Lindsay Rojas, LCSW, AASW
Office Phone Number
303-867-4624 Ext. 124
Cell Phone Number
Google Voice: 720-432-0604
License and/or Certifications
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Animal Assisted Therapist (AASW)

My approach to therapy is that it is most effective when it is client-driven. I strive to create a nonjudgmental space of acceptance and validation that honors uniqueness and encourages vulnerability. In doing so, I am able to support clients in making progress toward goals that they themselves identify, rather than what is predetermined by others.

Through Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavior Therapy, I work with clients across the lifespan to explore how thought patterns and core beliefs impact the way they see themselves. My work centers on offering additional perspectives, rather than merely giving advice. In order to assist clients in best meeting their goals, I specialize in using adaptive and creative learning approaches that best meet their unique needs. As an Animal-Assisted Therapist, I partner with my therapy dog, Dante, to support others through this creative, experiential therapeutic modality when appropriate.

As a bilingual and bicultural clinician, I am passionate about providing trauma-informed, culturally grounded services to clients. I believe in honoring diversity and intersectionality of identity in all forms. My therapeutic orientation acknowledges cultural identity, historical trauma, and intergenerational disparities, recognizing that their significance can oftentimes go unrecognized within mental health and society at large.

Hablo español y ofrezco servicios en su idioma.

Client Type
Children, Adolescents (13-18), Young Adults (18-24), Adults, Seniors, LGBTQ, Veterans and Military Service
Services Provided
Individual Psychotherapy, Family Therapy, Adolescent Therapy, Clinical Supervision and Consultation, Psychological Assessment and Evaluation, Distance/Teletherapy, Play Therapy, Bilingual Counseling
Concerns and Issues
Anger Management, Anxiety, Adoption Issues, Attachment Issues, Childhood Issues/Abuse, Codependency, Control Issues, College Adjustment, Divorce/Divorce Adjustment, Depression, Domestic Violence, Death/Dying, Explosive Behaviors, Emotional Intelligence, Emotional Overwhelm, Family of Origin Issues, Grief and Loss, Immigration/Adaptation/Cultural Transition, Intercultural Relationships, Identity Issues, Life Transitions and Adjustments, Life Purpose and Meaning, LGBTQ-Related Issues, Mindfulness, Men’s Issues, Multi-Cultural Issues, Non-Binary Gender Identity, Personal Growth, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Stress Management, Self-Esteem/Self-Worth, Shame, School Issues, Step/Blended Family, Trauma/Abuse, Trust Issues, Women’s Issues
Attachment Theory, Client Centered, Cognitive Behavioral, Empowerment/Strengths-Based, Object Relations, Play Therapy, Psychodynamic, Psychoanalytic, Relational/Interpersonal, Solution Focused, Systematic Therapy, Trauma Informed
English, Spanish
Education 1
University of Notre Dame, 2014, Bachelor of Arts - Psychology & Latino Studies
Education 2
University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work, 2017, Master of Social Work
Education 3
Bergin University of Canine Studies, 2019, Master of Science - Canine Life Sciences
In practice since
Sliding Scale
Accepts Credit Cards
Accepts Insurance
Types of Insurance Accepted

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