As a solution-focused psychotherapist and mental health nutritionist in southeast Denver, CO, my treatment approach is to provide caring support and practical skills to help my clients resolve current problems and long-standing patterns. With sensitivity and compassion, I help you find solutions to a wide range of life challenges and psychological issues.
I draw on a blend of conventional techniques and alternative styles to identify what is most helpful for each individual. I help you build on your strengths, create vibrant health and achieve your life goals. I believe that it is possible for all of us to create a life worth living!
Garden Gate Counseling
Relapse Prevention Services
Mental Health Nutritionist
Through my experience and training as a Mental Health Nutritionist, I have come to see how deeply our personal biochemistry affects our mood and behavior. I find that most of the time, we can find effective alternatives to psychiatric medication. What does it mean to be a Mental Health Nutritionist? I help my clients identify nutritionally based issues such as protein intake, blood sugar balance & hypoglycemia, food intolerances, and genetic issues in order to reduce depression, anxiety, insomnia, relapse, and even some psychotic symptoms. It is my experience that most complex disorders have both emotional and biochemical components to them. Therefore, we need to address both the same time for quick relief.
Contact Christina Veselak
As a licensed therapist in Denver, CO, Christina Veselak specializes in the use of EMDR therapy, somatic psychotherapy, inner child work, amino acid therapy, and integrative nutrition for PTSD, mood disorders, drug & alcohol addiction, and food & sugar addiction. Learn more about her treatment approach as a highly trained psychotherapist and Mental Health Nutritionist here. Serving such areas as Englewood, Aurora, Centennial, and more, Christina Veselak’s office Garden Gate Counseling is located in southeast Denver. Call her today at (303) 888-9617 or click here to request an appointment.
I want to teach people how to regulate their own emotions by teaching self-soothing skills while giving them hope for long term recovery. I do this through a variety of techniques in which an individual can take the skills taught to live a productive and addiction free life.
As a therapist, I strive to help people make new discoveries about themselves and what helps them overcome the obstacles they face. My patients trust me to guide them on their journey to achieve the goals they set for themselves. As someone who understands the transformative power of therapy, I’m passionate about learning, listening, and bringing balance and wellness to the lives of my patients. I enjoy working with people from all walks of life, and if you or someone you love is going through a difficult time of depression, anxiety, or another mental health issue, please contact me to setup a consultation.
I believe that recovery is like a four legged stool. Each leg helps the other to maintain balance. If a leg is missing then you have to keep busy trying to balance that you have no time for anything else. The four legs of recovery are physiological, psychological, social and spiritual. I believe that helping you balance these four aspect will aid you on your way to recovery and freedom from the oppression under which you have been living.