Process with Purpose


Rocks on Water

Growth is essential, but often not easy. Life challenges present difficulties, but are also opportunities to grow. My goal as an integrative therapist is to help you to grow, develop potential, discover purpose, and live a rich, authentic life.

I understand psychotherapy first as a collaborative relationship in which we will work together to identify and use your strengths. I will also assist you in discovering and developing new strengths and competencies, and in finding ways to handle difficulties and challenges that promote self-understanding and self-acceptance, emotional regulation, and well-being.

I use a holistic approach to mental health care which emphasizes wellness and focuses on the whole person – mind/body and spirit. My care is highly individualized. A one-sized approch does not fits all, rather I work with you to determine how to best support you and your personal growth. I practice using integrative combinations of conventional evidenced-based therapy with alternative and complementary approaches to support your well-being.

My goal as a psychotherapist is to help you cultivate the needed skills to overcome obstacles and discover your own power to make meaningful and lasting life changes.  By applying integrative therapy approaches with innovative practices, I create a safe, supportive experience in which you can explore and heal, and we can work together to address life’s challenges and difficulties.   

If you're looking for support and guidance through a challenging situation, or you're ready to move in a new direction in your life, I look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.

Cathy Lopez Wessell   

Please call (720) 771-4157 or email me ( for a no cost 40 minute individual therapy, or parenting support or canine-integrated services consultation today.










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“Cathy is an extremely gifted, creative, and talented therapist. She has a gift of being able to be fully present with a client and allow the client’s process to naturally unfold, while knowing when to skillfully apply interventions to help deepen their process.”

Lisa Dion, MA, LPC, RPT-S                  Play Therapy Institute of Colorado