Margit’s heartfelt engagement touches her audiences, clients and readers, quickly developing the connection to inspire change. She teaches, motivates, reassures, encourages, and celebrates success.
Margit earned her Ph.D. (1997) and M.A. (1993) in Clinical Psychology from Loyola University of Chicago. Her B.A. (1990) in Psychology is from Northwestern University.
Early in her career, she conducted clinical research, published research papers in peer-review professional journals, and taught undergraduate psychology courses. As a therapist, Margit has worked in community mental health agencies and student counseling centers before starting her private practice in 2000.
Margit has been a speaker throughout her career, as an event and conference speaker, faculty member, clinical trainer, and group facilitator. Returning to her enjoyment of writing, she published her first book, Optimistic Aging, in 2014.
Outside of work, Margit has a rich and active life. She has been happily married for over 25 years, and has two teenagers who keep her busy, challenged and delighted. She savors connecting with family and friends, skiing, writing and reading. Margit is actively involved in the Denver community and enjoys traveling.