Dr. Griffiths conducts psychological assessments full-time. She is no longer accepting new therapy clients. She has several trained doctoral practicum students who assist her with psychological testing, and is able to offer affordable options for testing.
Angela provides individual, couples, family, and group therapy. She practices both short and long-term therapy at her office or online. She serves adults and adolescents 15 years and older. While she provides psycho-education, she approaches her clients as equals and experts about their own experiences.
Yakitta has been privileged to provide support and guidance to a wide ranged population of men, women, and adolescents. Yakitta uses an eclectic styled therapeutic approach focusing in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, solution-focused, and being present with her clients to assist them in achieving their goals.
George Laws, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker has been assisting one’s of all ages to align their own body, mind and heart for nearly 40 years. George integrates eastern, western and innate universal approaches to self-healing through bio-psycho-social dynamics within oneself individually and within relationships as a family, couple, parent-child, employee, employer and other situations.
Lea specializes in helping people through major life changes, depression, anxiety, grief, chronic/terminal illness, and caregiver stress.
Kimberly provides counseling to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She utilizes a variety of therapeutic techniques to best serve the individual’s specific needs.
Andrea is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who provides children ages 3 to 11 individual therapy. She also works regularly with parents and caregivers, which she believes is an essential part of therapy for children. Parents can receive coaching/support and can be included in sessions with their child.
Theresa currently treats a variety of mental and behavioral concerns including anxiety disorders, depression, trauma, grief and others. She facilitates adolescent self-esteem groups, women’s wellness and divorce recovery groups. Theresa treats individuals ages 12 through adults and the aging population.
Nathalye is a bilingual/bicultural Licensed Professional Counselor in Colorado and provides therapy to adults, children, teens, and parents in short and long-term therapy. Her training includes cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and mindfulness, which informs her work with clients.
Greg Keppler is a Licensed Professional Counselor who works with individuals, couples, and families providing mental health support services.
Kacy has been in the field practicing therapy and care management for seven years in a range of settings. In her practice, Kacy provides individual, couples, and group therapy for all ages, including children.
Kate has worked in foster care, residential, inpatient ( internship), and outpatient settings. Since becoming a mother in 2006, Kate has a passion for supporting moms in their self-care through art making/art therapy and nurturing one’s creativity. She holds a special place in her heart for pre teens and teens who are navigating these challenging years and finding their voice and identity.
Danielle is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and works with adults, adolescents, and families. Danielle is committed to creating a safe and supportive space for you to find healing and growth. Danielle utilizes mindfulness and body-centered therapeutic techniques to allow you to discover the root of difficult emotions and patterns.
Lana provides therapeutic services to children, adolescents, adults, senior adults, and families. She is fluent in English and Russian and conducts therapy in both languages.
Center for Valued Living, PLLC has several independent practitioners working out of several offices in the Denver / Boulder metro area. Together, they have decades of experience working with a diverse range of clients. Feel free to call us at 720.347.8559 and we can help you find a therapist.
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Behavioral health works a bit differently than medical benefits when it comes to Medicaid. If you don't know which Medicaid to choose you can call any of the numbers listed on our Medicaid Behavioral Health page. As always feel free to call us at 720.347.8559 and we can help you find a therapist.