Bizwatch: Dr. Henry Goetze, psychologist in Avon |

Bizwatch: Dr. Henry Goetze, psychologist in Avon

Scott N. Miller
Vail, CO, Colorado

Business name: Dr. Henry J. Goetze, Psychologist

Owner: Dr. Henry J. Goetze

Location: Avon Center, Suite 218, 100 W. Beaver Creek Blvd., Avon.

Phone number: 845-594 4692

Hours: By appoinment, Monday through Saturday.

Years in business: I have 28 years in practice, but I’m new in the Vail Valley.

What do you do? I provide psychological service to adults, teens and children. Services include counseling, psychological testing, evaluations for learning disabilities and attention deficit disorder.

Why did you open a business in the Vail Valley? With the population growth in the valley, there appeared to be an increased need for quality mental health treatment. The valley’s population is becoming ever more sophisticated and there is always a need for an infusion of new ways of thinking and creative problem solving.

You’re new in town. What are you looking forward to? Attaining a balance between professional work, recreational activities, and community volunteering.

What do you want your customers ” or potential customers ” to know about you and your business? I come to the Valley with 28 years of professional experience and am licensed in both New York and Colorado. Clients will receive confidential and compassionate counseling and excellent diagnostic services. I have served two terms as president of the Hudson Valley Psychological Association and have received awards for volunteerism with Big Brothers/ Big Sisters with recognition from the President’s office.

Tell us about the best day your business has had since you opened. I was overwhelmed by the beauty of being able to look upon the mountains of the Beaver Creek resort in the background of my office in Avon. The prospects of offering life enhancing psychological care in such a spectacular natural environment is thrilling. I am so very appreciative of having the privilege of being part of this community and to help its members through their personal challenges.

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