Couples Therapy in Denver, Colorado

Couples Counseling

Given the right tools and a little practice we can create a healthier, more satisfying relationship with less conflict and better communication.


Sex Therapy

Whether coupled or single, I help people discover and reclaim their authentic sexuality for a happier, healthier life.

Indvidual Therapy Services in Denver, Colorado

Individual Therapy

During individual therapy I offer a supportive atmosphere where you can experience your feelings and thoughts without judgement.

Clinical Supervision for MSW Students

Clinical Supervision

I strive to offer a strengths based, collaborative, creative space for clinicians to continue to grow as individuals and as therapists.

Janelle Washburne, LSCW, MFT, CST

Janelle Washburne

Individual, Couples, and Certified Sex Therapist

I know that seeking individual therapy or couples counseling can sometimes be a difficult and fearful process. I’m here to offer support and hope. Whatever is happening in your life or your relationship, you don’t have to figure it out by yourself. We’ll work together, at your pace, to create lasting positive change in a down to earth way. I offer support and easy to use skills for you and/or your partner to use in moving forward from wherever you are now, to where you want to be in your relationship.

As a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Certified Sex Therapist, I specialize in individual therapy, relationship counseling, and sex therapy. As a sex-positive therapist, I’m here to coach and empower you to have the tools you need and the ability to improve your communication, closeness, and intimacy with other in order to create a happier, healthier, and more authentic life.

I am a LGBT and Kink Aware-Competent therapist.

“We don’t have to do all of it alone. We were never meant to.”
Brene Brown

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Thank you for your commitment to bringing light and healing and goodness to the world. I have learned so much from our time together.Thank you for your nurturance and support.

- J.

In short, you've given me hope. "Thank you" seems insufficient for how deeply appreciative I feel.

- A.

I realize that we're likely to experience some three-steps- forward-two-steps-back in this complex process. Before all of that begins, I just wanted to acknowledge how grateful I am at this moment for the opportunity to collaborate with someone as intelligent and insightful as you. Your kindness and gentleness are helping to bring my previously tamped down emotions to the surface, and you've gotten my naturally skeptical boyfriend to speak so positively about therapy.

- E.

It's been two months since I first reached out, and I am stunned at the progress that we've made. I'm starting to feel a connection with my partner that I haven't experienced in a very long time. Being there together is giving him a much greater understanding of my internal experiences, which are often really hard for me to explain in the short bursts of time that we seem to have together at home. What a gift that time and structure has been to our developing partnership.

- C.