Experience and Training
I am a registered Sport Psychologist with the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) and am certified through the Association of Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) as a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC). I am affiliated with the Colorado Ballet as a preferred provider in their pre-professional program. I completed my fellowship at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Infant Mental Health and Early Childhood Development, where I provided therapeutic services to very young children and their caregivers as well as providing services integrated primary care/pediatric clinic. Furthermore, I have spent the past eight years specializing in divorce/custody and court related matters.
I am a member of the Psychology Interjurisdictional Compact (PSYPACT), which allows me to practice telepsychology in other PSYPACT states as well as temporarily practice physically in other PSYPACT states.
About Dr. Dunn
I am a licensed clinical psychologist with a doctoral degree in psychology and an emphasis in sport and performance psychology. I offer a range of specializations.
I came to love the field of psychology at a young age, when I experienced my own grief and losses. As a teenager, I was introduced to the field of psychology when I worked with foster children and grew deeply passionate about the way in which early relationships shape us throughout our lifespan. I also had some amazing coaches in high school that exposed me to the importance examining how our minds impact the way we perform. Sports have always played a considerable role in my life and I enjoy integrating my love for sport with my love for understanding how our minds and bodies are inextricable.
I continue to find joy in being active and recreating. I am a Colorado native and am thrilled to be back “home” after traveling and living across the country in various states while completing my education and training. I love all this beautiful state has to offer and enjoy hiking, biking, camping and skiing with my husband and two young children.
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