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Josh Aevum, LCSW

 2860 S Circle Dr. Ste G45, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80906
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No, Currently Full
I have been a social worker for nine years. Through my work, I am committed to helping people overcome trauma, depression, anxiety, and other stresses that affect all of us at some time in our lives. More Info
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Jennifer Luttman, LPC, ACS

 5585 Erindale Drive Ste 204, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
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No, Currently Full
One of the strongest predictors of success in therapy is the connection you share with your therapist so finding the best fit is an important first step! I believe in the "therapeutic relationship," developing a relationship of trust and respect. More Info
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Shannon Matlock, LPC, NCC

 5245 Centennial Blvd Ste 205, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80919
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No, Currently Full
“Imperfections are not inadequacies; they are reminders that we’re all in this together.”- Brene Brown More Info
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Shawna Fishman, LMFT, LAC

 Teletherapy, Colorado
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No, Currently Full
My approach to therapy is rooted in the belief that every person is innately whole. However, trauma and emotional wounds cloud our natural ability to feel at peace with ourselves. More Info
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Emily Kreiger, LPCC

 4440 Barnes Road, Suite 100, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80917
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No, Currently Full
I believe the hardest part of therapy is setting the initial appointment. From that point forward, we will be in this together. I have an eclectic approach, as I know talk therapy is not for everyone. More Info
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Stephanie Kol, LPCC

 5245 Centennial Blvd Ste 205, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80919
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No, Currently Full
One of the most profound forms of self-love is the decision we make that we are worthy of being fully heard and seen. More Info
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Margot Bean, LCSW

 5585 Erindale Drive Ste 204, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80918
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No, Currently Full
The hardest part of the therapeutic process is reaching the door of the therapist. It is my belief that the work has begun from that moment on. More Info
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Alexis Olson, MSW, CSWC

 Teletherapy, Colorado
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No, Currently Full
Be proud of yourself for taking the first step towards your healing journey. As your therapist, I will support and assist in your version of empowerment, fulfillment, and happiness whatever that may be! More Info
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