Dr. Lisa Wolff, PsyD.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Licensed School Psychologist

Dr. Lisa Wolff is a Licensed Clinical and Licensed School Psychologist with more than 25 years of experience in clinical and school settings. She received her PsyD. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver and completed her internship at The Children’s Hospital in Denver, Colorado. She received her Master’s Degree in Education from Bank Street College of Education in New York City.


Dr. Wolff worked for twenty years as a School Psychologist and spent the last 16 of those years in the Cherry Creek School District in Colorado. During this time Dr. Wolff was actively involved in the district’s work supporting students with a variety of social, emotional and behavioral struggles. She has provided professional development to parents and staff throughout the state on a variety of topics including frameworks for working with behaviorally challenging children, executive functioning skill development, and social emotional instruction within school settings. Currently, Dr. Wolff is an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado, Denver and has a thriving private therapy practice.

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Denise Sironen, M.A.

Licensed School Psychologist

 Certified Master Life Coach

Denise Sironen worked for twenty-seven years as a Licensed psychologist in the Cherry Creek and Jefferson County School Districts. In addition to her twenty-five years as a school psychologist, she previously held district positions as Manifestation Coordinator, Mental Health Coordinator, and Behavior Intervention Coordinator, always with a passion for working with socially, emotionally and behaviorally challenged students.


As a trainer for Cherry Creek’s Parent Academy, Denise trained and taught classes to parents and foster parents/guardians, teachers, and school mental health around working with students with dysregulated and noncompliant behaviors. Denise has additional training and study in Collaborative Problem Solving (CPS), Restorative Justice, and Trauma Informed Practices. Denise has presented throughout the state of Colorado and been a guest lecturer at University of Denver, University of Colorado, and CCSD Student Teacher cohort. She received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Colorado in Psychology and School Psychology (respectively). Currently, Denise is a practicing school psychologist and enjoys her private parent and family coaching practice.

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