Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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    Taxonomy Code: RD-1500

    Programs that specialize in providing therapeutic interventions that treat thoughts and cognitions as behaviors which are amenable to behavioral procedures.

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    Behavioral Health and Substance Abuse Services - A.B. CounselingOffers a range of outpatient services for offenders and the general public, including: - Alcohol and drug abuse evaluation and treatment - Domestic violence treatment - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Mental health evaluations - Parenting classes - Sex offender treatment - Trauma treatment - Marriage counselingJefferson CountyA.B. CounselingA.B. Counseling
    Children, Adult, and Family Counseling - Kidstuff Child and Family CounselingOffers a variety of counseling services based on family needs at multiple locations, including: - Trauma from abuse, neglect, disaster, accident, etc. - Abuse (verbal, physical, sexual, emotional) - Substance abuse for children, teens, and adults - Adoption and foster parenting - Prenatal and postpartum depression - Couples counseling - Divorce recovery for adults and children - Step-families - Remarrying families - Grandparents raising children - Positive parenting - AD/HD for children and adults - Behavioral modification - Depression - Anxiety - Anger management - Bipolar and other mood disorders - Family dynamics and relationships - Life skills (problem solving, organization, budgeting, goal setting) - Therapy (play, art, music, trauma-informed yoga, mindfulness, cognitive-behavioral (CBT), dialectical- behavioral (DBT), eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR))Larimer CountyKidstuff Child and Family CounselingKidstuff Child and Family Counseling
    Court Ordered and Voluntary Counseling, Therapy and Treatment Services - Aurora Center for TreatmentOffers a variety of services on both a court-ordered and voluntary basis, including the following: - Domestic Violence Treatment, including male, female and same sex, Voluntary Domestic Violence treatment is available. - DUI Level II Education and Therapy - Substance Abuse/Relapse Prevention, male and female exclusive groups - Cognitive Behavior Therapy - Anger management - Moral Reconation Therapy - Parenting Classes - Seeking Safety - Individual therapy Also offers Monitored Sobriety, including - Urinalysis Testing - Breathalyzers - Oral Swabs - Antabuse observationAdams CountyAurora Center for TreatmentAurora Center for Treatment
    Mental Health Services - Compass Counseling & EvaluationProvides mental health counseling services to individuals, seniors and families in need. Counseling services provided: - Couples Counseling - Family Counseling - Individual Counseling - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing - Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Garfield County1517 BLAKE AVECompass Counseling & Evaluation
    Outpatient Mental Health Services (Wellshire Behavioral Services) - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)Wellshire Behavioral Services provides mental health therapy and psychiatric medications for children and adults living with depression and anxiety. Wellshire uses evidence based treatment models including: - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy - Solution-focused Brief Therapy - Dialectical Behavioral Therapy - Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy - Motivational Interviewing - Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) TherapyDenver CountyWellshire Behavioral Services - Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)Mental Health Center of Denver (MHCD)
    Outpatient Treatment for Children, Adolescents and Families (Church Ranch Blvd) - Devereux Cleo Wallace CenterOffers outpatient treatment for children, adolescents and families including: - individual and family therapies using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) - psychological testing - psychiatric evaluations - specialized services for autism - medication management servicesJefferson CountyChurch Ranch Blvd - Devereux Cleo Wallace CenterDevereux Cleo Wallace Center
    Outpatient Treatment for Children, Adolescents and Families (E Florida Ave) - Devereux Cleo Wallace CenterOffers outpatient treatment for children, adolescents and families including: - individual and family therapies using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) - psychological testing - psychiatric evaluations - specialized services for autism - medication management servicesDenver CountyE Florida Ave - Devereux Cleo Wallace CenterDevereux Cleo Wallace Center
    Residential Youth Services - Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY)Treats adolescent males with: - Sexually abusive behaviors - Substance abuse challenges - Mental health challenges - Challenges with other criminogenic behaviors (ages 13-20) under a RCCF license Treats youth that are dually-diagnosed, according to the Diagnostic and Statistical manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IVTR), with such classifications as: - Adjustment disorder - Bipolar disorder - Depression - Attention hyperactivity disorder - Several other DSM-IVTR distinctions. Youth also must meet these minimum criteria for admission: - Male youth 13 to 20 years of age - Youth able to keep self and others safe without constant redirection - (Offense specific) Youth with current sexual offense adjudications - (Offense specific) Youth who are in the process of being adjudicated for a sexual crime, or - (Offense specific) Youth who have been adjudicated of other crimes, and have inappropriate sexual behavior toward others that were not included in their adjudication, but need to be addressed, or - (Offense Specific) Youth who admitted guilt and are invested in changing their sexually abusive behavior - (Offense Specific) Youth with sexual or incestuous crimes against other children - Youth with adequate intelligence and social functioning (IQ at least 80) - Youth requiring treatment for mental health challenges including but not limited to Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Bi-Polar Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - Youth with other criminogenic challenges including but not limited to starting fires, trespassing, theft, substance abuse, etc. Weld CountyAlternative Homes for Youth (AHFY)Alternative Homes for Youth (AHFY)

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