For appointments and more information, please contact Dr. Rohini Gupta
Dr. Rohini Gupta provides a warm, nurturing, and supportive environment where individuals and couples can work to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and make sense of their experiences. Dr. Gupta works collaboratively with her clients to take active steps to overcome the obstacles in their lives and envision possibilities for change. She has a deep appreciation for each person’s capacity to heal.
Dr. Gupta a offers workshops and consultation to community agencies and organizations on various topics such as trauma, grief and loss, stress, developing resilience in the workplace, and mitigating vicarious trauma. She also provides supervision for post graduate students in clinical psychology.
About Dr. Gupta
Dr. Rohini Gupta is a clinical psychologist and an adjunct faculty member at University of Denver. She consults with various non-profit and for-profit orgranizations on staff welfare, decreasing compassion fatigue and vicarious trauma. She is on the advisory board of Athena Project, a nonprofit organization focused on empowering women and girls in the arts.
Prior to deciding to work full time in private practice, Dr. Gupta spent several years as a core faculty member at the University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP), International Disaster Psychology Program (IDP). During that time she directed the Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic (TDRC), which is a training clinic that provides mental health services to those who have experienced stress, adversity, and trauma. She co-developed the Colorado Resilience Collaborative, a community based initiative aimed at addressing Identity based violence.
Dr. Gupta has taught courses in trauma interventions and seminars that focuse on professional development and the supervision of clinical cases for doctoral and master level students in psychology and social work. She received her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology and Masters in Social Work at University of Denver.