I received my Master's and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology from Eastern Michigan University. I am trained in the "scientist-practitioner" model. This simply means that the interventions I use are informed by scientific research and will include known "best practices" in treatment.
I am experienced in individual, couples, and group therapy with adults and older adolescents. I also have expertise in conducting evaluations, assessments, and interventions for people with Learning Disabilities, ADHD, and dementia. Additionally, I sometimes teach college students, conduct workshops and presentations, and provide supervision to unlicensed psychotherapists.
Prior to opening a private practice in Colorado, I worked in several university counseling centers and outpatient facilities, some of which included multidisciplinary teams of health care professionals, including psychiatrists, physicians, nurse practitioners, social workers, and other specialists. I emphasize an "holistic" approach to emotional health care, including collaboration with clients' other health care providers.
While a "generalist" in practice, I have a special interest in working with those whose problems are associated with: