Psychotherapy for Adults

Sara Marley, LCSW

Office in the Stapleton neighborhood, Denver CO 80238

(303) 903-7862











Therapeutic Approach

My professional focus is providing psychotherapy for adults age 18 and above. My approach is influenced by intensive training and experience in psychodynamic therapy, relational therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness techniques. Each individual patient has unique reasons for seeking psychotherapy at a certain point in time. My clinical approach utilizes all of my varied training and experience to meet the needs of the patient in my office.

I believe that life is a process of becoming. Increased awareness, self-acceptance and ultimately, empathy for ourselves can provide opportunities to heal old wounds and create new paths and transitions towards fulfillment.

I value a person-centered approach in psychotherapy which involves meeting a patient where she is and providing guidance through a change process, encouraging the discovery of voice, wisdom and knowing from within.

Strengths of my approach focus on these areas:

Mother and ChildAbout Me

My years of experience as a social worker includes providing direct counseling services to individuals and groups, supervising clinical graduate students, as well as consulting organizations in the Denver area offering mental health services to women.

I am a licensed clinical social worker in the state of Colorado since 2001 and am a graduate of the University of Denver Graduate School of Social Work. Since 2004, I have worked as the Clinical Director of Project WISE, a local non-profit organization offering mental health services to women. I opened a private practice full-time about 10 years ago.


Office Location

I have a home office located in the Stapleton neighborhood (near Westerly Creek Elementary School) in Denver. There are four stairs up to a front porch to enter the private office. There is street parking.

I will provide the address upon the scheduling of an appointment.


"Life is a process of becoming" - A. Nin