Cherry May Ambrose — Psychotherapist

Colorado Springs, CO—Prominently featured in The Inner Circle, Dr. Cherry May Ambrose, Psy.D. is acknowledged as a Distinguished Mental Healthcare Provider for her contributions to the field of Psychology.

Dr. Ambrose pursued higher education at Purdue University and moved to the University of Colorado Springs, CO where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. She then attended Columbia Pacific University and earned a Master’s degree in Health and Human Sciences. The doctor capped her scholarship at Southern California University where she received a Psy.D. in Psychology, graduating summa cum laude.

A licensed psychotherapist, Dr. Ambrose is the director and owner of Ambrose Family Health Consultants LLC in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Dr. Ambrose is known as an exceptional educator and mentor to those she teaches and trains in the field. Her primary focus is the study of Alzheimer’s disease; dementia; phobias anxiety; and depression and notes that she makes people feel comfortable with no judgement, which allows her patients to open up and discuss their issues. Influencing her practice and compassion for her patients served as a residential counselor at Pikes Peak Mental Health from January of 1986 until October of 1988.

A renowned expert in her field, Dr. Ambrose is responsible for overseeing and evaluating new clients; delegating to volunteers; making house calls and hospital calls; doing speaking engagements and offering direct advice with options; and providing assignments for clients to easily follow and understand for improvement or for positive change and encouragement.

Dr. Ambrose has worked in the field for more than 30 years and asserts that she is able to offer unparalleled experience with family crises and health issues with many psychological methods. The doctor explained that psychotherapy is the use of psychological methods, particularly when based on regular personal interaction, to help a person change behavior and overcome problems in desired ways. Psychotherapists work with clients who are affected by difficulties such as depression; phobias; stress; anxiety; emotional and relationship problems; physical or psychosomatic disorders; and behavioral problems.

Aside from her medical practice, Dr. Ambrose is a published author who has written a celebrated book titled “Parenting Champions: Amazing Ways to Resolve Conflict for Adults, Babies, Toddlers, Teens, Seniors, & Animals.” The doctor is a member of the Red Hat Women’s Society and The Daughters of the American Revolution, having an ancestor that fought in the American Revolutionary War. She would like to dedicate this honor in loving memory of her grandmother, Aretta Mae Fernbaugh.

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