I know life can be stressful and overwhelming. It’s easy to feel lost and alone, not knowing where to turn for help.  It’s during those times that I am here to offer you support and encouragement, while helping you get through the most difficult time in your life, to facilitate growth and emotional healing, to assist you in resolving issues, regaining control of your life, and providing you with tools to bring about positive change so you can move forward to a more productive, content, and fulfilling life. There are few challenges in life that I haven’t experienced.  Because I can relate to your situation, and understand what you are going through, I will help you overcome obstacles and get past your struggles.  There is no reason for you to go it alone.

Although I work with clients who come to me with issues regarding depression, anxiety, divorce recovery, grief and loss, phobias, and relationships (including premarital counseling), my specialties are PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) and domestic violence. I use several life-changing techniques that yield permanent results in a very short time, in overcoming depression, PTSD (which can be caused by any traumatic event), anxiety, fears and addictions. To learn more about the theories I draw from and modes of therapy I use, click on the “Therapies” page (above).

Working through your thoughts and emotions can create a newfound freedom to be who you want to be. Experience the journey to a new life through self-discovery, positive change, emotional healing and growth, with a sense of self-acceptance, self-confidence, empowerment, meaning, direction, and purpose. Allow me to walk along side you on your journey. You deserve to be happy, and I want to help you achieve happiness.  Call now for a free consult, to see how I can help you today.  (720-291-5707)




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7 Ways to Recover When the Election Result Is Not What You Hoped For

 When things happen in the world that shake our sense of safety, our levels of adrenaline skyrockets leaving us stressed and feeling out of control.

  1. The first thing to do is breath. Basically, deep breathing and adrenaline can’t co-exist in the same body as it triggers the release of a neurotransmitter (acetylcholine) that calms you down and most importantly, stops your thoughts from racing so you can think straight.
  2. Next, think about what you can and cannot control and move your focus to make changes to things you do have control over. You can influence your children to have good morals and to treat women or people who are different from themselves well. You can go through life following your own inner compass about how to treat people.
  3. Stress often makes us focus on the negative and ignore the positives in our lives. Widen the lens you are looking through. You may be disappointed at the moment but there are still many really good things in the world and your life.  Your life is more than this one moment.
  4. Do a random act of kindness to make yourself and someone else feel better.
  5. Hug the ones you love. A good hug is the fastest way for you to get oxytocin flowing in your body. This “love drug” calms your nervous system and boosts positive emotions.
  6. Spend time with people who share your same value system. Vent about your feelings with like-minded people  and buffer yourself by knowing that there are other people who are feeling the same way you do.
  7. Most importantly, be kind to yourself and give yourself the time to process your feelings and do whatever makes you happy in this moment and to others so they know that there are people out there who care.



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