Psychological Services | Denver, CO
 

Carly Johnson, Psychologist, Denver CODr. Carly Johnson

Psychologist,  MA,  PsyD, LP

Dr. Carly Johnson is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist who earned her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology, Master’s in Counseling Psychology, and Certificate in Child and Adolescent Psychology from Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Illinois. She completed her clinical internship and postdoctoral residency at Community Reach Center and its affiliated public schools in Adams County, where she provided an array of psychological services.

 

Dr. Johnson approaches therapy with compassion and warm regard for clients’ diverse perspectives and unique experiences. Using an integrative and holistic philosophy, she draws from a variety of theories and techniques to address difficulties in living and to help clients and families access and make use of their own strengths and inner resources. Throughout treatment, Dr. Johnson seeks to empower clients, provide tools for coping, and bridge connections between thoughts, feelings, and actions to allow for awareness and healing. An important component of her work with clients is experiential, which involves exploring how interactions in the “here and now” of therapy can extend to other aspects of clients’ lives. She believes that a trusting and safe therapeutic relationship can build foundation for increased insight, expanded awareness, meaningful goals, and positive changes. Dr. Johnson’s ultimate goal is to collaborate with her clients on their paths toward purposeful and fulfilled lives.

 

Currently, Dr. Johnson offers individual, group, couple, and family therapies as well as clinical outreach and psychological assessment services. She is also experienced in therapy with children and adolescents in public and private school settings, residential treatment with high-risk youth in the custody of the state, and outpatient community mental health center services. Dr. Johnson is passionately dedicated to her extensive recovery-oriented work with children and adults who have experienced a variety of traumas and losses.

 

 

Dr. Crystal Wildes

Psychologist,  MA,  PsyD, LP

Dr. Crystal Wildes is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist. She earned her Doctorate and Master of Arts degrees in Clinical Psychology from Illinois School of Professional Psychology in Chicago, Illinois, as well as her Master of Science in Community Counseling from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. She completed her clinical internship and postdoctoral residency with Community Reach Center in Commerce City, Colorado where she worked with several treatment teams providing individual, family, group, and clinical outreach services.

 

Dr. Wildes has been recognized as a member of the National Register of Health Service Psychologists and is an active member of the American Psychological Association (APA), Colorado Psychological Association (CPA), Association for Play Therapy, and EMDR International Association (EMDRIA). Dr. Wildes has twelve years of experience working and training in a variety of settings, including residential treatment, community mental health, outpatient clinics, and non-profit organizations. Dr. Wildes has worked with individuals and families of all ages, as well as adjudicated youth, at-risk teens, and families involved with social services. Dr. Wildes has specialty areas of trauma recovery, including having been trained in EMDR. She also has expertise in play therapy and enjoys teaching parenting classes with a special interest in attachment.

 

Dr. Wildes has a passion and desire to help individuals and families find the happiness and change they are seeking. With an optimistic belief about the human spirit, she believes the therapeutic relationship and experience are powerful catalysts to positive growth. She enjoys the flexibility and authenticity that being in private practice allows for and appreciates working with clients at their pace to reach their unique goals. She takes an integrative approach to her work with an attachment based, systems perspective focused on issues related to trauma.

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