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Frequently Asked Questions

Do You accept Insurance and how does it work?

We accept Medicaid, Aetna, Anthem, and United health insurance plans for individual and group therapy. Before scheduling an intake with Connected Roots, the intake coordinator must verify your eligibility and benefits for the insurance policy you hold. The intake coordinator will need your insurance ID number, full name and date of birth. 

Each privately held insurance plan work differently from the next. Most plans require members to have some financial responsibility in terms of paying a co-pay or deductible at the time the services are rendered.

Colorado Medicaid differs from privately held insurance plans in that there is no financial responsibility placed on the client. Mental health therapy is covered at no cost! Connected Roots in paneled in regions 6/7, Colorado Community Health Alliance (CCHA).

If you would like to work with our practice and are in the incorrect Medicaid region, the Connected Roots intake coordinator can walk you through making this change. This can take up to a month to go into effect.

We care about creating access to our services. Please inquire about sliding scale fee availability if we are not paneled with the insurance you are enrolled in. We can also offer superbills for you to send to your insurance company for reimbursement.

*Sliding scale is not available to clients enrolled in any Medicaid region due to laws protecting these individuals.

What Are the Roots you keep Referring To?

Just as a tree cannot grow without its roots anchored into the earth, a person cannot grow without a deep connection to their own roots. In this sense, our roots are what keeps us grounded in our life and sense of self.
These roots might be: the supportive people in our lives, nature, our values, our goals, our beliefs, and more. At Connected Roots, we want to help our clients identify their roots and build upon the strength they offer. 

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Would group therapy help me?

We believe that group therapy holds the most potential for decreasing the feelings of isolation that many people experience when they are struggling.
Group therapy serves as a great addition to individual therapy, especially for those who struggle with interpersonal difficulties and need a safe space to practice utilizing coping skills.
Unlike individual therapy, group therapy provides a space for you to share authentically with people who can relate to you and offer you support and feedback from their personal experiences.

Through listening to and interacting with other group members, you will be able to broaden your perspective, increase self-awareness, and learn new tools to cope with life's stressors. 
Group therapy enables connection with others in a space where judgment is distant and support and validation are front and center. 

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Is coaching or therapy a better fit for me?

Therapy as well as coaching are both great supports in moving you towards your goals and values.

Whereas therapy focuses on mental health and diagnosable disorders, coaching is suitable for anyone at any stage of the personal growth journey.

Therapy tends to be more structured and utilizes evidenced based approaches to help you reach your goals. 

Coaching, on the other hand, is more flexible in its approach in regards to disclosure, setting, and methods. 

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What makes Connected Roots different?

We incorporate humor and lightheartedness into our practice to encourage authentic human connection. We want you to feel safe and comfortable while facing sometimes uncomfortable struggles.
We do not believe in a "one size fits all" approach. We customize therapy to fit your wants and needs.
Our diverse training and experiences allow us to implement unique therapeutic approaches.
We utilize evidenced based interventions while remaining flexible and open.

Our passion for therapy extends into a broader vision of ending mental health stigma.

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How Do I know that Connected Roots is right for me?
If you feel isolated and/or want to strengthen connection with others, group therapy is right for you.

If you want to develop more effective skills for coping with your struggles, whether they be emotional, behavioral, or relational, individual therapy is right for you.

If you need an action-based approach to help you achieve your goals, active lifestyle coaching is right for you.

We are committed to helping you find the support you need, whether that is with our practice or elsewhere. If Connected Roots is not right for you, let us help you find what is.

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