In our current society, many young people (and lots of us old folks;) complete more and more communication via text messaging. Although this can seem efficient and time-saving, there are a few key ide…Read More
We are a group of experienced and caring counselors, passionate about helping others.
Located in Fort Collins, Colorado, our top priority to provide the absolute best counsel for every person that walks through our door.
We have a diverse staff that can handle a broad range of issues, from infidelity, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, or PTSD - Emery Counseling is here to help you.
We strive to help our clients step into healthier lives and thriving relationships.
We are here to encourage and support you each step of the way.
Our goal in individual counseling is to help our clients identify areas of concern, reconcile any unresolved conflict, and develop sustainable skills to help facilitate personal growth. We strive to understand our clients as we look to challenge them and to hold them accountable.
Our therapists take great care and pride in offering our couples the very best of relationship counseling. We recognize relationships are complicated, but we are determined to assist couples in establishing or reestablishing the relationship they had hoped for from the onset.
Our goal is to make your family a fun, safe, and healthy environment which starts with your relationships. We have the flexibility to meet with each individual family member separately, at some point in the counseling process, to best identify the problems and solutions.
We help teens unpack their anger/hurt by assisting them in identifying the true source of their pain while we evaluate the effectiveness of their current coping skills. We put a lot of emphasis on establishing a comfortable and trusting relationship.
Small things that make a big difference with self-esteem. Sit Up Straight – By sitting up straight your body takes up more space and gives you a feeling of: I’m worthy of this space (because you a…Read More
Steps to Help Manage Your Anxiety Many people struggle with anxiety. In fact, according to the National Institute for Mental Health, 40 million Americans over the age of 18 suffer from some form of an…Read More