The Ardent Grove Foundation offers high-quality, trauma-informed therapy and assessment services. We believe in a collaborative process, in which the goals for treatment are co-created between client and therapist.
Our Advanced Graduate Student Clinicians receive specialized training and supervision, and offer the following types of therapeutic services:
· Individual therapy
· EMDR therapy
· Couples therapy
· Family therapy
· Neurofeedback Training
Pregnancy and the start of parenthood, whether this is your first or 3rd child, is an important time in our lives. Not only for the ongoing health and well-being of mothers, but also for the family as a whole. Women, partners, and siblings in the family benefit from identification of stressors or symptoms, and support around managing feelings and moods with a new baby. Especially in the postpartum period, but also during pregnancy when so much changes for everyone involved, therapeutic support helps the whole family thrive.
This may include:
The therapists at the Ardent Grove Clinic are passionate about supporting mothers and families make the transition to new parenthood and are honored to support all women and their families.
EMDR or Eye- Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is in advanced therapeutic technique to address any type of traumatic experience that affects a person. We focus on trauma treatment and recovery. Through generous donations and grants, every therapist at Ardent Grove undergoes training and certification for EMDR therapy. EMDR can benefit anyone, at any age and can help heal or process a single experience to significant, repeated childhood trauma. You don't have to sit with your discomfort and pain, recovery is possible. EMDR can also help move past fears, such as public speaking and aid in sports performance. Contact us below to learn more.
Therapists at the Ardent Grove Clinic are passionate about treating children, teens, and young adults through various forms of therapy. This is a unique time in a person’s life. Therapy can help guide teens and young adults to a better understanding of themselves, of family dynamics, managing relationships, and developing their own ways to manage stressors. Often, a youth or young adult has never had a private, safe place to discuss how they’re feeling or what they’re attempting to accomplish in their life. By providing an open, trusting environment, therapists at the Ardent Grove Clinic are able to provide individualized support to young people, fostering healthy changes and growth. And in addition to talk therapy, therapists also offer play therapy and sand tray therapy to our clients.
Grief and loss is all around us. Whether a death-related loss or not, at Ardent Grove, we understand the many layers and complexities of loss. While grief and loss can take a toll on our mental health and resemble many other mental health disorders, the treatment is also very different from other mental health needs. Grieving is not something that needs fixed or that one can “tackle” such as depression or anxiety. Many people are surprised and even ashamed to admit the many differing emotions arising out of their grief. You may feel that you are “going crazy” or that “you are a bad person” for having the feelings you are having in your grief. There are lots of “should's” and “supposed to's” in our world that keep grieving people stuck and hurting.
Our therapists can help hold space for your many emotions and help you to make sense of what is coming up in your own grief processing. They can help you to get the support and resources that you need to make it through this challenging time while feeling less isolated and alone.
A family is the healthiest and strongest when all member feel valued, safe, and trusted. By incorporating all family members into healing conversations and working through past hurts, families are able to thrive. Through therapy, couples and families can identify problems and improve interactions between adults, children, siblings, in-laws, and other impacted relationships. Therapists on the Ardent Grove therapy team are able to help you define and meet your relational goals as a family no matter how you define your family. We are a safe community for LGBTQ+ families.
We offer collaborative therapeutic assessment services for both children and adults. Assessment is a brief, intensive treatment model that can help identify emotional, learning and attentional conditions. Assessment provides diagnostic clarification and information, and it also helps identify a path for moving forward. Assessment can help answer questions you may have about yourself or your child, such as:
· Do I have a Learning Disorder?
· Do I have ADHD?
· Why do I have so much difficulty in my relationships?
· Why am I feeling stuck in reaching my goals?
· Do I have Depression or Bipolar Disorder?
Our assessment team is passionate about helping you gain a deeper understanding of yourself so that you can find a meaningful path forward.
When matched with a provider from our Ardent Grove Foundation assessment team, you and your provider will collaboratively identify questions you have about yourself that you would like answered by the psychological assessment.
We offfer a free 30-minute consultation to give clients an opportunity to meet their provider.
(303) 704- 4062
300 S. Jackson St.
Denver, CO 80210
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