When a person comes to therapy, they are often feeling down or lonely. They may not feel connected to their partner or they may feel as if they are lacking optimism about their relationship or the world. I am passionate about helping people find hope and to create strong bonds in their relationships. I work with individuals, couples, groups and families. I have experience working with people who are experiencing addiction and codependency. I have also worked with people who have been incarcerated, as well as those who live with chronic pain. I also help people navigate through the difficult waters of trauma and infidelity.
I earned my Master of Sciences in Marriage and Family Therapy from the University of Phoenix and am an experienced clinician working in Colorado since 2013. I use a variety of treatments, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) in order to help clients reach their goals.
I am a Colorado native, as well as a wife and mother of twins, as well as a special needs child. I am passionate about helping clients, and particularly couples, navigate having a special needs child, and the specific complexities that type of diagnosis can bring. I am a nationally recognized volunteer for the Children’s Tumor Foundation and enjoy outdoor activities, especially hiking and visiting the mountains.