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North Range Behavioral Health
Mental health and substance use disorder treatment.
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Families First Colorado
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Colorado Workers' Compensation Network Inc
Insurance Specialists Since 1995.
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Answer-All Secretarial
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Counselors Licensed
When people are facing a tough time working out their issues, they may consult a licensed counselor for additional help and assistance. Licensed by the state, these counselors can help treat depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol addiction, and stress through confidential sessions. They generally can’t prescribe medication, as a psychiatrist can. However, they can lend an ear, giving support and advice on matters pertaining to family disputes, marriage problems, abuse, and school pressures. Other services may also include evaluations, outpatient care, stabilization services, responsive psychology services, and case management. For those going through a crisis, whether they need couples therapy or other types of help, they can turn to licensed counselors. Such counselors may also own their own practice, within schools, or within government agencies such as the Department of Health and Human Services or Welfare Department. Some of the work is strictly related with youth, while others treat a wide range of patients, from young to old. Some treatments are offered in a clinical setting, while others are constantly on the road in a social work capacity, visiting clients in their homes. Licensed counselors are trained in mental health care and usually have degrees in psychology. They can provide help through therapy sessions geared towards specific problems. Some counselors specialize in Christian couples therapy, for example. Others focus more on childhood mental health issues. Still others are marital and family therapists (MFTs). People in need of such help can get referrals from their primary care doctor’s office. Counseling can get expensive, especially with regular therapy sessions. Counseling is usually covered by health insurance.
 
American Mental Health Counselors Association
Alexandria, VA 22314
If you're looking for licensed counselors for mental or emotional issues, you can find the perfect person through our association. We are dedicated to helping counselors and patients find each other.
Mental Health America
Alexandria, VA 22311
For those looking for a licensed counselor in the mental health field, find one near you with our professional association. We provide a directory of the largest network of mental health professionals.
 
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Inner Sun Healing Arts Studio
201 S. College Ave., #207, Fort Collins, CO 80524
Find your center and self once more with the help of our holistically-oriented counseling service. Our practice includes equine assisted psychotherapy, guided imagery, and restorative yoga.
(970) 420-9504
Five Star Counseling Services
7050 W 120th Ave Unit 201, Broomfield, CO 80020
Our business provides licensed marriage and couples counseling and therapy. We provide individual counseling, therapy and coaching. We bring over 18 years experience and provide a free initial 60 min consultation.
(303) 464-9192
Lisa Thomas LCSW
8200 E Belleview Ave Ste 312c, Englewood, CO 80111
Our company provides couples counseling and sex therapy. Our mental health professionals are licensed and provide the best therapy in the area. Call today to schedule an appointment.
(720) 489-5150
aLive Counseling and Psychotherapy
1015 15th St, Greeley, CO 80631
(970) 405-1873
Jacque Ristau, MS, LPC
1200 W Ash St Unit D, Windsor, CO 80550
(970) 222-7249
Riverpath Counseling
5255 Ronald Reagan Blvd Ste 22, Johnstown, CO 80534
(970) 370-7284
Counseling Partners of Northern Colorado
8010 S County Road 5, Fort Collins, CO 80528
(970) 203-4212
Liz Terrell Phillips
3307 S College Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80525
(970) 282-0646
Boardwalk Therapy Center
4115 Boardwalk Dr Unit 200, Fort Collins, CO 80525
(970) 797-2259
Best Life Counseling, PLLC
123 N College Ave Ste 200, Fort Collins, CO 80524
(970) 590-5546
Passages of the Heart Grief Recovery Specialist; J
1931 Boise Ave, Loveland, CO 80538
(970) 818-1919
Elizabeth (Betsy) McLain, LPC, CACIII
10465 Melody Dr, Denver, CO 80260
(303) 362-3180
Diana Shenkin Psychotherapy
710 Burbank St, Broomfield, CO 80020
(970) 250-3149
Lois M. Winchell, Ph.D.
2325 Forest St, Denver, CO 80207
(303) 830-1667
Todd Harrison
390 S Potomac Way Ste C, Aurora, CO 80012
(720) 384-3498


Licensed counselors have been able to help people with a variety of personal issues. These professionals have undergone training that helps them make evaluations and determine treatment options for those who have suffered abuse, depression, low self-esteem, substance abuse, drug dependency, relationship problems and divorces, difficulties with careers, and psychiatric or mental problems. When you contact the professional counselors, ask them how many years they have been in business. Those with several years of experience should be able to help those with personal emotional issues like family abuse, self-esteem, problems with authority, assertiveness, and depression. Professional counselors should be able to use evaluations to determine a treatment plan on a case by case basis to help you get the care and support that you need. Ask the counselors if they work with people of certain ages to determine if they can fill your needs. You should also ask if they counsel on an outpatient or inpatient basis. If you want help with emotional issues, social phobias, personal growth, and relating to your peers without staying at a hospital unit, then be sure that the counselor has outpatient services. Ask the counselors what sorts of treatments will help you reach stabilization. Getting help with these personal issues can be difficult for you emotionally, but professionals will help you get through the treatment so that you can learn new coping skills. If you have insurance, then you should ask the counselors if they take the kind that you have. If you do not have insurance, then you might want to find a counselor that charges on a sliding scale.
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