Wheat Ridge Counseling
WELCOME TO THE CONTACT PAGE FOR OUR WHEAT RIDGE COUNSELING OFFICE!
If you are in the Wheat Ridge, Colorado area we are so glad to offer you affordable Christian therapy near you. We believe that you can find freedom from depression, anxiety or anything else that is currently holding you back–your mental health is our number one priority. Our Wheat Ridge counseling services are very diverse and we likely have a highly skilled Christian therapist ready to help you.
To read about our counselors at this location click here.
hours and contact information:
Open Monday thru Saturday; appointments available between 9 am and 9 pm most days of the week.
Call us at: (303) 902-3068
or Email at: info@ChristianCounselingCo.com
how do i get there?
4251 Kipling Street, Suite 305, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
If you live or work in the Northern Denver like Arvada or Wheat Ridge area, this office will be so convenient for you!
Located just south of I-70 at Kipling and 44th Avenue, this location offers a comfortable, three-room office suite with easy, first-floor accessibility. Come check it out! We think you’ll love it here!
This office space is shared with these professional counselors!
what do your counselors specialize in?
Some of our specialties at this location include: Individual counseling, couples and marriage counseling, premarital counseling, family counseling, children’s/play therapy, men’s issues, gender identity/sexuality, PTSD and trauma, anxiety, depression, and more (just call us if you have questions).
DO COUNSELORS AT WHEAT RIDGE OFFER ONLINE THERAPY SESSIONS?
Yes! We strive to make Christian Therapy available to as many people as possible and telehealth/telementalhealth is a great option for this. All of our therapists are able to do in-person and online counseling (or a combination of both). To read more about online therapy at Cornerstone, click here.
WHY COMBINE CHRISTIANITY AND THERAPY?
Our community of Colorado-based counselors are Christian and their world view is based on the Bible. This matters because what your counselor believes (whether or not this is made overt) impacts the way they counsel. With that said, we also want to make it overt that we welcome you, wherever you are coming from. Christian, non-Christian or non-religious, we will respect and honor you and care for you with non-judgmental compassion and grace.
Above is a photo of the building so you know what to look for.