Women’s private therapy, couples and group DUI counseling
Therapy and counseling for mental wellness and court ordered DUI program classes
Schedule your private psychotherapy, couple therapy or family therapy. Your therapy will be tailored to your unique life. A Woman’s Way to Recovery is LGBTQI friendly!
Court Ordered DUI Programs
The ONLY gender specific DUI licensed program in Colorado. Female DUI Program, Groups for DUI, Private treatment for DUI, Therapy Groups for DUI, Tracks A, B, C, D are offered. * A therapeutic and educational evidence based workbook is used. Private DUI education (not groups) are designed to give you true privacy and anonymity.
Our program is the “Ritz Carlton” of DUI Education and Therapy in Colorado. As a small personable program, our groups are less than 10 women. Our therapist gets back to clients via email, text or phone, creating a convenient and supportive program.
Sometimes it is challenging to leave your home or office. You may work long hours or live in a rural area or busy balancing children as a single parent. Therefore you can get professional help via phone or Skype at your convenience in a truly confidential manner. No running into people you know in the lobby, no stress driving in traffic to get to your appointment, just ease and comfort with a professional and experienced clinician.
We are a court approved licensure program for DUI/Level 2 classes in Colorado. See us on the list @ linkingcare.org.
We specialize in women’s issues yet understand that women are relational beings.
A journey begins with one courageous and perhaps vulnerable step forward.
Our program specializes in supporting women’s mental health, teaching her tools to overcome addiction, couples counseling, family therapy and DUI programming that is specific to women’s needs. We understand that we need to support women in their relationships, hence, the importance of couples therapy and/or family therapy. We want to engage the system which may be integral into helping the woman live her best life. Our gender specific approach is personalized, coming from a trauma informed place, and nurturing. We aim to provide quality programming by using evidence based tools, keeping our groups small and personable, and creating a soothing and positive environment. Ultimately we want women not to feel judged as they may already be feeling shame around their addiction, or their DUI, or any other struggles. Hence, every woman we see is treated with respect and care. We work both with women who are court ordered (DUI, parenting classes, anger management) and women who do not have legal consequences yet they are motivated to learn new skills and overcome obstacles that may be creating an addiction or mental health struggles. Take the first step by calling for an appointment, you will be pleased.
Marriage counseling and healthy intimacy education.
Counseling for the family or for the single parent seeking a healthy and nurturing approach to relations.
A safe, nurturing and supportive environment to help the trauma sensitive female from sexual abuse and domestic violence.
DUI & addictions
The ONLY gender specific DUI licensed program in Colorado. Private DUI education (not groups) are designed to give you true privacy and anonymity.
A Woman’s Way to Recovery counseling team is passionately working to support women in their personal and professional goals; we work from an eclectic approach as each person is profoundly unique.
LCSW, CACIII Therapist
Belina holds a Master’s in Social Work from the University of Denver, she is also licensed (LCSW) and a Certified Addictions Counselor lll. Her specialty has been women’s issues since 1995. Ultimately her goal is to support women in living their best life.
Judie has been teaching yoga to all ages for several decades. Her passion and belief in yoga’s healing power has touched many lives. Her ability to work with all levels, including those with injuries, is an excellent addition to A Woman’s Way to Recovery.
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