Offering you and your family a wide range of counseling services.

Jason Conger

Jason Conger

LCSW, LMFT
Therapist
Specialties: 
Adolescents
Couples/Marriage Therapy
Drug and Alcohol Issues
Existential (Purpose)
Family Therapy
Men’s Issues
Substance Abuse
Locations: 
Wheat Ridge - Main Office, 4891 Independence St., Suite #165, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Denver - Mile High Psycotherapy, 1777 S Bellaire St., Suite #200, Denver, CO 80222

I believe it is an honor to engage others in their journey towards meaningful and lasting change. I subscribe to an integrated approach to therapy. What this means is that I draw on my knowledge of several modalities to intervene and solve problems. I view things from a systemic lens, taking into account not only the individual, but also the environment and relationships involved with that person. Using insight, empathy and connection I help individuals, couples, and families to find resolution and healing.

Educational Background and Experience: 
Southern Connecticut State University: BS Public Health/Minor in Psychology
University of Denver: Master of Social Work
University of Denver: Interpersonal Trauma Studies Certificate
Denver Family Institute: Certification in Marriage & Family Therapy
Fatherhood Is Sacred Program: Certified Facilitator
Nurturing Parenting Program: Certified Facilitator
Expertise, Interests, Specialties: 
Depression
Anxiety
Self-worth
Partnership discord
Fostering parenting skills
Working with families on teen issues and teenage acting
Accepted Insurance: 
Cigna
Kaiser Permanente
Voucher (Jefferson or Adams Co.)

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State law prohibits Denver Family Therapy Center from collecting data from our website from individuals under age of 14. Please contact the YDAP Program Coordinator directly at 303-456-0600 ext. 138 to register for classes.


By checking this box I understand that I must be at least 14 years of age or older and that a parent or guardian will be need to be in attendance for the entire program. The purpose for involving parents in YDAP program is to ensure any issue related to the adolescent substance use or possession is adequately addressed in a collaborative process to identifying opportunities to change the course of substance use or possession.