Andrew Earle, Graduate Intern
The Denver Narrative Therapy Project is now offering low-cost, narrative-based counseling services provided by our graduate intern. He is a Marriage and Family Therapist in training and offers sliding scale services from $10-60/session. Sessions are currently provided via HIPPA compliant video chat and will be available in-person as social distancing recommendations change. He provides counseling to:
- Couples (and relationships of all kinds)
- Individuals over 12
- Families with children over 7
He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the contact forms on this site.
Get to know Andrew
Andrew is a graduate student in the clinical phase of his studies in the Department of Couple and Family Therapy at Regis University. Andrew has published work on the topic of shame and strives to support people, couples, and families in developing personal agency during their therapeutic journey. Additionally, Andrew has a passion for supporting people, families, and couples who are facing grief through re-membering conversations. These re-membering conversations come from narrative therapy and involve exploring the membership that people, pets, or things that you have lost have in the metaphorical membership of your life.