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In the gentle embrace of Crowning Cross Centers, we extend our heartfelt invitation to you. Navigating life's twists and turns can be an intricate dance, and we are here to be your compassionate partners in that journey. Our self- pay online therapy services, designed for individuals in Colorado, provide a haven where warmth, understanding, and care converge. Imagine a therapeutic space where your emotions are held with tenderness, and your unique story is met with a profound sense of empathy. At Crowning Cross Centers, we acknowledge the courage it takes to seek support and embark on a journey of self-discovery. Here, you are not just a client; you are a cherished individual, deserving of compassion and companionship.

Our dedicated therapist is committed to creating a virtual sanctuary that transcends the limitations of distance. In the midst of life's demands, we understand the importance of accessible yet deeply meaningful connections. Each virtual session is a heartfelt conversation, an opportunity to explore, heal, and flourish. Choosing Crowning Cross Centers means choosing a path illuminated by the soft glow of understanding and care. We believe in the power of compassion to transform lives, and that belief is the cornerstone of our therapeutic practice. Your struggles, joys, and dreams matter, and we are here to honor them.

Step into a space where empathy is not just a word but a guiding force, where healing is not just a destination but a continuous journey. Welcome to Crowning Cross Centers, where the tapestry of your life is woven with threads of compassion, and the digital realm becomes a bridge to a brighter, more connected existence.

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Discovery Call

A discovery call for therapy is like a gentle embrace of understanding and support. It's a heartfelt conversation where you're given the space to openly share your thoughts, feelings, and hopes. Your therapist will listen with care, creating a safe haven for your emotions.
They'll ask about your journey, not just to understand your challenges, but to truly know you. Together, you'll explore your aspirations and any worries you might have.
This call is about finding a connection that feels like a warm embrace, ensuring that the path ahead is one of trust and compassion.

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Individual Therapy & Wellness

Choosing individual therapy and embracing wellness is like wrapping yourself in a warm, comforting embrace of self-care. It's a sanctuary where you're met with unwavering compassion as you journey within. Your therapist stands as a beacon of empathy, providing a safe space to unpack your thoughts and emotions. This path is about honoring your uniqueness, tending to your emotional garden, and cultivating resilience. Each session is a testament to your courage and desire for a more fulfilling life. As you traverse this path, you're guided by the soothing whispers of self-compassion, creating a tapestry of healing and growth.

Therapy Services


Trauma Therapy

Trauma therapy is like stepping into a gentle embrace of healing, where your heart's whispers are heard and understood. It's a refuge where you're met with unwavering compassion, a space where your experiences are held with tenderness. Guided by a therapist who cares deeply, you'll embark on a journey to untangle the threads of pain, weaving them into a narrative of resilience. Each session is a haven of support, a chance to mend and nurture the parts of you that have been hurt. This path is a tribute to your courage, a testament to your strength as you navigate the path to healing. With each step, you're not just reclaiming your well-being, but also rewriting the story of your life with threads of hope, self-discovery, and renewal.

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Self Mastery

Self-mastery therapy is like embarking on a journey of self-discovery bathed in the gentle light of understanding. It's a nurturing space where you'll explore the depths of your thoughts, emotions, and patterns with the guidance of a caring therapist. This journey is about unlocking the power within you, gently untangling the knots that hold you back. With each session, you'll learn to embrace your strengths and navigate life's challenges with newfound wisdom. Your therapist walks beside you, offering support and insights as you uncover the layers of your authentic self.
This path is a tribute to your growth, an ode to your desire for a life that resonates with purpose, and a radiant affirmation of your journey towards self-mastery.

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Build a Wellness Plan

A wellness plan is like extending a warm embrace to yourself, a roadmap of self-care and kindness. It's a space where you create a sanctuary for your physical, emotional, and mental well-being. Imagine it as a gentle guide, encouraging you to prioritize your needs and aspirations.
This journey involves setting intentions for activities that make your heart dance and practices that soothe your spirit. Your wellness plan is a reflection of your innate worthiness, a testament to your desire for a life filled with vitality and contentment. With each step, you're affirming that you deserve the time and attention you're giving to yourself, creating a path paved with compassion, self-discovery, and a radiant sense of well-being.

