Questions to Ask a Counselor

Wednesday, November 23, 2022 @ 2:18 PM

You need to get help as soon as possible. Thanksgiving is tomorrow and you’re dreading it; thinking there’s going to be a lot to process after getting together with your family. The way they talk to each other and all the drinking triggers all those crazy relationship patterns and addictions you’ve been stuck in. Your partner is in recovery and you are going into control and fear mode. You’ve put off getting a therapist because things have felt peaceful and you didn’t want to rock the boat. But now you realize that you both need help to make it through the holidays.

Denver is such a happening place, especially now, and there will be more triggers with all the parties coming back after Covid. So this morning you googled Christian Counselors in Denver and you’ve found a couple of individual therapists and a group practice that sounds good for dealing with addictions and relationships. They all offer free consultations but where do you start, what questions do you ask?

I get it, it’s taken a lot of falls in your journey to finally make the call. I am here to help you individually and as a couple. Let me give you some tips that may get you the counselor you need:

What do you mean by Christian Counseling?

What can I expect to get out of counseling?

Do I have to dredge up the past?

How will you keep me accountable so that I make the changes I need to make?

Where are you located?

How much will it cost?

Do you take insurance?

I hope this helps you in finding a good fit. If not, how can I help? Book a free 15-minute consultation or call 720-577-5985 and get some answers on what questions to ask when finding a Christian Counselor in Denver.