Accessible | Authentic | Action-Oriented

Denver Counseling Solutions provides accessible counseling with flexible hours, two locations, and affordable fee structures. Our attentive therapists provide responsive support and are authentic, genuine, and enjoyable. They meet you where you’re at. Your counseling session will be action-oriented. Together, we will create attainable goals, develop critical skills, provide tangible results, and gain quick solutions. Connect with one of our Parker or Castle Rock counselors or therapists today to take the first steps towards a solution in your life.

Services We Offer

Denver Counseling Solutions is client-centered. We believe you are the expert on your life. Our therapists listen, explore, and reflect as you share your story. Because each person’s situation is different, your therapy experience will reflect your unique set of concerns. We are solution-focused. Our process is goal-oriented. There are multiple options for every problem. Our counselors will help you to explore these options to find answers. The counseling experience is centered around your specific concerns and goals, which allow you to work through the process effectively. You want to know that your hard work is leading somewhere and feel a sense of accomplishment. Many clients find that a three to six months timeline makes a significant life impact.

Services We Offer

Denver Counseling Solutions is client-centered. We believe you are the expert on your life. Our therapists listen, explore, and reflect as you share your story. Because each person’s situation is different, your therapy experience will reflect your unique set of concerns. We are solution-focused. Our process is goal-oriented. There are multiple options for every problem. Our counselors will help you to explore these options to find answers. The counseling experience is centered around your specific concerns and goals, which allow you to work through the process effectively. You want to know that your hard work is leading somewhere and feel a sense of accomplishment. Many clients find that a three to six months timeline makes a significant life impact.

Our Services

Therapy will help you to:

  • Find relief from your struggles
  • Set and reach goals
  • Create balance in your life
  • Find a greater sense of self and identity
  • Connect to a greater meaning and purpose
  • Think through creative solutions for problems
  • Learn how to manage negative emotions
  • Teach effective communication skills
  • Motivate and empower you towards growth

How can we help you

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Getting Started

It isn’t easy to choose a therapist. Therapy is most effective when you are comfortable with your therapist. You have most likely done your due diligence in researching a therapist. Once you have read about them and possibly called them to ask questions as well, commit to meeting with the therapist for at least three sessions. At that point, you and your therapist will have a good idea if it is a good fit and what the goals for treatment will be. It should be noted that the first session is very different than most other sessions. Come to your first session prepared with the initial paperwork for new clients. Going over the paperwork will take up at least half of the first session. The goal of the first session is for you to share what you feel the therapist needs to know about your situation, and for the therapist to simply listen and get to know you.


Keeping Momentum

Therapy is solely about you. While your therapist is happy to lead sessions, has many ideas for directing the process, and many tools and resources to pull from, you know yourself and your needs best. Don’t be shy in letting your therapist know what you are comfortable with, what problems you hope to address, and the types of services you are looking for. Ask a lot questions. Feel free to direct the sessions and say, “This is what I would like to talk about today.” It is especially helpful to the therapist when you come to sessions having thought through what you would like to discuss and are prepared with an update of sorts to start out the session. Follow through with your appointments and any assignments agreed upon outside of sessions. Last but not least, talk with your therapist about what you find helpful and what you find difficult. If something makes you happy or upset, share that with your therapist. If logistics such as scheduling or finances become a concern, talk it through with your therapist so they can better accommodate your needs.


The End

Ending treatment will be an open topic of conversation throughout treatment. It should be a mutual decision based upon the client’s opinions and needs as well as the therapist’s recommendations. It is typical for sessions to taper off as the therapy progresses. For example, many clients start treatment by attending weekly, then biweekly, then monthly, and so on. Whether treatment is brief or long term, the goal is always for therapy to end positively. Part of the therapeutic process may involve your therapist referring you to different or additional clinicians in an effort to assist you. Ideally, treatment will conclude when you both feel treatment is complete. Ultimately, ending treatment should involve healthy communication and resolution. It is also common and encouraged for clients to return for check ups or on an as needed basis.

Landing Page – Teletherapy

A person identifying the problem and their goal, then working toward a plan for change that aligns with their values and identity.

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Young Adult & College-Age Life Transitions (Quarterlife Crisis)
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Faith Development
  • Grief and Loss
  • Vocational Counseling
  • Life Coaching

Landing Page – Teletherapy

A person identifying the problem and their goal, then working toward a plan for change that aligns with their values and identity.

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Young Adult & College-Age Life Transitions (Quarterlife Crisis)
  • Interpersonal Relationships
  • Faith Development
  • Grief and Loss
  • Vocational Counseling
  • Life Coaching

Couples Counseling

Couples therapy is two people in a relationship identifying harmful patterns, assessing the health of their relationship, creating awareness of their differences, establishing and repairing behaviors, and clarifying standards of relationship health.

Couples Counseling

Couples therapy is two people in a relationship identifying harmful patterns, assessing the health of their relationship, creating awareness of their differences, establishing and repairing behaviors, and clarifying standards of relationship health.

Common Relationship Problems


Not connecting like you used to

Infidelity & problems with trust

Continually fighting over the same issues

Family Counseling

Let’s face it – being a family can be stressful. As a parent, you might feel lost, alone, unsure, or wondering if your kid is normal. Let one of our counselors or therapists guide you. We provide family counseling for all types of situations and all kinds of families. We can help your family thrive.

Family Counseling

Let’s face it – being a family can be stressful. As a parent, you might feel lost, alone, unsure, or wondering if your kid is normal. Let one of our counselors or therapists guide you. We provide family counseling for all types of situations and all kinds of families. We can help your family thrive.

Group Therapy

I am available to facilitate process groups and educational seminars on couples counseling, individual counseling and therapists in training and supervision. If you are interested in group therapy or a seminar, please call or email me with the contact information on the homepage.

Group Therapy

I am available to facilitate process groups and educational seminars on couples counseling, individual counseling and therapists in training and supervision. If you are interested in group therapy or a seminar, please call or email me with the contact information on the homepage.

Resources

At Denver Counseling Solutions we offer a number of resources as well. Below is a list of useful topics.

  • Meditation & Mindfulness Resources
  • Happiness Resources
  • Men’s Resources
  • Marriage Resources
  • Intimacy & Passion Resources