If you are interested pursuing therapy with me but are uncertain if its right for you, we can talk by phone to discuss your needs to determine if I am a good match. Also, it is important for you to discover if you feel comfortable talking with me. I am also here for you to simply to answer the questions you might have about therapy.
If you are paying and not using insurance, or if you are paying and then asking your insurance to pay you back, I will charge you at the time of session the amounts listed below. I do raise my fees periodically and will give notice before the fee change occurs.
Discounts may be considered on a case by case basis.
Initial assessment is $150 for a 1.5- 2 hour session
$120 for a 45-55 minute individual session.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) groups may be offered, depending on availability and interest. Group rates are $60 per session.
FORMS OF PAYMENT ACCEPTED
Credit card, debit card, check, or cash.
Medicaid, United Health Care, UMR, Rocky Mountain Health Plans, Beacon, CO Kaiser, and self-pay.
AHC is open in the Aurora office on Mondays and Fridays, 9am-6pm.
Grand Opening of new office in Centennial – February 5, 2019! Office hours at this location are Tuesdays 12pm-7pm.
AHC also will be offering HIPAA compliant video-chat/teletherapy sessions starting in March 2019.
A shattered heart
Many of our life experiences have left us feeling broken in many areas and places in our hearts. Wounds in our souls, caused by painful events, abuse, neglect, addictions, poor choices, and self-inflicted pain and self-sabotage have prevented us from becoming the person we were created for, a person with a purpose and a destiny.
Rebuilding from a place of brokenness
Along the journey to greater levels of healing, we work toward letting go of the negative behavioral patterns and mindsets that have hindered us from living the life we were meant for. Imagine stepping into a life with a greater future with purpose, where the things we’ve only dreamed about become possible.
a whole heart revealed
Through the healing process, we discover more of who we really are — behind the pain of the past, our current challenging circumstances, and concerns for the future –there is a wonderful person yet to be discovered.
This cannot be accomplished on our own, but is a lifelong journey with God to greater healing and wholeness….But to get to our final destination, we must be willing to risk and take the first step. The choice is yours.