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Aurora "Rory" Trinder, LCSW

Office Hours


Tuesdays and Thursdays

6 p.m.-9 p.m.


Monday: 8 a.m.-12 p.m.

Saturdays: 2 p.m.-5 p.m.

*Home visits available for Seniors and the Physically Challenged*



1776 S. Jackson, Suite 211 80210

(West of Colorado Blvd and North of I-25)



7800 S. Elati Street, #230

Littleton, CO 80120 (map)

(1/2 mile west of Broadway and Mineral)


(303) 257-7762

(If this is an emergency, crisis, or urgent appointment, please follow the emergency procedures on my voicemail)


Rory's rate for self-paying clients is $100/hr. and/or $75 for 45 min.

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About Rory Trinder

Rory Trinder  has over 20 years experience  in the mental health field.   She holds a Master of Social Work from the University of Denver  and a BA in Social Service and  Counseling from Maryknoll  College, Philippines.  She also attended St. Louis University, Missouri, to complete graduate courses in social work and psychology.

Rory  has  worked  with individuals, couples, families and groups in a variety of settings. In addition, she  has coached mental health professionals in pursuit of  their licensure,  facilitated training and supervision of  senior peer counselors  serving  homebound seniors with psychosocial issues, and provided pro bono counseling in mental health centers.

Rory takes pride in her current and past professional and non-profit affiliations, which include National Association of Social  Workers, University of Denver’s Multi-Cultural Board, Asian-Pacific Development Center Board, Jefferson County Task Force on Domestic Violence, State of Florida Advocacy Council and Osceola County (FL) Alzheimer’s Association Board.


Rory’s Approach to Therapy

Rory is a staunch believer of  therapy as a collaborative effort between the clients and the therapist  to clarify problems and find solutions rooted in the clients’ past and present experiences, as well as their relationships.  Rory assists her clients to recapture the sense of  meaning, possibility and hope they have lost as a result of their pain.  Rory also helps her clients  rediscover their strengths and mobilize their resources, thus, empowering them to become more active change agents in their quest for overall  wellness. 

Rory  utilizes  an eclectic array of therapeutic strategies including supportive, client-centered, solution and goal focused, cognitive/behavioral, and existential, while continually mindful of  treating her clients with dignity and respecting their worldview.


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