Steph grew up in the French-speaking part of Switzerland until the age of 17. She moved to Colorado in 2009 and received her Bachelor’s in Anthropology at the University of Colorado. In the first few years after college, she worked in Denver’s public schools and volunteered at MESA with survivors of sexual assault. She then went back to school to complete her Masters in Clinical Social Work at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Steph specializes in psychodynamic theory and neurobiology. Her clinical background includes working with children, teenagers and adults in inpatient and outpatient settings, specializing in anxiety, depression, substance use, and trauma. Steph is often found co-working with her dog Juneau, who is a certified therapy dog. In her free time,
Steph enjoys checking out the local coffee shops and farmers markets, climbing, mountain biking, and spending time with family and friends.