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 four percent 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 percent higher than in other parts of Colorado and 22 percent higher than the national average, which is a considerable gap. Despite a relatively low unemployment rate of 3.4 percent when compared to the country’s rate of 5.2 percent 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 into 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 percent 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.

Health care costs in Castle Rock may also be a challenge for those seeking treatment for their mental health problems. The health care index is 105, five percent 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, there are those who live in poverty within the community. Caucasians are most affected, with nearly 70 percent living under the poverty line, followed by Hispanics and Latinos. The Asian population seems the least affected by poverty and typically hold 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.