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Becky Guido

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Becky Guido - LPC

- Offers sessions in-person and online

Available on 6/2/2022 at 1:30 PM. Book appointment.

Becky describes herself as an eclectic therapist that believes in meeting the client with the form of therapy that best meets their needs.

Becky Guido

Becky Guido is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) based in Denver, CO. She started her career in mental health in 2006 when she started working with young adults on the Autism Spectrum. Her love for mental health grew and she soon found herself pursuing a career in mental health counseling. Becky received her Master of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Capella University in 2014 and has practiced in both Texas and Colorado.

Becky describes herself as an eclectic therapist that believes in meeting the client with the form of therapy that best meets their needs. She practices CBT, REBT, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, behavioral therapy, SFBT, reality therapy, person-centered therapy, and humanistic therapy. She has worked with a variety of clients from trauma survivors to clients to clients looking to enhance their wellness practice. Clients have also utilized services to explore new paths in life such as transitioning to a new career or making transitions in life.

Becky feels that finding the right therapist for you is key for your wellness journey. She strives to meet her clients where they are at and helps create the wellness journey that best fits their needs. As an eclectic therapist with strong roots in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) it is important to her to create wellness goals for you to track your progress as well as leave you a safe space to process anything that might be on your mind.

It is her goal that clients learn new tools and can process their needs as soon as possible in order to find alleviation of some of the symptoms that prompted them to engage in therapy. Whether it’s a desire to sleep better, cope with anxiety symptoms, or finding new ways to set their intentions; these are all tools that can be explored while also working on larger goals you have set.