Marian Camden, Psy. D
I am a busy and happy clinical psychologist working with adults, children, and adolescents in a private practice setting in South Denver (Centennial). Divorce and other traumatic experiences are my main areas of focus, and I have been practicing EMDR Therapy for 15 years. I was a custody evaluator for many years but now do counseling and coaching with people going through difficult divorces, which often involve custody evaluations. I do some divorce mediation around parenting time and decision making disputes and work as Parenting Coordinator/Decision Maker for separated and divorced co-parenting teams.
Pamela Preble Gundlach, LPC
I quickly establish rapport with couples and families to begin the work of moving on from their marriage. If children are involved, then co-parenting and communication skills are the primary focus. I believe it is very important to let the couple decide the agenda to begin the next phase of their relationship and life as co-parents. I infuse my experience, certainty and ability to relate to create an impactful investment in the divorce experience.
Parenting After Divorce
The First Provider of Co-Parent Education In Colorado, Parenting After Divorce-Denver is a Colorado non-profit corporation started in 1993. Our mission is to provide the best in co-parent education to divorcing, divorced and never-married parents living apart.
Stacey Horn, LCSW, CH
My approach uses InnerKinetics® Coaching to help parents navigate their co-parenting relationship. Looking at yourselves from the perspective of temperament is a non-threatening way to discuss issues. Temperament provides understanding of how your partners, ex’s and children experience the world. Expecting them to be a Zebra if they are anything else only causes hurt, anger and frustration. I provide “communications translation” to bridge the gap between you. You will discover how to communicate with each other so that what you are trying to convey is what they receive — and how to make those difficult communications more acceptable. Your children need both parents. I help make that delicate relationship successful.