Meet Dr. Simons
Hello and thank you for your interest in my practice. I am a Helene Simons, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, specializing in eating disorders, depression, anxiety, and relationships. I believe that empowerment and motivation is essential to our psychological wellbeing. I enjoy helping people utilize their strengths to promote their personal growth and development. Begin your journey towards self-reflection and self-empowerment today.
I have expertise working as a psychologist with individuals of all ages experiencing various psychological issues. My areas of specialization include eating disorders, depression, anxiety, relationships, trauma, and addiction. By using an empowerment approach to therapy, I help people recognize their strengths and find motivation to make changes in their lives. Integrating my therapeutic experiences and collaborating with my clients enables me to promote health, wellness, and recovery. I enjoy helping children, adolescents, and adults build insight and improve their self-esteem and relationships.
I formerly ran the Evening Intensive Outpatient Program at EDCare, an eating disorder treatment center in Denver, CO. In that role, I acted as a primary individual and group therapist, led an interdisciplinary team, and supervised doctoral-level students. I completed a Post-doctoral Fellowship at Children's Hospital Colorado Eating Disorder Program.
Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, an APA accredited program, in Chicago, IL. Dissertation Title: Superwoman Identification: Life Dissatisfaction and Dysfunctional Eating Attitudes and Behaviors in Adult Women.
M.A. in Clinical Clinical Psychology: The Chicago School of Professional Psychology, an APA accredited program, in Chicago, IL.
B.A. in Psychology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI, graduating with honors and distinction.
APA accredited Predoctoral Internship at AspenPointe Health Services in Colorado Springs, CO.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist #4698 in the state of Colorado