2000 Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology from Baylor University.
1998 M.S. in Clinical Psychology from Baylor University.
Completed Post-Doctoral Fellowship at University Of Colorado Health Sciences 2001.
20 years counseling and mentoring clients of all ages.
Mental Health Program Coordinator for Federal Bureau of Prisons 2011-2014. Designed award winning program for inmates with sexual and technology addictions, provided group and individual therapy to inmates and mentoring and supervision of staff.
Director Aspen Counseling Center 2009-2011. Therapy with adults, adolescents, children and couples. Oversaw Intensive Chemical Outpatient Program. Supervision and mentoring to staff of 19.
Psychology Director for Wheat Ridge Regional Center 2005-2009. Oversight of large psychology department. Clinical supervision and mentoring of staff. Oversight of programs for individuals with developmental disabilities including Autism Spectrum disorders. Individual and group therapy, developing behavioral intervention plans, court testimony. Created and led wilderness retreats for psychology staff.
Staff Psychologist at Grand Junction Regional Center, ran residential treatment program for people with developmental disabilities, including Autism Spectrum disorders, from 2001-2005.
Individual and group therapy of individuals with bi-polar disorder at Napa State Hospital.
Group and individual therapy with veterans with PTSD at the Central Texas VA Hospital 1998-1999.
Individual and couples therapy with students at the Baylor Counseling Center 1997-1998.
Play therapy with pre-school age children and parent training for Head Start 1996-1997.
Substance abuse treatment and assessment provided to adults through Boulder Community Corrections 1993-1994 and 2000-2001.
Juvenile Corrections Specialist, facilitated family interventions, pre-release planning and supervision of juveniles at the Boulder County Juvenile Detention Center, 1994-1996.
Boulder County Rape Crisis Team volunteer from 1994-1996.