The CU Denver Psychology Clinic is currently providing psychotherapy and assessment services in person in compliance with CU policy.
**Starting in October, we will be running Wellness Groups with a focus on: stress management; relaxations techniques; communication strategies; social skills building; and self-care tools. Groups will meet on Monday evenings, and the cost is $5 per session. Please click the link below to get signed up, or call us at 303-315-7080. https://ucdenver.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6Ry1OtQseD2xgCa
If you are a CU Denver student and need immediate assistance, please contact the CU Denver Counseling Center or call 303-615-9911.
The Psychology Clinic is a training site for graduate students in the Clinical Health Psychology Ph.D. program at the University of Colorado Denver. Our mission is to provide high quality, affordable care in a confidential, compassionate setting. We provide treatment and assessment services that are grounded in science and tailored to the unique characteristics of each individual. Our faculty and students share a deep commitment to diversity and welcome clients of all ages, cultures, ethnicities, socioeconomic backgrounds, religions, and sexual orientations.
Therapists in the clinic are doctoral students who are supervised by licensed psychologists on our faculty. Our training program is accredited by the American Psychological Association. We are pleased to be able to provide high quality, affordable services to children, adolescents, and adults throughout the Denver metropolitan community.
To Schedule an Appointment
Please call us at 303-315-7080 to leave a voicemail about receiving services at our clinic. We may need to add you to a waitlist and will contact you as soon as possible to schedule an initial appointment. Please leave your number and a good time to be reached. We are open between 9 am and 8 pm Monday-Thursday. Day and evening appointments are available.
Psychology Clinic staff will only send regular (non-encrypted) e-mail messages for the limited purpose of scheduling appointments and sending appointment reminders. Clinic staff will not respond to therapeutic content in an e-mail message and will not be responsible for any protected health information sent to the Psychology Clinic in an e-mail. If a patient requests to receive an assessment report or other records electronically, the Psychology Clinic will send such materials using an encrypted e-mail mechanism, which will require additional steps by the patient to open the e-mail. All e-mail correspondence with the Psychology Clinic must be done through the general clinic e-mail address (link is available in the Contact Us box to the left). Patients should not send any messages to their therapist's personal e-mail account.