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Hi! I'm Lucy!

Pronouns: She/Her

I love being able to help people and be a sounding board. Life can be really hard and I love that I can be a support and help to someone.  Working with clients who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, and bipolar is a joy because together we can find a better way of being and doing that supports their overall wellbeing. 

More about me!

Hi! I’m Lucy. I am a student at the university of Denver pursing a masters in social work. In my spare time I love to read, hike, and do crafts. I love getting a new tattoo from time to time. I have a huge house plant collection which brings me a vast amount of joy. Most importantly I love spending time with my family. I’m passionate about equal rights and try to ensure I’m always fighting for that in my practice and personal life. I love all things true crime. I am currently reading a few books about Whitey Bulger.

Current Adventures:

  • I attend yoga weekly. Within the next year I plan to become a certified yoga instructor by attending yoga teacher training.

  • Rebuilding cars as a hobby.

Education and Training

Education

  • Old Dominion University; Bachelor in Special Education

  • University of Denver; Master of Social Work; In Progress 

    • Concentration on Clinical Mental Health and Trauma​

Specialties and Services

  • Individual Psychotherapy

    • Teens and Adults​

  • LGBTQIA+ Clients, Gender Affirming Care​

  • Couples Counseling

  • Reduced cost self-pay sessions: $60 for a 60 minute session.

Treatment Style and Methods

  • Attachment Theory, Therapy and examination of early and current interpersonal attachment.

  • Trauma Aware Care, I have extensive training in Traumatic experience, treatment, and recovery.

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.

Training

  • Narcissistic Abuse In-Depth Workshop

  • The Mental Load: Therapeutic Interventions to Guide Couples in Redistributing the Invisible Labor of Daily Life and Rebuilding Connection

  • Integrate CBT and Exposure & Response Prevention for Treatment of GAD, Panic Disorder, OCD, Social Anxiety, & Phobias

  • Transgender & Gender Non-Binary (TGNB) Clients: Clinical Issues and Treatment Strategies

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