Denver clinic celebrates one year of serving the community10/17/23 06:00:pm
Rogers’ Denver clinic is celebrating its one year anniversary this week with an open house on Thursday, October 19. Guests can tour the clinic and meet members of the treatment team and operational leaders.
Thanks to a generous donation from an anonymous local family, the clinic opened in Englewood on October 17, 2022. The clinic has admitted nearly 150 patients to its OCD and Anxiety and Focus Depression Recovery partial hospitalization programs.
“We’ve established relationships within the community and we’re respected among referral partners in Denver for providing life-changing care to the patients we serve,” says Kristi Grothe, director of operations. “The team is committed to clinical excellence, and they’re working to make therapy an inviting experience for patients. The resounding hope for the clinic is to expand programming to be more comprehensive in care for the Denver community. We look forward to partnering with more schools in Denver and the surrounding communities.”
Denver teammates share their thoughts
“Rogers uses evidence-based care that is proven to help improve patients’ symptoms and quality of life when used properly and wholeheartedly. I love being part of the Denver clinic!” ~Bryn Bierman, care coordinator
“It has been a rollercoaster to be part of opening a clinic, but it is great to feel connected and supported by teammates across the country as we learn how to run a Rogers clinic.” ~Sonia Izmirian, PhD, clinical director
“My favorite part of working here at Rogers is the privilege of being part of an individual’s healing journey and the opportunity to see lives changed.” ~Michelle Klein, RN
“I’m looking forward to continuing to grow the clinic and serve more patients through our programs.” ~Anna Korbel, therapist
“My work with patients at Rogers - from my internship to my current role - has been nothing short of a dream come true for me professionally. In fact, it has been such a rewarding, fulfilling experience that I can almost forget about my student loan debt. Almost.” ~Sarah Chapman, therapist