Every patient has a unique story. If we really listen to the stories we are told, we can help our patients and their families understand their own cognitive and emotional strengths and weaknesses, and help them move forward.
The opportunity to work collaboratively with exceptional providers in a health system that puts patient care as the first priority.
Why got in profession?
I became a clinical psychologist to help people. I discovered a passion for neuropsychology as I found that every patient with whom I worked allowed me an opportunity to help them solve a puzzle about the mind.
I enjoy spending time with family, cooking/baking, running triathlons, and hiking.
Qualifications and experience
- Languages spoken
California School of Professional Psychology at Alliant International University (2008)
University of Wisconsin-Madison (2002)
Universidad de Complutense (2001)
- Clinical interest for patients
Memory disorders, traumatic brain injury, epilepsy, post stroke care, multiple sclerosis, pre- and post surgical evaluations
- Research interest for patients
I have interests in the residual effects of traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer's related dementia, and caregiver support and outcomes.
- Volunteer activities
My husband and I have two young children. We like to volunteer to work with homeless families in Fort Collins.