Amanda Sapale

LSW (Colorado)



Hello, I'm Amanda Sapale (pronounced “SAHP-lay”). I am a licensed social worker based in Colorado. I have a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology/Anthropology from Middlebury College and a Master's degree in social work from Boston University in 2019. Throughout my career, I've worked with diverse individuals, from military veterans and unhoused individuals to graduate students and single parents.

I believe that therapy should be as unique as the individuals seeking it. No two people are the same, and their reasons for seeking therapy are equally varied. That's why I draw from a wide range of therapeutic techniques, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, and more, to create a customized approach that aligns with each client's specific goals. My therapy style is founded on collaboration, recognizing that you are the expert on your own experiences. I'm here to listen and support you as you navigate the ups and downs of your life.

I know that some topics may feel particularly daunting to discuss, but open and honest conversations should be embraced in therapy without fear of judgment or stigma. It takes courage and vulnerability to address private aspects of your life, and I am committed to providing a safe, non-judgmental, and sensitive space for you. My knowledge extends to various life and relationship styles, including non-monogamy and BDSM/kink, and I aim to offer informed guidance and support as you explore these areas of your life with empathy and respect.

Don't hesitate to reach out; together, we can embark on a path toward growth and self-discovery.

To see current license information for this therapist, please visit the Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies website here and type their name in the search box.


AbuseDivorce/SeparationADHDWomen's ConcernsTraumaSubstance Abuse/AddictionsSexual Abuse/AssaultSex TherapySelf-Harming/Suicidal ThoughtsSchool ProblemsPTSDPhobiasOccupational ConcernsMood ConcernsMilitary/VeteransLife ChangesLGBTQIA (Gender and Sexual Identity)Grief & BereavementFamily ConcernsDepression & BipolarCultural ConcernsConflict ResolutionBipolar DisorderAnxiety & DepressionAddiction Recovery