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Accountability Partnership

An accountability partner serves as a supportive ally in your journey towards achieving personal or professional goals. They provide encouragement, guidance, and a sense of responsibility to help you stay focused and on track. Here are some examples of services we provide:

Different Goals Targeted:
1. Fitness and Health: An accountability partner can help you stick to a workout routine, healthy eating plan, or weight loss goal.

2. Career Development: They can support you in achieving career goals such as learning new skills, networking, or pursuing promotions.

3. Entrepreneurship: If you're starting a business, an accountability partner can assist you in staying organized, meeting deadlines, and navigating challenges.

4. Academic Pursuits: They can provide guidance for academic goals, such as studying for exams, completing assignments, or pursuing further education.

5. Personal Growth: An accountability partner can support your journey towards personal development goals, like practicing mindfulness, managing stress, or building self-confidence.

Who Would Benefit:
1. Procrastinators: Those who struggle with procrastination can benefit from the structure and motivation an accountability partner provides.

2. Goal-Oriented Individuals: Anyone striving to achieve specific goals, both short-term and long-term, can find value in having an accountability partner.

3. Entrepreneurs and Freelancers: Individuals navigating the challenges of self-employment can benefit from an accountability partner to ensure consistent progress.

4. Studen
ts seeking to excel academically can use an accountability partner's guidance to stay focused and organized.

5. Individuals in Transition: People going through life changes, such as career shifts or lifestyle adjustments, can benefit from the support of an accountability partner.

Why it's Beneficial:
Having an accountability partner provides several benefits:
Motivation: They offer encouragement and motivation when your enthusiasm wanes.
Structure: Accountability partners create a sense of structure, helping you set and meet deadlines.
Clarity: They assist in defining clear goals and actionable steps, reducing confusion and overwhelm.

Focus: Their guidance keeps you focused on your objectives, preventing distractions.
Support: They provide a non-judgmental space to share challenges and receive support.

Welcome to Crown and Cross Centers, a haven for innovative therapeutic modalities designed to guide you on your path to emotional well-being and personal growth. Our mission is rooted in a commitment to evidence-based practice and holistic care, ensuring that you receive tailored therapeutic interventions that cater to your unique needs. Our esteemed team of therapists draws from a diverse range of therapeutic approaches, each possessing its own distinct philosophy and techniques. These therapeutic modalities have been thoughtfully selected for their effectiveness in addressing a wide array of mental health conditions, empowering resilience, and nurturing overall well-being. At Crown and Cross Centers, we recognize that every individual's journey is unique, and we are dedicated to providing you with the tools and support necessary to navigate life's challenges.

Theraputic Interventions

Theory Overview
Psychoanalytic Therapy, developed by Sigmund Freud, delves into the unconscious mind's influence on thoughts and behaviors. Recent developments include the exploration of psychoanalytic principles in contemporary neuroscience and the application of psychodynamic techniques to specific populations.

Recent Studies
Neurobiological studies (Freud-Neuro Project, ongoing) explore the neural correlates of psychoanalytic concepts, providing insights into how the brain processes unconscious material. A study by Shedler (2010) assessed the effectiveness of psychodynamic therapy, challenging misconceptions and reaffirming its empirical support.

Practical Applications
At Crown and Cross Centers, Psychoanalytic Therapy is utilized in an integrative manner, incorporating insights from neuroscience and adapting psychodynamic techniques to address diverse therapeutic needs.

Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychoanalytic Therapy

Theory Overview
Psychodynamic Therapy, rooted in psychoanalytic principles, explores the unconscious mind's influence on present behavior. Recent developments include a focus on time-limited psychodynamic approaches and the integration of attachment theory into the therapeutic framework.

