Trained at the Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, she earned her MS in Marital and Family Therapy. Tami works towards hope, healing and personal growth collaboratively with her clients in a holistic and systems oriented approach.
She brings 20+ years of experience in counseling, higher education, non-profit and leadership settings. She specializes in a wide range of counseling issues including depression, anxiety, grief, transition, identity, and more (please see services page).
She works with individuals, couples, families and groups. She offers traditional psychotherapy, individual counseling, relationship counseling and leadership development. She is a certified “Bringing Baby Home” educator, trained through the Gottman Institute in Seattle, WA.
She has lived and worked abroad in cross-cultural settings and studied issues including leadership development, personal growth, cultural adjustment and re-entry, third culture kids and other issues that arise from crossing cultures.
Tami has offered counseling in Fort Collins and Loveland since 2008.
A Colorado native, Tami and has spent time living in Europe, Los Angeles, Seattle and Fort Collins. She is married with two children.