Our Unique Approach
Our individual therapy services are available to teenagers and young adults, ages 13–30, who struggle with anxiety, mood instability, difficulties regulating emotions and maladaptive coping skills. Our incoming clients might rely on non-suicidal self-injury as a coping mechanism, or they may turn to impulsive behaviors or substance abuse to avoid feelings of emptiness, difficulty tolerating stressful situations, and chaotic interpersonal relationships.
We believe that each of our clients are unique, special people, and getting to know them on an individual level is of the utmost importance. By building positive relationships and providing a safe, judgment-free environment for everyone who walks through our door, we’re able to tailor our services and find the solutions needed for the positive resolution of current and repeating life problems.
Some examples of our individual therapy practices:
- Active, relational therapy sessions
- Positive psychology and behavior therapy
- Integration of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- A unique, collaborative, hybrid approach of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- A focus on the here and now, incorporating psychodynamic theory when applicable.
We Believe it Takes a Village
At Cherry Creek Collective for Mental Health, we do things a little differently—and that’s what makes us special. When participating in our individual therapy program, our clients have the opportunity to develop a collaborative, interactive and trusting connection with his or her therapist, but our involvement doesn’t stop there. Instead of getting access to the expertise of just one therapist, our clients have access to a whole team. Since each team member offers a different background, skill set, and personality, using a collaborative, integrative approach allows us to not only provide the most beneficial, well-rounded care, but also allows our clients to discover what works best for them. We love collaborating with outside clinicians. We believe it is our responsibility to coordinate regularly with outside or referring individual therapists.