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Choosing a Therapist

All our therapists set their own schedules and manage their own clientele. Ultimately, the decision to work together as therapist and client is between you and the clinical staff member you select.

Finding the right therapist is serious business, and it is not always an obvious choice. To the degree that you wish, SCA can help. Use one or more of the following options to get the information you need.

Read Our Therapist Pages

Each clinical staff member has a page that describes his/her training, experience and areas of expertise. Often the information on these pages will tell you what you need to know to choose the best therapist, or at least to narrow the field for further investigation. There is a phone number at the bottom of each page with the therapist's extension number in case you want to call him/her for further information.

Talk to a Therapist

Our therapists are happy to talk with you to give you a better sense of who they are -- their expertise, style and availability -- and how they are likely to affect you. Though our therapists do not typically offer a free initial session, some may be willing to meet with you briefly to give you a face-to-face introduction.

Call the therapist at 303-730-1717 and leave a voice message at the extension listed on his/her page. To avoid interrupting therapy sessions, calls to therapists go directly to voice mail. You will receive a return call in about one to two business days.

Call Our Intake Coordinator

Our intake coordinator, Joel MacFarland, maintains current information on all our therapists, including licenses, specialties, availability and insurance providers that will cover their services. Call Joel at 303-730-1717, extension 220. You can also use our email contact form to send Joel a written message.

Joel will call you, usually within two business days, and suggest one or more therapists for you to call. It will then be up to you to call that therapist and decide where to go from there. To avoid interrupting therapy sessions, calls to therapists go directly to voice mail.

Check for Referrals

SCA maintains an extensive network of contacts throughout the Front Range. If you are still not sure which of our therapists is best for you, it is quite possible that your minister, doctor or other professional care giver can make a suggestion. Remember to check with family members, friends and acquaintances who have had experience with SCA.

Take your time and get the information you need. When you are ready, we'll be here.