Dr. Wolfsohn received his Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Colorado at Denver and his Master’s and Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver with a specialty focus in Health Psychology. He has trained in numerous medical and mental health settings including the Controlled Stimulus Unit and general inpatient floor at Spalding Rehabilitation Hospital for individuals with neurological and orthopedic injuries. This included working with individuals, couples, and families of patients with traumatic brain injuries, stroke, dementia, and amputation over the course of the rehabilitation process. This experience was augmented by his training at the Professional Psychology Clinic associated with the University of Denver where he provided individual therapy for individuals coping with loss, experiencing difficulty with interpersonal relationships, anxiety disorders, and depression.
His doctoral research focused on rehabilitating to driving after sustaining a traumatic brain injury in a car accident. He completed an APA approved internship at the California Department of State Hospitals in Vacaville specializing in trauma, substance abuse, and psychological assessment. He has also worked as a Spanish interpreter for various mental health and law enforcement agencies and offers services in both monolingual English and Spanish.
In his approach to therapy, Dr. Wolfsohn believes strongly in providing a safe and collaborative environment that is individually tailored to each patient. This is done by taking careful consideration to identify the patient’s goals and provide the right form of therapy to best address their needs.
Dr. Wolfsohn also conducts forensic evaluations in the Denver-Metro area to support public safety and rehabilitation.