Our Services

We offer several avenues for people interested in growth including: group therapy, couples therapy, family therapy, or individual therapy. All of our clinicians are trained in working through person centered, social justice, and relational theory perspectives. Each clinician has their own specialities which you can learn more about on our team page.

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Individual, Couples, & Family

Whole Connection offers psychotherapy for adults, adolescents, and children. We do this through individual, family, and couples therapy. While our clinician styles and specialties may differ, the underlying aim is the same, to help our clients meet the challenges that can arise in everyday life.

We support folks working with a variety of life challenges including: anxiety, depression, relationship obstacles, major life transitions, career issues, grief, identity exploration, and a variety of other challenges that can arise in everyday life.

 

We are a training clinic and offer services from clinicians at various levels of training including interns, fellows, clinicians gaining hours towards licensure, and fully licensed clinicians. Our interns are trained through local graduate programs including Naropa University and CU Denver.

We accept private pay and Medicaid for services listed above.

To learn more about our clinicians click here.

To sign up for services click here.

 

Our Modalities include:

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

Acceptance & Commitment Therapy

Somatic Psychotherapy

Dance & Movement Therapy

Motivational Interviewing

Trauma Informed

Relational Cultural Therapy

Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction

Narrative Therapy

Relational Attachment

Strengths Based

Solutions Focused

 
 
 
 
 

Group Therapy

Group therapy is a wonderful addition to individual therapy and something that can enhance the healing process. Many of us are engaged in groups at work, school, with friends, family, and other outside activities such as team sports, social interactions, and organizations. In most of these experiences we have feelings that come up that can create separations, distance, anxiety, anger, and love. From these events we can learn so much about ourselves both in the present moment and about past experiences that remain unresolved within us.

In group therapy it can be very important to be in a “here and now” process. This means we focus on growing the ability to express immediate thoughts without filtering or suppressing them. Group can be a wonderful place to build relationships and grow a broader understanding of intimacy. It is a space where people can heal from pain, struggles, or past relationships with the help of new relationships. When people are able to share their feelings and thoughts with the group it greatly helps in the self discovery process.

We accept private pay and Medicaid for our groups.