Therapists in Denver
Dr. Julio Brionez
Dr. Julio Brionez
Thank you for visiting this page. As a psychologist and human, my passions are suicide prevention through action, connection, and therapy. I come to this work with a compassionate lens and training to reduce suicide using two types of therapy (e.g., ACT, and BCBT). Conversely, I am a suicide survivor, attempt survivor, and psychologist licensed to practice in Wyoming, Colorado, and Montana. Remote therapy only.
Feeling distraught about your relationships or sexuality? My role in this relationship is to guide you as you take steps towards positive life changes, healing, and a healthy mind. I am here to help you meet your goals, create more self-awareness, feel empowered, and embody the best version of yourself. I seek to help clients strengthen their relationships with themselves as well as others. My philosophy is that healing lies within our connection to others. Together, we can explore what may be holding you back from being your authentic self, improving your relationships, and living a balanced life.
I am a sex positive therapist. Diverse genders, relationships and sexualities are welcomed and affirmed. Working with couples is an area in which I am very passionate. I draw upon attachment theory, mindfulness techniques, a person-centered approach, and cognitive behavioral therapy to provide clients with counseling that best fits their needs.
Reach out to Respark Therapy for a free phone consult. I am non-judgmental and affirming to all lifestyles, orientations, and relationship practices. I work with Respark Therapy and Associates under Heather McPherson, LPC-S, LMFT-S, AASECT Certified Sex Therapist.
Therapy with me is engaging and thought-provoking. I will encourage you to explore and help you change how you relate to your thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and beliefs in an environment where you feel safe to be yourself and where you feel heard and accepted. I work with people who seek deeper meaning in their lives, greater understanding of themselves, and who are interested in “leaving no stone unturned” in the search for greater self-understanding and self-acceptance. Doing the hard work of therapy takes courage, commitment, and time. But it is worth it and the changes you seek in your life are possible. You will find me to have a calming and approachable demeanor, and to be caring and easy to talk to.
I draw from many schools of thought, but my goal is always to foster awareness and curiosity about your experiences of life, and to give you tools to help you overcome the obstacles you face so you can create a life you enjoy living.
Are you struggling with your relationships and sexuality? Looking for a specialist that can make talking about sex easier? I’m an AASECT Certified Sex Therapist and Relationship Specialist. We offer a holistic, gentle yet direct, and tailored approach that includes well-researched theories with a relational foundation. Issues can include communication, fear of sex, relationship conflicts, constant fighting, desire differences, sexual orientation, sexual dysfunction or dissatisfaction, polyamorous/open or kink relationships, “sex or porn addiction” or problematic sexual behaviors, infidelity, trauma or sexless marriages.
Welcome to CBT Gym. Using Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), my specialty is helping gay, bi and straight men learn tools to overcome anxiety and thrive. Unlike some traditional talking therapies, CBT is a practical and tools based approach to therapy that begins to work fast and the effects last long after your sessions end. Get the tools. Start thriving! Remote therapy only.
Whether you are struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, lack of self-worth, or self-doubt, I help people uncover the root causes of their issues and find a way out.
As a therapist, I actively participate in therapy conversations, providing feedback, teaching you skills, and helping you work through problems or unhealthy patterns. I balance being supportive with also challenging my clients in ways that help them grow.
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