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

Valerie Hotz-Callis

Valerie Hotz-Callis

Therapist
(303) 456-0600 x152
Specialties: 
Adolescents
Anxiety
Children/Pediatric Clients
Couples/Marriage Therapy
DBT
Depression
EMDR
Existential (Purpose)
Family Therapy
Parenting
Trauma
Work/Professional Issues/Stress
Locations: 
Wheat Ridge - Main Office, 4891 Independence St., Suite #165, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

After working with individuals, couples and families for over 30 years, I’m continuously inspired by working with people when life’s transitions, pressures and challenges feel out of balance and overwhelming. Therapy is a process of hope and trust: our work is fully confidential. Each person, every couple and family have strengths and unique abilities to develop skills, restore a personal sense of balance, and reclaim fulfilling relationships. My approach is tailored to you and your family. Through conversation, gentle encouragement and humor, skill building, uncovering strengths and developing resilence, we work together to define and progress toward your unique goals and objectives.

Educational Background and Experience: 
BA Sociology: University of Colorado
BA Social Work : Colorado State University
Master’s Social Work: University of Denver
Clinical Trainings, Certifications, and Professional Memberships: 
Boulder County Department of Social Services/ Boulder County Housing and Human Services
Intensive Family Therapy Team Therapist
Intensive Family Therapy Team Lead Worker
Lifeskills Program Manager/Supervisor
Nurturing Parenting Program Manager/Supervisor
Therapeutic Drug Court Therapist Supervisor
Parent Coaching/Visitation Manager/Supervisor
Metropolitan State University Adjunct Faculty
Accepted Insurance: 
Cigna
Kaiser Permanente
United Healthcare/Optum
UMR

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