The purpose of this website is to give you information about me and my practice so that you can make an informed choice about using my services and to communicate policy and procedural information.

I am a licensed psychologist with more than 25 years of experience and provide two types of psychological services: Clinical and Forensic. Clinical services consist of the evaluation and treatment of psychological problems. Forensic services consist of psychological evaluations, conflict management, and consultation performed in the context of a civil or criminal legal situation.

Day and evening appointments are available at my convenient office location near the intersection of I-25 and Colorado Blvd.

Office Hours and Appointments

Monday thru Friday 8am to 6pm. However, I frequently schedule later evening appointments (6pm or after), occasionally schedule early morning appointments (before 8am), and, on rare occasions, schedule weekend appointments for emergencies or if no other time can be arranged.

Initial diagnostic interviews usually last 60 minutes, and most psychotherapy appointments are 45 or 60 minutes. The frequency of appointments varies from once a day to less than once per month. With rare exceptions, I expect to keep the appointments I make with you, and I expect you to keep the appointments you make with me. This is an expression of our mutual commitment to the treatment process. I do charge a 1 hour fee for missed appointments and for cancellations with less than 24 hours notice. Insurance does not pay for missed appointments.

I usually do not answer my telephone and cell phone when I am with other patients. When I am unavailable, my telephone and cell phone is answered by confidential voicemail. I will make every effort to return your calls promptly. If you have an emergency and are unable to reach me, please contact the nearest emergency room.

Clinical Services

Clinical Services consist of Evaluation and Treatment - those things that I do to help you understand, change, or accept your thoughts, feelings, actions, and interpersonal relationships. Sometimes, I see people exclusively for the purpose of evaluation, but usually my clinical work includes both evaluation and treatment... more

Forensic Services

Forensic Psychology is the application of the science and profession of psychology to questions and issues relating to the law and legal system. The purpose of forensic evaluations is to provide reliable, relevant, and useful information to courts, attorneys, and litigants. Forensic services are usually ordered by the court or contracted with attorneys... more