Frequently Asked Questions

Do you accept insurance?

The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver is in-network with most private insurance boards and publicly funded health care such as Medicaid, Medicare, CHP+, Medicaid Waivers and Victim’s Assistance. If you have questions about your insurance benefits we can disuss your benefits as well as the pros and cons of using insurance for therapy.

How long are sessions?

Individual sessions are the length of a traditional therapy session of 50 minutes long. Family sessions are 80 minutes long. Family sessions are typically longer due to being more complex and having additional family members in the session.

How long does therapy take?

The length of therapy is dependent on the individual goals and frequency of sessions. The goal of The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver is to have as few sessions as possible for sustainable, long-term change. The center focuses on building healthy coping mechanisms, changing dysfunctional family patterns and building a healthy support system to have the tools to be successful without therapy.

What does the intake session look like?

The goal of the intake session is for the therapist to get to know each client, and to learn what their therapeutic goals are. During the intake session, the therapist recommends frequency and duration of therapy that would be beneficial for the family/individual and necessary paperwork is completed.  It is encouraged that clients complete the necessary intake paperwork prior to the first session, so that time can be spent addressing therapeutic needs.

What are your hours?

The hours of The Child and Family Therapy Center of Denver vary depending on client needs. Evening hours will be available to accommodate families that work during traditional day-time hours.