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Dear Friends,

We are open and accepting appointments. As the pandemic continues to impact our daily lives in so many ways, the therapy and support DFX provides is more essential than ever.

We’re asking everyone to join us in the effort to minimize exposure and slow the spread of COVID-19. 

Please know that we are taking steps to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus within the clinic, and you can review DFX’s policies and procedures that we ask all clients, families, and staff to follow (click here to download). DFX is closely following CDC guidelines regarding what to do if you have been exposed to the coronavirus or live with someone who has been exposed. Please review them here to be certain you understand these protocols. To obtain in person services, we ask that you agree to take these precautions that will help keep everyone (you, your therapist, DFX staff, and other patients) safer from exposure and possible illness.

Our team of expert clinicians is providing in-person, remote consultations, and telehealth treatment for children, teens, and young adults for goals that were in place prior to the coronavirus and for struggles with mental health and self-regulation that may have emerged in light of the challenges we are all facing. Depending on circumstances, we offer telehealth, in-person sessions and outdoor therapy sessions when appropriate.

Please give us a call at 303.333.8360 or email info@developmentalfxorg, or be in touch with your own clinician(s) to discuss how we can support your family during this time. We are here for you wherever you are.


Tracy Stackhouse, MA, OTR Tracy Stackhouse photo 2021
Executive Director

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