Trey Cole, PsyD

Trey Cole, PsyD

Professions: Mental Health Counseling, Psychology, Psychotherapy
License Status: I'm a registered professional.
Primary Credential: Registered Psychotherapist
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1-800-651-8085 ext. 34886
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1777 S. Bellaire Street, Suite 450
Denver, Colorado 80222 - United States
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Billing and Insurance

I don't currently accept insurance, but I can provide documentation if clients wish to submit to an insurance company for "out of network" benefit coverage

Fees: I provide a free one session consultation, as I believe that our "fit" is the most important aspect to deciding if we want to work together. After that session, I operate on a sliding scale, and I will work with you to reduce barriers in seeking psychotherapy services.

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My approach to psychotherapy is one that places relationship at the center, whether this is the relationship that we create in the context of our work together or those that you maintain in your personal/professional life. As such, my goal is to create a new, unique therapy with each and every person I meet, and I place absolute importance on making sure you feel supported and understood. With this as the basis of our work, I strongly believe that we can make sense of your concerns together and find ways to help you live more meaningfully and in line with what you want.

Email or Call Trey Cole, PsyD at 1-800-651-8085 ext. 34886

More Info About My Practice

I have worked in the mental health field for ten years and in a myriad of settings. Currently, in my practice, I work with individuals and groups, and I have specialized in working with individuals grieving a loss, have experienced emotional trauma, or who have been diagnosed with a personality disorder, and military/veterans.. Additionally, I offer a grief and loss group, where individuals grieving a loss of any kind can come to feel supported.

How Psychotherapy Can Help

Seeking psychotherapy can feel scary, uncertain, and vulnerable; as such, I have always felt honored that someone would bravely allow me to share in his or her life story. My approach to psychotherapy is one that focuses on illuminating and understanding how you experience the world, and clarifying how the implicit and explicit components of your experience may be reconsidered in the context of the therapeutic relationship. With new experiences created through our work together, these experiences can then be extended into your relationships with others outside of therapy. Rather than try to impose change on you or direct solutions from my fallible experience, what makes my approach to psychotherapy different is the focus on making sense of your experience so that you may hear your own voice more clearly and accurately.

How My Own Struggles Made Me a Better Therapist

I began my mental health career in the United States Army, where I worked for approximately six years. I traveled and worked in many different places and settings, including overseas deployments and combat tours. During this time, I experienced emotional trauma first-hand and learned the importance of having a meaningful support system, which included personal/professional relationships and even seeking my own psychotherapy. Unfortunately, mental health resources were not always available and the stigma surrounding one seeking these resources could be viewed unfavorably. As such, I made it my passion to provide the best possible service and remove barriers to those seeking it.

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Services I Provide

  • Clinical Supervision
  • Consultation
  • Group Therapy
  • Individual Therapy & Counseling
  • Psychological Evaluation

Ages I Work With

  • Teens
  • Adults
  • Elders

Languages

  • English

Groups I Work With

    Emotional Trauma (i.e. posttraumatic stress, adjustment), individuals grieving a loss, individuals diagnosed with a personality disorder, military and veteran issues

Client Concerns Within Your Scope of Practice

  • Abandonment
  • Adjusting to Change / Life Transitions
  • Grief, Loss, and Bereavement
  • Life Purpose / Meaning / Inner-Guidance
  • Military and Veterans Issues
  • Posttraumatic Stress / Trauma
  • Shame
  • Worthlessness

Types of Therapy

  • Existential Psychotherapy
  • Focusing
  • Humanistic Psychology
  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy
  • Person Centered / Rogerian
  • Psychodynamic

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