Thank you for taking time to explore the web site and learn about the psychological impact of sudden loss and traumatic grief. My private therapy practice is located in Brighton, Colorado. I am licensed by the State of Colorado to provide therapy as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
I am the founder and principal of Brighton Psychology through which I provide psychological counseling for individuals and families. I also offer critical incident stress debriefing for workplaces, communities, schools and first responders.
I hold degrees in both Business and Psychology.
In addition to formal education, I have extensive training in grief education, critical incident stress debriefing, and the complex mourning process following traumatic loss including deaths by:
I have been involved in the counseling psychology profession several years. I have provided therapy to professionals, couples and adolescents during my years in private practice in the metro-Denver area and now in Brighton, Colorado.
I enjoy engaging with a variety of people. I am able to champion each client, as each experiences the grief process and begins to accommodate the unbearable loss into the tapestry of their life.
I take great pride in this work: facilitating the therapy process so individuals can process the grief and begin to live the life they intend. The successful therapy process clears the path for individuals to move forward with profound courage and to live a life of joy and wholeness and wonder.
Often, as the process of therapy unfolds, I observe my clients’ personal transformation. I am honored to witness the blossoming of strength, the courage to heal, and acceptance.
Please contact me on or by email with any questions you may have about my practice. I am happy to talk with you.
Each loss creates its own unique issues.