Counselors For Adults In Colorado Springs

Counselors For Adults In Colorado Springs

Sometimes, life can throw us curve balls. Highs and lows, ups and downs. 

Things can certainly get heavy sometimes, and you might just need someone to talk to. 

That is where a good counselor can come in.

They can help you learn more about yourself, help you set attainable goals for yourself, and equip you with the tools that you may need to address your current situation. 

There is nothing wrong with seeking help for things that may be out of our control. 

They are not there to judge you as a person, but to understand you as a person, your core beliefs and habits, and will give you some wonderful insight into how to work out your situation in a safe space.

If you are looking for counselors for adults in Colorado Springs, our list will shed some insight into counseling itself, and some of our counselors. 

You are embarking on an important journey of growth and healing and it is my privilege to come alongside you in that journey. My desire is to serve those in need of mental health counseling and ultima...
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I am a mother to 3 adult children, grandmother to the sweetest girl, and the wife of a very gifted husband. As a therapist, I've been challenged in treating people to a standard or healed. Every medic...
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I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Addiction Counselor. I have over 25 years' experience I assist adults, young adults, and adolescent women to identify or clarify the confli...
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I am originally from Southern California, and I love my life in Southern Colorado. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and Multiple Subjects Teaching Credential, and a Master of Science Degree in...
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We all need help now and again through life's seasons and situations. I believe that we are created holistically (body, mind, spirit) with the ability for self-awareness, having freedom and responsibi...
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"Between stimulus and response, there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and our freedom." – Viktor E. Frankl.I believe that there's no "one...
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Choosing to come to counseling and sharing your feelings and struggles can often feel daunting and somewhat overwhelming.  As a clinician, I like to think there is great strength and taking that ...
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As a graduate with a Master of Social Work, I now have over eight years of clinical and non-clinical experience working with families. I have explored, analyzed, and used effective interventions for f...
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Sometimes, life can throw us curve balls. Highs and lows, ups and downs.  Things can certainly get heavy sometimes, and you might just need someone to talk to.  That is where a good counselo...
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I truly believe the hardest part of counseling is setting the initial appointment.  From that point forward, we will be in this together.  Although I can work with you in a traditional setti...
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"It's not about what it is, it's about what it can become." One of my favorite quotes from Dr. Seuss, his wise words sum up my approach to working with any client, from preschool age to midlife. I bel...
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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.&...
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I have experience working with preteens, teens and adults. I have worked with preteens and teens as they navigate eating disorders, anxiety, depression, OCD, and trauma. My experience with adults has ...
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I am a people person and love the richness in the diversity of mankind. Life is a journey and throughout one's journey in life, there are smooth times and times that just seem so hard to get through. ...
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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," d...
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I seek to co-create a secure, therapeutic space with you where you will have full permission to be who you are and connect to your innate wisdom and impulses towards healing. My approach is gentle and...
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My goal as a therapist is to collaborate with you in a manner that best fits your values, identity, and needs in effort to create a trusting therapeutic relationship, mutual respect and a safe environ...
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"Just because no one else can heal or do your inner work for you doesn't mean you can, should, or need to do it alone."- Lisa OliveraI believe one of the biggest challenges we face when struggling to ...
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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.  I believe the relationship you develop with your t...
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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 ...
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Thank you for taking the time to review my profile. Reaching out for help can be daunting and I applaud you for taking this initial step toward living a more rewarding life.  I approach therapy a...
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I have been working in the field of behavioral health for the past 15 years.  I have a Ph.D. in Rehabilitation and extensive experience in providing therapy for adults with a variety of mental he...
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What Is Counseling?

Counseling is, simply put, having someone unbiased to talk to.
 
They are there to give you resources and tools, as well as let you speak freely and openly about anything that may be going on in your life.

You are free to explore more about yourself in this safe space with a counselor, and set goals for yourself. 

It is also an opportunity to explore things with others, too.

There are many types of counseling, including marriage counseling, addiction counseling, anxiety and depression counseling, and many more issues that can be worked through with a counselor.

How To Set An Appointment With Us

When you feel that you are ready to set an appointment up with one of our counselors, you can do so by following the easy steps below, and we will make sure to get you all set up with a therapist of your choice.

1. First, when you call (719) 345-2424, you will be greeted by one of our receptionists, who will assist you throughout the call. 

2. They will help you book an appointment with the counselor of your choice. 

You can see all of our available counselors in Colorado Springs by clicking here

Take some time to look through each counselor to find one that is suitable to your needs or the issues you may be facing. 

3. During the initial call, you will be asked for your insurance and contact information. The receptionist will verify your insurance coverage. 

4. Afterwards, an e-mail will be sent to you containing your intake paperwork. 

You may either print it out, fill it out, and bring it with you to your initial visit with your counselor. 

Alternatively, you can instead upload the paperwork into our client portal. 

5. When the day of your appointment arrives, you will be able to speak to your counselor about what has been bothering you or explore what are the best methods of helping you. 

At the end of your first session, you will be able to talk to your counselor about when you would like to see them next, and you can easily schedule your next appointment. 

Below are just a few of our counselor who are currently available.

Noah Suess, MA, LPCC

Noah has a background in working as a school counselor. He takes a holistic approach to counseling. 

He offers up a combination therapy integrating Jungian symbology/dreamwork while exploring the Narrative and Existential. 

He works with various disorders, including

- Gender dysphoria
- Anxiety
- Self-Discovery
- Loneliness
- Disconnection
- Depression

Laura Hunt, LPCC

Laura has a passion for helping others unlock their full potential by helping them through creating their own reality. 

She helps to shift maladaptive beliefs, mostly about self, the world, and others. 

She offers a variety of special therapeutic tools to help you meet your goals. 

She has experience in treating the following:

- Depression
- Anxiety
- PTSD
- ADHD
- Gender Dysphoria
- Bipolar Disorder
- Narcissistic Personality Disorder
- Borderline Personality Disorder

Jemima Organ, Ph.D, LPCC

Dr. Organ's goal in treatment in working together with clients is to find the appropriate approach to what coordinates best with what you may be going through in your life at the moment. 

She is a Christian-based counselor that offers couples/marriage counseling through a Biblical perspective. 

She also helps people to find the correct coping mechanisms for themselves. 

She currently treats:

- OCD
- Borderline
- Adjustment Disorders
- Anxiety Disorders
- Depression

Conclusion

The journey to find a counselor can feel intimidating, but it does not have to be! We are here to make the process go as smoothly as possible.

We are here to answer any questions that you may have.

Our office is located in Colorado Springs. 

Our offices offer up a relaxing design and are equipped with Wi-Fi, tea, coffee, and a charging station for your phone to make you as comfortable as possible. 

If you are ready to start counseling, call us at (719) 345-2424. 

Alternatively, if you do not find a counselor that does not suit your needs currently, you can sign up for our waitlist, and when a counselor suitable to your needs becomes available, we will reach out to you to let you know that there is an opening, should you want to schedule an appointment with that counselor. 

You can join our waitlist by clicking here.

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