I received my PhD in 2004 in Transpersonal Psychology. I also have a Master’s degree in Social Work and have experience as a researcher, author, trainer. I have been an affiliate faculty with Naropa Graduate program in Transpersonal Mindfulness Based Counseling Program for the last three years. I have been a clinician for more than thirty years and have encountered a vast range of issues with my clients over the years. I have extensive experience working with Trauma and PTSD, addictions, co-dependency, and aging. I have designed and facilitated several post graduate training programs for therapists and coaches. I am certified in EMDR and Emotional Intelligence with the Institute of Social and Emotional Intelligence. Presently I am a primary therapist with Rose Transition Home, a 90-day dual diagnosis residential treatment center for women struggling with trauma, depression, anxiety, and addictions. I am passionate about the ongoing transformational process of personal growth and recovery.
I have been teaching at Naropa for several years in Mindfulness Transpersonal Counseling, both in residential and in the low-residency program.
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