Wheatridge Office

10200 West 44th Avenue, Suite 400a
Wheatridge, CO 80033

Thursdays only 11A-7P

Phone: 303-929-4205
Fax: (303) 975-4936


Westminster Office

10090 Garrison Street, Suite 106
Westminster, CO 80021

Tuesday, Wednesday 11A-7P

Phone:  303-929-4205
Fax: (303) 975-4936

Please send all correspondence to the Westminster office only at the above address.  

If you need to cancel an appointment, please do so 24 hours in advance through text or phone call to 303-929-4205. There is a fee for a cancellation that is not within the 24 hour limit. Please do not send a cancellation through email, as I do not check my email hourly.  All other correspondence can be sent to the email below: 


If you have psychiatric emergency during non-business hours, please present yourself to the nearest emergency room for an evaluation.  The following hospitals will do psychiatric evaluations or assessments for free 24 hours/7 days per week. This may save you money, as an emergency room visit can be quite costly.  If you do not meet the criterion for admission, the hospital cannot and will not hospitalize you.  You can drop in, but it is advised that you call the following numbers to schedule an assessment. 

Centennial Peaks Hospital: Louisville, CO: (303) 673-9990

Highlands Behavioral Health System:  Littleton, CO: (720)-316-1171

Making an Appointment:

Appointment times are available Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday from 11AM to 6PM (starting times).  Sessions are 50 minutes long, unless a longer time is requested.  Appointments can be made by calling 303-929-4205. Registration and assessment forms are under the tab “Intake Forms” and can be filled out prior to the first session.  You may also fill out this simple form, and Denice will contact you as soon as possible.  Or you may email any questions to Denice@TLCCounseling.com. If I do not respond to your email, chances are I haven’t seen it. Text or call me at the number above.

If you are not sure that you need therapy at this time, please feel free to give Denice a call and discuss this with her.  She can offer you either a free half-hour "in person" or on the phone appointment to determine if therapy would be best for you at this time.

Free Consultation

Fees and Insurances: 


Currently my fees are $125 per 50 minute session for individual, $135.00 per 50 minute session for marital (or two people), and $145 per 50 minutes for family therapy (three or more people).  There is a $10.00 additional charge for the first session.  Payment is expected upon each visit, by cash, check or credit card, (although I do prefer cash and check).  All types of credit cards are accepted.  My fees may change, so please check with me in person before you confirm your appointment.  

If you cannot afford full fee, a way to minimize your therapy expense is to come every other week. It is best if you can afford the first three sessions to be weekly, then change it to every other week. It’s not ideal but if you are motivated to do the work in between sessions, much can be accomplished within this time frame.  


I am no longer working with any insurance companies for financial reasons (see below).


If you have an insurance and want to use it, even though I am not an in-network provider, I may be able to still work with you.  Insurances often have out of network benefits that reimburse you less than they would for an in-network therapist, but often this is enough to make therapy affordable.  The way it works is that you  reimburse me for each session at the time of the session at the full fee rate.  I will give you a slip which you can send into your insurer, and if they pay out of network benefits, they will later reimburse you whatever portion that they have agreed to do so, anywhere from 10-60% of what you pay me, depending on the insurer.  This may take up to three months with some insurers.  It is in your best interest to check with your insurance company to see if they will reimburse you for an out of network provider in advance, so that you can know what to expect. This does not apply to Medicaid and Medicare, as they do not pay out of network benefits and I do not accept either Medicaid or Medicare.

Workman’s Comp

If you have workman's comp, or victim's comp or another compensation of some kind,  I usually accept these depending on the situation.  Please check with those companies first to see if I am a provider, and let me know in advance before we set up the first appointment that this is your insurance coverage.  

Please remember to bring your insurance card or authorization number to the first session, along with all the contact information for workman’s comp. It is your responsibility to contact them in advance to obtain all that information.