The Healing Place is a project of The Colorado School for Family Therapy which has served the Denver area community since 1995. Services are available to anyone in the Denver metropolitan area. Our staff members provide individual, couple, and family therapy. They are prepared to help with a variety of issues including:
- Court ordered counseling
- Loss and grief
- Relationship issues
- Family communication skills
- Adolescent and child issues
- Child custody evaluations and child and family investigations
- Stress management
- Anger management/Conflict resolution
- Physical and sexual abuse
- Spiritual and Religious Issues
- Marriage preparation
- Divorce recovery
- Victim recovery
- Coping skills
- Marital conflict
- Parenting skills
- Addiction issues
Fees are based on the client's ability to pay. Our clients are charged based on a sliding fee scale based on their annual household income. Licensed mental health professionals may be contracted at higher rates.
INSURANCE: Limited insurance coverage is accepted. Contact the School to discuss insurance options.
MEDICAID: Clients covered by Medicaid can receive counseling at The Healing Place.
The Colorado Compassion Initiative
In October 2003, the School received a sub-award grant from the Colorado Compassion Initiative to provide culturally competent and faith-based counseling services through the clinic. To learn more about the Colorado Compassion Initiative and the grant donor, JVA Consulting, LLC, visit www.jvaconsulting.com or call 303-477-4896.
If you think that the School may be able to help, please contact us at 720.859.0464. If we are unavailable to take your call, please leave a message and we will get back to you. Over the phone, we will ask some basic questions that will help us understand how we can best serve you. This should take approximately ten minutes. This information will be used to match you with one of our therapists who will best meet your needs. Once a clinician has been paired with you, she/he will contact you as soon as possible and arrange a time to meet. Evening and weekend client treatment hours are encouraged.
The School bases psychotherapeutic treatment on systemic and relational theoretical orientation. Clinicians are also ethno-cultural and faith-sensitive. All graduate students, post-Masters's clinicians and licensed mental health professionals share this systemic orientation and are also ethno-culturally competent and faith-sensitive.
The School is a State of Colorado Department of Higher Education, Division of Private Occupational Schools approved and regulated facility, educating students in advanced clinical work. Therapists are graduate students and post-master's degree clinicians working toward certification in marriage and family therapy, play therapy, sex therapy, and/or state licensure. All of our therapists have experience working with individuals, couples, families, and are in ongoing supervision with licensed faculty.