Family Care Center - Interquest
9524 Federal Drive, Ste 120, Colorado Springs, CO 80921
Behavioral Health Services in El Paso County
Family Care Center Interquest is located at 9524 Federal Drive, Ste 120, Colorado Springs, CO 80921. Here, we provide our patients with comprehensive behavioral health services, including transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), medication management, and much more. We aim to provide a welcoming, safe, and clean environment where individuals and those who love them can heal from mental health issues.
Meet the Providers
Every patient/client has a story that they want to tell. In addition, they want to be informed. Consequently, my goal is to listen and look for teaching opportunities. In my experience, this goes a long way in helping to foster trust between the patient and myself. I have also seen the benefit of working in collaboration with the patient and allowing them to take part in joint decision-making when possible.
Starting therapy can be intimidating. I provide a safe and confidential space for my clients to feel comfortable and relaxed. With out any judgment, I listen to my clients and make them feel heard and valued.
I enjoy meeting clients were they are and walking with them on their journey to healing. We will talk through what is going on for you and empower you to make the decisions that are right for you.
I believe that everyone has the best self inside of them and sometimes we are able to realize who that is on her
own, but sometimes we need a little help along the way. My goal for therapy as well as for any humans in my life it’s for them to live their best life and to be who they are in the best version of themselves. As a result is to take my time with my clients as well as their families, because change is hard. So knowing this information, a great deal of my focus on working with children and families is to play on a strength, and then also support our weaknesses and to have a lot of fun on the way.
Choosing to come to counseling and share your feelings and struggles can often feel daunting and somewhat overwhelming. As a clinician, I like to think there is great strength and taking that step to open yourself and begin to work through the things of life that tend to feel like “too much” or overwhelming in general. I often encourage everyone I work with to be patient with the process, recognizing that it is a process. We will work together to best establish what it is you want to focus on and learn to better understand yourself and you