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


Our Locations

Wheat Ridge - Main Office
4891 Independence St., Suite #165
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
(303) 456-0600

Office of Doug Parro, LPC
3033 S. Parker Road, suite #250
Aurora, CO 80014

Mile High Psychotherapy
1777 S Bellaire St., Suite #200
Denver, CO 80222

Office of Cassidy Erickson
2095 W 6th Ave, Suite #206
Broomfield, CO 80020

Office of Sharon Olson, PhD, LCSW, PLLC
4770 E. Iliff Ave., Suite #220 
Denver, CO 80222

Office of Barbara Bond, LPC, LAC, CMFT
2594 S. Lewis Way, Suite E
Lakewood, CO 80227

Office of Aurora Owen
1777 S. Harrison Street, suite #1200
Denver, CO 80210

Office of Hannah Dudley
825 East Speer Boulevard North, suite 210
Denver, CO 80218

Office of Sue White
4155 East Jewell Ave
Denver, CO 80022

Idaho Springs
Office Marianne Sandstrom
1630 Miner Street, #224
Idaho Springs, CO 80452

Office of Mike Hamerly
2687 Northpark Drive, #103
Lafayette, CO 80026




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Denver Family Therapy Center offers the highest quality of counseling services available. Since 1993, we have provided superior service to our customers and have assisted them in achieving their goals. Our twenty six years of experience and commitment to excellence have earned us the reputation as one of the best counseling centers in the Denver Metro area.

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