Experience Peace of Mind

Depth Psychotherapy For a Brighter Tomorrow

My Mission

As a Licensed Professional Counselor and depth psychotherapist in Denver, Colorado, I can help you navigate through life’s twists and turns. If you’re feeling stuck with a certain way of being, a depth approach — one that helps you to uncover what is going on unconsciously –might be worth exploring.

I think you’ll find I provide the right balance of care, humor, support, and challenge. Is it time to give me a call?

How I Can Help

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About Me

Master of Arts in Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor, Ph.D. in Depth Psychology Candidate

I have a passion for helping people stop merely surviving in life, and start thriving. Spending over 100 hours in development workshops each year, I ensure that my clients receive the best care with a personal touch. I inspire trust and credibility from my supervision and counseling clients by holding a Master’s degree from a CACREP-accredited university and a license from the State of Colorado. I am also in the process of completing a dissertation to satisfy the requirements of a Ph.D. in Depth Psychology with a Depth Psychotherapy specialization from Pacifica Graduate Institute, where I am a PhD Candidate.

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2727 Bryant St. #104 Denver, CO 80211

Common Question

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I do accept some insurance plans as an in-network provider, including:

  • Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield (and its variations)
  • Aetna
  • Medicaid – Colorado Access
    • As of October 2018, Medicaid behavioral health coverage is determined based on the location of your primary care physician. I am in-network for participants whose PCPs are located in Denver, Adams, and Arapahoe counties.

Due to the complex nature of health insurance, I may or may not be in-network with your plan, even though I participate with your carrier. Your benefits will be verified before your first appointment.

If I am not in-network with your plan, I may be able to submit required documentation for reimbursement on your behalf, at no cost to you. I will make it as easy as possible to submit claims to almost any insurance

If you choose not to use insurance, the fee for a 45 to 50-minute session is $125 and is payable by credit or debit card, check, or cash. A cash discount may be available.*

If you’d like to use your insurance, your rate will vary depending on your plan. In most circumstances, I can help determine your out-of-pocket cost prior to meeting.

*Copays and coinsurance payments are not eligible for cash discount.

A national research study found that 50 percent of psychotherapy clients had made improvement within eight sessions of therapy, and 75 percent showed improvement after six months of therapy. Of course, showing improvement is not the same as successfully completing treatment. Most therapists will tell you that the length of treatment depends upon the nature of the problem, the severity of the problem, and the treatment goals selected.

Although you may occasionally bring others to support your therapy, I do not provide family or couples counseling. If you are looking to work with a couples or family therapist, I recommend visiting a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. I am happy to refer you to qualified mental health professionals who are specially trained in this form of therapy.

Many of my clients bring their pet dogs to therapy, and you are welcome to as well. Due to building policy, other animals are not permitted unless they are trained service animals as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Sorry, kitties! (I might make an exception for goldfish, though.)

Depth psychotherapy, or depth psychology, refers to counseling approaches that honor the autonomy and significance of the unconscious. Although he didn’t coin the term, Sigmund Freud adopted it to provide a basic map of how the mind works. The word “depth” refers to that which is below the surface, or the unconscious. Today it is used to describe any type of counseling that deals with making unconscious material conscious. Major pioneers in the field of depth psychology include Sigmund Freud, Carl Jung, Pierre Janet, William James, Joseph Campbell, and James Hillman (author of the New York Times bestseller The Soul’s Code).

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