specializes in relationship problems (couples and,or family) and outpatient psychotherapy with adolescents and adults.He is past president and current member of the Board of Governors for the Colorado State Interdisciplinary Committee (CIDC) and is a past board member and past secretary of the Metropolitan Denver IDC, as well as a former board member of the Colorado Association for Sex Therapies (CAST).Dr. Fyfe co-chaired the 2001 CIDC Conference On Children and Divorce and was on the planning committee for the 2002 CIDC Conference.
In 1999, he
co-chaired the 23rd Annual Breckenridge IDC Conference On Children and Divorce.Dr Fyfe
chaired the 12th Annual Child Custody Conference at Keystone in 1988 co-sponsored by Denver's and Boulder's IDC's, the Family Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association
, and Continuing Legal Education in Colorado, Inc.
(CLE).Dr. Fyfe is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Society of Colorado Psychologist.He earned his doctorate in psychology form the University of Northern Colorado in 1978.Before establishing a private practice in Lakewood in 1983, Dr. Fyfe was an assistant professor at New Mexico State University.He
maintained a psychotherapy practice in Las Cruces, New Mexico, from 1979 to 1982.Prior positions include Outreach Coordinator for Horizon House Psychiatric Center
Drug Rehabilitation Program, 1972-1976, and Assistant Director of Services, Operation Concern, Teenage Consultation Center
, 1970-1972.Dr. Fufe lectures on a variety of topics, including adolescent development, high-conflict divorce, couples' issues, and brain development in children.He serves as a court-appointed parental responsibility evaluator, child and family investigator, and parenting coordinator in high-conflict cases.Dr. Fyfe
has testified numerous times across the state in divorce cases and criminal matters.