Maggie Rogers M.A., LPCC
Therapist & Counselor
Maggie is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate (LPCC). She received her master’s in Counseling Psychology with a concentration in Clinical Mental Health from the University of Denver.
At Colorado Women’s Center, Maggie has a passion for making those around her feel like their authentic selves and to feel seen. Her enthusiasm and attention to detail enhance her genuine curiosity for how others are feeling and behaving. Her goal in therapy is to create a safe and warm place for clients to open up and work towards healing. She will meet them with unconditional positive regard. Maggie emphasizes a strong trusting therapeutic relationship because she feels the relationship is the core of healing in therapy. Maggie works from a trauma informed Humanistic lens in therapy. She also draws from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Attachment theory, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), and Feminist theory. Maggie keeps the session client centered and allows client autonomy.
Maggie has worked with individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, mood and personality disorders, self-esteem, and lifestyle or relationship changes. She has experience working with adolescents with extensive trauma backgrounds and feels this experience prepares her to work well with a trauma informed approach to healing. Maggie has a passion for counseling women to work toward healing and empowerment.
In her free time she enjoys playing with her dog and seeing friends and family as much as possible. She also loves traveling and all live music.