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About Lora

I became a clinician because I truly enjoy seeing others grow into their fullest sense of self, empowering them to live their most authentic lives, and supporting people through life’s challenges.
During my career as a therapist, I have served in a variety
of contexts including community mental health, child welfare, pastoral care, private practice, and telehealth. I love the flexibility and accessibly that telehealth care offers! I also hold a doctoral degree in International Psychology with a trauma specialization and have a strong background in cross-cultural competencies, equity, and inclusion best practices.  In addition to being a clinician, I am a full-time university professor.
I understand the challenges and barriers that exist for people to reach out for emotional support, and I am here to journey with you in this process.


Who do you primarily work with?

I enjoy working with a variety of diverse people, especially young adults. I do my very best work with individuals aged 18-55. I have extensive experience in working with individuals who have experienced trauma, those with anxiety and stress, LGBTQ+ issues, and general relationship challenges.

Areas of speciality:

  • Trauma

  • Anxiety

  • Stress

  • Young-Middle Aged Adults (18-55)



A bit more about me

My family and friends would describe me as a positive, friendly, and genuine person; I am perseverant, hardworking, and engaged.

When I am not working with clients or teaching, I love to spend time with my husband, children, and my dogs- Daphne (left) and Pavlov (right). I also like baking, skiing, walking, running, traveling, nature, spending time in the mountains, and listening to my favorite podcasts (I am a huge true crime fan). 

I am originally from central Illinois, resided in Florida from 2016-2021, and I currently live in the Denver metro area.  I hold active clinical licenses in all of these states (IL, FL, and CO).

I see therapy as a unique, dynamic process that allows an individual to experience new ways of thinking and being that best align with their truest sense of self.  I believe that anyone can benefit from therapeutic services.  

"We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are.”

Anaïs Nin

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