I deeply respect the courage it takes to schedule your first appointment and am committed to providing a therapeutic experience that resonates with you.
My approach centers on the belief that change comes from authenticity and vulnerability, from deepening our understanding of how we became who we are. Each session is safe and non-judgmental, all lifestyle choices are welcome. Together, we will explore ways to proactively approach your goals and make changes to what holds you back. When you enter into my room, you are no longer alone.
Specialized training in EMDR, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Narrative Therapy (NT), and Holistic Mental Health. I work with high-functioning adolescents, adults, and couples.
One-on-one sessions designed to deepen your understanding of youself.
For partnerships, friendships, or family members interested in re-defining their two-person dynamic.
A direct approach for building authenticity and connection amongst families, friends, or co-workers.
A unique therapeutic experience designed to enhance creativity and self-expression.
Explore your interests, strengths, and challenges, integrating them into a balanced and maintainable lifestyle.
Combine mental and physical health with practices designed to improve both the mind and the body.
30 minute $75 pp / 50 minute $95-120 pp
Self-pay (Insurance not accepted), Adjusted Rate
Accepting clients ages 14+
Street Parking Available
Presentations, Publications, and Teaching Experience
Available on desktop website
"Feeling Useless? You Aren't. Here's How to Support the Fighters of COVID-19"
National Alliance on Mental Illness
"Can Self-Care and Hard Work Co-Exist?"
"Build Doors, Not Walls; 4 Reasons Why Having A Thick Skin Isn't
Mental Health Today
"Use These Activities to Build Self-Esteem"
"Want Self-Esteem? Start with Vulnerability"
"3 Things We Forget When Building Self-Esteem"
"Subtle Signs of Self-Esteem You May Be Missing"
"I Achieved My Goal, so Why is My Self-Esteem Still Low?"
"Using Baby Steps to Build Self-Esteem"
"How Mindfulness Affects Self-Esteem"
"How Bad Habits Affect Self-Esteem"
"Can You Build Self-Esteem Around Toxic People?"
"How Body Image Affects Self-Esteem: Are You Hot or Not?"
"When Should You Conquer Fear?"
"How Accountability Builds Self-Esteem"
"How To Use Authentic Thinking to Build Self-Esteem"
"How To Find Your Authenticity with a Self-Interview"
"Separating Work from Self-Worth"
"The Origin of Values: Internal Vs. External"
FRONT RANGE CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROGRAM
Using multiple frameworks, this guest lecture series is designed to enhance the understanding of trauma for individuals pursuing careers in criminal justice.
"Self-Care; A New Socio-Conscious Framework"
MIT, MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
A new psychological framework designed to redirect potentially negative self-care language trends used in pop culture and re-introduce self-care to a wider socio-cultural bracket.
"The Appropriation of Self-Care Language"
A presentation on the demographic focus of the self-care industry and the cultural implications of its increasing monetary value.
"Identifying Personal Needs in a Non-Personal World"
THE NORTH END WOMEN'S MENTORSHIP PROGRAM
Using narrative therapeutic techniques, the balance between self-focus and selflessness is re-examined. Emphasis is placed on empowerment and self-confidence.
COMMONWEALTH CIRCUS CENTER
An interactive lecture designed to educate and enhance somatic awareness in athletes of all levels.
"The Basics of Self-Care"
CENTER HOUSE DAY TREATMENT PROGRAM
Self-care is reframed for low-income individuals with cognitive delay. Presented techniques are designed to be easily maintainable for all learning levels.
"The RockStars Project"
THE LIVING ROOM STORYTELLERS SERIES
Retelling the experience of writing a music album with children losing the battle to terminal illness. Reflecting on the use of music as a therapeutic catalyst for all affected during prolonged loss of life.
Front Range Community College
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY (PSY102)
An undergraduate course that explores the psychology of intelligence, cognitive development, personality, lifespan, anxiety, depression, addiction, PTSD, and coping strategies.
HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (PSY235)
A second-level course that explores the biological, cognitive, and psychosocial factors contributing to growth and development from prenatal through late adulthood.
M.A, Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate
Ayurvedic Health & Nutrition Certification
American Psychological Association (APA)
Colorado Psychological Association (CPA)
New England Center for Existential Therapy (NCET)
American Meditation Institute (AMI)