Frequently asked questions
about my Boulder Counseling and Psychotherapy Practice.

What kind of people do you tend to work with?

Most of my clients are very successful and intelligent people who may be experiencing a specific challenge in their life or a more generalized issue (anxiety, compulsive thoughts or worry, life transition or grief, depression, relationship trouble, etc.) or feel stuck in some way, and may want to work on moving past specific obstacles to creating  a more satisfying life. I work with men, women and couples. My clients range from young adults to people in their fifties and sixties. Most of my clients live in Boulder, Denver, and the surrounding areas.

When and where do you see clients?

I work from my North Boulder Office. I have early morning, day time, lunch time and evening appointments available. All sessions are by appointment.

How often would I come in?

I recommend weekly sessions, at least initially, as this provides a good foundation for creating change and establishing a strong relationship. In my experience, this also creates a kind of momentum that makes healing and change more stable and reliable. I am flexible around this as each person and couple’s needs are different.

How many sessions would I see you?

Most clients need  from 10 to 30 sessions to experience significant change, though many clients notice positive changes and improvements after 1 or 2 sessions.  The duration of therapy is really up to you. It depends on your goals, the complexity of the situation, and your readiness to change.

How long does a session last?

Counseling sessions run 60 minutes. Sometimes, I will book longer sessions if the need arises, or you feel you want more time.

What is your fee?

I offer a  fee of $100/session for 60 minute sessions. 90 minute sessions are $130/session.  I offer some sliding scale and reduced fee slots for students and others who cannot afford the full fee.

How does this work with my insurance?

I am not currently accepting insurance, however I can provide you with an invoice that you can submit to your insurance provider for possible reimbursement. Your insurance will need to accept “out of network” providers.

What forms of payment do you accept?

I accept cash, check, and credit/debit cards (including HSA cards.)

How do I contact you?

Contact by phone or email is fine. My office phone number is 303.225.2700 and my email address is davidrobbinslpc@gmail.com. You will often get my confidential voicemail when you call as much of the time I spend in the office is with clients. I will return your call, or email promptly.

David S. Robbins, MA, LPC
3393 Iris Ave., Suite 206
Boulder, CO 80301