Best 30 Therapist in Denver, CO with Reviews -

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By: Amanda R.
The Marriage and Family Clinic
I have had the opportunity to participate in LMFT supervision with Aaron and have found his support and insight thoughtful and knowledgeable. He is professional and grounded in effective therapeutic practices. In working with couples, he is supportive in creating an environment for clients to achieve greater connections and improved communication skills. I would highly recommend Aaron as a therapist for individuals, couples, and families seeking counseling.
By: charlietl
The Marriage and Family Clinic
Mr. Anderson is a wonderful marriage counselor who helped us feel comfortable and helped us connect with each other again. He really was a neutral counselor and didn't take sides. At times I wondered if we were really making progress but usually at the next session things seemed to click and we really moved forward. I recommend highly.
By: P.mary T.
Southeast Family Therapy
I needed a therapist to give my children a home atmosphere during the divorce. Sharon Feder was assigned to the case. It has been nothing but heartache and failure since her decision influenced the divorce trial. I DO NOT think her decision was in the best interest of my children. Beware!
By: Monica R.
The Marriage and Family Clinic
Lori is a great counselor. She helped me overcome my depression and I looked forward to our visits every week.
Tips & Advices
During the first session, the participants might talk about the issues and goals of their relationship, as well as what to expect. Subsequent sessions might involve learning tools to communicate better.
The average cost of a session with a counselor in 2017 is around at $90 an hour. The cost ranges from $60- $130 an hour. Some counselors offer package deals and might take insurance.
The length of relationship counseling varies depending on the therapist’s technique, and the couple’s goals and needs. But some couples may see improvement after a few sessions.
The 2008 Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act requires coverage of counseling services to be equal to physical health coverage. Check with your employers’ plan benefits or as your HR representative or insurance company directly.
Pre-divorce counseling is required in some states, while others have bills pending making it a requirement of divorce proceedings.

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