Kensington Osmond, M.S., LAMFT, MFTC
Compassionate, Present, and Supportive
Denver, CO Marriage Counseling • Denver, CO Therapist • Denver, CO Life Coach • Denver Premarital Counseling • Online Marriage Counselor • Online Therapist • Online Life Coach • Online Premarital Counseling • Breakup Therapy / Divorce Recovery • Utah Marriage Counselor • Utah Life Coach • Utah Therapist
Hello, I’m Kensington. I am a Colorado and Utah individual and couples therapist as well as a life and relationship coach. As a therapist and coach, I provide my clients with a safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment where they can feel understood, gain insight, and create lasting change in the most meaningful parts of their lives. Here’s a little more about the services I provide and what you can expect when working with me.
Couples Therapy and Relationship Coaching:
I believe it is within the context of relationships that both tremendous pain and tremendous healing can occur. As a graduate of a Marriage and Family Therapy master’s program, working with couples to improve their relationships is my passion. Whether you are experiencing serious difficulties in your relationship or simply want to “fine-tune” some things, I can help you and your partner. I provide couples therapy in Utah and Colorado and relationship coaching throughout the United States and abroad.
I provide relationship counseling, relationship coaching, marriage counseling, and also pre-marital counseling. Some of the things I can help you and your partner with include increasing emotional safety and connection, improving communication, healing from past hurts, creating connection-building rituals, seeing yourselves as a team, and gaining clarity around the future of your relationship.
In addition to my work with couples seeking to increase their sense of connection and satisfaction with their relationship, I am also available to help your family. I have experience providing parenting coaching and support to families wishing to improve their “parenting partnership” and working as a team for the wellbeing of their children. I also have experience working with single parents who are looking for parenting support.
If you and your partner are therapy clients, I can also help you understand how to best support each other in the face of mental illness. When working toward these goals, I draw on evidence-based therapy models including Emotionally Focused Therapy and the Gottman Model.
Individual Life and Relationship Coaching:
I also provide individual coaching services to clients throughout the United States and internationally. As a coach, I can help you navigate major life transitions, improve your relationships, develop your identity, and create a meaningful life.
I particularly enjoy helping my coaching clients recover from a difficult breakup or divorce and have extensive experience in this area of growth and healing.
Additionally, I have a deep understanding and appreciation for the complexities of faith and culture and can also assist you in your process of getting clarity about your spirituality and faith transitions.
I have led support groups for LGBT students and am happy to assist you in exploring sexuality and gender identity issues.
In my work as a life coach, I draw upon my therapy background as well as upon principles of Mindfulness and Self-Compassion.
Therapy Services for Individuals:
I am licensed to provide psychotherapy services to individuals living in Colorado and Utah. If you are experiencing symptoms of depression, anxiety, or another mental health condition, I can help you experience a reduction in your symptoms so that you can engage more fully in your life. I have received training in and have experience treating depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns using evidence-based techniques such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Mindfulness.
My individual therapy clients say that, after having worked with me, they have learned how to be kinder to and more accepting of themselves; gained insight about and awareness of their cognitive, emotional, and behavioral patterns and where these patterns stem from; found new and personalized ways to deal with their problems; formed healthy habits; and seen a reduction in their distressing symptoms.
I received my M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Brigham Young University, where I wrote my thesis on the representation of minority groups within the MFT academic literature.
While studying at BYU, in addition to doing therapy with couples, individuals, and families at a community clinic, I also led a therapy group for women healing from difficult breakups and divorces, a support group for LGBT students, and taught a parenting class to BYU faculty.
My clients have said that they appreciate my warm, caring, and authentic personality. My clients have also said that they appreciate my sense of humor and that I feel like a real person accompanying them on their path to healing rather than someone lecturing from afar. I strive to always show up for my clients in a supportive, non-judgmental, authentic manner. I care deeply about the experiences of minority groups and work to be a culturally competent and LGBTQ+ affirming practitioner.
I grew up in the Chicago area and have recently become semi-outdoorsy since moving out west. I now love hiking and visiting national parks with my partner. When I’m not working with clients, you can also find me playing board games, running, practicing yoga, and watching something new on Netflix.
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