Therapy sessions last for 50 minutes and are usually scheduled once a week. This is to help you or your family member develop a trust relationship with the therapist which is the key for success in therapy. Payments can be made at the end of each session. Cancelled appointments must be done prior to 24 hours and a regular fee will be assessed to those appointments canceled within 24 hours.

Your Rights

You may seek a second opinion from another therapist or termnate therapy at any time.
As a client you are entitled to receive information about the method of therapy and techniques used. You are entitled to know the fee structure and duration of therapy if known.

In a professional relationship such as this, sexual intimacy is never appropriate and should be reported to the Grievance Board: State Grievance Board, 1560 Broadway, Suite 1340, Denver, CO 80202

By law the information you share during therapy is legally confidential except:
When there is serious threat of personal harm, harm to others or property.
When sexual or physical abuse on another person is disclosed. In case of a child or an elderly person, neglect may also break your confidentiality.
The court of law may order session notes to be disclosed.

In the case of non-payment for services in order for you name to be given to a collection agency.

Information may also be shared with a billing company to collect payment from you insurance company.

Developing a trusting relationship with your counselor is the key that makes therapy happen. Set goals with your counselor for what you want to accomplish in therapy. If you feel that you are not making the progress that you want, talk to your therapist about this. That what they are there for!


A Children's Counseling Center
4251 Date Street,
Colorado Springs, CO, 80917

Tel: (719) 639 - 4869

Colorado APT


4251 Date Street, Colorado Springs, CO, 80917