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Therapy for Children and Their Families

Peak to Peak is a safe place for children and their families to find help and healing.

Peak to Peak Counseling’s psychotherapists take a holistic approach working with children and their families to create a strong, healthy foundation for their lives.

Children are facing pressures specific to their generation and parenting children in these uncertain times brings many unique challenges.

Children may struggle with:

  • self-esteem
  • body image
  • relationships
  • general or specific fears
  • impact from COVID-19
  • performance anxiety
  • gender identity

When faced with difficult challenges, children can become:

  • anxious
  • stressed out
  • depressed
  • angry
  • uncertain
  • frustrated
  • lacking in motivation

Part of parenting children today is figuring out how to manage many difficult issues such as:

  • pervasive exposure to social media and technology
  • complicated peer relationships including bullying
  • pressures related to school performance
  • managing after school activities
  • when to encourage and when to set boundaries
  • understanding developmentally appropriate ways to communicate

The staff of Peak to Peak Counseling has created a safe place for children and their families to find help and healing through identifying existing challenges and barriers, setting specific shared goals, learning healthy coping skills, practicing new patterns, and helping nurture resiliency in your child and family relationships. 

Utilizing Play Therapy, Peak to Peak’s counselors have worked with hundreds of children and their families, helping to create genuine healing and growth.

Play Therapy 

Peak to Peak Counseling psychotherapists have offered play therapy services since 2011 to children and families residing in the Peak to Peak region, up and down the Front Range, and into the high country and plains of Colorado. 

“Play is our first language. Just as adults use words to communicate, children use play. When playing, we express thoughts and feelings that might otherwise remain hidden.”

Association for Play Therapy

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Amy Skinner

Amy Skinner, Clinical Director of Peak to Peak Counseling, has been a Registered Play Therapist™ since 2011 and a Registered Play Therapist – Supervisor™ since 2015.  After meeting considerable certification requirements, Amy continues to attend Play Therapy trainings around the country while teaching and supervising students and supervisees up and down the Front Range.

Amy Skinner

Amy Skinner, Clinical Director of Peak to Peak Counseling, has been a Registered Play Therapist™ since 2011 and a Registered Play Therapist – Supervisor™ since 2015.  After meeting considerable certification requirements, Amy continues to attend Play Therapy trainings around the country while teaching and supervising students and supervisees up and down the Front Range.

We can help.

Call, email, or stop by.

Contact Richard Brandon of Peak to Peak Counseling to discuss how Play Therapy can help your family. 
(303) 258-7454, Extension 2
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      We look forward to responding to you during normal business hours Monday through Thursday. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911.