The following clinicians are currently supervising or teaching courses for the trainees in our training program.


Teaching Faculty


Teaching Faculty

Mary Sue Moore, PhD

Mary Sue is a clinical psychologist, psychotherapist and educator in Colorado. She has taught and participated in a variety of clinical research projects in the U.S., U.K., and Australia over the past 25 years. Her research has focused on attachment theory and the impact of trauma on the developing brain. From 1986 to 1988, Mary Sue undertook a Fulbright Research Fellowship in London, where she worked with John Bowlby at the Tavistock Clinic. Moving to Boulder in 1989, she worked as a clinician and consultant at the Mental Health Center of Boulder County while continuing her teaching and research in England. In 1999, she helped found BIPR, where she is pursuing long-standing educational, research and clinical training interests. She is also completing a book for the Analytic Press, Reflections of Self, on the impact of trauma in children’s drawings.

Teaching Faculty

Elyse Morgan, PhD

Dr. Morgan has been in private practice since 1989, specializing in the treatment of adults and adolescents; she has had extensive experience in the in-patient and out-patient treatment of individuals with trauma-related and dissociative disorders. Her formal education and training includes a Master’s Degree from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She adopts an integrative perspective that subsumes the latest advances in interpersonal psychodynamic approaches, human development, attachment theory, the philosophy of science, and neuroscience within an overarching framework that emphasizes a the role of the therapeutic relationship, which serves as a basis for creating a safe environment and for understanding how clients experience and interact in relationships in general. She is pleased to serve as a member of the BIPR Training Committee, as a supervisor, and as a co-teacher of the seminar on psychoanalytic and psychodynamic theory.

Teaching Faculty

Anne Reach, PhD

Anne Reach currently serves as our Intake Coordinator and Supervisor. She also teaches a class on the intake process. She received a Masters in Developmental Psychology and a PhD in Clinical Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University. She also studies at NYU’s Post-Doctoral training program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. She is currently in private practice in Boulder.

Teaching Faculty

Jacqueline Schwarz, PhD

Jacqueline Schwarz, PhD is currently co-teaching a class on Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Theories and Supervising for us. Jackie has been in private practice in Boulder since 1988. She works with children, adolescents and adults both individually, in couples therapy and in parent counseling. Jackie’s practice includes play and art therapy as well as brain-spotting, adjunctively. Dr. Schwarz’s orientation is psychodynamic, neuro-dynamic and interpersonal. She co-teaches and co-authored an online class on Ethics for Mental Health Professionals. Dr Schwarz interned and was a Fellow at Harvard Medical School’s Beth Israel Hospital. She received her Ph.D. from CU Boulder in Clinical Psychology.

Teaching Faculty

Rosemary Wrzos, MEd, LPC

Rosemary has 40 years of experience as an educator, counselor and psychotherapist. After receiving her MEd. in Counseling from Northeastern University, she continued her studies at the Smith College School for Social Work, The Colorado Society for Psychology and Psychoanalysis and most recently, the EMDR Institute. She has worked in a wide variety of educational and therapeutic settings in Massachusetts, Minnesota and Colorado. Ms. Wrzos has taught at Northeastern University, and has presented on trauma, attachment and infant brain development to diverse audiences, including teachers, child protection workers and clinicians. Ms. Wrzos holds both the Certification and the Approved Consultant designations from the EMDR International Association. She is currently in private practice in Boulder, specializing in the treatment of trauma, while providing consultation to EMDR professionals.


Supervising Faculty

Teaching Faculty

Cynthia Divino, PhD

Cynthia is a clinical psychologist in private practice, a clinical supervisor for the University of Colorado at Boulder, and the Acting Executive Director of the Boulder Institute for Psychotherapy and Research. She co-teaches the yearlong Psychotherapy Seminar for BIPR Interns and Postdoctoral Students. Dr. Divino also serves on the Training Committee and Research Committee for BIPR. In the past, she has presented both small group seminars and large group presentations for BIPR. Dr. Divino has served as the Assistant Director of the Child and Family Treatment Center of Children’s Hospital of San Francisco and as Assistant Professor at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. With co-authors Michael Freedman, Ph.D. and Samuel Rosenberg, Ph.D., she has published a book, Living Well With Asthma. Dr. Divino has a Ph.D. from the California School of Professional Psychology, Berkeley (awarded January 1997). Her research interests are in the area of Affect Tolerance and Modulation, Trauma, and Bipolar Disorder.

