Karina s. dach, LPC
Karina graduated with her bachelors in Fine Arts and Psychology from Parsons School of Design and The New School Eugene Lang. She has worked in the field of attachment at the Center for Attachment Research in New York City. Karina continued her education in the mental health field and received her masters in mental health counseling from Nova Southeastern University in South Florida. She completed her training at the University Hospital Pavilion where she gained proficiency in the application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Exposure and Response Prevention.
She has her National Counseling Certification and is a member of the American Counseling Association, American Mental Health Counselors Association, Colorado Counseling Association, and the International OCD Foundation. Additionally, Karina is on the Board of Directors for the International Obsessive Compulsive Foundation (IOCDF) affiliate of Central and South Florida and is involved with the Greater Denver OCD affiliate as well.
Karina enjoys spending her down time outside exploring the many adventures Colorado has to offer. She has fun snowboarding in the winter and camping in the summers. The outdoors is her way to reconnect, recharge, and center herself for the work week that follows.
Learn more about Karina @ www.anxietyocdcounseling.com
Matthew B. myles, LCSW
Matt's career specializing in OCD treatment began in 2002 as a counselor for the OCD Institute at McLean Hospital of Harvard Medical School. Since relocating to Colorado, he has been helping people with OCD therapy in their homes and communities as well as at his Denver office.
Matt is in regular collaboration with other clinicians and doctors who specialize in treatment, research, and outreach for OCD. He also works with other therapists, graduate students and interns, school systems, and other organizations to offer trainings and consultations about OCD treatment.
Matt attends the IOCDF (International Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Foundation) annual conferences, where he has presented on home and community based therapy.
Learn more about Matt @ http://www.effectiveocdtreatment.com/