I’ve always loved puzzles. As a kid, mechanical puzzles were my favorite, but I enjoyed them all, from A to Z. For me, they are places of exploration, patience, making discoveries, and looking at things in new ways.
Of course, sometimes life can be puzzling.
Every puzzle has a perspective, truth, or key which provides a way forward. With the right key, what once seemed impossible becomes a much smoother task. Looking for, and sharing, these keys are my favorite parts of therapy. Sharing them is like dusting off a lost treasure, looking closely, and describing its every detail. What a difference this can make.

David is a candidate for a Master’s in Marriage in Family Therapy, and has attended intensive workshops, conferences, and trainings on several therapies. His chosen approach is fluid and personable. Being down to earth and connecting with his clients is his priority. This may unfold as a deep and insightful conversation, or as a lighthearted time of laughter. A bit of a rebel, he steers away from formal therapies, and champions an organic and natural process.


"The most important marriage skill is listening to your partner in a way that they can't possibly doubt that you love them. --"  Diane Sollee

" When unconditional love is put into action, it truly is the 'cure' to creating peace in the home. It simply takes learning how to put it into action. Traditional parenting techniques are fraught with fear, disguised as love. Shifting your perspective to allow the light of love to overcome the darkness of fear is the only way.--" Heather Forbes

Brighton Family Counseling LLC

55 South 4th Avenue,

Brighton, CO 80601

Phone. 720-373-5731

Email. bfc.gan@gmail.com