Loveland, Colorado Therapists

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Jesse Bean
LPCC 15, MA
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Lakewood, Colorado

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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...
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Brighton, Colorado

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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,...
Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Do you need the pain of yesterday to stop interfering with your aliveness and pleasure today? Is there a part of you that's says, "it's too much to look at all the crap I've been though. Just make it go away"? It's so disheartening to try and find a...
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Arvada, Colorado

Congratulations on taking steps in your journey of self-discovery and healing. Psychotherapy can provide a rich and supportive experience that allows one to grow and heal. It also provides a safe, nurturing environment to talk through confidential...
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Boulder, Colorado

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Colorado

I enjoy supporting adults and young people to achieve their goals, to have a joyful life. Helping find out what would be their ideal life situation. If you are dealing with difficulties, whether is Transitions, Relationships, Family - Couple...
Anna Mayer
MA, R-DMT
In-Person Sessions:

Westminster, Colorado

Hi, I’m Anna. I'm very glad you're here. I'm a body-based counselor and a dance/movement therapist, but you might also call me a relational problem-solver, sacred witness, and believer-in-you. I help people who know – deep down – that there is...
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...
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Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...
Brett Morley
LPCC 15
In-Person Sessions:

Berthoud, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

Welcome! I established Playful Healing in 2019 so that I could provide individualized counseling services for the community in which I live. My passion for working in the mental health field started in the Berthoud High school counseling office...
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...
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Fort Collins, Colorado

​I am passionate about people and I would be honored to sit with you to help you integrate your story so it works for you, not against you. I believe each person has the answers to live in their greatest sense of Self — the highest possible...
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Windsor, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

If you've found yourself here, it's likely you're struggling to navigate where you're at in life right now. Whether you're questioning your identity, struggling to feel comfortable in your own skin, trudging through the days despite anxiety looming...
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Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

I work with youth, adults, couples & families with Asperger's Syndrome & Autism Spectrum Disorder. Distinct specialties include ASD gender dysphoria, & neurodiverse+neurotypical "mixed" marriages. I also work with (neuro) typical clients with mental...
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Denver, Colorado

Shawn Trueman, M.A., LPCC, NCC I am a Board Certified, Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC.0015911) as well as a former pastor with over 20 years of ministry and counseling experience. I received a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental...
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Boulder, Colorado

Hello! Welcome to my profile. Glad you're here. I'm Gadi (pronounced Gah-dee) and I love working with people to help them feel better about themselves and their lives. In my work with individuals and couples, I usually use the IFS (Internal Family...
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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...
Melanie Morris
LAC, LPCC
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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,...
Becky Howie
L.P.C, MA
In-Person Sessions:

Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...
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...
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...
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...
Nataeah Barron
LMFT, LAC
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Fort Collins, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

I am a Marriage/Family therapist and an Addictions Counselor that can counsel my clients individually, as a family, and/or with any intimate relationship. I enjoy exploring your life path and figuring out what you want to focus on therapeutically. I...
Heather Gomez
LMFT, MA
In-Person Sessions:

Broomfield, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

Colorado

I have had a variety of experiences which have helped me grow personally and professionally to be the therapist I am today. I am grateful for the privilege to work with all of the people who have touched my heart. I specialize in attachment and...
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Boulder, Colorado

Teletherapy for Clients In:

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...

An Overview of Mental Health in Loveland, Colorado

The city of Loveland in Larimer County, Colorado is a major business center, sustains a thriving artist population, and also plays host to a great number of summer tourists en route to Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park due to its location along U.S. Highway 34. With a population of 76,906 as of 2016, Loveland is the 14th most populous city in Colorado. Economically, home values and median household incomes in Loveland are more or less on par with the averages for Colorado as a whole, with the median household income being ever so slightly higher than the statewide average and the median home value being ever so slightly lower. Multiple publications have cited Loveland as a great place to live, but what may seem like paradise to some may be purgatory for others.

Mental health statistics pertaining specifically to Loveland are difficult, if not impossible to find. However, statistics are available pertaining to Larimer County, in which Loveland is the second most populous municipality, and mental health statistics in Larimer County paint a grim picture of communities in crisis.

The state of Colorado has one of the highest suicide rates in the nation, and the suicide rate in Larimer County has nearly doubled during a 15-year span from 2004 to 2018. The population growth, on the other hand, has not kept pace with the rate of suicides, which means that the ratio of suicide deaths to the total population in Larimer County has increased since 2004. Keep in mind, too, that these figures are based on coroners’ reports for completed suicides; they don’t take into account those who survive suicide attempts.

Altogether in 2016, there were 83 suicides in Larimer County, which faces a challenge bigger than any one municipality. There is a demonstrable link between mental illness and suicide as 90 percent of the 83 people who died by their own hand in Larimer County in 2016 had a diagnosable mental illness.

Vulnerable Populations in Larimer County

While mental illness can strike anywhere and anyone, regardless of ethnicity, economic status, or age, there are some populations in Larimer County that are viewed as particularly vulnerable when it comes to mental illness.

  • Veterans: The number of service members who have returned from tours of duty in Iraq or Afghanistan with mental health challenges, such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder, are disproportionate. The need for mental health services is crushing, and the VA is not always able to handle it. Many veterans in need of mental health care do not know that the VA provides it, don’t know whether or not they are eligible, and/or don’t know where to go to obtain it. As a result, 50 percent of veterans who could use mental health care do not receive it. Incidentally, PTSD in the military doesn’t only stem from armed conflict. A study demonstrated that 1 out of 4 women and 1 out of 100 men serving in the military have experienced military sexual trauma, a risk factor for PTSD in veterans that probably doesn’t receive the attention it deserves.
  • Aging Adults: Symptoms of mental illness in aging adults may be difficult to diagnose. It may be easy to falsely attribute them to other age-related health conditions. The symptoms can be so subtle that primary care physicians can have a failure rate of up to 50 percent when it comes to diagnosing mental illness in the elderly, and older adults are also less likely to report symptoms due to stigma or related factors.
  • Youth: While mental illness can strike at any age, adolescents are more prone to depression and more likely to engage in risky behaviors due to hormonal changes and the structure of their developing brains.

New Funding Solution Leads to New Hope

It is not that high-quality mental health treatment is not available in Larimer County at all; rather, it is that demand for mental health services far outstrips the supply of available providers, and also that there is a need for raising awareness. The projected operating budget for comprehensive county-wide mental health intervention is $15.2 million per year. Fortunately, the county may soon receive that much and more thanks to the passage of a recent ballot initiative to raise the countywide sales tax by 0.25 percent to fund a centralized mental health center.