I help people understand repetitive patterns that cause disruption to personal, occupational, and relationship success. As we proceed in therapy, you’ll learn about your own patterns, so you can develop newer, healthier ways to approach life challenges. I’m especially aware of how many people come to therapy hoping to feel better right away, but instead struggle for a period of time. Sometimes people in the middle of therapy find that they do better in daily functioning before they feel better emotionally. But as therapy progresses into its later stage, we will work together for a happier, more hopeful future.
No matter your ethnicity, religious or cultural background, sexual orientation or gender identity, you are welcome to my therapy practice. I also welcome those who have had prior difficulties with therapy.
I am also an expert and national speaker on bipolar disorder. My book, Owning Bipolar: How Patients and Families Can Take Control of Bipolar Disorder is widely regarded as an important work in the field of bipolar treatment.
Abuse/Survivors of abuse
Adolescent mental health
Young Adults (18-24)
CO, LMFT, 0000744
M.S. clinical/community psychology, California State University, Fullerton
B.S. Psychology, Loyola Marymount University.
2019-present, The Colorado Center for Clinical Excellence, a group practice specializing in Feedback-Informed Treatment, evaluating and providing psychotherapy for adults and adolescents in individual and family formats. 1989-2019, Michael Pipich, LMFT, a private practice specializing in psychotherapy, evaluations and forensic services.
8000 E. Prentice Ave., Suite D-12, Greenwood Village, 80111, CO