Meet Angie Linhof, MA, MFTC
Greenwood Village Couples Therapy
Relationships can be messy. It’s easy and normal to get stuck in a negative cycle of relating to one another. It just means you are human! My name is Angie Linhof, and I’d love to help you learn how to sort through the mess to begin hearing and really understanding each other.
Relationships can also be painful. It hurts when you lose a sense of connection with your partner or yourself, in spite of all your efforts.
Healing and change are always possible. As your guide, I can help you find each other again and strengthen the bonds that brought you together. Sometimes, you just need some support and guidance to tap into the strengths that have been a part of you and your relationship all along.
Let’s work together to get you out of the messy and painful to creating your beautiful and fulfilling relationship.
I offer Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy for:
- Communication, arguments, misunderstandings
- Premarital and Marriage Preparation
- Conflict around finances, parenting, in-laws
- Affair Recovery
- Sexual concerns
I welcome all identities and experiences and celebrate cultural diversity. I am LGBTQIA+ affirming.
Greenwood Village Individual Therapy
Perhaps you are here because something in your important relationships isn’t working. Maybe you argue when you mean to talk or get the opposite reactions from what you hoped or tried hard to achieve. Maybe you are feeling lonely and not understood
Perhaps you are here because you’ve been through something difficult, and you need a safe place to talk and sort it all out.
I want to help you tap into the power of your words and stories. Our stories are things we believe about ourselves and our relationships. Often, these stories can be imposed on us by family, society, school, work or peers. Sometimes, those narratives simply don’t fit us.
Together, we can work to explore and re-write those narratives into stories of resilience. Let’s shape those stories into ones of well-being, while honoring who you are and what you’ve experienced.
I provide Individual Emotionally Focused Therapy and Narrative Therapy for:
- Grief and loss
What is it like to work with me?
Life is inherently stressful and choosing a therapist can sometimes feel like a daunting and overwhelming process. That is why I do my best to create an environment of acceptance, trust, and transparency for my clients. Throughout this entire process, we will work together and I will ask for your feedback regarding your experience.
My approach is to listen to my clients without judgment and provide a safe and welcoming environment within which we can explore the diversity of life’s experiences together.
People who work with me say they experience a genuine warmth and authentic presence and feel relaxed and comfortable working with me because I am grounded, curious, and open-minded.
My goal is not to tell you what to do, but to empower you and work alongside you as we tap into your unique individual and relationship strengths and explore new ways of being and relating to the important people in your life.
Greenwood Village Children/Teen Therapy:
- Play therapy
- Life transitions such as adjusting to a new school, divorce, blended family life
- Grief and loss
- Co-parenting; divorce; blended family adjustment
- Families looking to increase connection or improve communication
- Help setting boundaries; exploring family roles and rules
Angie Linhof, MFTC Background:
After receiving my Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Texas, I worked as a research assistant studying mood disorders, and volunteered working with children and adolescents in a psychiatric hospital.
My time working with clients in research-based and hospital settings left me wanting to create deeper, more meaningful connections with others, which encouraged me to pursue additional training and brought me to the University of Colorado Denver where I received my Master of Arts in Counseling, specializing in Couple and Family Therapy.
During my internship I provided therapy to individual college students, couples, and families at the CU Denver Student and Community Counseling Center and supplemented my hours by participating in Family Week at the Center for Dependency, Addiction, and Rehabilitation (CeDAR) and volunteering at the Hazledon Betty Ford Children’s Program. I am passionate about helping couples and families reconnect and form stronger bonds and am currently pursuing certification in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy
In my free time, you can find me spending time in the mountains during all four seasons with my husband and sweet cattle dog Ella, skiing, hiking, riding my bike outside, creating something new in the kitchen, or relaxing with a cup of coffee and a good book.
Schedule with Angie Linhof, MFTC
To schedule with Angie Linhof, call 303-513-8975, X1 or book online here: