People love to provide advice to others, especially when someone needs help figuring something out. While that’s nice and sometimes helpful, it can feel dismissive and intrusive and sometimes just annoying. What works for one person, may not work for you and the same is true for therapy.
At Denver Metro Counseling, our therapists are trained in multiple, complementary therapeutic modalities and we use approaches that best meet your needs based on:
Together, you and your therapist can talk about modalities they use and what might work best for you.
A trauma-informed approach to therapy is an overall approach to therapy rather than a modality. Instead of taking a “What’s wrong with you?” approach, we take a “What happened to you approach?” re-writing the stories you and others have written about you.
While our overarching approach to therapy is trauma-informed, our clinicians also have advanced training in a variety of evidence-based therapeutic modalities.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Eye-Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR Therapy)
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
Using the above therapeutic modalities, we provide one-on-one therapy for preteens, teens, young adults and adults age 13 and up. Our therapists have advanced training in their specialty areas which include:
We collaborate with you to create a plan for therapy that best meets your goals based on your needs.
Our family therapist has advanced training and certification in working with families. Our approach to family therapy is inclusive and specific to your family needs. Who engages in family therapy is up to you and can look like:
Teen and their Caregiver(s)
Adult and their Parent(s)
Parent or Caregiver Support
Whether you are struggling with family or relational conflict or communication, addiction or school-related challenges, Denver Metro Counseling can help.