Dr. Alicia Gauthier, Psy.D.

About Dr. Alicia Gauthier, Psy.D.

Dr. Alicia Gauthier, Psy.D.

As far back as I can remember, I have been interested in stories. Whether I am listening to someone else’s story or telling my own, I believe that sharing words, feelings, and problems can help connect people and make life more enjoyable. The opportunity to share your story with someone who will listen can provide many benefits and the targeted conversations we have in therapy can help you feel better and discover your own solution to problems.

While parents are usually the ones bringing teens to therapy, I work to address both parent and teen goals. Children of any age spend most of their day listening to adults—therapy is a chance for them to speak while the adult listens. In family and couples therapy, communication is one of the biggest issues. My goal is to help everyone in the room communicate in a peaceful, positive way that gets results.

I completed my education and training all across the country. I began at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, alternating between cheering on the Wolverines and getting my Bachelor’s in Psychology. Next, I made my way to the Mile High City to earn my Doctorate of Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver. A year in upstate New York was long enough for me get snowed in a few times and complete my internship at Astor Counseling, and I have been back home in Denver ever since.

Outside of the office, I enjoy reading, writing fiction, traveling, and punk rock concerts. I am an animal lover and have two tiny dogs and a rabbit who conspire regularly to distract me from doing anything productive.

I look forward to meeting with you!

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Child Developmental History