Let’s Get in Touch

1. Phone. 

I’d love to hear from you. I offer a free consultation, which can either be by phone or in person. Please leave a message on my confidential voice mail, 303-415-3755. That number is available 24/7, and is voice mail only, not text. I usually return emails and calls in the evening after work, so please leave your phone number and good times to call you back.

2. Email.

To email me, click here to email therapywithedie@gmail.com or fill out the Contact form below. I usually return emails and calls in the evening after work.

3. Emergencies.

Because I am not available 24/7, you should call your local mental health center or emergency number. Locally, dial 911 or call or text the National Suicide Crisis Lifeline at 988. Or locally, contact Mental Health Partners. Their locations are listed at www.mhpcolorado.org

Anywhere in Colorado, you can call the  24-hour Crisis Intervention Line | Línea de Crisis | with Colorado Crisis Services 1-844-493-TALK (8255) or text “TALK” to 38255 to speak to a trained professional.

If you or someone you care about has been impacted by sexual assault and you need someone to talk to, please call MESA’s 24/7 crisis hotline at 303-443-7300. Visit MESA’s website for more information about services: movingtoendsexualassault.org

Disclaimer: Because I am a solo practitioner and I want to assure your safety, I do not accept clients who are actively suicidal or in psychiatric crisis. Please reach out to the emergency services in your location. When you are stable and ready for psychotherapy, then please call me for a free consultation.

Social Media:

I occasionally post on Facebook. However, Facebook and other social media are not confidential.  The best ways to contact me are my confidential voice mail, 303-415-3755, the easy Contact Me form below, or email

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LET’S GET STARTED

I would love to hear from you and learn how I can help.

Please send me a note, and include your contact information. If you would like me to phone you, please leave good times to call.

If you want to, you can include a brief indication of the type of services you are seeking, such as “couples counseling” or “therapy for anxiety.”

If you took a look at the checklist on my homepage, let me know if there is something that resonated with you.

Required fine print:

  • Contacting me through my website or email does not establish a professional relationship. We will need to meet and decide if this is a beneficial path for you.
  • No forms of electronic information are 100% confidential or safe from hacking.