Flux Psychology

Andrea Liner, Psy.D.

Psychologist & Integrative Psychotherapist located in Denver, CO

Due to recent events and guidelines, we have temporarily moved our practice online and will continue to serve our clients via a secure telehealth platform. If you are seeking virtual therapy options while the situation with COVID-19 unfolds, contact us to find out more.



Licensed clinical psychologist Andrea Liner, PsyD, is a highly-trained and detail-oriented mental health provider serving the community of Denver, Colorado. At her private practice, Flux Psychology, Dr. Liner specializes in helping young adults cope with transition and the challenges that inevitably come up in life.

Dr. Liner completed her Bachelor of Science in psychology at The University of Texas at Austin. She earned her Doctor of Psychology from George Washington University and served her predoctoral internship at The Catholic University of America, both in Washington, DC. Dr. Liner also participated in prestigious fellowship training at Georgetown University in Washington, DC.

Dr. Liner offers personalized therapy services to help clients cope with anxiety, depression, stress, grief, relationship issues, and challenging life transitions. She understands that the demands of modern life can be overwhelming and that imposter syndrome is a prevalent issue, even for the most confident people. In a world where everyone else looks successful on social media, Dr. Liner helps clients improve their confidence, overcome challenges, and thrive.

Her relatable and integrative approach helps clients learn about themselves. She helps clients identify their values and motivations, while also teaching them strategies to achieve fulfilling lives. In fact, Dr. Liner wrote the book on it — #Adulting: Psychological Secrets to finally feeling like a “real” grownup (without faking it). She also creates insightful and helpful Instagram posts at @dr.andrea.liner and @fluxpsychology.

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Proper Therapy Can Help You Become “You” Again

While life can seem stressful and overwhelming, the good news is that help is always available. Whether you’re feeling lost at a job, unable to cope with the dating world, are suffering from high levels of anxiety, or simply need someone who will listen and discuss your difficulties with a given situation, seeking the help of a professional therapist can get you back on track.

Through the use of individual sessions, group sessions, couples therapy, date coaching, and similar formats, we can help you take control of your life again and be the very best “you” that you can be. Change and improvement are possible – you simply need to take action.

Life Gets Complicated

Despite the many strides that we have made as a culture and society, life is more complicated today than it has ever been. Technology has improved to levels that allow us to stay connected to each other like never before. Programs for all sorts of needs exist everywhere across the country. Opportunities for success crop up on what seems like a daily basis. Yet, despite all this, millions of people still have difficulty dealing with a number of personal issues that keep them from succeeding. Handling all that life can throw at you can become very overwhelming at times, especially if you don’t have anyone in your corner who is willing to assist you.

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Flux Psychology
1355 S Colorado Blvd, Suite C120
Denver, CO 80222
Phone: 720-370-5546
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Flux Psychology is not an emergency services provider. If you are in immediate need of assistance, please call Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-8255, dial 911, or go to your nearest emergency room.