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Therapy that Works the Way You Need It

Deep Healing. Restoration for Women.

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You Are Treasured Here!

Jars of Clay is a refuge for women like you who are weary, burnt out, overwhelmed with life, struggling in their identity, or are just feeling lost.  It is a place to recover from hurt, insecurity, imbalance and fear; and it is where you can experience kindness, joy, perspective, & hope. Come into the sanctuary to re-gain focus and improve your overall mental and emotional wellness.  
The phrase “jars of clay” comes from the Biblical scripture 2 Corinthians 4:7-9 that says, “We have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us. We are hard pressed on every side, but not crushed; perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not abandoned; struck down, but not destroyed.” Hardship and pressure does not have to mean destruction!



Jars of Clay focuses on improving the lives of women through the treatment of trauma and soul wounds in individual therapy. This could look like:

  • Obtaining life balance

  • Knowing yourself again

  • Feeling confident in your choices & values

  • Learning to manage stress, anxiety & overthinking

  • Getting control over anger and sadness

  • Moving through grief

  • Gaining energy and motivation

  • Creating healthy meaningful relationships

  • Achieving overall wellness

Talk with your therapist by computer of phone

Video chat gives you the flexibility to meet at your convenience through a confidential telehealth platform.

Use your insurance plan

Jars of Clay is in network with:


Blue Cross Blue Shield


United Healthcare 

Health First Colorado (Medicaid)

Book a Session

You can schedule your sessions through your Client Portal. 


Your Therapist

Monique Whitley Phillip, MA, LPC-S, NCC

Hi there! I am the owner of Jars of Clay, A Sanctuary. I’m a culturally responsive Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Colorado, and am a certified trauma therapist and clinical supervisor. I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of Houston and a Master’s Degree in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. I’ve been in the behavioral health field for over 15+ years, and use a variety of methods to increase functioning such as psychoeducation, cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness training, somatic experiencing, brainspotting, Christian counseling and internal family systems. It is my honor and joy to support you through your restoration process. 

Compassionate. Authentic. Empowering.



15 Minute Consultation                               Free

Individual Therapy (60 Minutes)                 $155

Currently, all major credit cards (i.e. VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express), and Health and Flexible Spending Account cards are accepted for payment. It is required that a valid credit card be kept on file.


Who is Jars of Clay for? Glad you asked! Jars of Clay is especially for adult women with diverse backgrounds, those who have been marginalized and experienced stigma, working moms, stay at home moms, married women, single women, those struggling with balancing life or with their mental health, those with abandonment or attachment issues, those with conflicts in family life, those who want to deepen their faith or those who just need a resource to support their success. If you have been wondering where your best life is, are not sure what to do with all of your anger or sadness, have gone through something unimaginably unbearable or have a mind that just won’t shut off, Jars of Clay is for you. This is a real opportunity to work towards your true potential, make healthier choices, experience peace and restore your soul. What can I expect in counseling? You’ll first register to access your very own client portal where you will be able to complete paperwork, send messages and schedule appointments. Everything there is confidential, just like anything you would disclose in a therapy session (there are a few exceptions to this that we’ll go over). Once we start counseling, you’ll be asked to provide some background information about yourself, so that we’re working in the proper context. Then, we’ll identify goals that you want to work towards and possible action steps to get you there. We’ll figure out how often we’ll meet and go from there. What if I don’t like counseling? It is very likely that there will be parts of it you won't like, because change can be hard. It causes you to look deeply at yourself and try new ways of doing things. Sometimes that’s just not fun, but it almost always is worth it in the end. I believe you can push through to the other side, and will be able to use those changes for the better for the rest of your life. If it turns out that you’re not ready or don’t think it’s for you, you always have the option to discontinue. Can I bring my family member or friend with me to counseling? Many times people come into counseling due to damaged relationships they would like to repair or are wanting some extra support during sessions, and that is completely understandable. However at this time, Jars of Clay does not provide any family or couples therapy, or allow any non-clients in session. In order for us to get the most out of our time together, it is really important that you focus on healing for yourself first. What are some of the benefits of teletherapy? Teletherapy can be very convenient, especially in instances where it is difficult to come into an office. It provides the ability to log in from anywhere that has an internet connection, which is helpful for people who frequently travel, struggle to leave home, live outside of the city or don't find it safe to commute in inclement weather.

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