I recently spoke with a woman whose 5-year-old daughter was traumatized in a car accident.
For three weeks after the crash, she called just about every therapy or counseling provider she could find, trying to get someone who could help her little girl.
In the end, she was unable to find a child therapist who accepted her insurance and had any availability.
This is an all-too common story in our community. And it’s exactly why we do things differently at Heart-Centered Counseling.
The Challenge of Finding a New Therapist in Fort Collins
If you live in Fort Collins, perhaps you’ve had a similar experience. You’ve tried to find a counselor or a therapist – for your child, for your marriage, or for yourself.
You start by calling a few therapy offices, hoping you can find one that:
1. Has an opening for you.
2. Accepts your insurance.
3. Specializes in your area of need.
Finding a match for all three areas is often a challenge. In my conversations with clients over the years, I’ve come to realize that this process can be very frustrating for many people.
Far too many people never find a good match for all three areas, and they give up on their search in frustration.
What Makes Heart-Centered Counseling Different?
At Heart-Centered Counseling, we do things differently.
If you’re looking for a therapist or counselor, we make you these promises:
1. We will have openings, as quickly as the same day for emergency situations (whenever needed).
2. We will take every insurance.
3. We will cover every area of expertise. If you need individual counseling, marriage or couples counseling, or a therapist for your child, teenager, or family, we have counselors on staff who are speciality trained to help in your specific situation.
4. We will offer outstanding, experienced care to everyone who comes in the door.
It’s More Than a Therapy Practice to Us, It’s a Social Enterprise
We have 10 outstanding therapists on staff, ready to help.To highlight just a few of our counselors:
1. Catherine is a CSU professor of social work with 25 years of experience.
2. Tammy is a former US press secretary turned counselor with 10 years of experience.
3. Jolie Beth specializes in working with children and school districts.
Together, we make up Heart-Centered Counseling, an organization built on the needs of the people in and around Fort Collins, not on a desire to make additional profit.
If you’d like to talk with me, or any of our staff about this new world of mental health treatment, we’d love to hear from you. Give us a call at (970) 498-0709, or you can learn more about us at www.heartcenteredcounslors.com.