Alexandra Hinst, MA, LPCC, NCC
Therapist and Counselor
In-Person or Convenient COVID-Safe Phone and Video Sessions
Located in West Highlands Denver, Colorado 80212, USA
30 Minute Phone Consultation
Before we commit to working with each other, let's talk so I can determine what your specific needs are. I want to do everything in my power to help you succeed and if I don't think I can do that, I would like to refer you to someone who can. Your success is my top priority.
Individual In-Person, Video or Phone Session
1 Hour - $130
I will listen to your story, ask about your family history and explore how you've learned to cope with life and challenges. Through the lens of compassion, we will see where things went wrong and what needs to change to get you on a more fulfilling path in life. This is not endless talk therapy. There will be focus and direction in our work together.
Couples In-Person, Video or Phone Session
90 minutes to 2 Hours - $195 - $260
Unlike an individual session, in a couples session, the focus is on the relationship. We all want to be listened to, seen, heard, acknowledged, and understood. That's easy at the beginning, but disappointment can chip away at love and leave two people in misery. When what you're doing no longer works, seeking help is a very brave thing to do. Expect to learn new ways of treating and relating to one another.
Family In-Person, Video or Phone Session
90 Minutes to 2 hours - $195 to $260
A family is an inter-related system where everyone adopts roles that ensure the survival of the system. These roles are not always healthy and can put enormous strain on the family. Everyone wants to succeed, if only we knew how. A family in crisis is a family primed for positive change. Expect to learn how existing patterns continue to wreak havoc and be prepared to explore healthier and more satisfying roles.
Speaking Engagements In-Person or on Video
30 Minutes to 1 Hour - No Charge
I am happy to come to your workplace or organization (in person or via video) and share ways to survive stress and burnout, create more fun on the job, build stronger relationships, and increase everyone's success. Building a healthier community helps to create a kinder and more compassionate world.
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