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 I believe in the power of personal and professional development, and I aspire to help you experience purposeful and successful outcomes as a result of our work together. The clients who benefit the most from working with me are those who are open to the possibility of change and who are ready to commit to their well-being. They desire meaningful personal and professional lives and want to invest in their potential.

I am particularly passionate about working with individuals who are struggling with burnout, are in the midst of life transitions, dealing with histories of trauma, and anxiety. I provide evidence-based psychotherapies & strategies to facilitate behavior change. I offer guidance on goal attainment and committed action to individuals seeking a life of authenticity, empowerment, and purpose. 

I have been a licensed Clinical Psychologist in Denver, CO for over ten years, and have worked in the field of Psychology and mental health for over twenty years. I obtained a B.A. in Psychology from Cornell College and continued education and training in Counseling Psychology at the University of Denver where I achieved my Ph.D. in 2007. I completed a formal pre-doctoral Residency at the Denver Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC), followed by a formal 2-year post-doctoral Fellowship at the Rocky Mountain Mental Illness Research and Education Center (RM-MIRECC) at the Rocky Mountain Regional VAMC. From 2009 to 2021, I was a Clinical and Research Psychologist and Principal Investigator at the RM-MIRECC and also served as the Training Director for the RM-MIRECC Advanced Psychology Fellowship Training Program for 5 years. I also maintain affiliation with the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Departments of Psychiatry and Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation achieving Associate Professor ranking. I have been in private practice since 2019, and, in early 2022, I chose to completely devote my time and service to my practice. 

My consultation services include the provision of clinical supervision and mentorship to select Psychologists-in-training and those at the post-doctoral level. I also provide consultation services to mental health centers and clinical practices regarding program implementation and evaluation, outcomes measurement, and program curriculum development.

It is a profound gift to be able to work alongside my clients, helping them to write their life stories, overcome challenges, and deeply transform. 

Colorado Psychologist License #3399

Co-Founder ImpACT Psychology Colorado

If you're ready to schedule a session with me or have any additional questions about my practice, I look forward to speaking with you!




2000 S. Colorado Blvd

Denver, CO 80222 


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