About Suzanne's Counseling Practice in Boulder

Suzanne Holmes LPC Ed D

Suzanne Holmes, Ed.D., is a Licensed Professional Counselor in... read more

Counseling Services in Boulder, CO

Contact Suzanne for Psychotherapy services.

Phone:    303-803-6234

Address: 6658 Gunpark Drive #200,                 Boulder, CO 80301

Email:     suzaholmes@gmail.com

Welcome to Suzanne Holmes' Counseling and Psychotherapy website.

General Information

Individual therapy sessions are 50 minutes long, unless a longer session is requested. For couples, I always offer the option of 50- or 90-minute sessions. EMDR sessions are 90 minutes in length.

I request payment by check, cash or credit card at the time of each session. If you miss a session, cancel or reschedule with less than 24 hours notice, I will charge you for a full session.

Should you need to communicate with me between sessions, I am always happy to offer a 15-minute check-in by phone.

For the purposes of maintaining complete confidentiality, I do not engage in any clinical communication via email. Feel free to contact me by email for an initial session, however.

As I am a licensed practitioner in the state of Colorado, you are eligible for insurance reimbursement for my services if your insurance offers mental health coverage. Even if you choose to use insurance coverage, I request you pay me in full at the time of our sessions. Monthly, I will supply you with a statement that you may submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Please note, I am not currently on any insurance panels. You are responsible for determining if my services qualify for out-of-network coverage.

Free Consultation

I offer a free consultation by phone for up to 30 minutes. In that time I can share information about my therapeutic approach, respond to questions you may have about the therapy process, and learn what prompts you to seek therapy, if you would like to share. It is my hope that this will help you determine if the fit between us feels right to you. Please note that this conversation does not resemble a therapy session.