|John Drozd, Ph.D.
Dr. John Drozd holds a doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the State University of New York at Stoney Brook and is licensed
in Colorado. He specialized in short-term, cognitive-behavioral therapies for children, adolescents, and adults. He has
published several articles on the integration of scientific findings into clinical practice. Member, American Psychological
Association and Colorado Psychological Association.
|Frank Godshall, Ph.D.
Dr. Frank Godshall holds a doctorate in Counseling Psychology from the Department of Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth
University, in Richmond Virginia. He completed a post-doctoral clinical fellowship in Child and Adolescent Behavioral
Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Department of Psychiatry, Massachusetts General and Boston Children's Hospitals
in 2002. He has been practicing for 16 years, and is licensed in Wyoming (#253 since 1993) and Colorado
(#2940 since 2005). He is retired from the U.S. Air Force and has worked extensively providing psychological
services to military members and their families.
|Cherise Wells, PsyD Intern
Cherise is a native of New York City and a veteran of the United States Army. She received her bachelors of psychology
from the University of Colorado, and her master's in clinical psychology from the Colorado School of Professional Psychology.
Cherise practices from the integrative developmental model of psychotherapy. She has an extensive background in working
with at risk youth, adults, and individuals with traumatic backgrounds. Her areas of interest are psychological assessment,
neuropsychological and forensic evaluations. Her dissertation will address the psychopharmacological interventions of
patients with mood disorders.
|Julie B. Wilmot, D.Min., MSN, PMHNP, RXN|
Julie was born and raised in the Los Angeles area, North Hollywood to be exact. She was in the Army Nurse Corps, where she received
her degree in nursing, and served during the Vietnam era - specializing in the care of the terminally ill, and in their pain management
as well as combat fatigue, shell shock, or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Later, she earned a Master's degree in pastoral care and worked
as a counselor for nearly ten years. She was awarded a doctorate in ministry and moved into psychotherapy. When someone with whom she was
working wanted to, they used their spiritual journey as the healing agent in the work they did together. Wanted to offer a fuller service to
her clients, she returned to school and earned another Master's as a Family Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.
|Brian Wise, M.D.|
Brian was born and raised in South Carolina. He had the benefits of being raised in a small city where you knew all
of your neighbors and had a strong sense of community. He attended a small liberal arts school in South Carolina where
he got his B.A. in Philosophy and English and B.S. in Psychology. He then spent a short stint in graduate school for
Philosophy before taking a big career change and getting his Masters of Public Health degree at Columbia University.
Returning to his roots, he received his medical degree from University of South Carolina School of Medicine. He completed
his residency in adult psychiatry and fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at University of Colorado.
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