At Samaritan’s Well, we know everyone needs to find peace, hope, and joy in their lives. We understand how challenging and disorienting life can be. We are here to partner you with a counselor who can guide you towards more clarity and living your best life.
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How To Find Us
Park on the North side of 1212 E Arapaho in the “U” part of the building.
Walk down one of the main hallways to the second perpendicular hallway and turn into it. Samaritan’s Well is on the South side of the second hallway in suite 244.
How Can I Contact Samaritan’s Well?
Finding a counselor you can trust can be challenging sometimes. At Samaritans Well, we have many references and reviews that point to us for your counseling needs. You can reach us at samaritanswell.com. You can call us or text us at 469-296-8569. Marriage counseling, couples counseling, individual counseling, workshops, intensives? We have what you need for outpatient counseling.
What Can I Expect the First Time I Contact Samaritan’s Well?
When contacting Samaritans Well for the first time, you can expect us to get back with you within one business day. We will ask you questions about what you need for outpatient counseling. We will talk with you about our locations available and our counselors available. We will ask you about the questions you have regarding outpatient counseling, couples counseling, marriage counseling, individual counseling, and workshops. If you want spiritual input and biblical perspectives, we have a place for you. All of our counselors are believers and you can find our faith statement on our website. You can expect a courteous return call, and a friendly reminder when your session is near. We want you to feel welcome from the beginning.
Who Should Contact Samaritan’s Well?
You should contact Samaritans Well if you have any need for spiritual, emotional or psychological counseling. If you ever need for individual counseling, marriage and family counseling, workshops, or intensives, you can give us a call and we will do our best to help you. If you are an adult or guardian of a teenager, you can call us and set up an appointment. We are always ready and willing to help people in need of counseling. We ask that individuals call for their own appointment, and not make an appointment for another adult. Of course, if you’re a parent, you could make an appointment for your teenager. We want to ensure that when you make an appointment, it’s for yourself, and you have chosen to come in.
You should also contact Samaritans Well if you have ongoing issues that have never been fully or completely addressed. I like to tell people that it’s OK to bury things, we just don’t bury them alive. If there is something in your life that truly hasn’t been put to rest in the correct way, or in a healthy way, we would like to help you with that. Do you have things in your life that you’re not at peace with? In Isaiah chapter 9 the Bible says “and the increase of his government and peace there will be no end.” This means that where God’s government rules, where he’s been given permission to govern, there will be peace. If we are governing, or even someone else is governing, and it’s not surrendered to God, there will not be peace. We want you to be at peace. God wants you to be at peace. And if there’s a way that we can help you with that, we want to do it.
Why Should I Contact Samaritan’s Well?
Most people reach out to us when they have specific psychological or spiritual needs. Some people come for help with grieving, and often people come for depression or anxiety. Many people want a spiritual and Christian perspective to help them with their counseling needs. At Samaritans Well, we want to give you all of the spiritual input that our experience and understanding has available to you. You should contact Samaritans Well if you have any inclination the counseling might help you for your spiritual needs, your emotional needs, or your psychological needs. Some people come to us and contact us because they’ve had recent losses in their life. Grieving is a significant reason for coming for counseling. Other people find themselves trapped in self condemnation, or resentment towards others. One of the things we emphasize at Samaritan’s Well is understanding SOUL SENSES. If you want to understand how mad, sad, bad, glad, and scared to work together, you can contact us. We want to help you have the freedom to be the person God created you to be, without hindrance.
You should contact us if you have guilt in your life that has been very difficult to overcome. We can help you understand true guilt, and how to respond to it. We can help you understand false guilt, also called psychological guilt, and how to respond to it. This closely corresponds to legitimate shame, and illegitimate shame. These are just a sampling of things we can help you with and reasons that you should contact Samaritans Well.
Most people contact Samaritans Well because they have a pressing need at the moment in their lives.
Where Can I find more information about Samaritan’s Well?
Go to samaritanswell.com and find the central gathering place for all the information about our counseling center. You can also look at our YouTube videos. We have a LinkedIn site as well. You could always reach us at 469-296-8569. You can call or text on that number. We do our best to make it easy for you to reach us.
Many people contact us after hearing about us from a friend or a pastor or a relative. We want you to know that we consider it an honor to hear from you and to help you after you contact us.
We ask that you consider contacting us for your counseling needs. We’ve helped hundreds and hundreds of people in the past, and we would like to help you now. We can’t help you unless you make contact with us and initiate your visit. Look at the reviews, watch some of our videos, call and ask some questions, and we will be glad to help you.
“The LORD bless you and keep you;
The LORD make His face shine upon you,
And be gracious to you;
The LORD lift up His countenance upon you,
And give you peace!”