Shayna Reibman - Ph.D.
Dr. Reibman earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Pitzer College in Claremont, CA in 1994. After college, she moved to Morocco and spent two years teaching English as a foreign language. She then attended Alliant International University, Fresno, and earned her PhD in clinical psychology in 2002 with an emphasis in Cross-Cultural Psychology. She moved to Colorado in 2001 and finished her pre-doctoral and post-doctoral training at Community Reach Center. She became licensed in 2004 and opened her private practice that same year.
In her therapy practice, she is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment for clients to work toward whatever changes they desire. She promotes overall wellness through a variety of treatment modalities such as EMDR, couples based treatment, solution focused therapies, cognitive behavioral therapies, and client centered therapies. She believes that connectedness to others is a critical issue for many people and she will work with you to improve your interpersonal relationships through skill building and self-awareness. She helps people recognize and develop their strengths and resources in order to more effectively utilize these in different areas of their lives. She has completed trainings in EMDR, Couples Therapy, Critical Incident and Stress Debriefing, play therapy, and working with veterans. She works with adults, couples, teens, and children (aged 10+). Dr. Reibman specializes in couples/relationship issues, grief and loss, and trauma. However, she considers herself to be a generalist and works with many different types of clients on a variety of treatment issues.
When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with her family and traveling. She and her family have also begun training in Tae Kwon Do in the last few years and she volunteers with a Tae Kwon Do program at a local elementary school. She loves animals and enjoys spending time with her lab mix and her two cats.