Denver counselor Tina Staley, LCSW has committed her life to helping others lead their lives from a place of kindness and an open heart. She genuinely believes that when we implement daily acts of kindness into our lives, we have more love for ourselves and others. Her transformational work and message of kindness will leave you wanting to be your greatest self.
Her widely-acclaimed program has been applied successfully across many mediums, such as:
General counseling for individuals and couples (available in-person in Denver and virtually nationwide)
Workshops and motivational speeches for some of the countries leading organizations (such as the National Institute of Health, Navy Special Warfare, Aspen Institute, Blue Ocean Enterprises, Duke Cancer Institute, Boys & Girls Club, Four Seasons Hospice & many more)
Cancer coaching for patients, caregivers and their families
End-of-life counseling for those facing one of the most challenging, thought-provoking and unknown times of our lives
Staley Motivates & Inspires at Aspen Ideas Festival
Cancer Coach Tina Staley Featured in Award-Winning Documentary
Denver therapist Tina Staley was chosen to lead a study profiling 50 women with breast cancer over a two year journey that was chronicled into a moving, life-changing documentary called What Love Is: The Duke Pathfinders 50. The documentary highlights Staley’s impactful interaction alongside these brave women and their families as they develop skills essential to thrive in the face of their illness.
Who Does Tina Work With?
Tina works with a wide variety of corporations, organizations and groups nationwide. Her mindfulness-based resiliency program has been successfully implemented by healthcare companies, volunteer and service organizations, government agencies, educational institutions, corporations and more. See below for a sample of Tina’s clients and partners.