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.

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