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Judy Wolvington, M.A., L.P.C.
Counseling for Empowerment
445 Union Boulevard, Suite 221
Lakewood, Colorado 80228

phone: 303-989-5933

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I am a licensed therapist with a background in the holistic healing of mind, body, and spirit. I am certified in EFT and Matrix Reimprinting, and a graduate of the Hakomi Method. If you feel powerless, fearful, overwhelmed, or inadequate, it doesn't have to be that way. My work is appropriate for those with mental health challenges, as well as for those who want to explore their deeper life purpose. Ioffer a complimentary strategy session on my website,

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Megan Fernandez, M.A.

Small Steps Counseling, LLC
2640 W. 28th Avenue
Denver, CO 80211

phone: 720-583-5145

At Small Steps Counseling we do therapy with children, adolescents, teens, adults and families.

  • Play therapy with children and adolescents
  • Parenting skills and attachment
  • Family Therapy *Grief and loss
  • Behavioral issues and at risk behaviors
  • Depression and anxiety
  • Coping skills
  • Suicidal Ideation/prevention

Please feel free to contact me as I offer a 30-minute consultation for no charge to make sure we are a good pair.

Calling is the first step in making the changes or getting the help you need. Please contact me at 720-583-5145 or visit


Daryl Elizabeth Gedney, M.A., L.P.C.

Daryl Elizabeth Gedney, LPC, PC
1333 West 120th Ave., Suite 222
Westminster, CO 80234

phone: 303 941 6298

Licensed Psychotherapist (LPC) since 1999, Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) since 2000, and Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist(CHt) since 2008. Warm, collaborative, strength-focused style. Sees individual and couples (of all sexual orientations), adults and mature adolescents. Offering understanding of cultural/ethnic diversity, including bi-racial and multi-cultural relationships. Addressing such issues as grief, transitions, communication, relationships, depression, anxiety, stress, work and career, co-dependence, dysfunctional patterns, illness, deepening life satisfaction and fulfillment. Some of the tools used are CBT, Brief Solution-Focused Therapy, Hypnotherapy, and Imago Therapy (for couples). In most major insurance and EAP networks and offer sliding scale fees as needed.


Cathy M Blake, M.A., L.P.C.

Heartfocus Counseling

phone: 303-464-9803

"The body doesn't lie" Somatic counseling psychotherapy connects your body with your mind, using body sensation, 5 senses, movement in addition to your emotions and thoughts. I help adults, couples, children, and group members solve problems of living, verbally and non-verbally.

My approach works especially well with victims of emotional and/or physical trauma, depression, anxiety, couples'communication, kinesthetic learners, people who are emotionally "cut-off", and people with cognitive challenges (eg. Brain injury and multiple sclerosis). Cathy is Naropa-trained in Somatic Counseling Psychology, EMDR, and SPI. "I have known Cathy Blake for over 10 years and am consistently impressed with her dedication. Not only is Cathy knowledgeable, but she is deeply patient, caring, friendly, and approachable." Dr Arielle Schwartz


Peg Shippert, M.A.

2760 29th St., Suite 2C
Boulder, CO 80301

phone: (720) 340-6261

I am ready to help you move past traumatic events and difficult times, improve the problem areas of your life, and at the same time find more of what you do want in your life. If you are not sure what it is you want, I can help you figure that out. I use mainstream counseling techniques, often in combination with treatments designed to help resolve trauma. While I enjoy working with a wide variety of people, I have a special interest in working with survivors of sexual assault/abuse or traumatic loss, and with their loved ones.

Beginning therapy to address past traumas can be scary. The first and most important thing we will do together is create a strong, safe relationship. Then we engage your internal and external resources, and develop -- as gradually as necessary -- your ability to tolerate and manage working with your traumatic past


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