Welcome to Denver Therapists

Things I can help you with:






Existential Crisis

Life Transitions and Changes

Life Purpose

Midlife Crisis

Personal growth and development


Career and work issues

About me

When was the last time you felt like you could completely be yourself? How often have you really felt like someone understood you? Our therapy sessions will be a confidential and safe place where you can come as you are and a place where you will be heard, understood, and accepted just as you are. In session I am supportive, curious, and genuine. I will hold space for you to experience your thoughts and emotions and work to appropriately challenge you at times as well.

I take an approach that incorporates aspects of humanistic, cognitive, existential, and psychodynamic counseling and is personalized to your individual needs. I can help you transform the way you understand and relate to your thoughts, beliefs, emotions and behaviors. I believe that by increasing awareness of ourselves and our patterns we have the power to change the patterns that either aren’t working anymore or maybe never have worked. I help my clients achieve greater mental well-being, decreased symptoms of anxiety or depression, greater confidence, and a sense of ease and control in their lives.

Before I became a therapist, I worked in the corporate world for 15 years in positions in the banking and finance, software, and corporate real estate sectors so I understand what it means to have a highly demanding job and how that can impact mental health.

When I am not in my therapy office, you will likely find me playing blues riffs on my electric guitar, reading a good book, walking in a park, or attempting to cook.

If you feel overwhelmed and ready for change in your life, I invite you to click the orange button and schedule a free consultation. I am looking forward to talking with you!

Ryan Ramsey MA, LPCC

Qualifications and Education

LPCC-Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate – State of Colorado permit # LPCC.0017398

Master of Arts, Clinical Mental Health Counseling – University of Northern Colorado

Bachelor of Arts, Cum Laude, Psychology – Metropolitan State University of Denver



You may have felt pressure to succeed your whole life. It may have been pressure from your family: a highly successful parent, a family legacy to live up to, or just a family culture where second-best was never enough. As a result, you may find yourself stuck in a cycle of always achieving but never feeling good enough, not liking yourself, and feeling a lack of joy, freedom, and ease in your life.

I help people who struggle with perfectionism learn to break free from old patterns and finally find true self-acceptance, freedom, and joy.

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People Pleasers

You’re caring, conscientious, and considerate. People consider you a “nice person”. You strive to make other people happy and to make a good impression. You feel a sense of duty or obligation to others and often avoid conflict. Because you spend so much time taking care of others, you aren’t getting what you want in your life and feel resentment, a sense of loss, or even feel anxious or depressed. I help people like you – nice guys/girls and people-pleasers – gain confidence, become more assertive, and get what they want from life. We will work together to help you understand the patterns in your life and how to break out of them so you can start living life on your terms instead of everyone else’s.

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Career Transitions

Your work may have been exciting or fulfilling at one time but it is beginning to consume your life and feels more and more meaningless. You feel a nagging sense that something needs to change but you aren’t sure what to do or how to do it. Leaving your career behind both excites and terrifies you but the thought of staying for another 10, 20, or 30 years depresses you. I help people like you explore who they are, what they what, and figure out where they want to go.