"Michael is  uniquely compassionate, soulful, and insightful.  I am happy to recommend his psychological services to those seeking help."
Gary Toub, Ph.D., Jungian Analyst
 Faculty, C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado
Michael J. Daine, Ph.D. is a  Psychologist  licensed  in Colorado (#3231).  He has trained at C.G. Jung Institute of Colorado. Dr. Daine received a Counseling Psychology doctorate from the University of Houston's APA approved program which included specialized training in psychopathology, family systems and addictions.  He has 20 years of international leadership and faculty experience in counseling, psychology, and health services in higher education (Colorado State University, Sonoma State University, St. George's University Medical School, Clemson University, The Citadel, The College of Charleston, and the University of Houston).  Outside of the academy, Dr. Daine has provided and directed, clinical services at in-patient substance abuse and psychiatric hospitals, out-patient mental health centers, and private practice.  He is a past board member of the Larimer Center for Mental Health and Island Grove Treatment Center.   His current specialities include addictions, analytical psychotherapy, psychological assessment, adult LD/ADHD evaluations, as well as other mental health evaluations.  Dr. Daine has had years of post-doctoral training in a variety of areas including two years of advanced training in psychopharmacology.  He is past Assistant Director of the C.G. Jung Center of Houston and actively involved in Jungian local and international communities. Dr. Daine also has a radio show on 88.9 FM Fort Collins, COMMUNICATION MATTERS, focusing on the psychology of adulthood.
Dr. Daine is a member of the International Associate of Jungian Studies and the International Association of Neuro-psychoanalysis.