About Me

I started out my academic career pretty poorly as a kid, but my love of learning helped me overcome my weaknesses. I went to Pomona College in Claremont, CA (a small liberal arts college).  I was graduated with honors (including Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi science award).  I majored in psychology with a minor emphasis in literature.  I then received my master’s and doctorate at the University of Colorado at Boulder in a joint program focusing on child clinical and developmental psychology.  I was trained as a researcher and published several articles in the area of child abuse before I decided to focus solely on clinical work.  I did my internship and postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Colorado Health Science Center, where I completed my studies “with Merit”.  There I learned about learning disabilities, trauma, chronic illness, and autism, among other things.  Since then I taught graduate school courses, worked at mental health centers and for The Children’s Hospital and JFK Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities, and worked with Social Services along the way, while running my private practice.  I am currently in private practice full time.

I am fascinated by how people develop and grow and how we can reach our full potentials.  I love to learn and to try to understand as much as possible about life, the universe and everything!

When I am not at work as a psychologist, I keep busy writing fiction, playing musical instruments and making things.  I love spending time with my friends and family, particularly in the great outdoors of Colorado.  Call if you want more information, I would be delighted to speak with you.

425 S. Cherry St. Suite 600, Denver, CO 80246       303.829.9724      drtiffanywind@gmail.com