Mallory’s greatest inspiration for becoming a therapist originates from her own journey through adversity and healing. She understands how isolating and debilitating mental health challenges can be, which helps her to be a more compassionate and relatable therapist. Mallory is passionate about helping people live their most authentic, empowered lives. She believes it is possible to move past limiting patterns, access inner wisdom, and make choices that lead to well-being.
Mallory is a licensed psychotherapist in Colorado. She holds a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from the University of Denver with specializations in the treatment of clinical mental health and substance use disorders. Throughout her professional training and career, she has worked in a variety of settings with diverse clientele. Areas of specific interest are depression, developmental trauma, grief, and substance use, as well as relationship, identity, and women’s issues.
Humanistic and Psychodynamic theories inform Mallory’s clinical perspective. Her therapeutic style is warm, genuine, and collaborative. Mallory seeks to create a compassionate, nonjudgmental space where individuals can explore behaviors and beliefs, deepen self-compassion and insight, and make meaningful changes in their lives. She knows this takes courage and vulnerability, and she is deeply honored to support her clients in their integration and healing.