CO: Fort Collins

Location Information

  • 155 E Boardwalk Dr Suite 400, Fort Collins, CO 80525
  • Tel: 970-549-0235 | Fax: 617-507-1426

Hours

Monday: 9 am - 6 pm
Tuesday 9 am - 6 pm
Wednesday: 9 am - 6 pm
Thursday: 9 am - 6 pm
Friday 9 am - 6 pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Getting Here

Parking is available for free outside the building and is accessible off East Boardwalk Drive at the corner of South College Avenue. Take stairs or elevator to the 4th floor after entering building, turn right after exiting the elevator for the Suite 400 door.

Staff at This Location

  • Lori Allen, LCSW

    Staff Counselor

  • Rudy Spector, PMHNP-BC

    Staff Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Blog

Dr. Yeretsian to Present in Community Lecture Series

The Community Education Lecture series at Boulder Community Health series has invited Dr. Joseph Yeretsian, President of OptiMindHealth, on Thursday, June 18th, to discuss Adverse Childhood Events. The lecture will be live on the BCH YouTube channel at 6pm (link to join will be provided once you register). If you are unable to watch the […]

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The COVID-19 Crisis and Getting Help

The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis is unprecedented, and affects not only our physical health and daily lives, but also our mental health. The first case of COVID-19 was discovered in China’s Wuhan city, and has since been spreading worldwide. The severity of the illness and rapid rate of transmission has quickly caused the most significant global […]

Group Therapy

Group Therapy Can Help

Group therapy is counseling for a small group of people struggling with similar concerns. It is often a rewarding experience, and suitable for many people. As such, it can help those struggling with social isolation, depression, and the effects of trauma. In some circumstances, group therapy can offer benefits that individual counseling might not. For […]

DBT

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

DBT is a type of counseling that helps us learn how to seize the moment, cope more easily with stress, improve relationships, and regulate emotions. So, it is helpful for many of us create more stability in our lives. It was at first intended for those with borderline personality disorder (BPD). It later received modification […]