IN THE PRESS
The problem is...swallowing it away not only
hurts, it doesn’t work.
No matter how many secret tears you cry when no one’s watching,
No matter how many daily devotionals you start and don’t finish,
No matter how many days you set aside to “get your life together,”
And no matter how many times you double-click the side button on your iPhone to fund yet another retail therapy session,
You keep feeling broken.
And deep down inside you know...your wounds will eventually break what you’re building.
If they haven’t already started to.
But we have good news!
It's not too late to save your faith, your business, your relationships, your children, and yourself.
All you need...is a radical change.
"I feel much more empowered to create my destiny."
Since starting therapy at Radical Change, I have learned to observe and tackle limiting beliefs that have held me back; unpack the weight of difficult or abusive relationships; and gain confidence with myself, my career/finances and my relationships. Because of our sessions, my mental landscape is much brighter and my emotions are well regulated. I feel much more empowered to create my destiny.
We offer individual, couple, and family therapy (online and in-person) to clients located in CO, MD, TN and VA.
Our clinicians are from diverse backgrounds and are not just therapists, but people with unique life experiences and a commitment to using strategy and storytelling to build authentic relationships. As a group, we are trained and consistently engaging in learning opportunity designed to enhance our ability to serve children, adolescents, teens, and adults using a electic mixture of evidence-based modalities.
Your relationship with your mom is tense or non-existent and marked by a history of painful and/or abusive experiences.
Your dad has been historically absent, neglectful, or abusive.
Your siblings are jealous, competitive, and unsupportive.
You’ve experienced a history of emotionally destructive relationships with other women.
You grew up in a low-income household with limited or non-existent resources and support and/or experienced an extended period of time in your adult life.
CYCLICAL ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS
Your love life has been a revolving door of unhealthy connections with partners who are non-commital, manipulative, possessive, unfaithful, dishonest, and/or abusive.
You grew up in a hyper-religious family and/or were a member of a cult or abusive church.
You’ve been (or are being) physically, sexually, and/or psychologically abused by a partner or spouse.
You’ve been pigeonholed, gaslit, or blacklisted by people in positions of academic or professional authority.
You’ve been intentionally and consistently followed, watched, and harassed.
You’ve been harassed, threatened, and/or humiliated online.
You’ve been sexually violated.
How do I get started?After you click the "Join Our Tribe" button, you'll be redirected to our Consultation Form which allows us to gather more information about you, your preferences and needs, and (if necessary) conduct an insurance benefits verification prior to contacting you with a therapist assignment. Please complete the form and a member of our Client Care Team will reach out within 24 business hours.
What treatment modalities will be used?Our therapists use an ecletic mix of modalities from Cognitive Behavior Therapy to Narrative Therapy, Play Therapy, and Interpersonal Psychotherapy techniques. They also each receive two hours of individual and group continuing education per week, designed to provide them with an opportunity to case consult with senior therapists and peers, and to introduce them to therapeutic perspectives that can be added to their toolbox. Blending modalities is effective for helping our clients challenge and reframe maladaptive thoughts, discover affirmation and purpose beneath the blame, conflict and disconnection in their stories, and navigate transitions, disputes, and deficits in emotionally beneficial ways.
How often will I meet with my therapist?Weekly or bi-weekly sessions are most effective. A lengthier duration between sessions can impact the rate at which your goals are met.
How long are sessions?The length of your session depends on the type of service you are receiving (i.e. individual therapy vs couple/dyadic counseling, etc.). On our Consultation Form (accessible upon clicking "Join Our Tribe"), you will find a list of our session types and their associated lengths.
How much does each session cost?The cost of your session depends on the type of service you are receiving and if you are using your insurance benefits and might be responsible for a small co-pay, or are paying privately and will be responsible for the entire amount. If you are using insurance to pay for services, a member of our Client Care Team will conduct a benefits verification after receiving your Consultation Form (accessible upon clicking "Join Our Tribe"). If you are enrolling as a self-pay client, please find a list of our session types and their associated costs on our Consultation Form.
Can I use insurance to pay?We currently accept Aetna, Anthem, Blue Cross Blue Shield, CareFirst, and United/Optum insurances. Our clients who are insured by other carriers often elect to receive superbills to submit to their insurance company for reimbursement. This means that if you are insured by carrier we do not accept, your insurance company will not send payment directly to us for the sessions that you attend with but you may be able to receive reimbursement using your “Out-of-Network” benefits.
How do I get reimbursed for “Out-of-Network” claims?During onboarding, a member of our Client Care Team will contact your insurance company to determine if you are eligible for reimbursement and if so, at what rate. They will also provide you with information about how to submit claims through the process your insurance company outlines.
I don't have an insurance you all accept. Why shouldn't I just go to a therapist that accepts my insurance?Therapist shopping is like dating! It's up to you how much time and energy you'd like to put into finding "the one." Therapists who accept your insurance might be unable to provide you with anything other than an opportunity to unproductively vent.