Paul Sigafus, MS, LMFT, Director
Paul combines warmth and empathy with great skill in addressing the complex challenges of life and relationships. He believes that relationships are the most powerful factor in promoting happiness, growth, and fulfillment, while also acknowledging that relationships can cause some of our most profound pain. Paul’s clients report feeling very safe and deeply understood as they work collaboratively with him to find hope, healing, and connection. He works with couples, individuals, and families.
Paul has degrees in both Human Development and Marriage & Family Therapy. In addition, he is a Certified EFT Supervisor & Therapist, and supervises other therapists who are training in this highly effective approach to marriage counseling.
Paul’s counseling specialties include:
- Marriage Counseling / Couples Counseling
- Individual Counseling
- Public Speaking / Workshops
- Pre-marital Counseling
- Adults & Young Adults
- Family Counseling
- Pornography Addictions
- EFT Supervision / Consultations for Professionals
As the director of Colorado Counseling Center, Paul shares the same devotion to growth and excellence with his employees as he does with his clients. His vision is to continue creating an environment where clients and therapists alike can reach their full potential, and where everyone grows stronger together.
In addition to his work at Colorado Counseling Center, Paul is the author of the inspirational blog paulsigafus.com.
Paul sees clients at Colorado Counseling Center’s Centennial office.
To schedule your first appointment with Paul, please call 720-468-0101
If you would like to contact Paul, you may either call him at the number above (extension 1), or fill out the form below (make sure to click the “submit” button at the bottom of the page). Telephone is usually the quickest way to get in contact with Paul. If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, please do not use this form – call instead. If you are a current client, please do not use this form to communicate about therapy issues, per our email policies with clients. Therapy issues should be communicated either in-person or over the telephone.