Lianne Gann
MA

Lianne is completing her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Iowa. She has experience in a variety of clinical settings including a university counseling center, women’s health clinic, LGBTQ clinic, homeless shelter, and a university-based clinic for gifted children and adolescents.

Lianne approaches treatment from a contemporary psychodynamic framework and integrates feminist/multicultural perspectives and mindfulness-based approaches. Lianne emphasizes the importance of the therapeutic relationship in the change process and aims to understand how clients relate to themselves and others. She is committed to providing a safe, transparent, affirming space for all clients.

Education:

  • MA, Clinical Mental health Counseling - Ball State University
  • BA, Psychology - Purdue University

The place you'd most like to see or thing you'd most like to do:

Explore and hike trails all over Colorado!

Areas of interest:

Women’s issues/health, relationship issues, eating disorders, PTSD/complex trauma, grief/loss, LGBTQ issues, depression and anxiety, self-growth, and multicultural/diversity issues.