Overcomers Counseling is a licensed private practice in Colorado Springs that offers therapy for children, adolescents, adults, and couples.  We work closely alongside our clients to identify their individual needs so that they can find the relief needed now!

Back-to-School Event Celebrates 100th Anniversary with United Way

Kickin it Back to School was a celebration of the 100th anniversary of Pikes Peak United Way. The event was aimed at helping families prepare for the back-to-school season in Colorado Springs. Resourc...

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Mental Health Support for UCCS Students

The Mountain Lion Strong program is an educational program that aims to help student-athletes at the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. The goal is to develop tools and resources to support iden...

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University of Colorado, Colorado Springs to Provide Tuition Assistance to Students Pursuing Degrees in Behavioral Health

The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs is one of five universities in Colorado that will be providing tuition assistance to students pursuing degrees in behavioral health. The program is designe...

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Tragic: 4-Year-Old Dies from Fentanyl in Colorado Springs Area

This is tragic. A 4-year-old's mom was asleep when she got into a container of pills and died from fentanyl intoxication. This is serious because, In 2021, El Paso County had five children die due to ...

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Back to School Anxiety? A Doctor Offers Tips for Parents in Colorado

It's that time of year again when kids around the country are gearing up to head back to school. For some, this is an exciting time full of new opportunities and experiences. For others, it can be a t...

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KKTV Colorado Springs Shares One Family's Candid Obituary Story about Addiction

Hunter Lee Clemons, 22, died of a drug overdose on Feb. 10 after a long battle with addiction. His family has decided to speak candidly about his death in an effort to raise awareness about the epidem...

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Colorado's "I Matter" Program Receives Additional Funding

Colorado's "I Matter" website, a free mental health services portal for youth, has been approved for additional funding. The program launched in 2021 and saw 1,500 appointments scheduled in the first ...

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Colorado Springs Police Say Fentanyl Epidemic is Spreading to Social Media

Police in Colorado say that the drug and fentanyl epidemic is now in the social media world and that many parents don't know their kids are part of it. Many parents are unaware of the growing trend of...

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Colorado State University to Offer Session on Mental Health Struggles in the Military

Mental health struggles are prevalent in today's society, especially among veterans. Statistics show that an average of 20 veterans commit suicide each day in the United States. This is due, in part, ...

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Drug Abuse: Fentanyl Problems in Colorado Springs

Colorado is in the middle of a deadly fentanyl epidemic and state leaders are not sure what to do about it. Fentanyl is extremely deadly and can kill you even if you just touch it. Our state leaders t...

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Job Burnout for Teachers, Corrections Officers in Colorado

Job burnout is a real issue that many people face in their careers in Colorado. For teachers and security guards, this can be a major problem. A recently published story shines a light on this issue. ...

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Colorado's Life Expectancy Drops as Fentanyl Crisis, COVID-19 Take Toll

According to this news article, Colorado's average life expectancy has taken a major hit in just two years, dropping nearly three years from 81 years old to 78. The causes are numerous and include fen...

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New Funding Opportunities for Mental Health in Colorado Springs

Mental health has always had to compete for public funding. Even in the best of times, it can be difficult to get money to flow into this important sector. However, with the coronavirus pandemic makin...

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Colorado Kids are Having More Mental Health Issues, According to a Recent Survey

The results of a survey found that a significant portion of Colorado kids are experiencing mental health issues. 70,000 high school and almost 40,000 middle school students participated in the survey3...

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Fire Fighters in Colorado Springs Receive Mental Health Services to Help Them Navigate the Toll Their High-Stress Job Can Take

This is just one example of how we are supporting our service members with professional services that help keep their mental health strong. Fire fighting is a high-stress job, and it can take a toll o...

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