Dr. Camille Sinclair
"In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity"
- Albert Einstein
Welcome to my practice! I am a licensed clinical psychologist with additional expertise in health psychology and neuropsychology ("testing").
My clients and their loved ones come to me after experiencing a major life transition or adverse event causing overwhelm due to anxiety, panic and grief. These experiences follow, either from routine life transitions, such as becoming a parent, or ending a relationship, to more frightening life events, such as trauma, either recent or childhood.
Because I'm often contacted for help by those who live outside of the Denver and New York Metro Areas-where I'm licensed to practice - I've created this site to be used as a resource and guide to help those of you struggling or giving care to your loved ones. Here, you'll find information, tools, and skills I often bring to my in-person sessions or with me to speaking events and workshops.
I truly love my work and I am passionate about empowering people to overcome obstacles, enhance their relationships, begin healing, gain awareness and understanding, and create lives they love. Everyone is capable of creating and living a more meaningful and joyous life. As such, please feel free to use this site to gain information about mental health, coping with illness, thriving post-trauma as well as self care tips for you wonderful caregivers out there.
Very best wishes!
Dr. Sinclair’s mission is to help you live your best life. This site will provide resources, courses (for those living near and abroad), workshops and programs that connect, make sense, and create important shifts for your life.
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by your problems, relationships or life challenges? If you do, understand that you are not alone. Therapy could be a good choice for you.
Consulting is ideal for clients who may have quick questions or need an adviser to strategically help with short term counsel. These individuals are looking for expertise on psychological topics, however do not require therapy or in-depth psychoeducational services.