Native Spanish speakers face unique challenges, and Northern Colorado’s Hispanic population has grown significantly in recent years. That’s why Foundations Counseling in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Windsor offers bilingual therapy and counseling for Spanish speakers. Our goal is to help Spanish speakers of all ages cope with life transitions, stress, anxiety, depression, and other mental health challenges.
Spanish speakers seek therapy for a variety of reasons. Some people have trouble acclimating to life in Colorado. Others need support while navigating difficult life transitions, like enrolling in an unfamiliar school or working at a new job. The immigration process is also filled with uncertainty, which can lead to stress, anxiety, and other negative mental health outcomes.
Bilingual therapy with a Spanish-speaking therapist can help people explore and accept the feelings and behaviors that arise from these types of situations.
What You Can Expect with Bilingual Spanish Counseling
Foundations Counseling offers bilingual Spanish therapy in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Windsor, but our therapists aren’t just English speakers who happened to learn Spanish. They also understand the unique cultural forces that exist within Hispanic and Latino communities.
When you or someone you love chooses to work with one of our bilingual therapists, there won’t be any language barriers. You can expect to work with an empathetic and compassionate mental health professional who is ready to meet you where you are.
When to Ask for Help
There are many reasons a Spanish language seeker might seek out counseling services. Foundations Counseling clients have decided to start their therapy journey with one of our bilingual therapists for support with:
- Acclimating to a new culture
- Honoring their heritage
- Transitioning into elementary school, middle school, high school, college, and beyond
- Coping with feelings of depression, anxiety, stress, hopelessness, and more
- Handling the stressors of a complicated immigration system
- Adjusting to change, including within their Colorado community as the Spanish-speaking population continues to grow
Some people also look for family therapy, especially if new family members have recently relocated and the family dynamic has been altered. Whether you or someone you love is facing difficulties in life, bilingual Spanish therapy provides a safe space to explore complex emotions.
Set up a Free Consultation
If you or someone you know would benefit from bilingual Spanish counseling and therapy, please use this link to contact Foundations Counseling in Fort Collins, Loveland, and Windsor. We’ll be in touch within 24 hours to arrange your free consultation.