Making one’s way through life is challenging. I practice psychotherapy with the goal of engaging everyone who comes to see me with respect to their individuality and unique circumstances. This allows us to work together to identify strengths, build healthy coping strategies that fit, minimize symptoms affecting life negatively, and foster confidence and hope.
I moved to Colorado from New York 30 years ago to pursue my doctorate and never left. I live with my two dogs and spend a lot of time outdoors with them. I have 13 nieces and nephews and 7 great-nieces and nephews and travel as often as I can to spend time with my family.
Qualifications and experience
- Psychology, Mental Health and Behavior - Anxiety, Mental Health and Behavior - Bereavement, Mental Health and Behavior - Bipolar Disorder, Mental Health and Behavior - Depression, Mental Health and Behavior - Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Mental Health and Behavior - Seasonal Affective Disorder, Mental Health and Behavior - Stress
- Languages spoken
University of Northern Colorado (1997)
Columbia University (1988)
Northeastern University (1987)
- Clinical interest for patients
Post-traumatic stress and trauma-informed care
Managing depression and anxiety
Multicultural and diversity issues in counseling
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