Relationships can provide irreplaceable benefits including social
support, physical health, companionship, and much more. When a
relationship sours or stress becomes the norm, we feel
discouraged and may want out. Our relationship to our self suffers.
At these times, the support of a Licensed Marriage and Family
Therapist (LMFT) can be invaluable. Emotionally Focused Therapy is an evidenced approach to alleviatinng relational distress and fostering closer connections in families and with couples. To think, we spend of dollars for a new car, a vacation, or perhaps remodel our home, but
then avoid investing in the well-being of our primary relationships.
Couples Therapy Intensives/Retreats
Topics and Areas of Expertise and Experience:
Couples on the Brink of Divorce
Improving, Deepening Your Bond
Healing Childhood Wounds Together
My practice is open, inclusive, and affirming of basic wholeness and dignity.
This includes adults young and old in individual, and couples therapy as
well as children and adolescents within family therapy. I welcome people
from varied cultural backgrounds, diverse ethnicities, persons of color,
religious faiths, spiritual views, and members of the GLBT community. If
you cannot afford our services, perhaps I can help you find services from
another provider. Call (303) 933-9104 to schedule your appointment
and start moving forward. My scheduling assistant can help you in a prompt, professional and welcoming way. I look forward to meeting you.
“Do the thing you think you cannot do." - Eleanor Roosevelt
ISEECT Certified Trainer, Supervisor and Therapist in Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT)
Clinical Fellow, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT)
Approved Supervisor, AAMFT
Director Emeritus, Denver Family Institute, a COAMFTE Accredited Program
Supervisor of the Year, Colorado Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
Professional Training Certificate, Colorado Institute for Marriage and the Family
Masters Degree, Clinical Psychology, University of Colorado at Denver