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Who we are

The CFCT is a comfortable therapy center located on the campus of Colorado State University that has been providing therapeutic services in Northern Colorado since 1991. Our therapists use evidence-based therapies to treat a wide range of individual, couple, and family issues. Our therapists work from a variety of therapeutic theories and utilized evidence based interventions to best support our clients.

When you call, we will conduct a brief phone intake and schedule your first appointment as soon as possible. Evening sessions and, typically, daytime sessions are available for your convenience.

We welcome all clients regardless of race, gender, class, sexual orientation, ethnicity, age, ability, family form, relational status, religion, or presenting problem.

Click here for information regarding the Child Trauma and Resilience Assessment Center (CTRAC)

A couple participates in couple therapy.
  • strengthen relationships
  • reach your goals
  • increase happiness

Benefits of CFCT

Affordable

  • We offer affordable care on a sliding fee based on income and family size, ranging from $25-$80.
  • Our center also offers reduced rates for full-time CSU & FRCC students, as well as CSU Employees and their families.
  • We are an approved Medicaid Provider.

Convenient For Busy Families

  • The CFCT is open during daytime and evening hours.
  • Our center is located on the Colorado State University campus with free parking at the entrance of our building.
  • The CFCT is ADA compliant.

Therapeutic Team and Trauma Informed Approach

  • Individuals, couples, and families benefit from a collaborative approach that utilizes the perspective of a team of therapists and experienced supervisors.
  • Our team is trained and experienced in providing trauma-informed care.

Confidential Services

  • The CFCT takes your privacy seriously.
  • All communications and records are maintained under the strictest confidentiality guidelines.

We stand in solidarity with our Black community, and we wholeheartedly endorse the sentiments expressed by the Office of the Vice President for Diversity, the President of Colorado State University, and the Dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences. The Department of Human Development and Family Studies is committed to addressing racism and anti-Blackness at all levels, including institutional and individual, and aligning our actions with all efforts to advance social justice.

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