Dr. Jazmyne Peters was born and raised in Denver, CO. She received her BS from Colorado State University, and received her M.A. in Counseling and PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver. Dr. Peters has worked in a variety of settings including high school, community mental health, forensic, and college counseling. Dr. Peters is committed to deconstructing White supremacy and working toward anti-racist policy and practice; and has substantial experience working with marginalized identities – with a specific interest in working with Black identified folks suffering from issues related to race and racism and overall identity development.
Dr. Peters is currently working as an embedded therapist for the college of arts and sciences with a graduate student focus. She enjoys connecting with clients on a human level and is committed to using a trauma-informed relational cultural/interpersonal approach to therapy.
The thing you'd most like to do
More international travel (when it is safe to do so) with family and friends.
Areas of interest
Issues related to race and racism (including racial trauma), identity development, relationship concerns, family of origin issues, trauma