E Horsetooth Rd - Parent-Child Interaction Center and Canopy Counseling
Data Provided By
United Way of Larimer County 2-1-1 - UWLC
Description of Program
Cunseling/therapy model focused on improving relationships between parents and their children aged 2-8. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy is a proven parent-child treatment program that assists parents of children with behavioral problems (aggression, non-compliance, defiance, and temper tantrums). PCIT has been adapted as an intervention for many different types of families (child welfare population, at-risk families, adoptive families, foster families)
The PCIT program has two program components. In the first stage, parents are taught and coached how to decrease negative aspects of the relationship with their child and to develop consistently positive and supportive communication. In the second stage, parents are taught and coached the elements of effective discipline and child management skills. Parents learn and acquire specific skills, practice these skills until mastery is achieved and the child's targeted problem behavior has improved.
Urgent Services Provided
Therapists available for emergency appointments with current clients
Boulder, Larimer counties
Phone call to set appointment, initial intake includes background history, if enrolling in PCIT, there are several assessments the family will complete.
There are no other intake fees or requirements for general therapy or counseling services. Caregiver must be able to give consent for therapy or have access to the guardian who may do so.
Victim compensation provider. Building best accessed via Landings Drive off of E Horsetooth Rd.
Services also offered at a second location in Boulder at 4790 Table Mesa Dr, Ste 108, Boulder, CO 80305
Caregivers and their children aged 2-8. The caregiver does not need to be a biological parent, but should be involved in the regular and ongoing care of the child. Counseling services for general public and individuals involved with Social Services.