Douglas County Christian Counseling is ready to help. 

Douglas County Christian Counseling has English and bilingual Spanish licensed professional counselors who are trained to serve children, adolescents, and adults. They help families who are experiencing life challenges and recovering from the impact of trauma.

They have unique skills working with younger children between ages 0-5, older children, adolescents, and helping parents with attachment, sensory, and behavior management. They assist caregivers with perinatal, postpartum, and grief support.

Therapists have training and supervision in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The evidence-based model helps people manage the symptoms of trauma and develop effective coping skills. DCCC has suicide prevention and management protocols. They implemented a suicide prevention pathway for people presenting with suicidal ideation and follow Zero Suicide planning and organizational development techniques. Their therapist is trained in Collaborative Assessment and Management of Suicidality (CAMS).

Douglas County Christian Counseling uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other evidence-based therapeutic models. They follow all HIPPA regulations and risk management and compliance policies.

“At DCCC, we believe people are resilient, with strength and values to move towards a life of wellbeing. We help people identify their beliefs, thoughts, and their ways of coping. We collaboratively develop a treatment plan using a person’s strengths.”

Contact Us:

Phone: 303-840-5139

Fax: 303-841-2076

Email: [email protected]

Visit the main DCCC Website
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Address: 9030 Miller Road, Parker, CO 80138

PEPC is located on Miller Road. At South Parker Road and Mainstreet, go east on Mainstreet for about 2.5 miles to Miller Road. Turn right on Miller Road and you’ll see the main entrance to PEPC on the right. Our property is adjoined to Ave Maria Catholic Church.

Please Be Aware: Douglas County Christian Counseling is unable to provide clinical interventions via email or phone. If you are in crisis, contact Colorado Crisis Services.