Ellie Coyle, LPCC 

Ellie Coyle, LPCC

Therapist

If you are feeling stuck and unsure how to move forward, you can expect me to meet you where you are. I believe that the therapeutic alliance is the most important element of the counseling experience, and I will work to earn your trust and explore what’s not working in your current situation. The hardest part about starting therapy is finding a therapist that you feel connected to and we can work together to make sure this feels like a good fit for you moving forward. I am passionate about working with adolescents and adults experiencing a broad range of concerns.

 I am passionate about working with women around challenges related to women’s reproductive health. From a young age, you might have thought about what it would be like to be a mom. When the experience of starting a family is different than you planned, I am here to help you process what that means. Together we can work through the feelings connected to loss, surprises, and challenges. Counseling can be a safe space for you to share, process, and heal. There are a spectrum of challenges women face with their reproductive health; including: difficulty becoming pregnant, unexpected pregnancy loss, planned abortion, challenging pregnangy, and post-partum depression. If you relate to any of these concerns; know you are not alone. In the US, 1 and 5 women struggle to become pregnant within the first year of trying (1), 10-15 pregnancies in 100 end in miscarriage (2), and 1 and 7 women develop postpartum depression (3). While your story is unique, your struggle is not uncommon, and I am here to support you with your individual needs.

 I also love working with teens. Adolescence can be an incredibly challenging life transitioning period. Whether you are experiencing pressures of emerging adulthood, self-image/identity issues, or wanting to improve the relationship with your parents; I will work with you to make tangible progress towards your goals. Together we will work as a team to slow down upsetting thoughts and find clarity by talking it out. I enjoy bringing personal interests, like music, technology, art, etc. into our therapeutic work together.

 I honor incorporating culture in therapy to inform the way your identity influences what treatment goals work best for you. Additionally, I look at concerns through the lens of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors to develop strategies that support your growth. I am passionate in the areas of self-compassion, breath work, mindfulness, and including creative outlets as therapeutic interventions to incorporate in our work together. If this is your first - time trying therapy, I will work with you to feel empowered and welcome you as you navigate this experience!

 I am a licensed LPCC in Colorado and graduated from the University of Denver with a master’s in counseling psychology. I offer both in-person and telehealth therapy. I have practicum and internship experience working at a private practice in Denver with adults, specifically experiencing eating related concerns and occupational distress. I am an ally to LGBTQI+ communities. I recognize how challenging it can be to reach out and I commend you for taking the first step in allowing space for change. 

Licenses 

Insurances Ellie can accept as in-network, include:

  • Brighthealth
  • Cigna
  • Friday Health
  • CO Medicaid CCHA
  • CO Medicaid CO Access
  • Realiving EAP
  • Health Advocate EAP
  • Victim Compensation - 18th Judicial District

Sources

 
  1. https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/infertility/publichealth.htm

  2. https://www.marchofdimes.org/complications/miscarriage.aspx#:~:text=For%20women%20who%20know%20they,1%20to%205%20percent)%20pregnancies. 

  3. https://www.postpartumdepression.org/resources/statistics/