Julie Gladnick, MA, LMFT
(720) 446-8255

I don't want to take medication- is therapy a good choice for me?

Absolutely. While medication can be a wonderful support for some people, it is not an end-all, be-all. 

I work with a number of clients who are struggling with issues related to anxiety and depression that do not want to take medications. Depending on the case and the severity, I often collaborate with health coaches, naturopaths, herbalists and acupuncturists to help serve as an adjuntive therapy to your therapy/counseling with me, as needed.

Therapy can be an incredibly healing means in and of itself. Although medication can be warranted when necessary, I strongly believe that therapy can be an alternative route to relief, if not on it's own than in conjunction with medication.

With the growing concerns around health and safety in our world today, I will be conducting sessions via Tele-therapy.

These are anxious and unprecedented times and I want to assure you I will continue to support our community as best I can in the foreseeable future. Current clients should look for communication from me regarding the process for setting up our sessions, and new clients can feel free to reach out to schedule an initial phone consultation .