Julia Olson, MA, LPCC

Julia Olson, MA, LPCC

Professions: Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, Mental Health Counseling
License Status: I'm a registered professional.
Primary Credential: Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate - LPCC.0014519
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1-800-651-8085 ext. 27495
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2810 N Speer Blvd
Denver, Colorado 80211
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Fees: $120 per 50-minute session

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If you struggle to find peace in your professional, social, romantic, or home life, I might be a helpful resource. You may be experiencing depression and anxiety in connection with your relationships, a life-altering event, or simply the difficulty that goes along with the past repeating itself. Whatever your struggle may be, therapy can help.

I offer a kind, safe, creative, and collaborative therapeutic environment, promoting a deep sense of self-acceptance for those seeking to improve their quality of life and relationships. Uncovering value, meaning, new perspective, hope, confidence, and joy is attainable through a therapeutic process of self-discovery and meaning-making. I look forward to getting to know you!

Email or Call Julia Olson, MA, LPCC at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 27495

More Info About My Practice

While I do not accept insurance, I offer adjusted rates based on individual financial struggles.

How Psychotherapy Can Help

Entering into a psychotherapeutic relationship is a wonderful way to declare ownership over your unique experience. Through this collaborative, helping relationship, you will be opened up to new perspectives surrounding your struggles, learn to embrace a natural reflex for creative problem-solving, and engage in meaningful conversations towards transformation and wellbeing. While an important part of psychotherapy is to feel heard, valued, and understood by your therapist, it is also a wonderful way to uncover previously unnoticed or undervalued gifts and strengths.

My View on the Purpose of Psychotherapy

I'm humanistic at heart. I believe people are inherently good and equipped with the creative capacity to lead healthful and fulfilling lives. With this in mind, I believe psychotherapy's purpose is to create a safe and open-minded atmosphere where people can explore their struggles, process important feelings and emotions, discover previously unnoticed strengths or gifts, and generate clarity and meaning towards renewal and hope. Strongly influenced by narrative therapy and its focus on a collaborative client-counselor relationship, I view individuals as active creators in finding solutions to their own challenges. Psychotherapy is your process!

What I Love about Being a Psychotherapist

I love that I get to carefully witness, be a part of, and help guide important transformational life periods, where people can rise from a time of great strife and turmoil with a newfound hope and confidence in oneself. An example of this is the process of moving through adolescence into adulthood. While this journey can be quite tumultuous and painful at times, taking into consideration the wave of emotional, mental, physical, and environmental change at hand, it also has the potential to be one of the most beautiful and growth-enhancing life transitions.

My Guiding Ethical Principles

As a psychotherapist with a deep respect for any adult, child, or adolescent who is courageous enough to enter into the unfamiliar therapeutic process, I am guided by the ethical principle to foster a safe, warm, and non-judgmental environment. I carry with me a strong faith in and dedication to the process of change.

How My Own Struggles Made Me a Better Therapist

For much of my adolescence and early adulthood I struggled to find confidence. For example, I felt out of place for having a more spacial and emotional type of intelligence over the more widely accepted verbal or mathematical (I could never take a standardized test very well!). This feeling of being different was a great source of shame for me and I suffered from feelings of low self-worth. And while I'd like to say that now, as a therapist, I am completely "healed," it is actually not the truth. My negative feelings still surface from time to time, but I now recognize them as important reminders of my own humanity, my need to have compassion for my clients, to stay away from fear and judgment, and to move more towards curiosity and understanding. My struggle to find self-confidence is in fact what made me a better therapist. I could not do this work without having had that experience.

Services I Provide

  • Consultation
  • Family Therapy
  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Therapy & Counseling
  • Marriage, Couples, or Relationship Counseling
  • Mediation

Ages I Work With

  • Teens
  • Adults
  • Elders

Languages

  • English

Groups I Work With

    Adults facing depression and/or anxiety; adults struggling in relationships; adults facing grief/loss or major life transitions; teens with learning differences; adults facing career struggles; adults moving through separation or divorce; creative individuals; children/teens of divorce or separation

Client Concerns I Treat

  • Academic Concerns
  • Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions
  • Aggression and Violence
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar
  • Blended Family Issues
  • Career Choice
  • Child and/or Adolescent Issues
  • Control Issues
  • Creative Blocks
  • Depression
  • Divorce / Divorce Adjustment
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Self-Confidence
  • Self-Esteem
  • Self-Harm

Types of Therapy

  • Humanistic Psychology
  • Integration of different therapy models
  • Narrative Therapy

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