Breigh Jones-Coplin, PsyD

Hello! I am Dr. Breigh Jones-Coplin. I’m a therapist here at Denver Mental Health Collective, but you can also call me a Life Liberator, Discomfort Embracer, & Mind, Body and Soul Transformer.

 I help humans that wear a lot of hats take ownership of their own lives, heal, and lead a more authentic, values-driven and fulfilling life.

My ideal clients are BIPOC, mothers, and athletes or performers who feel the constant pressure to be “on” all of the time. My ideal client would benefit from a space where they are the priority and can let their guard down to build a relationship with their authentic self.

Life Liberator:

 Are you someone who feels restricted, boxed in, or oppressed and it impacts the way you see yourself and interact with the world? As humans, we engage in a constant battle with how we are “supposed” to think, speak, behave, look, and feel. This dynamic is perpetuated by societal, familial, and cultural pressures that attempt to create a blueprint on the “right” way to be. Spoiler alert: there is no right way– only your way. As a clinician, I seek to provide clients with the opportunity to free themselves from the limits they feel have been placed on them (mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually). Liberation is an intentional act of setting yourself free from the things that keep you restrained, stagnant, unfulfilled whether that be a thought pattern, unproductive behavior, toxic relationship, trauma, etc. I provide clients with the space to build an authentic relationship with self so that they have a more informed, clear idea of the life they want to live. Previous clients have described me as their personal “hype woman.”

Discomfort Embracer:

 Do you find yourself going to great lengths to avoid discomfort or uncertainty? Are you someone who needs to feel in control and become unstable when things happen unexpectedly? Every day we face a thousand choices between what is best and what is easier. And most of the time, we’ll choose what’s easier, which is why we so often feel frustrated, anxious, and disconnected. Growth occurs during moments of discomfort and allows us the opportunity to learn about ourselves and others, increase our perspectives, and build confidence in our ability to be resilient during moments of distress. As a therapist, I embrace and encourage clients to lean in and be present with the things that are scary, uncertain, and uncomfortable because oftentimes, we spend so much energy trying to avoid them when they are inevitable. I support my clients in gaining skills to navigate the discomfort in a way that allows them to adapt rather than control because I wholeheartedly believe that, with support, we can do hard things and come out stronger, better, and wiser on the other side of them.

Mind, Body & Soul Transformer:

Are you navigating through life feeling physically, emotionally, and spiritually heavy or disconnected from yourself or your life? When we think of mental health, sometimes we limit that to addressing our mental state when in all actuality, it is all connected. With me, therapy is a holistic and deep process that requires a transformation of thinking, feeling, and being. Oftentimes, there is not a quick fix to some of the issues we face and we all have a deep history that influences the way we interact with the world and ourselves that will not change overnight.

As a clinician, I approach therapy from an indigenous healing perspective that involves supporting clients through developing a sense of personal wholeness that involves physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual aspects of the human experience. I believe that healing takes place in our bodies and I engage clients in mindfulness practices that allow them to gain skills to calm the nervous system so that they can navigate the world in a more regulated, psychologically flexible way.


I received my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Master’s in Sport and Performance Psychology from the University of Denver. I also received my Bachelor of Science in Psychology while double-minoring in Journalism and Coaching at Austin Peay State University. There, I competed as a Division I Track and Field athlete. My background and training allows me to work with a variety of presentations and concerns.


I am currently a Half-time Clinical Faculty Professor at the University of Denver in the Master’s in Sport and Performance Psychology program. Outside of my teaching and clinical work, I consider myself a creative. I am all about aesthetics, fashion, interior design, and art. I have a floral design business and am passionate about intersecting the world of flowers and mental health and will often spend my free time creating floral arrangements, traveling, and serving my community in different roles.

Please contact our office today to schedule a consultation. During this time our Intake Coordinator can talk more about what’s going on and how I can help you feel better.

2121 South Oneida St.
Denver, CO 80224
(720) 863-6100

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