The Metro Denver Interdisciplinary Committee is a non-profit organization comprised of attorneys, mental health professionals, mediators and community service organizations focused on family law issues.
7600 E. Arapahoe Road
( 720 ) 493-4827
( 720 ) 294-9920
Adolescent Therapy, Adult Therapy, Child Therapy, Coaching, Decision Make (DM), Divorce/Parenting Coaching, EMDR, Family Counseling, Mediation, Mental Health Evaluations, Parenting Coordination (PC), Parenting Education, Psychological Evaluations
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Dr. Camden is a former MDIC president and served on the board for 11 years. A long-time custody evaluator in all the metro Denver-Boulder counties, she now uses her extensive experience as a PRE and CFI to help adults, children, teens, and families navigate divorce and related traumas. She frequently consults with divorcing parents regarding developmental and family-specific parenting time plans and is a trained mediator. Dr. Camden also offers consultation services to family law attorneys.
Dr. Camden serves as a Domestic Decision Maker and Parenting Coordinator as well as a less-formal consultant and post-divorce counselor for co-parents.
She offers EMDR therapy for those recovering from verbal/emotional, physical, and other forms of abuse, both divorce and relationship-related and other traumas. Dr. Camden loves to see her clients heal and grow in these areas.
Two rambunctious adolescent therapy group for high school girls are ongoing at Dr. Camden’s office, as is play, craft, and talk therapy for children. Parenting help and advice is also available.
Dr. Camden has written three books for children, the most recent of which is Where Do My Brother and Sister Go? A story for the youngest children in blended families. See camdencounseling.com for more information.
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, Colorado Association of Family and Conciliation Courts