Recent Studies
A meta-analysis by Leichsenring et al. (2020) assessed the efficacy of short-term psychodynamic therapy, affirming its effectiveness across various mental health conditions. Research by Fonagy and Allison (2012) explored the integration of attachment theory into psychodynamic interventions, highlighting the importance of understanding relational patterns.

Practical Applications
At Crown and Cross Centers, Psychodynamic Therapy is adapted to individual needs, emphasizing self-reflection, exploring unconscious dynamics, and fostering insight to promote emotional well-being.


Client-Centered Therapy

Integrative Therapy

Theory Overview
Client-Centered Therapy, developed by Carl Rogers, is rooted in the belief in individuals' inherent capacity for self-actualization. Recent developments include the integration of mindfulness practices and the application of person-centered principles to diverse cultural contexts.

Recent Studies
A study by Elliott et al. (2018) explored the integration of mindfulness practices into person-centered therapy, emphasizing the synergies between present-focused awareness and client-centered principles.

Practical Applications

At Crown and Cross Centers, Client-Centered Therapy fosters a collaborative therapeutic relationship, valuing empathy, unconditional positive regard, and genuineness to empower individuals on their unique paths of self-exploration and growth.


Theory Overview
Integrative Therapy combines elements from different therapeutic approaches, tailoring interventions to individual needs. Recent developments include the growth of evidence supporting the efficacy of integrative approaches and the integration of technology-assisted interventions.

Recent Studies
A meta-analysis by Norcross and Lambert (2018) examined the effectiveness of integrative therapy, showcasing its ability to harness the strengths of various modalities for improved client outcomes. Ongoing research (IntegrateTech Study, in progress) explores the impact of technology-assisted integrative therapy on treatment adherence and client engagement.

Practical Applications
At Crown and Cross Centers, Integrative Therapy draws from a spectrum of evidence-based approaches, allowing therapists to tailor interventions based on clients' unique needs and preferences

Theory Overview
Attachment-Based Therapy is rooted in attachment theory, focusing on how early attachment patterns influence later relationships and emotional well-being. Recent developments include adaptations for specific populations, such as couples and families, and the integration of attachment principles into diverse therapeutic approaches.

Recent Studies
A study by Diamond et al. (2019) explored the efficacy of attachment-based couples therapy, highlighting its impact on relationship satisfaction and attachment security.

Practical Applications
At Crown and Cross Centers, Attachment-Based Therapy informs interventions across various modalities, with a particular focus on understanding and addressing attachment dynamics to promote healthier relationships.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)

Therapy Overview
EMDR, developed by Francine Shapiro in the 1980s, aims to lessen psychological distress through processing unprocessed memories. This technique involves recalling distressing events while experiencing bilateral sensory inputs like eye movements or hand tapping.

Recent Studies
Studies focus on comparing EMDR's efficacy with other therapies, exploring how it affects brain mechanisms, and its potential for treating conditions beyond trauma.

Practical Applications
Primarily used for PTSD and trauma, EMDR is also effective for anxiety, depression, and phobias. The therapy includes eight phases, ranging from history taking to reevaluation, and is globally recognized and available through trained therapists.


Attachment-Based Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)


Theory Overview
CBT is rooted in the understanding that thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are interconnected. Developed by Aaron T. Beck, CBT operates on the premise that distorted thinking patterns contribute to emotional distress and problematic behaviors. The therapy aims to identify and challenge these negative thoughts, replacing them with more balanced and constructive perspectives. CBT is structured, goal-oriented, and time-limited, typically focusing on specific issues and equipping individuals with practical skills to navigate challenges.

Recent Studies
Recent studies consistently reinforce the efficacy of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy across various mental health conditions. Meta-analyses and clinical trials, conducted in the last few years, highlight CBT's success in treating disorders such as anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. These studies often emphasize the evidence-based nature of CBT, making it a cornerstone in contemporary psychotherapeutic practices. For the latest findings, it's recommended to explore reputable databases and recent publications in mental health journals.

