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Gay Issues Psychiatrists in Colorado (CO)

Susan Lurie, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“I am a highly experienced Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist, with expertise in all levels of care. I specialize in Anxiety, Mood and Psychotic Disorders, though am comfortable working with the full spectrum of difficulties that present in youth. I am a seasoned psychopharmacologist - in this role I am thoughtful and judicious about the use of medication, knowing that it might be only a small part of a comprehensive treatment intervention. I'm affiliated with the Behavioral Health Division of Children's Hospital Colorado and am a Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Gay Issues
(720) 408-2070
Denver, Colorado 80231
Kathleen Voelsing, Psychiatric Nurse  in Fort Collins
“I am a psychiatric nurse practitioner and I work with clients with a variety of mental health problems. Whether you are experiencing anxiety, depression, attention problems, mood swings, hallucinations, substance abuse issues, or just feeling overwhelmed, you deserve to be at your best.
Gay Issues
(970) 276-6021
Fort Collins, Colorado 80528
Laura Wuarin, M.D., Psychiatrist  in Denver
“I am a general adolescent and adult psychiatristhave been in practice for 14 years. I provide evaluations, psychotropic and alternative medication management as well as psychotherapy. My treatment philosophy is to treat the whole person with emphasis on psychiatric, psychosocial and medical aspects of disease. With a background in neuroscience research, I also follow a scientific biological approach to treatment. I am accepting new patients and provide personalized attention and care. Please call for a telephone consultation!
Gay Issues
(720) 397-3806
Denver, Colorado 80218
Mary Ann Bolkovatz, Psychiatric Nurse  in Boulder
“I believe that creating a satisfying, meaningful and happy life is a worthy goal. Sometimes there are obstacles in the way. Getting help to identify and deal with those obstacles is one of the goals for therapy. Therapy is a collaborative process at its best and one in which the therapist uses skills and expertise as a consultant. That is my goal in providing therapy. I seek to understand and assist clients to achieve living their lives to the fullest with a deep sense of satisfaction and realization of a life well lived.
Gay Issues
(303) 747-4974
Boulder, Colorado 80303
Happy minds LLC, Psychiatrist  in Thornton
“Everyone has a time in their life when they feel they need an expert help for improving their mental health but they are deterred by barriers around mental health consultation, while we cannot reduce all the barriers but we have minimized the BIG 3 barriers namely Accessibility, Affordability and Privacy.We are accepting new patients of all ages . To book appointment online log on to my website www.coloradopsychiatry.org. On your smartphone by downloading zocdoc app from apple or android app store. We have FDA approved, non medicinal treatment of depression available at our office called TMS therapy.
Gay Issues
(720) 515-9112
Thornton, Colorado 80260
Asa Marokus, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“I am a psychiatrist who works with children, teenagers, adults and their families to help them with mental, emotional and behavioral challenges. I employ both psychotherapy and psychiatric medication, when appropriate, to improve the functioning and happiness and alleviate the suffering of my patients. I enjoy, and have experience, working with many different types of people on a wide range of issues.
Gay Issues
(303) 647-4363
Denver, Colorado 80211
Marie Cook, Psychiatric Nurse  in Denver
“I find that I work most often with people who have attention deficit or experience anxiety. I also have many years of working with people who have addictions. I work compassionately with people who have experienced trauma either as a child or in a relationship. I taught student nurses and believe that knowledge is power and people change faster when they understand why and how to make changes. My clients feel valued and heard and leave with effective tools to use every day. I also have worked with people who are pregnant or have parenting issues.
Gay Issues
(720) 627-6833
Denver, Colorado 80222
Lisa Drey, Psychiatric Nurse  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, RN, MA, PMHNP, CACIII, LPC
“I offer a full range of mental health services, prescribing medications and providing psychotherapy. Also certified in addiction treatment and licensed as a professional counselor.Working with people having problems with anxiety, depression, parenting, & women's reproductive mental health., I encourage a collaborative approach. I see adults for individual treatment. I'm experienced helping professionals experiencing work problems (legal or other) due to mental health and or substance use disorders. Now training a dog to do animal assisted therapy. Please email me at lisadrey.spectra@gmail.com or click on the link listed under additional insurance companies.
Gay Issues
(720) 608-4474
Denver, Colorado 80209
Deborah A Coyle, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“You may be feeling tired ,overwhelmed,and even alone. What you do know is that you do not want to feel this way anymore. My approach to helping you re- access the "best you" is an integrative approach that fits you personally. Intitally, deterrmining what may be blocking you. It could be diet,a deficiency,a loss,a trauma or what may feel most confusing is, that you dont know why you feel this way.
Gay Issues
(720) 606-2833
Denver, Colorado 80209
Holly Vause, Psychiatric Nurse  in Denver
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, DNP, PMHNP
“I specialize in psychiatric medication evaluation and management for children, adolescents and adults.I believe we must have a collaborative relationship working together to meet your treatment goals. This collaboration is achieved through honest communication about your symptoms of concern and medication effects. I do not believe medications are appropriate for everyone dealing with emotional, behavioral, and/or relational issues. I do believe that some form of therapy is critical for maintaining long-term benefits. In many situations therapy as well as medications provide the best outcomes. Working together, we will determine the best course of treatment for you.
