About the Practice

About Dr. Greher

Dr. Felicia GreherEducation

Ph.D. Clinical Psychology, University of North Texas, 2006
Magna Cum Laude, B.A. Psychology, Emory University, 1999

Internship

Denver Veterans Affairs Medical Center, 2005-2006, Accredited by the American Psychological Association

Licensure

Psychologist, State of Colorado, #3146

Professional Affiliations

American Psychological Association, Division 42 Psychologists in Independent Practice
Colorado Psychological Association, Chair of the Early Career Psychologist Committee
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, International and Colorado Chapter

Over the past 12 years, Dr. Greher has offered individual therapy, group therapy, and psychological and neuropsychological assessment across a variety of clinical settings (i.e., private and county hospitals, community-based clinics, university counseling centers, and private practice).  The foundation of her work with clients relies on the collaborative relationship they build together and the empowerment of her clients to be an active agent for change. She believes that personal growth is accomplished and sustained when clients mobilize their inherent strengths, authentically connect with themselves and others, and commit to transforming new insights and self-awareness into healthy behavior change.  Dr. Greher’s training and experience has centered on the development of broad generalist skills with specializations in the assessment and treatment of anxiety, depression, eating/body image issues, and trauma.  Other areas of clinical interest include relationship struggles, grief and loss, and major life transitions (i.e., marriage, divorce, parenting, career change, illness, etc.). Dr. Greher is integrative and collaborative in her therapy approach and employs research-supported interventions to tailor treatment to meet the needs of each client.