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Michael Ballard, PhD

Littleton, CO, Arapahoe County

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‘19 Certificate of Excellence, 2019
Michael Ballard, PhD logo
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Michael Ballard, PhD

Littleton, CO, Arapahoe County

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‘19 Certificate of Excellence, 2019

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Dr. Ballard is a licensed professional counselor who graduated from the University of Denver’s APA accredited Counseling Psychology program with his Doctoral degree. He received his Bachelors degree from Georgetown University and his Masters from Denver Seminary.

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Connie Kratzenberg

23 July 2018

Grace counseling center is the only facility that I know where you can call anytime of the day or weekend and someone answers. It is not a "after hours service " it is one of the counsellors.
Suzanne Sebree has built this amazing center and put all of her heart and soul into the business. Suzanne is also an author as well. Her book is Walking in Grace. I have never read a book that totally shows me such a wonderful upbringing of a family.
I would highly recommend Grace Counseling Inc. They will go the extra mile.
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It is my mission–and not just my job–to help those who are hurting, to help teens get back on track, to help adults who are struggling with anger, anxiety, and depression, and to help families thrive again. I work collaboratively with my patients to create specific treatment goals, and then work towards them with support and accountability. As a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, I believe that people can change, and that life can get better.

There is nothing more rewarding than helping people who are struggling, and I am so grateful that I have the opportunity to do this work.

As a licensed professional counselor, I’m thankful for the training I’ve received in how to work with adults, adolescents, and families. However, my journey to becoming a counselor started long before graduate school. I grew up in a family that dealt with many of these issues, and I’ve worked through some of them myself. So when I meet with people who are struggling, it’s more than simply a professional encounter for me. My clients often tell me that I “get it,” because frequently I can understand where they are coming from.

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