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Good Therapy is Priceless…
Churning in a pit of anxiety, depression, or general unhappiness takes an enormous toll on your life. Therapy does cost money, however there may be a bigger cost to NOT getting good therapy when you need it.
Imagine weeks, months, or years of staying in worry, sadness, or failing relationships — versus having the love, happiness and success you want. You’re not shopping for a couch here — you’re trying to build a good life.
Good therapy is valuable. We determine value by what we get out of something — either pleasure or utility. We seek to fill our aching hearts with stuff. We can put a price on shoes, on cars, on vacations, but their true value to us is the happiness they bring us. But you know there is nothing that you can purchase with money that will create more than a fleeting ripple in your emotions.
Authentic happiness comes from our ability to have good relationships, meaning in our lives, feeling good about ourselves, and from feeling like we are in command of our destiny. You can’t buy any of those things. But investing in good therapy can help you create them.
With the possible exceptions of your health and your family, your happiness is worth more than anything. You deserve to be happy. You’ve made investments in your education, in your home, and in your career hoping that they would bring you happiness. Now it’s time to invest in yourself.
Good Therapy is Priceless… But It’s Also Affordable
Growing Self was founded on the premise that everyone deserves access to high quality personal growth experiences. We strive to make therapy with us as affordable as it is meaningful and effective. We keep our standard fees low. Plus, most of the therapists in our practice are able to meet with you on a sliding scale basis. Master’s level therapists charge between $60 – $105 per session. Doctoral level therapists charge between $80- $150 per session. Sliding scale rates are determined from your annual household income and size of your family, and are dependent on practitioner availability. Furthermore, by using effective, evidence based therapy, we ensure that your therapy will be meaningful and valuable to you. Our strategies have been proven by research to help people feel better and make positive changes, and we use short-term therapy models. On average our clients get what they need out of therapy in 8-16 sessions.
Yes, You Can Use Your Insurance Benefits
We can help you get reimbursed for your therapy sessions, if your insurance policy covers behavioral healthcare with out-of-network providers. We also accept payments from Flexible Healthcare Savings Accounts.
We’re Here to Help
Teresa Thomas, M.A., LMFTA
SMART, POSITIVE & SOLUTION-FOCUSED | Teresa is a positive, strengths-based therapist, marriage counselor, and life coach with a knack for helping people get to the root of their issues so that they can establish strong foundations for long-term change. She helps couples, families and individuals heal, grow, and feel good again.
Available In: Charlotte, NC • Online Video
Features: Evenings & Weekends | More Affordable | Individual Therapy For Residents of North Carolina
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Brittany Stewart, M.A., LMFT-C
COMPASSIONATE, POWERFUL HEALING FOR COUPLES AND INDIVIDUALS | Brittany is a couples counselor, individual therapist, premarital counselor, and a life and relationship coach. She works with her clients to build connected relationships, restore emotional bonds, and grow in their capacity to love others as well as themselves.
Available In: Broomfield, CO | Online Video
Features: Weekends / Evenings | More Affordable | Individual Therapy For Residents of Colorado
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Kaily Moore, M.S., LMFT-A
COLLABORATIVE, FLEXIBLE, AND ENGAGING | Kaily is a highly trained Marriage and Family Therapist. She has additional specialized training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, addiction, and recovery as well as Gottman Method Couples Therapy levels one and two.
Available: Online Video
Features: Evenings & Weekends | More Affordable | Individual Therapy For Residents of Texas
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Megan Brice, M.S., LPCC
WARM, ENCOURAGING & EMPOWERING | Megan is a career counselor, life coach and therapist who creates a warm environment for you to explore the depths of who you are, so you can grow. She challenges, encourages, and empowers you to embrace transition in order to create future fulfillment.
Available In: Fort Collins + Broomfield, CO | By Online Video
Features: Evening & Weekend Appointments | More Affordable | Individual Therapy For Residents of Colorado
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Stephanie Oliver, M.A., UKCP Family and Systemic Therapist
ACTIVE, DOWN TO EARTH, THOUGHTFUL | Stephanie is an active, engaged, and down to earth counselor who takes great interest in your overall well-being. She works with couples, families, and individuals to help them reach their full potential in life and their relationships.
Available: Online Video
Features: Evenings & Weekends | More Affordable and Experienced | Individual Therapy For Residents of the UK
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Brenda Fahn, M.A., LMFT
SPECIALIZING IN LOVE, JOY & FULFILLMENT | Brenda helps people strengthen their marriages, their families, and themselves. She can help you enjoy your relationships with your partner and children, heal from difficult experiences, and cultivate meaning, joy, and love in your life.
Available In: Broomfield, CO • Online Video
Features: Evenings | More Experienced | Individual Therapy For Residents Colorado and California
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If you have additional questions about the value of therapy, and what we can do to help you given the specifics of your situation, you can talk it over in person with one of our expert therapists. Schedule your free consultation meeting at our Cherry Creek Office, our Westminster Office, or try Online Therapy through Skype, Google Hangouts, or FaceTime for Mac. You can schedule online right now, or by calling (720) 370-1800, anytime. (We answer 24/7).