A CU Medicine provider.

I started my career thinking I would be a psychiatrist and learned to listen first, suspending disbelief. Patients often have their own solutions, and the doctor needs to help the patient discover what those solutions are. I believe the doctors role is to be a partner with the patient in their care. As Ernest Hemmingway put it, “The world breaks everyone, and afterward, many are strong at the broken places.” I strive, as do all of my colleagues, to meet patients where they are and to be a guide to wellness.

I am an avid knitter and knitting for charity occupies a great deal of my knitting energy. I grow my own vegetables and love container gardening, composting makes everything come full circle. In addition to preserving tomatoes, pickling cucumbers and coriander seed, I make jams and jellies. I love to be outdoors doing anything.


Monday: 8am - 4:30pm
Tuesday: 8am - 4:30pm
Wednesday: 8am - 4:30pm
Thursday: 8am - 4:30pm
Friday: 8am - 4:30pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Monday: All day
Tuesday: All day
Wednesday: All day
Thursday: All day
Friday: All day
Saturday: All day
Sunday: All day

Qualifications and experience

Neurology, Epilepsy, Brain and Nervous System, Mental Health and Behavior, Brain and Nervous System - Epilepsy
Languages spoken
University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program (1999)

Penn State University/Milton S Hershey Medical Center Program (1998)

University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program (2003)

Medical School
Pennsylvania State University College of Medicine (1997)

University of Colorado (University Hospital) Program (2002)

California State University System (CA) (1993)

Clinical interest for patients

I am a fellowship trained Epileptologist, specializing in the care and management of patients with non-epileptic seizures.

Specialty Clinics: Non-Epileptic Seizure (NES) Clinic, Tuberous Sclerosis (TS) Clinic, Functional Neurology Clinic, Clinical Trials

Research interest for patients

I am currently primary investigator in a study for patients with non-epileptic seizures (NES), The NES clinic has treated > 600 patients as of 2020. Research involves, studying best practices for the care, management and improvement of outcomes in this patient population.

Volunteer activities

I served as past chair of the physician's advisory board to the Epilepsy Foundation of Colorado. I am now seated on the Board of Directors of the Foundation.

I knit for a breast prostheses organization and for Knit-4-Peace.

I am a church volunteer.

I am a volunteer fund raiser for the Epilepsy Foundation.

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