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About Me
I am a registered Psychotherapist in the state of Colorado currently one year from completing my Master's of Divinity (MDiv). My services include pastoral care but are not explicity spiritual or religious. My psychotherapeutic techniques offer opportunity for healing and comfort by taking advantage of your internal strengths and awareness in priority over conventional clinical assessments and determinations. The benefits of integrating pastoral care and psychotherapeutic methods are unique but quickly becoming recognized as an accepted standard of practice in the medical and psychological fields.

My experience and training includes Hospice and Palliative Care, Pastoral Care, and Certified Addiction Counseling I (CAC I). I have a BA in Psychology including two minors in Philosophy and Religious Studies. I have over six years of experience working with women survivors of domestic violence and victims of violence. I have two years of training and experience working with families suffering from addiction. I have completed one unit of Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) at the University of Colorado Hospital (UCH) and in their adult addiction treatment facility, CeDAR.

Healing is active when we can safely tell our story.



You may call Monday through Friday between 9am - 5:30pm (MST) for a free telephone consultation.

  1. Call for a FREE phone consultation.
  2. Schedule an in-person appointment.
  3. Bring state issued identification to your appointment.
  4. My home/office is located in the Southwest area of Denver. Specific address and driving directions are provided at the time of scheduling an appointment.
  5. I do not work with children 16 years of age or younger.
  6. In the event that additional professional (or clinical) assistance is necessary, I will provide a referral.
  7. Documentation for legal purposes can only be provided after three (3) consecutive sessions are completed.
  8. Weekend and evening sessions are available.

You may contact me directly via email at for additional information. I typically respond within 24 hours.


In the event of a life-threatening emergency, please call 9-1-1.

Vote NO on Amendment 67
- It goes too far!


"Shall there be an amendment to the Colorado constitution protecting pregnant women and unborn children by defining "person" and "child" in the Colorado criminal code and the Colorado wrongful death act to include unborn human beings?"

If this amendment passes, women and doctors can be criminally prosecuted for the death of an unborn child. This will encourage criminal investigations (and charges) for ALL miscarriages, accidents, and birth control.

The passing of this amendment will illegalize ALL forms of birth control, no matter the mother's lived situation whether it be for her own life or health, drug addiction, rape, incest, or violence.

If this amendment passes, it can never be changed again! Vote NO on Amendment 67 to prevent our country and our times from taking 100 steps back to when women had no rights to her own body or free-will choices.

Vote this November (2014)!

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