Feel better and create lasting change
Therapy isn’t a sign of weakness.
It’s the brave first step to living a more full life.
Life can be challenging and downright hard at times. Difficulty can result from a traumatic incident, many years of being stuck in a negative habit or sometimes from reasons you can’t explain. The good news is however, you don’t have to go it alone. And there’s no shame in asking for help.
Talking with a trained, compassionate therapist can help you approach life’s struggles from a new, informed perspective. In our safe, confidential and supportive environment, you’ll have room to express, explore and re-integrate parts of yourself you may have buried within in order to cope through difficult situations. It’s from this more-whole vantage point that you’ll begin to breakaway from old, limiting patterns. Then, as you begin to see and feel more choice in your world, you’ll be able make new decisions aligned with your vision and live a more full life.
The foundation of our therapy is that the person is not the problem; the problem is the problem. With this in mind, healing can begin at a deep level. Using evidence-based techniques and therapies, the goal of therapy is that clients leave counseling feeling better about themselves, gain understanding about how they arrived at the point they are at and then are able use the tools we work with in therapy, to set themselves up for success in the future.
Have negative thoughts overtaken your mind?
Are abuse or trauma memories keeping you jumpy and afraid?
Do you have specific phobias or fears keeping you stuck?
Do you feel anxious more often than you would like?
Struggling with depression?
Feeling stuck in the same old ruts?
Let Dr. Carrie McCrudden help you break these negative cycles and stop them from controlling your life. Relief is waiting for you!
A licensed, Colorado Psychologist, Dr. Carrie McCrudden offers therapeutic services to both individuals and families. Trained in multiple theories and modalities such as EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance Commitment Therapy to name a few, Dr. Carrie helps clients work through pain from depression, anxiety, PTSD, mood disorders and other life challenges.
Dr. Carrie’s practice is located in Denver at 2855 N. Speer Boulevard. Her office hours are Monday through Thursday with daytime and some evening appointments available. If you’re not sure that therapy is for you, Dr. Carrie offers brief phone consultations. Learn more about our office on the FAQ page. You can also call Dr. Carrie at 303-355-6682 or email her below for more information.