Andrea Liner, Psy.D. -  - Psychologist

Flux Psychology

Andrea Liner, Psy.D.

Psychologist & Integrative Psychotherapist located in Denver, CO

You’re not alone if you often feel too overwhelmed with your problems. Relationship troubles, stress from work, or loss of a loved one can make you feel depressed or anxious. At Flux Psychology in Denver, Colorado, licensed clinical psychologist Andrea Liner, PsyD, can help you manage your problems with psychotherapy using multiple techniques and styles based on what’s most effective for you. To schedule an appointment, call Flux Psychology or book online today.

Psychotherapy Q & A

What is psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, is a treatment focused on improving your emotional and mental wellness through open dialogue in an objective, supportive, and nonjudgmental environment. 

Your psychotherapy doesn’t have to be rigid or “new agey.” At Flux Psychology, Dr. Liner takes a supportive and personalized approach to psychotherapy, fostering a genuine connection with you that improves trust and open communication. 

Her extensive training allows her to use multiple techniques and styles that match your emotional and mental health needs to help you reach your wellness goals. 

When should I seek psychotherapy?

You should seek psychotherapy when you’re open to it and ready to make a positive change. You may benefit from psychotherapy at Flux Psychology if you feel distressed or your feelings interrupt your daily life. 

Dr. Liner specializes in managing many emotional and mental health concerns, like:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Relationship issues, including difficult breakups
  • Life transitions
  • Bereavement

However, the best thing to do for your well-being is to avoid waiting until things are so bad you can barely function. The sooner you begin psychotherapy, the sooner you’ll be on the road to recovery. 

Though you may lean on friends or family to help you through some of your life struggles, you may find some issues too embarrassing to discuss. 

With psychotherapy at Flux Psychology, Dr. Liner creates a safe and confidential environment that allows you to share all of your issues and concerns. 

What can I expect during psychotherapy?

Dr. Liner takes an individualized approach to psychotherapy, so the specifics of your treatment are unique to you and your needs. 

In general, you can expect an intimate discussion between you and Dr. Liner that includes a series of back and forth questions and answers, as well as free space to think out loud. 

Dr. Liner may focus the direction of your psychotherapy on the issues or events causing your emotional distress or difficulties.

Together, you develop a plan to improve your emotional and mental well-being. This may include ongoing psychotherapy sessions and specific exercises to help you identify and replace negative thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors with healthy ones. 

To schedule your psychotherapy session with an experienced and compassionate psychologist, contact Flux Psychology by phone or online today. 

*Flux Psychology does not offer emergency services. Please contact the Colorado Crisis Hotline at 1-844-493-8255 or dial 911 for immediate help.

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.