Health Counseling and Therapy Services at
Now that you've taken that first step to find a counselor you can talk to, we hope that you find our site useful. We've included not only information about our services and our counselors, but also information on how counseling works, how to choose a therapist/counselor, several topics of interest, and downloadable handouts that can help you build practical skills and improve your life.
On this page, we've tried to provide answers to the most common initial questions, with links so you can get more information on that question if you want it. We are always happy to spend some time discussing any questions, comments, or concerns you have - if you don't find what you need please call or email.
Each counselor offers mental health counseling services for individuals (including teens), couples, and families. We have recently starting offering group counseling as well on several topics. Please take the link on the left side of the page to read more about what groups we are offering. New groups are starting all the time, so please check with us for the next group if one interests you.
We provide therapy for many
different types of challenges, the list at the left includes many but not
all. Feel free to click on a topic of interest for more
information. If you don't see what you're interested in, please contact us - it may be something we work with after all. We are happy to answer questions and discuss your situation to help you decide what is best for you.
Being comfortable with a counselor is the most
important part of
making counseling a success for you. You will find compassionate and non-judgmental support
at LifePaths. Three things guide us in helping you
to overcome the issues that have
brought you here: building resilience,
improving your own sense of
well-being, and bringing positive change to your life. We
will work together to discover:
strategies towards improvement
- Practical skills
for coping with and managing life
events and stressful situations
- Insight into
yourself and the past, present, and future of your life
- And most
important, we work very hard to help you restore your natural sense of
hope, balance, and peace of mind
Thank you for visiting. If for any reason you don't find
information you are looking for here, feel free to call or use the
contact page to email us.
Location, Hours, and General Information
located near Kipling Parkway and C-470 in Littleton, Colorado (see
map here). The office is in the southwest part of
the Denver Metro area. We now have an
additional location in Lone Tree, if you prefer this location please
let us know when you contact us.
hours are usually between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Later evening or
weekend appointments may be available on request.
Sessions are typically
45-50 minutes in length. You can pay with cash, check, or credit
At this time, we
not bill insurance companies. However, we are
happy to provide you with a receipt to submit a claim
We are often asked: "What is the difference between a counselor and a therapist?" Or, "What is the difference between counseling and therapy?" In mental health the terms counseling, therapy, and psychotherapy are used interchangably, as are the terms counselor, therapist, and psychotherapist. Our disclosure form will give you details on each counselor's credentials as well as a description of what these credentials mean. You are also welcome to call or email with any questions about this and we are happy to help.
complete a few forms when counseling starts. These include our
disclosure statement and an information sheet that helps your counselor
understand your needs in counseling, in your own words. You can
download the forms here.
At the link above you will also find several client handouts that you might find useful or interesting.
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