At AspenRidge Recovery, individuals 18 years of age and older are invited to participate in a transformative residential treatment program that works to overcome addiction and produce models for lifelong sobriety. With a foundation in the 12 Steps of Recovery, AspenRidge provides daily 12-Step meetings, 12-Step literature studies, recovery events, and 12-Step conferences. In addition, patients receive 30 hours of group and individual therapy sessions each week for mental health, addiction and trauma, and are encouraged to participate in outdoor activities such as hiking, team building outings and day trips. All AspenRidge clinician's are licensed to treat both mental health and addiction.
Jeff holds a Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with specialized training in Adlerian Psychology, Motivational Interviewing, Medication-Assisted Treatments, Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Trauma- Focused CBT. He has been passionately serving diverse populations of people struggling with addiction and mental health issues for over 14 years. He is very active in the recovery community and is a strong advocate for mental health services. He has long term experience as a clinician and a manager in a variety of treatment settings, including Adult Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, Therapeutic Communities, and Sober Living homes. His work experiences include Hazelden-Chicago, University of Colorado, and Arapahoe/Douglas Mental Health.More
Dr. Shuman is a licensed psychiatrist and addictionologist in the state of Colorado. Dr. Shuman provides psychiatric care with psychotherapy and when indicated pharmacotherapy for bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety disorders, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, addiction treatment and related concerns in the greater Denver area. We are humbled by his extraordinary professional contributions here at AspenRidge.More
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