- B.A.Cum Laude - Psychology, University of Colorado, Boulder
- Education/Counseling, University of Colorado, Boulder
training in MFT at The Colorado Institute for Marriage and Family Therapy
in Boulder, CO
- Colorado native
- One life-long marriage
- Two sons
Colorado: Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
Issue date – May 10, 1991, No. 128.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) Practitioner
- President (January, 2011) Colorado Association – Colorado Association for
Marriage and Family Therapy
position to the Colorado State Board of Marriage and Family
Therapist Examiners – 1993-1998
- Clinical Member
– AAMFT (American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy) – www.aamft.org
- Editor (1990-2005) –
Colorado Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Newsletter
- Active member of
the American Red Cross Disaster Mental Health Response
Services Team (9/11/01 Disaster through 2006 Katrina Disaster). I served a two-week assignment in New York City
at the Family Assistance Center following September 11.
- Faculty Member (2005-2008)
Denver Family Institute - A Denver-based training program for graduate
and post-graduate students specializing in couples and family therapy.
- Awarded “Therapist
of the Year” in 2000 by the Colorado Association for Marriage
and Family Therapy for outstanding contribution to the field of Marriage
and Family Therapy.
HOME JOURNAL Magazine, January, 1997, “Can This Marriage Be Saved?” features a couple that I worked
with when their baby died of SIDS.
HOME JOURNAL Magazine, November, 2003, “Was This Marriage
Saved?” followed up on the above mentioned couple.