Frequently Asked Questions
What to know when you’re looking for a counselor, whether in Stapleton (Denver) or Loveland.
What is counseling really all about?
Who gets counseling?
Do you take my insurance? Why not?
What should I expect from the process?
We are a family and will treat you with the warmth and regard that we treat our own family. Once you get into sessions with us, expect conversations in which we explore your life story together, helpful tools to benefit your life, and an ongoing evaluation of where you are and where you’d like to be. Beyond that, we will tailor our work to your specific needs and have many effective skills to help you.
Can counseling help me?
What issues can you handle?
Am I the only one that experiences this? What if it’s embarrassing?
What are your hours and location? When can I come see you?
Currently, the therapists at Riverpath Counseling Colorado are accepting new clients in our Stapleton (Denver), Colorado offices.
Our appointment hours are:
Monday – Thursday: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Weekends and additional hours by special need. Telehealth options available, also.
How soon can you get in? Well, that all depends on your flexibility. The hours from 2 p.m. on fill up very quickly so there may be a wait. If you’re flexible with your schedule, we can probably get you started this week.
What if I need to see someone outside of your normal hours?