​​Rocky Mountain Center

For Individuals, Couples and Families

John is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist with over 30 years experience. He is a Fellow and Approved Supervisor through the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and has served as President of the Colorado Association for Marriage and Family Therapists.  He is also a Registered Play Therapist and Supervisor through APT and co-founded the Colorado Association for Play Therapy. 

John Morse, PhD, LMFT

John provides a highly personalized approach to therapy that is based on establishing initial goals and providing tools and strategies to achieve these goals. With 34 years experience and academic degrees in five areas (psychology, religion, social work, human development and family studies, and education),  John considers the whole person  to help create desired change. Depending on goals, this may be achieved through individual, couple, or family therapy approaches. John works with the whole lifespan from ages 3-93 and uses therapies that are appropriate for each age with an emphasis on strengths and what works rather than blame or judgement.  With this systemic approach , John works with many different presenting issues including depression, anxiety, PTSD, communications, school performance, parenting, marital or couples concerns, teen relations, family of origin, Asperger Syndrome, situational changes, work issues, divorce adjustment, ADHD, spiritual issues, abuse, bipolar, mood disorders, children's issues, play therapy, family therapy, family trauma, burnout, fears, self-esteem and grief.