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Congratulations on taking charge of your mental health. Use our directory to find a therapist that is right for you.

All of our partner therapists work with men and have a relationship with Fishing the Good Fight. 

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Can't afford the full price of therapy? We provide help. Choose a therapist below and ask them about financial assistance through Fishing the Good Fight. If you are already working with a therapist and need help, request it here.


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Research shows that the most important variable in the effectiveness of therapy is the relationship between client and therapist, or the “therapeutic alliance.” So, allow me to introduce myself! I grew up in Evergreen, Colorado. I attended Western Colorado University in Gunnison, Colorado and graduated with a B.A. in Outdoor Leadership. I went on to instruct wilderness backpacking courses, climbing trips, and mountaineering adventures for adolescents and young adults for over a decade. During that time, I worked at numerous organizations including the Colorado Outward Bound School, Colorado Mountain College, and the Eagle Rock School. During my graduate studies at Naropa University, I was offered a therapist intern position at People House, a non-profit that offers reduced fee counseling for people in the Denver area. This experience and community shaped who I would become as a therapist. I graduated from Naropa University with a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. After graduating, I went on to work at a small therapy group practice in Boulder called the Metis Center and served men in addiction recovery at a treatment center called Choice House for two years. I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado. I have many interests aside from counseling which enable me to show up fully in the therapy seat. I enjoy rock climbing, backpacking, traveling, and most of all, practicing the martial art of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. I also love spending time with friends and family, and logging quality time with my wife. I believe that life is filled with challenges that we are not meant to take on alone. Having a variety of experiences in outdoor education, community-based non-profits and addiction treatment enables me to bring a variety of perspectives into the room with clients. I approach each relationship as valuable and I utilize a collaborative, strengths-based approach with each individual I work with. I integrate a variety of theoretical lenses which allow for new experiences to take place. These include Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Contemplative Psychotherapy, as well as Psychodramatic, existential, and Experiential modalities. I love watching clients take charge of their lives, and step into more autonomy, bravery, and ownership of their story through the therapeutic process. Through our work together, you will gain increased self-awareness, authenticity, and practical tools to help you deal with life’s difficulties. Together, change is possible. Contact info: (720) 441-3484



Does talking about your feelings sounds as fun as having a root canal? Have you been told by someone you need to get help but fear opening Pandora’s box because you aren’t sure what will spill out? Why would you want to talk about your feelings if it is going to suck right? Those are all good questions and ones I have asked myself. Over the years I have realized through dealing with challenges in my own life that learning to Embrace the Suck in life is important. Change is not unicorns and rainbows; it can be ugly and dirty. That's where I come in. I have 10 years of experience helping individuals who struggle with PTSD, anger, depression and anxiety. I help people who have looked in the mirror and not recognized the person staring back at them or have ever wondered " how in the hell did I end up here". I am trained in many different types of therapy such as CBT, EFT, CPT and DBT and can help you! If you are new therapy, or reluctant to dive into and deal with the crap that is coming up in life, I can help. Together, we can get to the core of what is making you feel stressed out and overwhelmed. I’m passionate about helping people talk about and work through their feelings even when it’s really the last thing they want to do. Call me if I can help! Call or Email Embrace The Suck Therapy, LLC for a free 15 minute consultation now - (720) 640-8918



I consider myself to be genuine, compassionate and enthusiastic about the work that I do. Specializing in working with men from all walks of life, I strive to provide exceptional psychotherapy tailored specifically to each individual client and their unique needs. This begins with a skills based approach, allowing for relief and support with day to day challenges and follows up with a trauma informed and psychodynamic approach that supports lasting progress and wellbeing. From time to time, I work with my co-therapist in training, Cooper, a French Bulldog Puppy. While finding a therapist can be difficult, I am always happy to make referrals and recommendations for you to find the services you need to be the best you that you can be! (720)515-3563

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I work with individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, men’s issues, relationship issues, parenting and performance anxiety. I was a part of a Men’s group called The Man Kind Project, which helped me redefine myself as a father, partner, brother, friend, community member and as a man. Volunteering and service is important to me, from Special Olympics to Reading for Peace, and have had the privilege to be a counselor for the Boulder EXPAND program’s Outdoor Adventure Camp. I received my master’s in counseling from the University of Colorado at Denver and have training in Non-Violent Communication, Relational Life Therapy and IFS. For the past 30 years it has been my passion and profession to teach, perform, compose, and record music ranging from classical to jazz to rock.

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Hi, I am Robbie, a holistic wilderness therapist here to guide you on your therapeutic journey. Each step you take towards becoming your best self is something to honor. Life can be extremely challenging but if we have assistance and meaningful practices along the way, the journey seems more inviting and more alive. Let's face it, we are constantly changing just like nature changes from season to season. If we become more aware of our changes and give them space for expression, I feel we transition in a way that feels fluid and organic. Individuals and couples who work with me are seeking a deeper, more meaningful connection with themselves and their partners. I use a blend of Somatic (body-based), Wilderness (nature-based), Internal Family Systems (parts work), and Person-Centered therapies. For couples, I use a blend of The Gottman Method, Terry Real’s Relational Life Therapy, and Attachment-based Counseling. I have found that successful relationships start within yourself and once you begin to find love and acceptance for all parts of yourself, it makes it easier and more enjoyable to be in a relationship with another human being. (720)805-4639


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I've been married for over 20 years with 2 kids and worked everything from construction to casinos to being a police officer. My bachelor's degree is in business, masters in counseling. That coupled with being a licensed therapist and licensed addictions counselor for years now, helps me to understand life from multiple points of view. I've worked in emergency rooms, as an intensive care coordinator writing roughly 50 residential assessments, and as a clinical director at a residential facility working with adolescents and their families. My approach to therapy includes meeting clients where they are at and employ whatever therapeutic approach fits them however, I tend to go with CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) as it's one of the most empirically tested and proven approaches that works well for most. I'm also a licensed addictions counselor and have been trained in EMDR. I come from a position of the client being the expert in their life where they know where they've been, what they've learned and experienced, and what they are struggling with. I do so with NO judgement! We've all experienced people and situations in our lives where we weren't at our best or made the best decisions. We've all been exposed to the same where things were out of our control and we simply did the best we could. My goal is for them to leave with tools to achieve higher functioning. Email me directly at

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Hi I am Brian Williams. I am a licensed therapist and avid fly fisherman! I have been working in the field of mental health for 15+ years and have been a licensed therapist for 6 years. I believe in people and I believe in you. I believe you contain the capacity to heal. My goal is to help you harness your inner strength to improve your own capacity for self-healing. My job as your therapist is to help you rediscover a core sense of self that may feel lost due to trauma, unhealthy relationship patterns, grief and loss, abuse, and the other challenges that come into our lives and damage our core sense of who we are. I can help you rediscover what has worked for you, as well as teach new tools. Please feel free to reach out with questions or to set up a free consultation. Brian Williams, MA LPC 333 W Drake Road Suite 14 Fort Collins, CO 80526 970-657-3400

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