5573 — Successful Behavioral & Cognitive Therapy Agency

Founded in 1992 this established behavioral & cognitive therapy agency provides behavioral and cognitive therapy services, specializing in substance abuse treatment, domestic violence offender treatment, monitored sobriety services, and individual and couples therapy.  The Agency is licensed through the Office of Behavioral Health as a substance use disorder clinic. It accepts Health First Colorado (Medicaid) for allowable services. The Agency also has contracts with the judicial districts in Colorado to provide services and with Douglas County Human Services.  Services are available through individual, couple, family, and group counseling. The Agency’s therapists have over 45 years of experience in mental health treatment, court ordered services, and substance abuse treatment. Their therapists specialize in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), couples counseling, adolescent and children’s issues, depression, anxiety disorders, grief therapy, domestic violence, substance abuse and addiction, and other mental health issues. In addition, their therapists have expertise in working with all ages, including  adolescents, and children. Staff provides group services, clinical supervision, and domestic violence supervision. During the Covid pandemic, the Agency was considered an essential service and continued to operate. The Agency adapted quickly to move forms into an electronic format and begin using a virtual platform to provide services. As most agencies scramble to transition to more virtual offerings, this Agency has already successfully implemented these processes and technology. The business has an excellent reputation, a comprehensive array of services and a premium location.  Mental health trends continue to reflect the mental stress and economic hardship brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the recession. Due to across-the-board lifestyle changes, mental health issues like anxiety, depression, and related behavioral health issues like substance abuse are all on the rise. The opioid crisis has created a higher need for addiction and dual-diagnosis services.  The trend of offering virtual appointments has opened up a wider market and this trend will likely continue. The future outlook for the Agency is strong, stable, and sustainable. Because the current owner has put in 22 years of hard work and dedication, she has set the Agency up for future success and growth. The owner is ready to pursue other opportunities and looks forward to facilitating the transition to new ownership that will take the Agency to the next level and maintain the legacy that has been established over the last 30 years.


 Mental Health, Therapy Services