Offering you and your family a wide range of counseling services.

Charles Speich

Charles Speich

(303) 456-0600 ext. 130
Couples/Marriage Therapy
Existential (Purpose)
Family Therapy
Grief and Loss
Work/Professional Issues/Stress
Wheat Ridge - Main Office, 4891 Independence St., Suite #165, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

**Not accepting new clients**

The approach I take as a therapist is to utilize solution focused therapy with clearly defined goals. As a clinician, I believe that it is important that each family and individual be accepted for who they are and where they are at currently. Together, we will collaboratively define goals and solutions to resolve identified issues.

Educational Background and Experience: 
1988 Naropa University: MA Contemplative Psychotherapy
1989-1994 Alternative Homes for Youth/Group Home; Therapist and Program Director
1994-present Denver Family Therapy Center
1996 Licensed Professional Counselor
Expertise, Interests, Specialties: 
Family therapy with intact, blended, or single parent families
Adolescents with legal, emotional, and substance abuse issues
Individual therapy with a wide range of goals
Couples therapy with an emphasis on communication skills and conflict resolution skills
In-home therapy where it is deemed appropriate and is authorized by the funding source
Other Information: 

Where appropriate, I work closely to consult and coordinate with physicians, psychiatrists, schools, probation officers, and insurance companies in an effort to provide integrated treatment and solutions to behavioral and emotional issues.

Throughout my career I have worked to provide treatment to clients in outpatient settings, hospitals, and in-home settings. 

Accepted Insurance: 
Aetna EAP
Anthem BC/BS
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Cigna EAP
Kaiser Permanente
United Healthcare/Optum
Profile EAP
Value Options
Value Options EAP
Voucher (Jefferson or Adams Co.)

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State law prohibits Denver Family Therapy Center from collecting data from our website from individuals under age of 14. Please contact the YDAP Program Coordinator directly at 303-456-0600 ext. 138 to register for classes.

By checking this box I understand that I must be at least 14 years of age or older and that a parent or guardian will be need to be in attendance for the entire program. The purpose for involving parents in YDAP program is to ensure any issue related to the adolescent substance use or possession is adequately addressed in a collaborative process to identifying opportunities to change the course of substance use or possession.