Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado

Clinical Therapy Services

Injury to the brain can cause upsetting changes to your mental health. You may find that new mental health concerns arise or preexisting mental illness worsens after injury, such as: 

  • Anxiety 
  • Depression 
  • Mood Swings 
  • Anger 
  • Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) 
  • Changes in Personality, & More 

Here to Help

It’s very common to experience emotional struggle after a brain injury, and with the right help, you can feel better. BIAC understands how difficult it can be to find behavioral and mental health counseling from professionals who understand the relationship between mental health and brain injury. 

We are here to help you understand the challenges you encounter as a person with a brain injury and we can work together to create your best quality of life. 

What We Offer 

  • Therapists who are specialized in brain injury and various treatment modalities to help meet our clients particular needs and goals that are unique to individuals with a brain injury.
  • Counseling services to caregivers and family members of survivors. 
  • In-person or telehealth sessions are available. 

Medicare, Medicaid, & Private Pay accepted. 

Due to high interest in brain injury specific mental health services, we do have an extensive waitlist.

It’s important to us to provide additional resource options that are available in the community so please contact a Brain Injury Resource Navigator at (303)355-9969 to learn about what resources may be available in your area.

If you are in crisis and are in need of immediate mental health support, please contact:

 Colorado Crisis Services by calling 1-844-493-8255 or text “TALK” to 38255. Here is their website.

Suicide and Crisis Lifeline by calling or texting 988. Here is their website.