About

My name is Stephanie Sharp and I am a Licensed Child Psychologist. 

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...I'm also a mom, wife, daughter, sister, friend, adventurer, world-traveler, and aspiring foodie :) ...  

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I attended West Chester University of Pennsylvania and earned a bachelor's degree in psychology, before receiving my doctorate (PhD) from the University of Northern Colorado. During my graduate training, I completed a clinical internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Children's Hospital Colorado (CHCO), in addition to a school-based internship and postdoctoral training in Cherry Creek School District (CCSD). 

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...I also lived overseas, backpacked through Europe, and turned in my skis for a snowboard in my free time :) ...

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I am currently a practicing Licensed Psychologist in the state of Colorado. In addition to my part-time private practice where I conduct neuropsychological evaluations, I work at Children's Hospital Colorado and serve as an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Rehabilitation at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. In my role at CHCO, I conduct comprehensive evaluations as the lead psychologist on the Multidisciplinary Outpatient Rehabilitation Evaluation (MORE) team for children and teens with complex medical and neurodevelopmental presentations.  

  

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...I have always loved working with children and believe that every child is unique and remarkable in their own way. Helping children and teens thrive to reach their best potential is something that I am most passionate about. I very much enjoy the work that I do...

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Aspiring Pilot

"I feel passionate about providing compassionate care and high-quality neuropsychological assessment services to uncover areas of personal strength and challenge, in an effort to support children and teens in reaching their best possible potential."