We help people move through their depression so they can begin to enjoy life again.


We help adults and adolescents repair their self-esteem and sense of purpose so they can show up as their best self.

Find your grit

Find your joy

Life is full of challenges and losses. However, depression is more than just the experience of life's ups and downs. You deserve to get the support of a professional who can help you understand your depression and move into a more joyful life.  You may be depressed if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

little or no joy or pleasure in life - trouble with concentration - feelings of hopelessness - low self-esteem or self-loathing - trouble sleeping - exhaustion - eating too little or too much - difficulty performing at work - difficulty with physical intimacy - lack of direction or disinterest in goals - loneliness - emptiness - tearfulness and crying - self-harm - thoughts about suicide


The good news is that depression is treatable. Although we know at times it feels hopeless or impossible, there are many powerful and effective treatments to help you move past your depression and into a happier life. At Grit Therapy, we help Summit County residents regain control over their life so they can enjoy all of the beauty a life in the Colorado Rocky Mountains has to offer. 

Love your life again!

At Grit Therapy, we know that everyone's journey with depression is unique.

Our goal is to provide individualized treatment to each of our clients, while also using evidence-based practices.


That means that the type of therapies we use have been well researched, and have been shown to reduce symptoms of depression over time.


Your therapist will help find the right treatment that works for you and your unique needs. 

What causes depression?


We often hear that depression is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain. While this can be true, we also know that depression is a complex experience that can have many contributing factors including, but not limited to:


Chemical imbalance in the brain - genetics - difficulty regulating moods - trauma - stressful life events - family history - low self-esteem - drug or alcohol use - abuse and neglect - perfectionism - serious medical illness - oppression - life changes due to COVID-19 - financial stress


Your depression could stem from one or many of the factors mentioned above. Luckily, these factors don't have to lead to a lifetime of suffering. Call us today to set up a free consultation and find out if depression therapy with Grit Therapy is a good fit for you. 

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Is depression therapy just talking?

Does that really help?


We definitely do a lot of talking in therapy!

However, your therapist has years of training that she is using in every session.


She is listening for the roots and causes of your depression so she can help you find ways to heal.


Our therapists are invested in finding treatment modalities that work for your individual needs and circumstances.