I have more than twenty five years experience in the therapeutic setting working with individuals, couples, families and groups. I have been fortunate to have trained with some great pioneers in the therapeutic field and the emerging discipline of interpersonal neurobiology, including Dr. Stan Tatkin, Dr. Daniel Siegel, Dr. Allan Schore, and Ron Kurtz.
I was one of the original Core Faculty members of the PACT Institute, where I trained other couple therapists with my wife Rachel, and helped to refine the teaching curriculum. In early 2018 we left the institute to focus on our own body of work, the Dharma of Love, a method of supporting couples who are interested in using their relationship as a vehicle for emotional and spiritual growth. I have been an adjunct Faculty member at Naropa University, Colorado Mountain College, and a Teaching Assistant at the Hakomi Institute.
I specialize in working exclusively with couples. I also offer supervision and consultation to therapists currently training in the PACT method.
As a working therapist, I believe that it is imperative for me to engage in my own growth and self study, and to apply what I learn to my own marriage. Over the course of almost three decades, I have been seeking meaning in life’s big questions. This path has brought me through numerous courses of depth psychotherapy as a client, on several pilgrimages to the holy places of Asia and the Middle East, and to regular meditation retreats. I live in Boulder, Colorado where I share my life with my amazing wife and a strong community of wise friends.