Alisha L. Brosse, Ph.D., Partner

Dr. Brosse is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in cognitive behavioral therapies for a wide range of presenting problems, especially mood disorders (depression, bipolar disorder), anxiety disorder (GAD, panic, OCD, social anxiety), and sleep disorders (insomnia, circadian rhythm disturbances, CPAP non-adherence). She received her doctorate in psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2000. She completed a one-year predoctoral internship at the University of Washington Medical Center and then trained for two years at Duke University Medical Center, where she researched treatments for depression and provided psychological services to patients with life-threatening medical illnesses. Upon her return to Boulder in 2002, she established her private practice and began her work with the Robert D. Sutherland Center for the Evaluation and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder, where she currently is Associate Director. In addition to providing individual, family, and group therapy, Dr. Brosse is regularly engaged in training mental health professionals in behavioral treatments for bipolar disorder and in cognitive behavior therapy for insomnia. She is the co-author of End the Insomnia Struggle: A Step-by-Step Guide to Help You Get to Sleep and Stay Asleep (New Harbinger Publications, 2016).

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT)
Association for Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS)

Patient Forms
Consent and policies (individual/couples/family therapy)
New Patient Information Sheet (all patients)
Consent and policies (group CBT for Insomnia)
Sleep Intake Questionnaire (individual or group therapy, if sleep is a target of treatment)
Sleep Log (individual or group therapy, if sleep is a target of treatment)