Provider type: Therapist
Serving: Adolescent (Ages 17+), Adult, Groups, Individuals
In an atmosphere of trust and safety, you’ll encounter a non-judgmental and calming presence when you meet with Stephanie. You’ll feel like heard and cared for. You’ll journey with Stephanie as you reconnect with yourself and others. You’ll discover more meaning and purpose in your life. You’ll be empowered to reach beyond your struggles, and use your own wisdom and answers as the raw material for personal transformation.
Stephanie’s clients can learn to better understand their self-defeating behaviors and patterns as ways they have adapted to survive difficult situations, whether those are challenging family and relationship dynamics, life transitions, mental health struggles, or trauma. Her therapeutic style is very strengths based and client centered. She uses active listening, psychoeducation, and various modalities based on each client's need and interest. She’s trained in EMDR, and draws from other trauma-focused approaches like cognitive behavioral therapies, existential psychology, and mindfulness.
Stephanie has a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Naropa University in where she studied Mindfulness-Based Transpersonal Psychology. She’s provided care in various settings, including a community mental health center, a substance abuse intensive outpatient treatment center, and a residential and partial hospitalization program for eating disorders. She’s also worked with adult women who experienced childhood sexual abuse.
Stephanie welcomes people of all identities, gender, sexual orientation, age, ability, size, socioeconomic status, religion, race, and ethnicity. Her hope is that all her clients feel affirmed and appreciated for exactly who they are.