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Dr. Sharon Eve

Dr. Eve is a retired psychotherapist who has worked with individuals, couples, and families for four decades. Her passion is to help people create authentic, healthy lives.

She earned a Master's degree from Loyola Marymount University and a Ph.D. from the University of Southern California in Counseling Psychology.  

She is available for consultation, speaking engagements, and education.

Areas of Teaching

Dysfunctional Family Issues
Relationship Issues

Healing from Abuse

In her private practice, Dr. Eve has utilized cognitive behavioral, humanistic existential, and family systems approaches in working with depression, anxiety, dysfunctional family dynamics, addiction, relationship issues, and the grieving process among other issues.


She authored Journey of Love: A Guide for the Grieving and many articles on dysfunctional family and relationship issues, as well as having taught and spoken internationally on various topics.  She founded the Topics in Psychology discussion group.

Dr. Eve has been the Program Director at the Alcoholism Center for Women.  She taught at the University of California, Santa Barbara Extension and developed the psychology curriculum at the Santa Barbara College of Oriental Medicine.  

Areas of Expertise

Upcoming Classes

Each class will include a brief presentation by Dr. Sharon Eve and group discussion. Classes take place at Ross-Cherry Creek Branch Library, 305 Milwaukee St., Denver, CO. No registration needed.

Understanding Attachment Styles
Saturday, July 13, 3pm - 4:30pm MT

Life is stressful. We’ll take a different approach to moving beyond stress, not merely a set of techniques. You know many methods. Yet, stress relief can be elusive. We’ll look at your relationship with life’s stressors and what is needed for better results. 

Transforming Negative Thoughts
Saturday, August 10, 3pm - 4:30pm MT

Let’s look at the roots and manifestations of our own negative thoughts and how to work with them in a more effective way.

Moving Beyond Stress
Saturday, July 27, 3pm - 4:30pm MT

We'll take a different approach to moving beyond stress, not merely a set of techniques.  We'll look at your relationship with life's stressors and what might help you have a better experience.  

Emotional Cryostatis
Saturday, August 24, 3pm - 4:30pm MT

Many of us have experienced a freezing in time and place of our emotions during earlier painful situations.  We will examine this process, its effects, and how to work with this awareness.


Contact Dr. Eve

If you have any questions, you can reach Dr. Eve through the form below. 

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