My Approach to Helping
Relationship Conflicts? Anxiety? Depression? Extramarital issues? Work Conflicts?
I hope that it reassures you to know that I am a Ph.D. Licensed Psychologist and have been in full time private practice for over 35 years.
My specialization is providing individual counseling to adults in times of emotional confusion and relationship conflicts.
Are you......Feeling overwhelmed? Hurt and confused about the conflict in your intimate relationships?,
Involved in an unhealthy relationship and questioning your marital commitment?
Highly self critical, and frequently questioning your judgement,behavior and feelings?
Trying to balance work, marriage, family life while feeling overwhelmed and frustrated?
Feeling "stuck in various aspects of your life and unclear about what to do now?
My role as a psychologist is to provide you with a confidential, caring and professional setting to privately address your concerns.
From the first session, your counseling goals and objectives will guide the counseling process.
Our work together will help you build your strengths and resources so you can find real and long-lasting solutions to the issues that concern you.
I have spent many years working with individuals of different ages, backgrounds and circumstances. This experience has given me a strong belief in the resilience of people and their capacity to develop new skills that will help them create a more emotionally satisfying life.
You don't have to continue to feel discouraged. Change is possible.
"Please review the video on this page below this text, my website (DrDavid Milner@DenverPsychologist.org) or feel comfortable to email me (DrDavidMilner@gmail.com) at the email address listed above or text me at 303-619-0855.
Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you."
David I. Milner, Ph.D.
More Info About My Practice
When choosing a psychologist, it is important to choose someone who has the professional experience, counseling approach, and personality style that is a "good match" for you. The information in this section will give you an overview of my professional, educational and personal history. Please let me know if you have any additional questions about this background information that would be helpful to you.
My therapeutic orientation is rooted in concepts and principles from humanistic psychology, cognitive behavioral therapy, strength-based, future-focused counseling, and acceptance and commitment therapy. My professional experience has been gained in diverse settings over the past 35 years and includes work with individual adults, couples, and families.
Psychologist, Private Practice, Denver Individuals and Couples
Clinical Associate, University of Denver School of Professional Psychology- Supervision of doctoral students.
Psychologist, Arvada Counseling Services, Arvada Private Clinic
Psychologist, Denver Public Schools- Consultation, Counseling, Research
Psychologist, Northwest Denver Community Mental Health Clinic- Counseling families, children and adults
Director, Denver Youth Services Alternative School Program
Counselor, Denver Juvenile Court Halfway House
Vista Volunteer Community Projects, Denver
PRO-BONO COMMUNITY SERVICE
Since 1988, I've been providing pro-bono counseling and consultation services to organizations, including:
Mental Health Association of Colorado
Colorado Coalition for the Homeless
Allied Housing for the Elderly and Disabled
Ph.D., Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
M.A., Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado
B.A., Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Massachusetts
Licensed Psychologist. Colorado Board of Psychological Examiners. #679, 1981
American Psychological Association
Colorado Psychological Association
My wife and I met in Colorado after college when we were both doing community mental health work. My wife is an educational consultant in the field of literacy instruction. We have been married for over 40 years, and we have a son and a daughter, who are both married and engaged in professional careers.
My personal interests are varied and include tennis, skiing, photography, hiking, traveling, and reading in psychology, biography, history and philosophy.