I offer both open-ended counseling and brief therapy to help with a wide range of issues and concerns including:
Grief & Loss
Trauma & PTSD
What I Do
When Should I Consider Therapy?
I see adults and adolescents in individual therapy to address issues ranging from trauma, personality disorder, depression, and anxiety, to trouble with relationships, self-esteem, and personal growth. I take a non-judgmental, empathic, understanding, and insight-oriented approach to therapy. I believe that one’s view of him or herself and the issues that have lead to their seeking therapy are influenced by their unique life experiences. Therapy helps people to increase self-awareness and deepen their understanding of factors contributing to their present struggles. They develop solutions that fit with them as individuals and address their unique life circumstances.
I supervise masters and doctoral level students interested in continuing their training and education in psychodynamic, relational, attachment, cognitive, behavioral, and humanistic/ existential models of therapy.
I also provide services to unlicensed mental health professionals who require a licensed psychologist to supervise their private practice.
I provide individual case and ongoing consultation services for other licensed mental health professionals working with early trauma and loss, complex trauma, personality disorders, anxiety disorders, and mood disorders.
I also offer training in psychodynamic, relational, attachment, cognitive, behavioral, and humanistic/existential approaches to therapy.
I teach the doctoral level Psychodynamic Psychotherapy seminar at the University of Denver’s Graduate School of Professional Psychology.