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Lily Moon Licensed Social Worker

She / Her / Hers

Clinically Supervised

VerifiedOffers Online TherapyIn-person Meetings
Acepting new clientsAccepts Insurance
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General Office Hours

In Mountain Time

Mondayfrom 08:00 AM to 07:30 PM
Tuesdayfrom 08:00 AM to 07:30 PM
Wednesdayfrom 08:00 AM to 07:30 PM
Thursdayfrom 09:00 AM to 03:30 PM
Fridayfrom 09:00 AM to 03:30 PM

Under Clinical Supervision

Lily Moon, Licensed Social Worker, LSW.0009924922 is practicing under the supervision of Cole Brennan (Colorado, LCSW, CSW.09928846) at Ellie Mental Health.

Please, note: A clinician listed as being “clinically supervised” is completing clinical hours toward their licensure. They have one or more fully licensed clinical supervisors that often have special training to become supervisors. They consult with their supervisor(s) on all of their cases, which means that, when working with them, you are getting the time and expertise of multiple therapists in your treatment.

If there was one thing you wish people knew about the therapy experience who might be hesitant to try it, what would that be?

Deciding to start engaging in therapy can feel really scary — there are so many unknowns! Plus, you’re actively committing to talking about the things that already don’t feel good. And maybe you’ve already had experiences with other professionals that didn’t hear you or dismissed things that you felt were really important. I would encourage you to tell your therapist during your first session that you are unsure about starting therapy and let that conversation help you determine whether it’s something you would like to do or not. And even better, some therapists offer a free consultation, which would allow you to have that conversation even before making your first appointment! Finally, your feelings of hesitation are normal! So go ahead, make that first appointment or free consultation request, and take those few steps towards living your most authentic life – you’re worth it!

What was your path to becoming a therapist? What inspired you to choose this profession?

I initially became a social worker to engage in social justice work, since apparently you cannot get a job as a “ragey sociologist” fresh out of college. I spent a lot of my career working in housing and shelter programs, and I learned a lot about what poverty and discrimination does to a person. I was able to gain a lot of experience working with folks who really struggled to make it through their days, and I found myself wanting to hold space for those that needed it. I think we spend most of our lives listening to a society telling us to fit in very specific boxes, and those boxes just don’t really fit most people. It leaves a lot of folks feeling othered, left out, less than, constantly different and wrong. I was fortunate enough to have enough people on my journey tell me that all the ways I didn’t fit into those boxes was not just okay, but a strength. And that doesn’t mean that I still don’t struggle with all of those things, it just means I have a lot more tools to provide a strong counter argument when the noise gets loud. I wanted to be able to give that back to my community.









Agnosticism, Atheism, Paganism/Wicca, The Satanic Temple

Other Identities

Living with Anxiety, the oldest millenial




Personality disorders

Psychotic Disorders

Substance abuse

General Expertise





Borderline Personality Disorder

Social Anxiety


Bipolar disorder

In-Network Insurance







Individual Therapy$165

Types of Therapy

Individual Therapy


Young Adults (18-24)

Adults (25-65)

Seniors (65+)

Treatment Approaches / Modalities

Strength Based Therapy

Mindfulness Practices

Eclectic Therapy

Person-Centered Therapy

Feminist Therapy

Humanistic Therapy

Narrative Therapy

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)


Simmons University, Master of Social Work, 2019

Work History

The majority of my career has been spent working with folks experiencing homelessness, and I've worked in both emergency shelters and in rehousing programs. During that time, I worked with many people struggling with mood disorders, personality disorders, psychotic disorders and/or addiction. I have also worked at an residential treatment center for folks with dual diagnosis (a mental health condition and a substance use disorder). My experience and training has provided me with the skills and knowledge to help anyone regain functioning in their life and learn how to cope with the pressures of everyday life. Currently, I am providing individual therapy at Ellie Mental Health - Denver West Clinic!

Online Therapy

Office at 1527 Cole Blvd, Lakewood, CO

Frequently Asked Questions About Lily Moon, LSW

It’s not uncommon to have questions before starting therapy. Lily Moon, LSW, has answered a few of the questions they receive most often from new clients.

Is Lily Moon accepting new clients?

Yes, Lily Moon is accepting new clients for online therapy in and in-person appointments at 1527 Cole Blvd, Suite 275, Lakewood, CO, 80401.

Does Lily Moon accept insurance?

Yes, Lily Moon accepts insurance, including Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, Medicaid and Optum.

What types of therapy does Lily Moon offer?

Lily Moon offers therapy for individuals.

Does Lily Moon offer in-person appointments?

Yes, Lily Moon offers in-person appointments at 1527 Cole Blvd, Suite 275, Lakewood, CO, 80401.

Does Lily Moon offer online therapy?

Yes, Lily Moon offers online therapy via video sessions and phone sessions to people in Colorado.

How quickly can I see Lily Moon?

Lily Moon typically can speak with new clients within 48 hours. You can see their current general office hours and request an appointment on their profile page.

What languages does Lily Moon speak?

Lily Moon conducts therapy sessions in English.

Can I book an appointment with Lily Moon online?

Yes, you can easily book an appointment with Lily Moon online using Choosing Therapy’s directory.