Therapy is like a dress rehearsal for life. When you meet with me, I want to you feel safe "practicing your lines," messing them up occasionally, and learning to be more confident in your ability to go out there and put on a good show. As such, I work to create a space where you can explore new possibilities of engaging with others or understanding yourself.
I am a board certified clinical psychologist. I started my psychotherapy career in the military in 2007. Since then, I've worked in a myriad of settings and with people from varied backgrounds; however, I do specialize in working with people who have experienced signficant traumas, struggle in relationships, or experience psychosis.
Trey is an excellent psychologist - warm, caring, and insightful. I would highly recommend him for psychotherapy.
I always start with a free consultation, as it is essential for you to feel like I'm a good fit and can be helpful to you. This can be booked either over the phone or online. When we meet, I hope to offer a warm and supportive space in which you feel comfortable sharing your concerns with me and making you feel heard.
I have a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology and am licensed as a Psychologist in the state of Colorado. Additionally, I have been board certified in Clinical Psychology, which is a further professional achievement beyond licensure.
My general rate is $150 per hour, and I am out-of-network with most insurances; however, as I want psychotherapy to be accessible, I do have some latitude in sliding my fee, depending on your financial situation. Additionally, I can provide a receipt or superbill if you would like to receive reimbursement from your insurance.
For psychotherapy to work, it must be perceived as safe. The most important thing you can look for in working with a psychotherapist is goodness of fit - that you feel a relational connection with the person you meet.
There isn't anything you need to do before reaching out to a psychotherapist, as some of the job may be helping you to figure out what that problem is; however, I always encourage my clients to be mindful of their thoughts and feelings throughout the day, being curious about the experiences that arise.