According to a 2018 CDC survey, nearly 17.3 million American adults struggle with disorders related to depression or anxiety. Also, especially due to recent events, millions of children and teens experience similar symptoms.
The World Health Organization stated, “Depression is a common mental disorder, as well as a leading cause of disability worldwide in addition to being a major contributor to the overall global burden of disease.“
Most people who experience depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorders feel isolated. As a result, they’re often unlikely to ask for help because of how they’re feeling.
My Denver Therapy, a growing therapy practice with multiple locations in Denver, Colorado, offers personalized therapy services for people struggling with trauma and the different effects that come with it.
Therapists at My Denver Therapy take a client-centered approach to therapy and have received specialized training, including EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), to support their clients through their journey towards healing and recovery.
By bringing together therapists with different backgrounds and life experiences, My Denver Therapy’s therapists meet with individuals, couples, and families from all walks of life, including people in the LGBTQ+ community, who have experienced trauma.
“We recognize that everyone has their own story and experiences that have shaped who they are. We take clients as they are, help them move towards becoming who they want to be, and support them every step of the way. We approach each client with compassion, a collaborative mindset, and a commitment to their progress and growth,” said My Denver Therapy’s Clinical Director Courtneyrose Chung.
After starting in the South Denver city of Lone Tree years ago, My Denver Therapy recently opened a second location in Denver at 1400 S. Colorado Boulevard to better serve clients living in and around Denver. With the global pandemic highlighting the need for mental health services throughout the state, My Denver Therapy added some of the state’s most requested therapists, including Alex Song, Allie Evans, and Nicole Wolf, to the team.
To support clients living in other parts of Colorado, all of their therapists can see clients virtually through online teletherapy sessions, which helps more clients receive high quality therapy that fits into their lives and busy schedules.
My Denver Therapy offers a variety of services, including therapy for trauma, social anxiety, life transitions, PTSD, depression, and more. While My Denver Therapy has established relationships with many churches and leading community organizations throughout Colorado, all of their therapists have experience seeing clients of all faiths and lifestyles.
Their specially trained therapists use some of the most scientifically proven methods to treat trauma and other mental health issues, including Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Emotional Focused Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and Internal Family Systems. By having therapists who have different training and specialties, they’re able to match clients with the right therapist who can most effectively help them.
At My Denver Therapy, therapists understand that it’s important to connect with clients in honest, authentic ways. They focus on building open lines of communication with their clients and focus on actively listening to clients’ stories to help them heal, change, and transform.
For more information about My Denver Therapy and their therapists, visit their website.
Company Name: My Denver Therapy
Contact Person: Courtneyrose Chung
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Address:9233 Park Meadows Dr, Suite 121
City: Lone Tree
State: CO 80124
Country: United States