As the news surrounding COVID-19 evolves, our main priority remains the same — to walk alongside our clients in optimizing their journey towards hope and healing. We remain the counseling home for the south suburbs of the Denver metro area, and stand with our fellow residents. Our staff is dedicated to helping and supporting you and your family. In order to stay healthy and provide our best care, we’re taking this as an opportunity to let you know our current policies in place.

We are here for you! Teletherapy is our friend during this pandemic! Behavioral health practitioners are essential workers and we are allowed to continue to see clients. Given the current stay at home order, we are limiting in person sessions to clients in crisis and/or without access to utilize telehealth. Video and phone sessions will be our primary way for conducting sessions during this time. We are having great success with phone and video sessions! They are secure and our clients are enjoying that they still have access to services during this time.

  • Our stance is to continue routine cleaning measures with additional attention and disinfectant to high touch areas.
  • We are currently also screening all new clients for travel and illness.
  • Telehealth (video or phone) sessions are available as an alternative option to in-person appointments.
  • If you or your family members are experiencing or have recently experienced signs/symptoms of illness, we ask that you either reschedule your appointment or do a telehealth session.
  • If you have been exposed to a person with the coronavirus or have recently traveled to a CDC Level 2 or 3 country, please let your therapist know so you can plan for a telehealth session.
  • When arriving at our center, please wash your hands in the bathrooms or use the hand sanitizer provided in the lobby. (We will specifically direct all children to wash hands before and after their appointments.)
  • Clients will not be charged for cancellations due to illness, as long as they reschedule their appointment.

In closing, there is no right or wrong way to feel about COVID-19. If you have a low level of concern, you are not under-reacting; and, if you are concerned and taking precautions, you are not overreacting. We all will respond differently to this and we want to hold space for you to process it how you need. If at any point between sessions you notice a level of fear or anxiety that is concerning to you or difficult to manage, please reach out to your therapist to access further support.

Warmest Regards,

Sarah Spurlock, MA, LMFT
Owner and Executive Director of Denver Counseling Solutions, LLC