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The Colorado Mental Wellness Collective

 

Therapy in Littleton and Southwest Denver

Colorado Mental Wellness Collective provides behavioral health services to adults throughout Littleton and Southwest Denver

If you are trying to decide if therapy might be helpful to you, ask yourself some of the following questions:

What in your life is causing a disconnect between where you are and where you want to be?

Do you find yourself in a rut in your relationships, where the same problems or arguments keep coming back up?

Do you have difficulty enjoying life, even when you can’t pinpoint a specific problem?

Do you find yourself avoiding or shoving down feelings or thoughts because you don’t know how to cope with them? Or that the way you were previously coping with them is no longer helpful?

Do you notice that you are using substances in a way that is negatively impacting your life and moving you away from the life you want for yourself?

Do you find yourself feeling sad, stressed, lonely, and uncertain how to move forward with your career, life, or relationship?

Are you frequently ending up in negative or unhealthy relationships that seem draining rather than fulfilling?

Do you take on too much from others and not leave enough energy for self-care and adventure?

Are you often feeling overwhelmed and not knowing how to decompress (or feeling there is not enough time to do this!)?

Do you catch yourself feeling unreasonably angry without a good understanding as to why?

Have events happened in your life that seem to be keeping you stuck and unable to move forward toward your goals?

People typically reach out for therapy when they feel overwhelmed, distressed, or feel a loss of direction.

You deserve to feel good again! You shouldn’t have to spend your life feeling stressed, depressed, and worrying about when the next thing could go wrong and throw you into a spiral. Waking up in the morning shouldn’t be something you dread (even if you’re not a morning person)! Life shouldn’t be something you are just getting through, it should be something you genuinely enjoy! That doesn’t mean there won’t still be good days and bad days, because, well that’s how life goes. What it means is you’ll learn how to be better equipped to manage the bad days and find ways to feel good even when there is stress around you.

Therapy is an investment, but with active engagement you can see major returns!

At Colorado Mental Wellness Collective, we can work together to identify what is keeping you stuck and blocking you from living the life you envisioned before life became too hectic.

 

If you are experiencing a mental health emergency please call 911 or visit your nearest emergency room.If you are in crisis, please call 1-844-493-8255 or text “TALK” to 38255. Counselors are available 24/7/365