As a licensed clinical psychologist and a certified Imago Relationship therapist, I provide services for adults, couples, and adolescents. Another part of my practice is supervising other clinicians and students in related fields. In working with all clients, I do my best to listen with an objective and empathic ear. I would describe my presence as approachable, non-judgmental, calm, and down-to-earth. Most clients begin to feel comfortable within the first session.

Depending on individual needs, I base my approach according to the uniqueness of each client. I view the practice of psychotherapy as both a science and an art, making use of acquired skills and techniques, as well as intuition and experience. Clients receiving services from me can expect guidance and assistance in meeting their personal goals in the context of improving relationships, enhancing self-esteem, and leading more fulfilling and balanced lives.

I graduated from the Chicago School of Professional Psychology with a Doctoral Degree in Clinical Psychology in 1997, and have been in private practice for over 12 years. I completed various inpatient and outpatient internships at the Chicago Osteopathic Hospital; the Chicago Counseling Center; and University Hospital.

As a certified School Psychologist, I conducted psychological and educational assessments and counseled at-risk students in Denver Public Schools. I also consulted with administrators and teachers in the areas of violence and substance abuse prevention and intervention.

I conduct clinical supervision with psychologists, social workers, counselors, and art therapists. My undergraduate and Masters Degree (Learning Disabilities) are both from the University of Northern Colorado. Prior to becoming a therapist, my first career was teaching, both Special Education and Language Arts.

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