Would you like to know yourself on a deeper level and refocus on what’s truly important to you? I provide compassionate perspective to stuck situations, while you are the ultimate expert in achieving your goals.

If you have stress in your life, let’s alleviate your anxiety together. I can help you to learn skills like communication, mood stabilizing awareness, breathing techniques and easy ways of caring for your health. If your relationships have been tense, let’s make them fun again! I can help you to find a more mindful intimacy in all of your connections.

I encourage you to challenge yourself and do the work it takes to live the life you want.

I have been a counselor since 2008 and have 10 full-time years of college, graduate and post-graduate training as a psychotherapist. I most enjoy working with relationships of all kinds – improving connection, intimacy and fulfillment.

Standard 50 min sessions are $125 and 80 min sessions (ideal for relationship work) are $175. I offer sliding scale on a case by case basis and about a third of my clients attend therapy for significantly less than my full rate. I am available for day/evening/weekend appointments. Contact me for a free 30 minute initial session or phone/email consultation. 

I was named on Thumbtack’s Best Counselors of 2015 list.  You can click on the icon below and scroll to the bottom of the page to read reviews of my work on the Thumbtack website:                                Psychotherapy & Counseling


Indigo Stray, psychotherapist

Degrees & Certifications:

Gallatin at New York University :
BA in The Visual & Physical Expression of Emotion
California Institute of Integral Studies :
MA in Somatic Counseling Psychology
Denver Family Institute :
Post-Graduate Certification in Marriage & Family Therapy
The Gottman Institute :
Level 1 Research Based Approach to Couples Therapy

Co-Director & Psychotherapist at Mile High Psychotherapy
Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #1275 / Registered Psychotherapist #NLC-12061

Member of the HealthCare Guild and the American Association for Marriage & Family Therapy