Wellshire Behavioral Services
Wellshire Behavioral Services provides mental health therapy and psychiatric medications for children and adults. People who receive these services are able to find hope, confidence and the ability to manage their lives, relationships, stressors and careers more effectively.
About Wellshire Behavioral Services
Now Offering Extended Hours: Monday - Friday, 7 am - 6 pm
Call today at 303-504-6565 to find out if Wellshire Behavioral Services is appropriate for your needs. Your initial assessment will be scheduled with one of the clinic’s licensed therapist. During this visit, your therapist will get to know you and what you hope to gain from treatment. You and your therapist will also discuss whether or not medications may be helpful. If so, you will be scheduled for an appointment with a psychiatrist or a psychiatric nurse practitioner.
Wellshire is a clinic that values people and believes that people have within themselves the capacity to learn, grow and change. We believe that people are not defined by their problems or illnesses. Instead, people are defined by their strengths, values and goals. Engaging in treatment at Wellshire dramatically increases a person’s ability to create and sustain a life of well-being!
Treatment plans are tailored to meet the needs of each individual person. Wellshire uses treatment models that are well researched, and proven to work, these models of treatment are called Evidenced Based Models. Several of the models include:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing Therapy
- Motivational Interviewing
Before You Visit
In order to save time checking in for your initial visit to Wellshire, please review the forms below. You will sign these forms electronically at the Wellshire front desk during check-in.
Frequently Asked Questions
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