Josh is a licensed professional counselor and addiction counselor. In supporting individuals as they navigate life’s successes and challenges, he has come to realize the importance of authentic relationships. To this end, he seeks to offer a safe and compassionate space for individuals to gain insights as they reconnect with themselves in new ways.
Josh has practiced different forms of meditation and mindfulness over the past eighteen years and enjoys sharing these practices with others. He finds that integrating mindfulness-based skills with existential, transpersonal, and somatic/body-centered approaches can provide a healing and transformative experience.
Since 2002, Josh has had the opportunity to provide counseling to adolescents in a wilderness therapy program, incarcerated individuals in a drug and alcohol program, homeless Veterans in a transitional housing program, and Veterans and military families in a community mental health setting. He has seen individuals in his private practice since 2015.
Josh has lived in Berlin, Germany since January 2017 and enjoys running, writing, and exploring the city and its surrounding forests and lakes.
Education and Training:
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Maiberger Institute, Denver, CO, 2016
Psychedelic Sitters School – Medicinal Mindfulness, Boulder, CO, 2014
MA in Counseling Psychology, Regis University, Denver, CO, 2012
Psychological Health of Warriors & Families: PTSD & TBI, USUHS, Colorado Springs, CO, 2009
BA in Social Work, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, 2008