Behavioral Health and Wellness

Counseling Services

 

 

Mt. Carmel Counseling Center

Our counseling team is here for you! We can support treatment services including, but not limited to; depression, anxiety, trauma or relationship struggles, PTSD, and life transitions. We offer donation-based counseling services. You do NOT need a referral; you do NOT need to have insurance. You need only call to schedule your first appointment.

Through partnerships with local Universities, Mt. Carmel is able to offer a range of counseling services for individuals, couples, families and children. We also have active group counseling opportunities. Treatment is provided by licensed professionals, post-grad/prelicensure therapists, and graduate interns supervised by an on-site supervisor who is a Licensed Professional Counselor. All clinicians are uniquely trained and experienced in providing military specific services. All of the graduate interns are chosen from the top accredited Universities along the front-range, have completed advanced coursework in mental health services, and provide confidential, trusted, and supervised care. Many providers have either served or are military connected.

Interns are currently provided by Denver University, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, University of Northern Colorado, Regis University, Denver Seminary, and Colorado Christian University.

Please feel free to take our Behavioral Health Assessment if you are unsure whether counseling might be helpful for you.

Eligibility: Active Duty Military, Veterans (regardless of discharge status and era of service) and family members.

Contact: To schedule an appointment, please call Mt. Carmel at 719-772-7000 or contact Savannah Cunning, Intake Specialist at 719-309-4758.

Life Coaching

Through partnership with Guiding Light Coaching, Monica Griffith provides support to individuals who desire to make some significant change happen within their lives. Her coaching helps individuals explore what they want in life and create authentic actions to achieve their aspirations and fulfill their needs. The focus of a coach is to help guide you through the fog, bring clarity to your life, put purpose back into your life, and help you focus on future goals.

Eligibility: Active Duty Military, Veterans (regardless of discharge status, era of service) and family members.

Contact: To make an appointment, please call Mt. Carmel at 719-772-7000.

Physical Wellness

 

Trauma-Informed Yoga

As another method of achieving health, wellness, and balance, Mt. Carmel offers Mindful Yoga. Through partnership with Lynne Prouhet, we offer weekly yoga classes. Learn to experience stress with less psychological and physiological cost, as well as gain piece of mind by utilizing breathing and stretching techniques.

These classes are at no cost to you!!!

Eligibility: Active Duty Military, Veterans (regardless of discharge status, era of service, or disability) and family members.

Contact: To receive a schedule of classes, or register for a class, please call Mt. Carmel at 719-772-7000.

 

Tai Chi Boxing and Energetics

Tai Chi can teach an alternative way to deal with stressors related to PTSD, fatigue, chronic pain, depression, loss of concentration, anxiety, heart disease, and balance issues. Tai Chi Boxing classes will focus on learning the Yang Family 108 long form along with the martial application and energetics for each movement.

These classes are at no cost to you!!!

Eligibility: Active Duty Military, Veterans (regardless of discharge status, era of service, or disability) and family members.

Contact: To receive a schedule of classes, or register for a class, please call Mt. Carmel at 719-772-7000.

 

Art Therapy

Art Therapy can provide reduction in symptoms by allowing the brain to process life stressors and traumas through artistic means. Through partnership with Bemis Institute of Art, Kim Griffiths facilitates these classes and includes modes ranging from watercolors, acrylics, clay, and many other options.

These classes are at no cost to you!!!

Eligibility: Active Duty Military, Veterans (regardless of discharge status, era of service, or disability) and family members.

Contact: To receive a schedule of classes, or register for a class, please call Mt. Carmel at 719-772-7000.

Retreat Program

 

Retreat Program

The Behavioral Health program at Mt. Carmel offers half day, full day, and weekend long retreats to our military community. These retreats are a unique blend of activities, strengthening ties among members in the military community, and building upon skills that allow individuals and their family members to make the most out of their relationships. Each retreat is tailored to address specific topics associated with individuals, couples, and families. These events are offered intermittently throughout the months of March through September.

Eligibility: Active Duty Military, Veterans (regardless of discharge status, era of service, or disability) and family members. Space is limited at these events, so RSVP is required.

Contact: For more information about this program, please contact Abbey Westphal, Retreat Coordinator at awestphal@mtcarmelcenter.org

Past Couples Retreats