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Services Provided


Anger Management

Anger management is not the suppression or rejection of one’s feelings. it is a taught process of managing what is causing one to be angry.  We teach the  process of both recognizing signs and symptoms of anger within one’s body. It also teaches one how to mitigate the situations and circumstances producing the anger.   


Everyone feels down and out of it at some point in time. That is not necessarily depression. Depression can range from mild to survivor. Clinical terms can be Major depressive disorder or clinical depression. Depression is  a mood disorder the produces long term overwhelming feelings of sadness and may also include loss of interest.  It affects how one thinks and feel as well as it can alter one’s behavior.  It is recommended that induvial are properly assessed to determine one’s severity.



Marital and Premarital

A relationship transition from an individual to a couple can seem both exciting and overwhelming. Many couples find it necessary to have both outside eyes and ears to assist them with their dilemmas. We provide team counseling consisting of both my wife and I during these sessions.

Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is a joint process between a therapist and a person in therapy. Common goals of therapy can be to inspire change or improve quality of life. People may seek therapy for help with issues that are hard to face alone. Individual therapy is also called therapy, psychotherapy, psychosocial therapy, talk therapy, and counseling.

Family Therapy

Help family members improve communication and resolve conflicts.



Couples Therapy

Helps people resolve conflicts, understand and improve their relationships, and meet relationship goals.

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A dramatization is used in order to teach participants through role-playing. Classes on choices are used to teach teens and young adults that they have better options with which to make better decisions. Classes in decision making processes using life measures (i.e. real-life situations involving cohersion into violence, sex etc.) via creative role-playing assist individuals in dealing with real-life problems and circumstances.


The Computer Lab is where we teach young people computer skills to help them not only in school, but also in preparation for the job market. These skills are Microsoft Office Suite [Word, Excel, Access, Project, Power Point, Publisher] and for some, Web Design. This also teaches the student computer skills, repair, and programming.



School First

This program is designed with three facets: to prepare those whom have dropped out of school to obtain their GED or equivalency; those struggling in school subjects and people skills; better prepare these individuals for college entry examinations (SAT and ACT).

Family Awareness

RHEOTO understands that the age of children having children today has risen over 75% in those in the 13-16 age group, thereby, we have babies having babies. This program is designed to help teach new mothers and fathers obtain the necessary skills to assist them in parenting their child(ren).

Fitness & Nutrition

By participating in proper nutrition and exercise classes in our state-of-the-art fitness center, participants learn to care for and take responsibility for their health.



Fine Arts & Musical Enrichment

Arts in drama, music, dance, song writing, Audio/Video recording, cinematography, and duplicating skills divert energy into creative expression instead of negative venues.

How Do I Know if Therapy is Right for Me?

The American Psychological Association suggests considering therapy when something causes distress and interferes with some part of life, particularly when:

  • Thinking about or coping with the issue takes up at least an hour each day
  • The issue causes embarrassment or makes you want to avoid others
  • The issue has caused your quality of life to decrease
  • The issue has negatively affected school, work, or relationships
  • You’ve made changes in your life or developed habits to cope with the issue

You might feel like you have too many things to do or too many issues to cope with. You might feel like you can’t rest or even breathe. Stress and overwhelm can lead to serious physical health concerns.


This physical symptom often results from or accompanies mental health issues. It can indicate depression. Fatigue can cause you to sleep more than usual or have trouble getting out of bed in the morning.

Disproportionate rage, anger, or resentment

Everyone feels angry at times. Even passing rage isn’t necessarily harmful. Seeking support to deal with these feelings may be a good idea when they don’t pass, are extreme compared to the situation, or if they lead you to take violent or potentially harmful actions.

Anxious or intrusive thoughts

It’s normal to worryabout things from time to time, but when worry takes up a significant part of your day or causes physical symptoms, therapy can help you deal with it.


Losing hope or motivation, or feeling as if you have no future, can indicate depression or another mental health condition. Feeling hopeless from time to time, especially after a period of difficulty, isn’t uncommon. But when it persists, it may lead to thoughts of suicide.

Social withdrawal

Many people feel better when they’re able to spend at least some time alone. Introverted people may need even more time alone than others. But if you feel distressed around others or fear being with other people, therapy can help you understand and deal with these feelings.

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14720 Galley Road, Colo Spgs, CO 80915


Monday:  Intake Only
Thursday – Friday:  4pm – 8pm
Weekends: Appointment Only