In my practice, I value trust, compassion, openness, and humor. The therapeutic relationship is a sacred one that is built out of safety and connection. It is deeply important to me that we create this space together before diving into work that sometimes feels hard and uncomfortable.
All living beings, young and old, have a right to compassionate, judgment-free care regardless of their histories, identities, and backgrounds. From the moment we connect, I’ll honor both your struggle and your ability to heal. I truly believe that we as humans have a deep capacity for resilience through life’s struggles and that therapy can be a wonderful resource to build that capacity.
JUST THE FACTS ABOUT
Nancy Vargas, LCSW
I have almost a decade of experience working with adults, youth, and families as a mental health provider. I got my start in the field of social work as a community-based mental health provider in the Denver area and continued to grow as a clinician in my role as the School Social Worker at a local charter high school. My passion for mindfulness-based and trauma-informed approaches grew and led to me starting my own practice. I continue to have a special place in my heart for working with teens and families. I also love working with adults in care-providing roles (Educators, Medical Professionals, single parents), and young adults experiencing the transition from adolescence to adulthood.
In my time outside of work, I enjoy reading good books (ok… so maybe just romantic comedies and mysteries), spending time with my husband and family, blaring Taylor Swift and Bad Bunny from my speakers, and taking my dog Jack on extremely long walks around Denver for coffee.