Dr. Mary Monroe is a licensed clinical psychologist, professor, and consultant in Denver. She holds a BA in psychology from Cornell University and a doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of Denver. Dr. Monroe has provided clinical services at a wide range of hospitals, treatment centers, and schools. She is a popular presenter to psychologists, medical students, and parents. She is also an assistant adjunct professor and supervisor in the University of Denver doctoral psychology program.
Dr. Monroe had a previous life as a rock climbing instructor and experiential educator. She has also served as the director of a non-profit day care program serving families with HIV/AIDS. She has initiated programming in public and private schools to improve school culture, inclusiveness, and motivation. In these various capacities, Dr. Monroe has helped hundreds of children and adults overcome challenges and improve the quality of their lives.
In her spare time and (hopefully) having nothing at all to do with psychology, Dr. Monroe is also a mom, a mountaineer, a yogi, and has been called the "Gertrude Stein" of her friend groups, as she often can be found hanging out with people much more talented than she.