Lianne Gann

Lianne is a Post-Doctoral Psychology Fellow in Crisis Care and Triage. She received her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Iowa. She has experience in a variety of clinical settings including several university counseling centers, 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 to foster further growth for clients. She is committed to providing a warm, safe, transparent, affirming space for all clients.


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

The thing I'd most like to do

Explore and hike trails all over Colorado!

Areas of interest

Lianne specializes in various presenting concerns including but not limited to: disordered eating/body image, relationships, couples therapy, transitions, crisis, trauma and LGBTQ identity needs.