Donna Peters Psy.D., P.C.

Donna Peters, Psy.D.

Dr. Peters holds the following degrees:

  • Doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology, University of Denver-Specialty Focus: Forensic Assessment/Behavioral Analysis
  • Masters degree in Clinical Psychology, University of Denver
  • Masters degree in Counseling, University of Maryland

Dr. Peters has 24 years of clinical/forensic experience with diverse populations in various settings to include:

  • U.S. Navy/Marine Corps-Family Advocacy Program
  • U.S. Army-Behavioral Health
  • Denver VA Medical Center
  • Heathright International, Human Right’s Clinic
  • Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network
  • Private Practice
  • Kaiser Permanente
  • Rape Assistance and Awareness Program
  • Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
  • Memphis Sexual Assault Resource Center

Dr. Peters has served as guest lecturer and provided trainings on topics to include domestic violence/Intimate partner violence, sexual assault, childhood sexual/physical abuse, working with torture and refugee populations, posttrauma sequelae and impact of victimization, combat related PTSD, and biology of trauma in settings to include:

  • University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology
  • University of Denver, International Disaster Program
  • Military and Civilian law enforcement agencies
  • University of Maryland, Graduate Program in Counseling
  • Colorado Department of Corrections
  • Planned Parenthood
  • Rape Assistance and Awareness Program
  • Numerous community groups

Dr. Peters holds membership in a variety of professional organizations to include:

  • Member, American Psychological Association
  • Member, American Psychological Associate-Division of Trauma Psychology
  • Member, American Psychology-Law Society
  • Member, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies

Tel: 303-594-7604
Fax: 720-529-1557

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