Working as a psychologist for over 25 years has taught me much about life and the struggles we all face. I have observed over and over how life's difficulties -- especially the most painful ones -- can truly help a person grow. It is an opportunity to tap into deep reserves of strength and emerge a stronger, happier person. I am honored to be part of this life-changing process that unfolds during psychotherapy. I believe psychotherapy is an interactive process between the psychologist and client. It requires commitment and a desire to change. My particular style has been described as a warm, supportive and compassionate approach that includes humor, questioning, and challenging when appropriate.
I am a licensed psychologist in the State of Colorado and I am a full member of the American Psychological Association and the Colorado Psychological Association. My private practice has been located in the same Cherry Creek office since 1984, the year I received my Ph.D. in psychology from the University of Denver. I have worked with a variety of individuals, families, and groups in professional settings such as mental health centers, employee assistance programs and schools. I have been a consultant to businesses, law firms, and educators, and have presented workshops on a variety of psychological topics to community groups.
Licensed Psychologist, State of Colorado
Ph.D. in Psychology from University of Denver