I also offer supervision for MA level clinicians seeking their LPC status. My background experience includes working with juvenile violent offenders through the State of Colorado as the Violent Offender Department Chair, and while working for the state I also trained clinicians in Motivational Interviewing practices.
I also have experience being a Crisis Evaluator as I conducted evaluations to determine suicidal risk, homicidal risk, and grave disability in every emergency room in Arapahoe and Douglas County. I currently run a private practice with two different locations that specializes in treating depression, anxiety, and trauma related disorders. In my practice, I also work with many people who present with life difficulties that are sub-clinical.
While I’m not in the chair, I teach for the undergraduate Counseling Psychology program at Johnson and Wales, and I recently accepted an Affiliate faculty position at Regis University and will be teaching in the Master of Arts in Counseling program.
I’ve also published by the American Counseling Association in Counseling Today, and links to my articles can be found here:
It’s my belief that a therapist must adjust their therapeutic orientation based on the client with whom they work, and as result, our work together would be focused on developing a wide range of clinical skills, expanding your knowledge of the DSM-5 to promote responsible assessment and diagnosis, informing your clinical impressions with current research, and helping you develop your unique style and personal approach to counseling.
If you’re interested in clinical supervision, please reach out and we can continue your development as a counselor, together.