Emily Grace Demars
Hi, my name is Emily! I’m originally from Birmingham, Alabama but now call Colorado home. I attended the University of Alabama at Birmingham where I got my bachelors degree in Social Work with a minor in International Studies. What led me to pursue Social Work in a mental health setting was my childhood best friend’s mother. She was the most supportive and attentive woman in my life. She challenged and encouraged me in beautiful ways growing up and due to her impact on my life I followed in her footsteps.
After I got my bachelors degree, I completed my master’s degree at the University of Denver with a concentration in Mental Health. During my time in school I have been able to work at a residential facility for women who have been sexually exploited, abused, and experienced complex trauma. Following this I have worked in private practice as a therapist with a wide variety of clients with diverse backgrounds, upbringings, ages, religious affiliation, and LGBTQIA+ identification. Through my own experience and education, I know how impactful care and treatment can be to individuals and thus want to provide that same level of care for others.
Emily Grace's Approach & Treatment Styles
I conduct therapy in a collaborative style, which means I want to hear from my clients about what methods, modalities, structure, and style they prefer and will benefit most from. My approaches are usually structured around:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
- Motivational Interviewing (MI)
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Mindfulness-Based CBT
- Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)
Who Emily Grace Works With
I believe therapy can be used to process the past, assess the present, and prepare for the future. Therefore, there is a need for different modalities of therapy and I want to ensure that my clients are getting the care, skill sets, and validation they need during their time. I am currently accepting individuals, couples, or families who are experiencing:
- Self-Esteem and Confidence Issues
- Family/Relationship Stressors
- Adjustment/Life Transitions
- Traumatic Experiences
- Trust Issues
- Need For Emotional Regulation
Frequently Asked Questions
We work with diverse populations from children, teens, & adults in individual, couples, group, and family counseling. To see more about who we work with, click here.
We can meet in person at any our Denver office located conveniently in the Highlands area. Telehealth by SimplePractice is the technology service we will use to conduct telehealth videoconferencing appointments.
For telehealth, we will send an accessible link to your phone or email from Simple Practice. All you need to do is get comfortable in a safe space, click the link, and join for a video meeting.
To schedule a consultation you can simply click here and complete the form to secure a convenient consultation time.
We strive to meet the needs of our clients and have a variety of available therapists to ensure we can pair you with a therapist that can best support your desired goals.
We currently do not accept any insurances, however, we provide superbills for you to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. Many of our clients go this route and it is easy to do.
While payment is expected after each session by the client, Lola & Me Therapy will provide a superbill, which is a detailed receipt that you, the client, submits to get reimbursed from your insurance company. If approved, your insurance company will reimburse you directly since you will have already paid for the services.
We recommend calling your insurance company for more information on your out-of-network benefits, and deductibles.
We offer 50-minute sessions with an optional 30-minute add-on for an additional fee. We recommend clients attend sessions a minimum of once a week to start. Depending on the nature of the client's needs, meeting twice a week is a possibility. Once you are progressing in therapy we can move to bi-weekly or monthly maintenance sessions.