Gillian Kaag


As a psychologist, I partner with clients to help them heal from raw emotional pain, recognize their inner strengths, and build resiliency in the face of life’s biggest challenges. If you’re feeling stuck, not good enough, lonely, overwhelmed, devastated, or ashamed, you are not alone.


  • Individual Therapy
  • Couples Therapy
  • Individual Therapy
  • Couples Therapy

My Approach

I have dedicated my career to learning gold standard treatments to ensure that when clients have the courage to reach out for help, I am able to offer treatment interventions that they can trust will make a difference. My style is one that is warm and nurturing while also direct and honest. I can help you evaluate the stories you are using to make sense of your life to look for areas where you may be stuck, recognize patterns of thinking, behavior, and communicating that may have worked in the past but are no longer working, and develop the insight and motivation to create the change you need to feel better. As humans, we all experience painful events, relationship difficulties, and challenging circumstances, but you do not have to suffer alone. Wellness is possible if you have the courage to reach out and get help. If you think I might be a good fit for you in your recovery, please contact me.

My Background

I am a licensed psychologist who graduated with a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Miami University in Oxford, OH and a BA from Middlebury College in VT. I have built my career around developing deep expertise and experience in traumatic stress, depression, and relationship problems. Since 2005, I have been fortunate to work with individuals across the lifespan in a number of clinical settings. Most recently, I was the clinic director for the Steven A. Cohen Military Family Clinic at CU Anschutz where I led the start-up of the clinic and provided evidenced based treatments for veterans and their families. Prior to this opportunity, I served as the assistant director of clinical services and trauma response at DU's Health and Counseling Center, leading the university’s trauma prevention and response for sexual assault and gender violence. I also served as the team lead for a comprehensive DBT program at St. Anthony’s Medical Center in St. Louis.

Insurance Plans Accepted

  • Out of Network
  • Victim Compensation/1st
  • Victim Compensation/2nd
  • Victim Compensation/17th
  • Victim Compensation/18th


  • Website
  • License Number: 3553
  • 300 South Jackson Street, Suite #405, Denver, CO 80209
  • Phone: 303-578-1114

At a Glance

  • Neighborhood: Cherry Creek
  • Rate: $160-240/session
  • Free Initial Consultation
  • Online Sessions Availible

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