Lisa Stull has specialized training and over 15 years experience working with adolescents, adults, individuals, couples, children and families with a variety of ethnic, religious and sexually oriented backgrounds.
A client may come to counseling once or twice, or may choose to continue counseling until they have met their goals for life improvement. The average length of treatment for Lisa Stull’s clients is approximately 3 months or 12 sessions based on the rapid response of clients to her solution-focused approaches.
Sessions are 50-60 minutes. Extended counseling sessions may be booked for 2 or more hours on a single day, and marathon sessions are usually booked 4 to 6 hours a day for two or more days. Clients who are traveling a distance, working through a crisis or prefer a longer session format may benefit from an extended/marathon session format.
The therapeutic relationship depends a great deal on the rapport between the therapist and the client. It is important to feel comfortable with your therapist and know they are the right person to help you. Because of this key factor, therapy consultations are available for prospective clients free of charge. During this time we will briefly discuss your situation to evaluate whether or not my services meet your needs; while you can ask me questions and make sure there is going to be a good fit before investing a lot of time, energy and money. At the end of this consultation we can either make an appointment or I can refer you to services that are more appropriate for you. Consultations are offered via phone, email or in person to accommodate individual comfort levels.
Lisa Stull provides an integrative, individualized treatment approach, drawing from cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, systems, reality and existential theories. She provides brief, goal-directed treatment, working with you to identify, develop and achieve your personal goals.
All major credit cards are accepted, as well as checks, cash and Flex pay medical cards. As a convenience to you, we offer a specialized service known as Preauthorized Payment which stores your preferred method of payment information using bank-level security. By providing your credit card number once, you will not have to be bothered to pay every time you see your therapist. Instead, you can spend every last minute of your therapy hour working on making positive changes.
CCS offers a couple of ways for those who need to pay less receive a discount. A 10% discount is given for 4 sessions paid in advance. If these fees pose a financial strain please contact us to see if there is room in our schedule for a sliding fee scale.
All of your conversations with Lisa Stull are completely confidential from the moment you make contact whether phone, email or in person. The State of Colorado and the ethical principles of the Colorado Association of Marriage and Family Therapy provide for confidential, privileged communication between a therapist and client. This means that our sessions are private, and information will not be communicated to others without your informed written consent, (except where mandated otherwise by law, as in the case of child abuse and/or elder abuse or imminent danger to yourself or others).
Your client rights insure that you may expect and receive a professional relationship and atmosphere in our work together. For over 15 years Lisa Stull’s professional experiences have strengthened her dedication to create a positive, constructive and respectful professional relationship with all of her clients. Therefore, if we run into each other in public you will not acknowledged by her unless you acknowledge her first. This ensures you can maintain your anonymity.
Yes! It can be hard to find a therapist willing to take on adolescents with their precarious attitudes and issues. Lisa Stull not only enjoys working with teens but also has an excellent track record for reaching through to them.
Choice: YOU and your therapist are in charge of goals, length of treatment, and therapeutic choices. Savings: You pay less because we don’t spend valuable hours on insurance paperwork. Confidentiality: Insurance requires diagnosis to authorize treatment. These negative labels can follow you and be used to your disadvantage should a legal problem arise. Mis-diagnosing/Over-diagnosing: Many insurance companies will not cover treatment unless it is a “medical necessity.” Therefore, the client may be given an exaggerated diagnosis that is not in their best interest. Record: No record through your insurance company is created that will follow you. Depending on your diagnosis this record could prevent you from obtaining employment or interfere in obtaining a gun license.