Brett completed his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in 2000 with a specialized focus in health psychology. He has been fortunate to have lived and worked in San Francisco, New York, and now Boulder and has developed a diverse, multi-cultural clinical practice working with adolescents, adults and couples. His clinical interests and experiences include: GLBTQ issues, eating, exercise, and body image disorders, substance abuse, anxiety and compulsive disorders and trauma.
Brett’s approach to his work is highly interactive and he feels having a sense of humor is critical in the therapeutic process. By bringing awareness and synchronicity to our thoughts, feelings and actions, we can better understand ourselves, thrive in relationships, and achieve a life in balance.
In his free time, Brett enjoys cycling, climbing, and skiing the mountains of Colorado.