Here are some frequently asked questions about Christian counseling in Denver. If you have any unanswered questions about our Denver psychotherapy services, feel free to contact us.

Where are you located?2020-05-26T11:00:43+00:00

Grace Counseling is located in Littleton, one block west of S. Broadway at Mineral Ave. See Location/Contact for a map and directions.

How long is an appointment?2020-05-26T10:59:26+00:00

Therapy appointments are scheduled for 50 minutes of time with the therapist. Some therapists may offer longer sessions at a prorated fee. 

What is your vision statement?2020-05-26T10:59:26+00:00

We at Grace Counseling strive to provide exceptional care and a compassionate environment for every client. Our dedicated team of professionals seeks to strengthen, educate, and bring healing to our clients and their families. We endeavor to be a Christian counseling center offering excellence in a full range of clinical expertise and services, including marriage counseling in Denver and the surrounding areas.

What are your hours?2020-05-26T11:01:16+00:00

The office staff is available from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Thursday. Our therapists offer early morning and late afternoon/evening hours, Monday through Friday and a few therapists work on Saturdays. Naturally, sessions outside of school and business hours are premium to most clients, thus may be more difficult to schedule. 

What is your cancellation policy?2020-05-26T10:59:26+00:00

Appointments must be cancelled 48 hours in advance. Missed appointments and cancellations made less than 48 hours in advance result in a full fee charge for the counseling session.

Do you offer sliding scale or reduced-fee counseling?2020-05-26T11:02:07+00:00

Frequently, a few therapists offer a reduced fee depending on individual and family financial circumstances and availability of reduced-fee spots.  We also offer reduced fees through our internship program.

Do you accept insurance?2020-05-26T11:01:54+00:00

Typically, we do not work directly with insurance providers, but we will provide you with the paperwork for you to submit to your insurance company. Many plans offer partial reimbursement for out-of-network providers. Contact your insurance company to find out if your plan covers out-of-network mental health services.  Unfortunately, we cannot see clients who have Medicaid and recommend using the Find A Doctor tool on Colorado Medicaid’s website.

What are your fees?2020-05-26T11:02:30+00:00

Our fees range from $100 – $160 per session depending on the therapist.  We do offer reduced fees based on your income ranging from $20 – $60 with our counseling interns.  Our psychiatric provider is $255 for the 90 minute initial evaluation, $170 for a 60 minute follow up appointment, and $85 for a 30 minute follow up appointment.

Do you pray with your clients or use the Bible in Counseling?2020-05-26T11:02:54+00:00

Counseling treatment involves many aspects of an individual or family’s beliefs and life experiences including a look at emotional, mental, spiritual, physical, and relational health. Prayer, use of scripture, and other resources are used upon the wishes of the client.

Clients from non-Christian faiths find comfort and hope in prayer and religious writings and may request that these be an active part of their counseling experiences in the context of their personal faith. Non-religious clients can utilize their preferred resources to enhance their counseling experience.

Grace Counseling is a Christian counseling center. What does this mean? What if I am of another faith or non-religious? What is Christian counseling?2020-05-26T11:03:10+00:00

Our therapists are Christian by faith, from a variety of denominational backgrounds. As licensed professionals, we honor the personal beliefs and convictions of the clients we serve. Clients choose if and how they would like to incorporate their personal faith or spirituality into counseling.

Clients who are Christian and are seeking to develop their faith can be sure to find counselors here with grace and spiritual development competence who can walk with them on their journey. Clients can be assured that we will follow biblical principles.

Clients who identify as a Christian and prefer not to discuss the Bible or Christian values or do not wish to include their spirituality in the counseling process will feel comfortable.

When clients walk in the door who self-identify as non-religious, non-spiritual, and non-Christian, they will also feel welcome and comfortable.

How do I request an appointment?2020-05-26T11:03:26+00:00

If you are experiencing any of the above symptoms or simply desire to improve an area of your life, counseling may be an excellent start on your path toward healing and healthy relationships.

Contact us to set up an appointment. Please call during off-peak times. We are most busy between 10 minutes before and after the top of each hour checking in our clients. If you are need of emergency medical or mental health care, please visit your nearest emergency room or call 9-1-1.

How do I know if counseling would be helpful?2020-05-26T11:03:39+00:00

Meeting with a therapist can be helpful when struggling through a new or temporary event, adjusting to situations and circumstances, improving relationships with significant others such as spouses/family/friends/coworkers, needing help with a specific challenge, and figuring out direction in life.

Counseling is also appropriate when various symptoms negatively affect relationships and/or interfere with normal, daily-life functions at home, school, or work.

Consider the following list of symptoms:

• Significant stress or worry
• Depressed or anxious mood
• Feeling on edge, irritable, or agitated
• Irrational fears and/or excessive anxiety (such as panic attacks)
• Explosive emotional outbursts or suppressed rage
• Avoidance of social activities, including withdrawal from family and friends
• Others have expressed concern over changes in your behavior
• Changes in appetite (significant weight loss or gain)
• Changes in sleep patterns (hypersomnia or insomnia) or night terrors
• Suffering from unresolved childhood traumas, including physical and sexual abuse, or neglect
• Dissociation (trauma induced symptoms involving loss of memories (amnesia), sense of identity and ability to discern reality.)
• Chemical dependence (drug or alcohol addiction)
• Behavioral or habitual addictions
• Acting out in an unhealthy sexual manner
• Self-injury (cutting, burning, reckless behavior)
• Dissatisfaction or conflicts in family situation (including marital conflicts)
• Couple or marriage relationship problems leaving one or both of you feeling disconnected