2 Easy Ways to Get an Appointment:
Call our courteous receptionist at 303-986-4197 Monday – Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, to discuss your needs. She’ll work carefully with you to find an appointment with one of our licensed, caring therapists in Denver or nearby. Many of our therapists work in the evenings, and some work on the weekends, too.
Self-Schedule your first Denver therapy appointment 24/7 by clicking the Schedule Online Now button just above. Call our receptionist during work hours if you need assistance or have trouble finding a convenient appointment. She has additional appointment options, such as putting you in touch with our director.
Our Therapists Accept Insurance
With more than 25 top therapists in Denver and surrounding areas, we are able to accept most insurance coverages. The private insurers our therapists accept include Optum (United), Cigna, Anthem Blue Cross, Aetna, and Humana.
Our pubic coverage plans include Medicaid therapists and Medicare therapists.
How Our Therapists Earned Their Degrees
In order to earn an LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) or LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker), a therapist must complete a 2-3 year Masters Degree program followed by one or more years of clinical supervision. This allows a therapist to sit for licensing exams. Passing these exams allows a therapist to begin private practice.
In order to earn a doctorate in clinical psychology, a therapist must complete 4-6 years of advanced schooling. Obtaining 1-2 years of supervised experience thereafter allows the candidate to take the Colorado licensing exam for psychologists.
All of our therapists accept insurance. In addition to the requirements mentioned above, many insurance companies require at least 2 additional years of experience before allowing a licensed therapist to be credentialed. Therefore every therapist with us has an advanced graduate degree, a license, and several if not many years of clinical experience.
Obtaining General Information on Therapy, Therapists, and Psychologists: Please feel free to click our Resources tab above to learn more about therapy and mental health. The American Psychological Association is also a good resource for adult therapy, marriage therapy, couples counseling, psychologists, and current counseling topics.