Climate Therapists in Colorado

Find a qualified climate therapist in Colorado to help you cope with the mental and emotional impacts of the climate crisis. So whether you're a climate activist, a concerned citizen, or someone who is simply feeling overwhelmed by the climate crisis, we can help you find a therapist who can help you.

Our team has vetted a network of climate therapists in Colorado who offer high-quality, clinically rigorous care. To find a therapist who is right for you, simply browse our directory, review their profiles, and reach out to them. Many therapists offer a free initial consultation.

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FAQs about how to find a climate therapist in Colorado

What is a climate therapist?

Climate therapists are trained to help individuals and families manage their climate anxiety, burnout, grief, guilt, and PTSD related to natural disasters. They can also provide support for coping with climate-related displacement and other challenges through ecotherapy, talk therapy, or psychotherapy.

What are the benefits of working with a Colorado climate therapist?

  • Learn coping skills for managing climate anxiety and other climate-related emotions.
  • Develop resilience in the face of climate change.
  • Find support and community with others who understand your experiences.
  • Process climate grief and trauma.
  • Navigate climate-related displacement and other challenges.

What are some tips for finding a climate therapist in Colorado?

The most important factor in finding a therapist is the personal fit between client and therapist. Here are some tips for finding a good match:

  • Consider your needs. What are you hoping to achieve in therapy? Do you want to learn how to manage your climate anxiety, or do you need help coping with climate grief? Once you know what you're looking for, you can start narrowing down your search.
  • Look for a therapist who is specialized in climate therapy. Not all therapists have the training and experience to treat climate-related mental health concerns. Look for a therapist who specifically lists climate therapy as one of their areas of expertise.
  • Review thier profile. Once you've found a few potential therapists, read through their profiles to get a sense of their experience and approach. This can help you narrow down your search and find a therapist who is a good fit for you.