You’re making an important and informed decision when choosing someone to support you. I’ve included common questions and answers to help you decide if you’d like to work together.
How do I get started?
If you are considering individual or couples therapy, please contact me for an initial chat or to schedule an appointment.
I can be reached at 720-738-1500. When you call, you will reach my confidential voicemail. Please be prepared to leave a message with your name, phone number, and best times to contact you.
You do not need to state your concerns in your message.
What is the initial phone call about?
Your initial phone call will take 20 minutes, depending upon the number of questions you have. During that call, I will provide you with an overview of the services I provide, including fees and payment. I will also describe the purpose and limits of our initial assessment and provide referrals to other therapists if you are interested in other options or not right fit for my services.
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment, I will ask you several questions that are designed to help me learn more about you. This will include your referral source, basic demographics, the reasons you are considering my practice, and the concerns you are having right now. At that time, we can schedule your first session.
How does it work?
How can therapy help me?
As a therapist, I can provide support, deep listening, validation, compassion, coping skills, and specific therapeutic strategies that is different from talking to a friend, spouse, or family member. I am able to provide a non-biased, educated perspective on a difficult problem you may have and guide you to find a new perspective or a solution.
There are many positive benefits you can obtain from therapy such as: