Steven Girty, MSW
Steven Girty is a therapist at Columbine Behavioral Healthcare in Durango.
About Steven Girty, MSW
Steven Girty, MSW, serves jail-based populations in Durango, Colorad0. His treatment is client-centered and strengths-based approach and utilizes a variety of methods including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness, Psychodynamic, and Motivational Interviewing.
He is also credentialed by the National Advocate Credentialing Program (NACP) or “Credentialed Advocate“ for victims.
“I am Cherokee from my father’s side, a part of the clan of Long Hair people. On my mother’s side I am Navajo, with my clans being Tabaaha and Tachii’nii. I am originally from Tahlequah Oklahoma, living in Farmington New Mexico since 2011.
“Clients can expect counsel with cultural competence all individuals, groups, and families and advocate for equity and social justice in a diverse world. Discuss and evaluate barriers or needs that clients may encounter as they transition from incarceration back into society. Identifying needs of the persona as a whole; mental and physical health.”
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