Hi, I'm Chloe!
I'm a doctoral intern practicing out of Fort Collins, CO with a focus in assessment and counseling.
ASD, ADHD, Intellectual Disabilities, Selective Mutism, FASD, children/adolescents and families, cognitive-behavioral therapy
I am a doctoral candidate in the clinical psychology program at Seattle Pacific University, and I am finishing my doctoral internship with the High Plains Psychology Internship Consortium at the Colorado Center for Assessment and Counseling in Fort Collins, CO. For the past three years my clinical work has focused on both evidence-based interventions and neurological evaluations for children and families.
I love neurological assessment and evaluation due to their ability to provide answers and allow families to move forward. I have experience providing comprehensive evaluations for many concerns, including autism spectrum disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, learning disorders, intellectual disability, and behavior and mood disorders. The most important part of my work with families is having them leave my care feeling seen and heard.
I was born and raised in a small-college town in Idaho. I earned my Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Whitworth University in Washington and stayed to attend graduate school at Seattle Pacific University. I pride myself in being a community builder and love all things outdoors. In my free time, I enjoy eating delicious foods, fly-fishing, spending time with my family (and my dog), and writing music.