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Mountain Lake

My Therapeutic Approach

I offer individual therapy for young adults residing in Colorado. I specialize in anxiety and panic disorder, and also offer support to people who are experiencing difficult life transitions and stressors.

I take an eclectic approach to therapy, meaning I draw from many different models to best suit your needs. Here are the approaches that inform my practice the most:


Mindfulness is defined as paying attention to the present moment without judgment and without attachment. The benefits of mindfulness include reduced suffering and increased happiness, increased control of your mind, and experiencing reality as it is. There are endless ways to practice mindfulness as it truly is a skill you can use at any moment.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

DBT is a skills-based therapy that focuses on cultivating mindfulness, regulating emotions, coping with distress and intense emotions in a healthy way, and improving relationships and communication with others.

Internal Family Systems (IFS)

IFS embraces that we are complex beings and have multiple parts (personality traits/thoughts/feelings/etc), and regards these parts like members in a family, all impacting the whole. This model uses mindfulness techniques and curiosity to explore the many parts of us, fostering self-understanding and compassion.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

CBT is a therapy that focuses on the relationship between your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors; revealing unhelpful thought patterns and restructuring them in a way that is more effective and empowering, ultimately creating more self-awareness and control.

Ready for a free 15-minute phone consultation? Please contact me to schedule:


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