People go to counseling for a variety of reasons and concerns. What everyone needs to realize is that seeking counseling for yourself or a loved-one is a sign of strength. It shows that you have insight and that you're open to improvement. The Student and Community Counseling Center at The University of Colorado Denver provides one of the best values in Denver - free and low-cost professional therapy to university students and community members willing to take the important step. Therapy takes place year-round, not just during the traditional school year.
- Do you have a child who is exhibiting problematic performance in school, either academic or behavioral, or having a hard time with changing schools?
- Is your family dealing with loss, serious illness, separation or divorce?
- Do you want to feel more comfortable expressing who you are?
- Would you like to gain additional skills to deal with family conflict, bullying, substance abuse, or stress?
- Are you dealing with economic challenges?
- Do you feel that you'd like to improve your parenting?
- Are you being treated unjustly by others?
- Have you ever felt like you don't fit in because of your body size, skin color, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religious/spiritual beliefs, or something else?
If you can relate to any of these concerns, we encourage you to call the Counseling Center at 303-556-4372 to make an appointment.
Staffed by psychologists, professional psychotherapists and advanced graduate-level practicum students, the center assures clients respect and confidentiality. It is located in downtown Denver on the Auraria Campus (across from the Pepsi Center) in the North Classroom Building, Room 4036.