Practical Applications
CBT has practical applications that span different therapeutic settings. In individual therapy, CBT is tailored to the unique needs of each person, addressing specific cognitive and behavioral challenges. Group therapy sessions provide a supportive community where participants can share experiences and collectively learn coping strategies. The integration of CBT into digital platforms, including mobile apps and online programs, enhances accessibility for a wider audience. Moreover, CBT is often utilized in conjunction with medication for a comprehensive approach to mental health treatment. Its emphasis on skill-building empowers individuals to manage stress, overcome obstacles, and foster long-term resilience. These practical applications showcase the adaptability and effectiveness of CBT in addressing a spectrum of mental health issues. For the latest advancements, staying informed through recent literature and research publications is crucial.

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Service Hours

Monday 9am- 8pm MST

Tuesday 9am- 8pm MST

Wednesday: 9am- 8pm MST

Thursday: 9am- 8pm MST

Friday: 9am- 8pm MST

Saturday: 11am- 6pm MST

Sunday: 11am- 6pm MST

Late Cancellation/no show policy

We reserve the right to charge the full fee amount per session of any no-show appointments or cancellations within 24 hours of your set appointment time.


We accept Credit Cards

At CCC we are considered out-of-network providers. We are not in-network with any insurance companies.

Anxiety and Stress: To learn coping strategies and relaxation techniques for managing overwhelming feelings of anxiety and stress.

Depression: To address feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and low motivation, and to work on improving mood.

Trauma: To process and heal from past traumatic experiences, reducing their impact on daily life.

Relationship Issues: To improve communication, resolve conflicts, and enhance the dynamics of personal relationships.

Grief and Loss: To navigate the emotions associated with the death of a loved one or other significant losses.

Self-Esteem: To work on building self-confidence and a positive self-image.

Addiction: To address substance abuse or behavioral addictions and develop strategies for recovery.

Life Transitions: To navigate major life changes such as divorce, retirement, or relocation.

Workplace Stress: To manage work-related challenges and improve job satisfaction.

Family Issues: To address family conflicts, parenting challenges, and improve family dynamics.

Identity and Self-Discovery: To explore personal values, beliefs, and identity.

Eating Disorders: To address unhealthy relationships with food and body image.

Anger Management: To develop healthier ways of expressing and managing anger.

Cultural or Minority Stress: To cope with stressors related to one's cultural background or minority status.


Parent-Child Relationship: To work on improving communication and understanding between parents and children.

Body Dysmorphic Disorder: To address preoccupations with perceived flaws in physical appearance.


Postpartum Depression: To manage depression and anxiety after childbirth.


Chronic Pain Management: To develop strategies for coping with and managing chronic pain conditions.

Aging and Geriatric Concerns: To address challenges related to aging, health, and life transitions in later years.


Spiritual Concerns: To explore questions related to spirituality, faith, and belief systems.Impulse Control Issues:


To manage behaviors like impulsivity, compulsive shopping, or gambling.


Anger or Resentment: To work through long-standing feelings of anger or resentment towards others.


Perfectionism: To address tendencies towards setting unrealistically high standards and experiencing distress when goals are not met.


Trust Issues: To work through difficulties in trusting others due to past experiences.


Communication Skills: To improve communication patterns and express thoughts and emotions more effectively.


Jealousy and Insecurity: To manage feelings of jealousy and insecurity in relationships.


Assertiveness Training: To develop the skills to express one's needs, opinions, and boundaries confidently.


Parenting Skills: To learn effective parenting techniques and strategies for nurturing children's development.


Cultural Adjustment: To navigate challenges related to adapting to a new culture or country.


Hoarding: To address the compulsive accumulation of possessions and associated emotional challenges.


Lack of Motivation: To explore factors contributing to a lack of motivation and find ways to increase engagement in life.


Interpersonal Conflict: To navigate disputes and conflicts with friends, family members, or colleagues.


Negative Self-Talk: To challenge and change patterns of self-criticism and negative self-perception.

Emotional Overwhelm: To learn strategies for managing overwhelming emotions and preventing emotional breakdowns.


Therapy Could Help Manage:

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