Dylan recently moved to Boulder from Gainesville, Florida, where he is in his last year of a doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology. He has experience working with adults, adolescents, and children in various settings, like college counseling centers, outpatient mental health clinics, and inpatient psychiatric hospitals. His therapeutic approach integrates various theories and therapies, including existential/humanistic theories, feminist theories, cognitive-behavioral theories, and mindfulness. He relies on the warmth, authenticity, and power of the therapeutic relationship to help his clients construct more meaningful and empowering lives.
He also strongly believes that to affirm and draw forth the richness and depth of his clients’ overlapping cultural identities, he must acknowledge and take accountability for his own and for existing political and historical power structures that can be both privileging and oppressive.
Dylan previously worked as a research fellow at an environmental non-profit, studying how to mitigate climate change by altering peoples’ attitudes and behaviors toward resource use and sustainability. In his free time, Dylan loves hiking, playing soccer, reading, and journaling.
The thing you'd most like to do
See my favorite musical artists live in concert!
Areas of interest
Identity development/exploration, interpersonal concerns, relationship issues, mood disorders, anxiety, OCD, mindfulness, LGBTQ+ issues, group therapy, multicultural concerns and TGNC populations.