I believe every patient has value from birth to end of life. Every patient has a story to tell, and I believe all life experiences lend value to the patient and should be considered in their daily care. I believe in innovation and best practices through the pursuit of scholarly activities and implementing best practices in my daily care.
I believe in mutual trust between myself and the patient to harbor the best clinical experience. I embrace evidenced-based medicine and incorporating it into my daily clinical practice to provide the best and most up-to-date psychiatric care.
I love spending time with my husband, five boys and three dogs. I enjoy dirt biking, being outdoors and enjoying all the activities that Colorado has to offer.
Qualifications and experience
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
- Languages spoken
Maricopa Medical Center (2014)
Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center (2012)
Doctor of Medicine
Oceania University of Medicine (2009)
University of Phoenix (2001)
University of Phoenix (1999)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Specialty Year American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Psychiatry 2013
- Clinical interest for patients
• Epigenetics and its impact on brain development and its behavioral implications
• Trauma and how it impacts adults, children, infants and formation of the brain
• How to build resiliency in one's life
• The integration of medicine and psychiatry to provide best clinical outcomes
- Research interest for patients
• All aspects of psychiatry from birth to adult
• How early bonding and mom baby relationships impact the trajectory of one's life
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