Jacque Ristau is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Colorado with a private practice specializing in counseling individuals. Clients achieve their goals within a safe, collaborative relationship that honors the mind-body connection and the unique personal strengths of the client. Private insurance is accepted.
We all need help from time to time. Asking for help is a big step. Jacque is a warm, knowledgeable professional who works collaboratively to provide the best treatment for your individual needs.
Jacque has experience and expertise working with many life issues, including:
• Relationship skills
• Communication skills
• Parent-Child difficulty
• Anger Management
• Feeling stuck when you want to change
The type of therapy provided is tailored to fit each client’s needs. Some clients need a few sessions and others may choose to take longer to do in-depth work. Educational information and “homework” techniques are often shared to enhance the success of the therapy experience.
Jacque has training and experience in a variety of therapies, including:
• Polyvagal Therapy (a body-based therapy)
• Internal Family Systems
• Positive Psychology
• Expressive therapies
• Solution Focused therapy
• Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Jacque is currently working virtually using Doxy.Me. She sees clients Tuesday through Thursday. The first appointment is 11:00 a.m. and the last begins at 4:00 p.m. She returns phone calls and email messages within 24 hours and will do her best to make an appointment with you within a week if she is able to take new clients.
She is a provider for several insurance companies and provides EAP services for several as well. The fee for a 50 minute session is $120 for the initial appointment and assessment and $100 for each therapy “hour” after. All payments and co-payments if applicable are due at the time of services.
The relationship with a therapist has repeatedly been shown to be the most important ingredient in a successful counseling experience. It can take courage to talk to someone you don’t know. You may wish to speak by phone with several counselors before you make a first appointment.
If you are having suicidal thoughts or a mental health emergency, please call 911 or go to your nearest hospital emergency room.