What type of therapy do you provide?

The foundation of Colorado Therapy Care, PC is helping people overcome life’s challenges, feel better and move forward towards their preferred life. Dr. Carrie is trained in a variety of therapy theories and techniques. She draws most often from ACT, cognitive-behavioral, narrative and trauma specific therapies such as EMDR to help clients work through their pain. Dr. Carrie is a collaborative, open-minded, warm, friendly and trustworthy therapist who works with clients to meet their goals

How long will it take to feel better?

Dr. Carrie works with each individual to determine what approach and duration of therapy will be most helpful. Some clients seek short term therapy (5-10 sessions), others stay for a year or more to do in-depth work. An average client will stay for 10 sessions, and meet for therapy on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.

How much does all of this cost?

Costs at Colorado Therapy Care, PC vary by service but start at $175. Please email or call for more information about pricing for your specific needs. Dr. Carrie reserves 10 % of her caseload for clients who require a reduced fee, however, all of those spots are currently full.

What methods of payment do you accept?

We accept cash, check, and major credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and employer flex spending/HSA cards.

What about insurance?

Dr. Carrie is a fee for service practitioner and does not accept private insurance, Medicaid or Medicare.  A monthly statement can be provided upon request with the proper codes to submit for reimbursement for out of network insurance benefits, if your plan supports out of network services. Please speak to Dr. Carrie about how to make this process as simple as possible, and about the risks and benefits of informing insurance about your mental health services.

When are you available?

Therapy is provided Monday – Thursday with daytime and limited early evening appointments available to meet your needs. All sessions are by appointment only.

What if I’m unsure?

It can feel intimidating to talk to someone you don’t know. Dr. Carrie believes (and over a thousand studies prove) that a good relationship fit between therapist and client is our most powerful tool in helping people feel better and make lasting changes. She offers a free brief phone consultation so you can check for fit before you schedule an appointment.

Are emergency services available?

If you are having thoughts of suicide or are having any other mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room. Colorado Therapy Care, PC is not an emergency facility.

Other questions?

Please call 303-355-6682 or Email Dr. Carrie for more information, or if you have questions that were not addressed above.