Teaching Faculty

Michael Freedman, PhD

Teaching Faculty

Elizabeth Klaers, LCSW

Elizabeth’s had 12 years supporting individuals and groups in their educational goals, social-emotional development and in navigating difficult life transitions. Six of those years include direct clinical training and experience. Before joining BIPR in January 2014, she worked as the Development Manager for Maria Droste Counseling Center supporting their core programs: Children First, Options and Maria Droste Internship Training programs. While there, she also provided counseling services in their low-fee counseling center and co-facilitated consultation groups for graduate level interns: Case Conferences and Working with Children groups. In addition to working at BIPR, she maintains a private practice in Boulder.

Teaching Faculty

Chappell Marmon, LCSW

Chappell Marmon is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Social Work Supervisor, and Training Director for BIPR. Chappell has been involved with BIPR since 2006 when she was completing her Master’s degree at Smith College School for Social Work and had the good fortune to participate in a training seminar at BIPR. Since then, she has continued her study of neurobiology, attachment, and trauma as well as EMDR, and applies this knowledge to her clinical work with clients and her teaching work with supervisees. She enjoys working with all aspects of the BIPR training program and also maintains a private practice in Boulder, Colorado.

Teaching Faculty

Elyse Morgan, PhD

Dr. Morgan has been in private practice since 1989, specializing in the treatment of adults and adolescents; she has had extensive experience in the in-patient and out-patient treatment of individuals with trauma-related and dissociative disorders. Her formal education and training includes a Master’s Degree from Columbia University and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She adopts an integrative perspective that subsumes the latest advances in interpersonal psychodynamic approaches, human development, attachment theory, the philosophy of science, and neuroscience within an overarching framework that emphasizes a the role of the therapeutic relationship, which serves as a basis for creating a safe environment and for understanding how clients experience and interact in relationships in general. She is pleased to serve as a member of the BIPR Training Committee, as a supervisor, and as a co-teacher of the seminar on psychoanalytic and psychodynamic theory.

Teaching Faculty

Arielle Schwartz, PhD

Dr. Arielle Schwartz, PhD is a licensed clinical psychologist. She offers trainings for therapists, maintains a private practice, and is the developer of Resilience-Informed-Therapy which applies research on trauma recovery to form a strength-based, trauma treatment model incorporating EMDR therapy, somatic (body-centered) psychology, and time-tested relational psychotherapy. Dr. Schwartz has been licensed in private practice since 2002 and is an EMDRIA approved consultant. Dr. Schwartz offers continuing education courses for therapists, talks for the general public, and maintains a blog on topics of Resilience, Trauma and Health, Cultural Diversity and EMDR, Somatic Psychology, Healing Attachment and Early Developmental Trauma, and Play Therapy and EMDR for Children. Learn more at www.drarielleschwartz.com

Teaching Faculty

Jacqueline Schwarz, PhD

Jacqueline Schwarz, PhD is currently co-teaching a class on Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Theories and Supervising for us. Jackie has been in private practice in Boulder since 1988. She works with children, adolescents and adults both individually, in couples therapy and in parent counseling. Jackie’s practice includes play and art therapy as well as brain-spotting, adjunctively. Dr. Schwarz’s orientation is psychodynamic, neuro-dynamic and interpersonal. She co-teaches and co-authored an online class on Ethics for Mental Health Professionals. Dr Schwarz interned and was a Fellow at Harvard Medical School’s Beth Israel Hospital. She received her Ph.D. from CU Boulder in Clinical Psychology.

Teaching Faculty

Ellen Wade Stein, PhD

Dr Eileen Wade-Stein received her PhD in Clinical Psychology from CU Boulder in 1998 with an emphasis in Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Lifespan Development. She has post-doctoral training in brain-based treatments – EMDR, Brainspotting, and interpersonal neurobiology – that augment “talk therapy” and call on the wisdom of somatic experience as it is held in the body and known or not known by our thinking minds. She began her career in the mid-1980’s with intensive behavioral training, working in community mental health centers and hospitals, teaching social skills, self-care skills and problem solving skills.