Linda is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has been specializing in Contemplative Career Counseling since 1998. Her areas of expertise are in guiding clients in defining a career/life direction and in clarifying their “working” identity in the world. She guides them in navigating career and life transitions, in developing confidence and courage, in exploring creative, non-conventional ways of building a career, and in facilitating a thorough exploration of their strengths, values, interests, and personality.
She has a Master’s degree in Contemplative Psychotherapy from Naropa University, where she also worked for many years as The Career Services Coordinator and as an Adjunct Faculty in The Graduate School of Psychology. She is currently at the University of Colorado where she serves as the Associate Director for Counseling in the office of Career Services. Linda is also passionate about her role of providing counselor supervision to professional counselors and graduate students, and she is also skilled as a Strengths-based Organizational Development Facilitator, Human Design Analyst, Myers Briggs Type Indicator Facilitator, and Life Coach. Her counseling approach incorporates her passion for effective, short term counseling utilizing influences from Positive Psychology, Mindfulness-Based Therapies, and from the deep wisdom traditions of human nature derived from the Enneagram, and The I Ching.