1665 Grant Street, Third Floor, Denver, CO 80203 (303) 912-6632
I am a psychologist in private practice. I provide family therapy, couples therapy, and individual therapy for children, adolescents and adults. I also provide educational evaluations for students (including adults) with learning challenges. I am an adjunct faculty member in the Psychology Department at the University of Denver, as an instructor to graduate students learning Family Therapy, and I supervise their clinical cases. As you can see, I am also available for organizational consultations, and presentations.
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I got my undergraduate degree in psychology at Duke University, my doctorate through the University of Denver, and then did my psychology internship at Stanford University. I have been very fortunate to have had many excellent mentors and colleagues along the way, and still spend a good deal of time consulting with colleagues, and attending conferences when possible.
Early in my career, I spent time working at places such as Colorado Academy, National Jewish Hospital, the Denver Children’s Home, and the Kempe Children’s Center. I gained invaluable experience at each location, and was fortunate to work with many exceptionally talented people.
PLEASE NOTE: I recently moved to 1665 Grant St., third floor, Denver, CO 80203. The building is called the Schleier Mansion (see photo above, link: Schleier Mansion
), and it is an historic, beautiful, comfortable, home-like setting for a psychology practice like mine.
My phone number is 303-912-6632. It is best to contact me by phone.
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