*** The situation regarding COVID-19 continues to evolve. Therefore, we are making a few changes to our services to keep our patients, community and healthcare staff healthy. For our behavioral health services, we are modifying our visits to provide telehealth visits.***
For more information on COVID-19 visit the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment website, Summit County Government website and 211Colorado.org.
*** La situación con respecto a COVID-19 continúa evolucionando. Por lo tanto, estamos realizando algunos cambios en nuestros servicios para mantener sanos a nuestros pacientes, la comunidad y el personal de atención médica. Para nuestros servicios de salud del comportamiento, estamos modificando nuestras visitas para proporcionar visitas de telesalud. ***
Para obtener más información sobre COVID-19, visite el sitio web del Departamento de Salud Pública y Medio Ambiente de Colorado: https://www.colorado.gov/pacif…/cdphe/2019-novel-coronavirus y el sitio web del gobierno del condado de Summit Sitio web (igual que el anterior) y: http://www.co.summit.co.us/1306/Coronavirus, 211Colorado.org.
Our Behavioral Health team consists of licensed psychologists, professional counselors, professional psychologists, clinical social workers and addictions counselors who work with patients to enhance their social, emotional and behavioral health.
In addition to working with patients on their care, counselors work closely with medical providers in a team approach that emphasizes the importance of treating the whole person. Our aim is to empower patients to make healthy life choices and learn skills to cope with medical conditions and life challenges. All our therapists are trained in evidence-based treatment modalities including specialized training for addressing trauma, severe emotional dysregulation, sleep issues, and several other common psychosocial disorders.
All Behavioral Health services provided through the Care Clinic are confidential. Behavioral Health services might be short term, solution-focused services for brief needs, or may require longer-term engagement for more severe and long-standing issues. Questions about treatment and duration can be addressed to your provider at the time of service.
We believe in collaborative care with patients and aim to foster a warm and caring relationship that will help our patients make important changes and address difficult issues.
Our therapists have a depth and range knowledge and skills including but not limited to:
● General to Major Depression
● General to Major Anxiety
● Suicide Prevention
● Child Psychology
● Stress Management
● Substance Use Disorders
● Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity
● Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
● Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
● Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)
● Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)
● Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
● Comprehensive DBT and DBT informed treatment (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy)
● Prolonged Exposure (PE)
● Couple’s and Family Therapy
● Play Therapy
● Holistic perspective
Behavioral Health services for children and adolescents are available in every Summit, Lake and Park County school through our School Based Health Centers. These youth focused counseling services are provided in the school setting during the school day to increase child and family access to needed supports while minimizing extra time away from school or work.
Currently not available due to COVID-19.Our open access behavioral health services are available every Tuesday and Friday from 9:00-5:00 at 360 Peak One Drive, Suite 100, Frisco, CO 80443.
These services are available on a walk-in basis for patients in need of non-emergency behavioral healthcare. You do not need to be an existing patient at the clinic to utilize these services.
Patients are seen on a first come, first serve basis. We will make every attempt to have you seen by a behavioral health provider as soon as possible, but please know that there may be some wait time involved.
We have behavioral health clinicians available who will complete an assessment with you and talk with you about our services, available programs, and provide you with referrals if needed.
Together, we will develop an individualized care plan designed to improve your well-being.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a treatment for individuals with significant difficulty regulating their emotions and behaviors.
DBT skills teach adolescents and families to: regulate their emotions and behaviors; reduce problem behaviors and increase skillful behaviors; experience a range of emotions without necessarily acting on those emotions; improve relationships with family, school, and peers.
The overarching goal of DBT is to help people create a life worth living. The program requires commitment from the student and their family for a minimum of 8 weeks. Adolescents will work with their families and a therapeutic team to acquire skills and reduce life-threatening behaviors.
Program components include: individual therapy; phone coaching with an individual therapist; multi-family skills group; psychiatric consultation and management; academic support.
Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is an evidence-based approach to treating opioid addiction with a combination of medication and psychosocial support services such as counseling. Respected scientific sources, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institute on Drug Abuse and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), all recommend medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction.
Our MAT program takes a holistic approach to treating the patient. We use medication to manage physical withdrawal and to reduce cravings, and counseling and other recovery support services to address the psychological symptoms of addiction.
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