Gay Issues
(720) 330-4904
Denver, Colorado 80206
Terri Leigh Squires, Psychiatric Nurse  in Telluride
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, FNP-C, PMHNP-C, LPC, MSN, MA
“PSYCHIATRY PRACTITIONER providing counseling along with holistic and prescription medications for depression, anxiety, mood swings, ADHD, substance abuse/dependence, and complicated cases of depression and Bipolar disorders. I am triple boarded as a Family Nurse Practitioner (expertise in major medical illnesses), Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and psychotherapist with 25 years post-graduate experience along with two years of doctoral training.. I am board certified in two nursing specialties, Family Nurse Practitioner from University Colorado Health Sciences Center with an expertise in managing major medical illneses, a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner from Vanderbilt University and a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Colorado.
Gay Issues
(303) 720-7368
Telluride, Colorado 81435
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Maureen Davis, Psychiatric Nurse  in Denver
“I specialize in helping children, teens, and adults navigate through challenges such as ADHD, adjustment and behavioral problems, anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. I offer a full range of services starting with a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and development of collaborative treatment recommendations, including prescribing and managing medications when appropriate. As a board certified Family Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with over 20 years of experience in the field, I've had the opportunity to work closely with individuals and families in a variety of treatment settings including hospitals, day treatment programs, community mental health centers and private practice.
(303) 532-4347
Denver, Colorado 80209
Judy Waldo, Psychiatrist  in Greenwood Village
“Are you feeling broken? Maybe even a little crazy? I suspect you're feeling overwhelmed and alone with your feelings. I specialize in tailoring healing modalities to fit each client's issues, strengths and stressors. I have received training and certifications in: Psychiatry/Neurology, Holistic Medicine, EMDR, Aromatherapy,and Sound Therapy, among others. Understanding and working with the brain-mind-body connection can vastly accelerate healing so people can realize their true potential.
(303) 502-9586
David J Williams, Psychiatrist  in Denver
“David J. Williams, M.D., is a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist in private practice in Denver, CO. Before opening a private practice, Dr. Williams was chief resident of child and adolescent psychiatry at Children's Hospital Colorado and University of Colorado Hospital in Aurora, CO. Dr. Williams treats patients with chronice work and relationship problems, ADHD, Depression, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Panic Disorder. In addition to providing individual psychotherapy, Dr. Williams is board-certified in both general psychiatry and child and adolescent psychiatry and can prescribe medications if indicated as part of the treatment plan.
(720) 288-0882
Denver, Colorado 80246
Howard S. Weiss, M.D., Psychiatrist  in Greenwood Village
“I specialize in the pharmacologic and psychotherapeutic treatment of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, and ADD. I practice Psychiatry in a unique manner. To learn more about what I have to offer, please go to my website, howardweissmd.com
(720) 924-7171
Jo Graybill, Psychiatric Nurse  in Boulder
“I am currently accepting new patients into my practice and look forward to speaking with you soon! I welcome the opportunity to discuss creative strategies for engaging with life challenges and strongly encourage individuals to be involved in therapy. I am mindful of both the risks and benefits inherent in the practice of the art and science of psychopharmacology. Through supporting a wholistic approach to the management of situational or biologically based problems, I believe that healthy solutions can be found. I recognize that the process can be intimidating but it is just as frequently full of joy and discovery.
(720) 523-0264
Boulder, Colorado 80302
Joanne Hodson, Psychiatric Nurse  in Colorado Springs
“I specialize in working with adolescents and adults in evaluating and prescribing psychotropic medications for issues related to depression, anxiety, bi-polar and other diagnoses. I have been a psychiatric nurse since 1987 and have worked in various settings such as inpatient, residential, day tx. and outpatient with both children/adolescents and adults. I believe that trust and compassion are the building blocks for a successful relationship with my patients. I pride myself in accurate diagnosis of my patients and coordinating care with my patient's therapist.
(719) 427-2356
Mary Cavanaugh McAfee, Psychiatric Nurse  in Fort Collins
“As a psychiatric nurse practitioner I treat a wide variety of mental health concerns. I have part of the University of Colorado Health system, Mountain Crest Behavioral Health for over ten years.
(970) 426-0126
Fort Collins, Colorado 80528
Heather Newman, Psychiatrist  in Golden
“I am an Adult Psychiatrist (MD). I love my work and am passionate about helping people get psychologically well. I believe in a collaborative approach - I will work very hard to provide you with the best possible treatment options. We will work together to enable you to achieve your goals. I can provide both therapy as well as medication treatments. I am responsible with psychiatric medication recommendations, and always careful to explain both the risks and benefits of medications. I look forward to working together and know we can achieve great outcomes in the process of healing and personal growth.
(720) 466-2054
Golden, Colorado 80401
“Jean E. Kunin
(303) 747-4756
Denver, Colorado 80218
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Gay Issues Psychiatrists
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About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Colorado (CO) is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Colorado (CO) Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in Colorado (CO) specialize in age groups (so check for Colorado (CO) child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Colorado (CO)). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in Colorado (CO), or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Colorado (CO) Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.