Death and Dying
Chronic Illness and Pain
Creating a Purpose Driven Life
Truthfully, I cannot remember a time when I was not questioning the affairs of mind, body and spirit. When I finally began my doctoral training in clinical psychology at University of Denver, I was well into adulthood and I felt instantly at home. While I love, appreciate and rely on my traditional training every day, it wasn't until my Post-doctoral Fellowship in bone marrow transplant that I understood its limitations. As I watched the people and families I treated be confronted with profound illness and sometimes death, my heart and spirit demanded I look at the whole human condition, not just the mind.
It was then that I began to draw on my personal experiences with yoga, meditation and intuitive healing. While working at medical institutions like National Jewish Health and University of Colorado, Center for Integrative Medicine, I also sought training in Mind-Energy-Body psychotherapy and the Bowspring postural alignment.
Now, it is my honor to tailor treatment plans that are uniquely suited to my clients' needs. I help them to listen to their intuition and their body's wisdom to guide them through life's difficult times and thrive in a way they never thought possible.