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Colorado private therapy & DUI programs

A journey begins with one courageous and perhaps vulnerable step forward.

We specialize in supporting women’s mental health

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 Colorado and other states 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.

Speciality Services

We specialize in women's issues yet understand that women are relational beings.

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.

Addictions

We live in a time when addictions are more common than ever. From Smartphones to Social Networking to shopping and alcohol and drugs (legal and illegal drugs such as prescription medications) and food, one's addiction is just a symptom of something else. The maladaptive behaviors listed above are all reactions to root issues such as trauma, abuse, grief, loneliness/isolation, lack of meaning, depression, anxiety disorders and anger.

Abuse Trauma

Research tells us that trauma is often a precursor to mental illnesses such as anxiety and/or depression. Moreover, those may have survived traumatic experiences such as rape, violence, abuse, life threatening accidents, war, and other circumstances. Since trauma survivors manifest symptoms such as anxiety, depression, and substance abuse, we work from a trauma sensitive, trauma informed model.

Couples Therapy

Marriage counseling and healthy intimacy education.Couples therapy is tailored to each unique couple's needs. Typical issues addressed include: dynamics of blended families (second marriages learning how to navigate step children), trust issues, addictions of all kinds (alcohol, drugs, shopping, video gaming, pornography, social networking), clarifying needs and goals, and intimacy issues. This is a safe place where couples can learn new healthy relationship skills in order to save their partnership.

Family Therapy

Our environment plays a significant role in our overall health which means our mental health and how we chose to cope with life stressors and/or triggers. How a family dances around that home environment is a critical piece of recovery and change. Therefore, family therapy and/or couples therapy is an integral force when one needs to better their life. Improving ones life is equal to improving ones family dynamics; at A Woman's Way to Recovery, we approach the family in a way that improves communication, builds trust and leads to a nurturing environment where everyone can grow and thrive.

Intervention

An intervention is a professionally orchestrated in person meeting between a substance abuser and people who have been affected by that person’s abuse. Generally family, friends and sometimes employers and coworkers are involved in that process. The goal of an intervention is to motivate a substance abuser to seek help with his or her drug and/or alcohol problem. As a licensed and certified clinician Belina has conducted countless interventions since 1995. Please call for more details, and if seriously concerned about a love one, call immediately.

Need an Intervention?

An intervention includes bringing a team of concerned loved ones coupled with a professional who is educated in addictions and mental health. That team discusses and plans what they believe to be in the best interest of the concerned person at hand. That concerned person, or the designated client, is then educated, and respectfully presented with options for treatment so that they can live their best life. The team brings support and love for the client so that the client can see that there are options and hope. The interventionist, Belina, helps facilitate these options, bringing sound clinical advice, resources and direction for change.

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