1) What services does The Potter’s House of Denver Counseling Center offer?
A variety of support groups are available. In addition, we offer a comprehensive 14-month Lay Counseling Training Program.
2) How do I make an appointment or start participating in counseling services?
There are three ways to contact us:
- You may visit us in the front lobby at the counseling booth before or after any service.
- Call our counseling ministry at 303-369-8514. If we are not available, feel free to leave a message on our confidential voicemail, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.
- You may also email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Do I have to be a member of The Potter’s House of Denver to attend groups or classes?
No. Our counseling classes and groups are open to anyone.
4) Is there a charge for counseling?
All of the counseling services are free of charge. As an investment in your growth, any donation is encouraged for counseling services provided.
5) What kind of counseling does The Potter’s House of Denver offer? Is it biblically based?
The Potter’s House of Denver always includes an intimate spiritual dimension. We believe that effective changes through counseling come from dealing with the whole person: physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Spiritual interventions, while not required, are available with your consent (including, but not limited to, biblical references and prayer).
6) What are the Counseling Center’s operating hours and where are you located?
Counseling offices are located on the second floor in the Family Life Center.
Support Groups are offered on various days and times in the Family Life Center.
Most support groups start at 6 or 6:30 p.m.