Thank you for visiting my website. I am a licensed clinical psychologist with over two decades of experience in providing mental health services as a psychotherapist.
I earned my Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver in 2000, with a dual specialty focus in child, family, and couples therapy and women’s issues. I also earned a Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver in 1999 as part of my Doctoral program; a Master’s Degree in Counseling and Guidance in 1994 from New York University; and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology in 1992 from the State University of New York at Albany. I possess a wide range of clinical expertise and have provided treatment services to a diverse clientele with varying treatment needs across many clinical settings since earning my first Master's Degree in 1994. I also possess a specific clinical and research interest in women’s issues, particularly women’s health and treatment concerns, and participate in various related professional activities.
Before entering into private practice in 2005, I provided individual, couples, family and group psychotherapy services and mental health evaluations for adults and adolescents involved with the criminal justice system and their families, with various mental health and substance abuse needs, throughout the Denver metropolitan area with Colorado Assessment and Treatment Center. I have also offered my expertise in numerous professional activities related to clinical and research supervision and consultation and served as a part-time faculty member with Metropolitan State College of Denver, teaching undergraduate psychology courses.
I completed my American Psychological Association approved Predoctoral Psychology Internship at University Counseling and Behavioral Health, University of Denver in affiliation with Colorado Psychiatric Health and University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, providing individual and couples psychotherapy, outreach, and psychoeducational services to University of Denver students, employees, and staff, as well as clinical supervision to doctoral level student trainees. Additionally, I provided consultation to and collaborative care with primary care physicians and health care providers at the University of Denver Student and Community Health Center as part of my Primary Care specialization.
As a doctoral student, I completed a field placement providing individual psychotherapeutic services to clients with various mental health and substance abuse needs through Adams Community Corrections Program Phoenix Center, a halfway house for adults involved in the criminal justice system, in Henderson, Colorado. Additionally, I provided outreach and family psychotherapy services through a joint outreach program between the University of Denver Professional Psychology Center and Knapp Elementary School (Denver Public Schools) and provided individual, family, and couples psychotherapy services to adults, adolescents and children at the University of Denver Professional Psychology Center. I also completed a field placement with Cory Elementary School (DPS), providing psychotherapeutic and supportive services to emotionally disturbed and learning disabled students, as well as psychological and educational assessment and evaluation services.
Prior to returning to graduate school for my Doctorate, I provided intensive home-based individual, family and couples psychotherapeutic services for children, adolescents and their families involved with child welfare and protection services in the Albany-Schenectady, New York area with the Northeast Parent and Child Society’s Families Work program, where I served as Co-Chair of the agency-wide Cultural Diversity Committee, and the Center for Family and Youth’s Project STRIVE program.
As a Master’s level student, I completed a practicum providing counseling and psychoeducational services to adolescents at Kaplan House, a division of the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, a residential treatment facility for foster youth, in New York City and a psychoeducational practicum with Planned Parenthood of Greater Northern New Jersey.
I am a member of the American Psychological Association (APA); APA Division 35, Society for the Psychology of Women; APA Division 42, Psychologists in Independent Practice; and the Colorado Psychological Association. I also serve as an Expert Advisor to the Endometriosis Research Center as a member of the ERC’s Medical & Professional Advisory Panel.
I provide individual, family, and couples psychotherapy services. I specialize in the following areas:
I utilize an integrative, individualized treatment approach, drawing from cognitive-behavioral, solution-focused, systems, and feminist theories. I provide goal-directed treatment; I will work with you to identify and develop your personal treatment goals and plan your treatment toward your successful achievement of these goals.
Please contact me directly at 720.299.8342 for more information regarding offered services, to schedule an initial appointment, or to discuss session fees. Please be advised that I am an in-network provider with the following insurance companies/EAPs:
Rocky Mt. Health Plans, United, Cigna, PHCS, First Health, Aetna, Magellan & Value Options
If your insurance is not listed above, please contact me directly to determine if your insurance is accepted. If you have insurance coverage for mental health services and I am not a participating provider of your insurance health plan, you will need to check with your carrier about how to file a claim. I will be very happy to provide documentation of billing and payments as an out-of-network provider for your insurance needs.
My easily accessible office in the Panorama Falls Building is conveniently located in the South Denver Metro area, just west of I-25 and Dry Creek Road.
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