Christopher John Koniarczyk, M.A., LPC, LAC
Chris is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Addictions Counselor. Presently he maintains a private therapy practice in Denver, Colorado near City Park.
Chris believes that finding the right therapist for YOU is the most important thing you can do. He goes out of his way to make clients feel accepted, comfortable, and understood. Christopher John Counseling offers a non-judgmental atmosphere where clients feel accepted wherever they are at. Chris believes that therapy should be enjoyable, not stuffy. In addition he is easy to talk to, friendly, and caring. Combining a friendly easy approach with years of psychological education and experience, clients feel comfortable opening up and working on their therapeutic goals. Clients are asked to challenge themselves and make changes that they want.
Types of Therapy Offered:
- Individual Therapy
- Family Therapy
- Couples Therapy
- Teen Counseling
- Addiction Counseling
- Asperger Syndrome / Autistic Spectrum Disorder
- Therapy for Professionals
Licensing & Qualifications
- LPC- Licensed Professional Counselor
- LAC- Licensed Addictions Counselor
- MA- Masters of Arts Degree, University of Colorado Denver, 2011
- Counseling Psychology and Counselor Education
- BA- Bachelor of Arts Degree, University at Buffalo, 2004
Chris has been working in the psychology field since 2001. While earning his Bachelors degree, he worked in an intensive treatment program for children suffering with extreme ADHD at the University at Buffalo and volunteered for Crisis Services, advocating for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. In Denver, during his Master’s program, he completed an internship through the City of Denver’s Employee Assistance Program, where he worked with individuals, families, and couples. Chris also gained experience teaching living skills and social skills to college students with disabilities (specifically Asperger Syndrome) at College Living Experience.
Since graduating college in 2011, Chris worked as the primary Day Treatment Therapist at the Community Reach Center, where he did individual, group, and family therapy with children/families suffering from severe and persistent mental illness. He has also worked with professionals (nurses, pharmacists, therapists, etc) dealing with addiction and mental illness while working at Peer Assistance Services. Presently, he maintains his private counseling practice in Denver, Colorado near City Park.