Clinics & Resources
Putting Theory into Practice
Our community clinics are essential tools in our mission to redefine mental health. Students, under the supervision of licensed professionals, provide a range of psychological services to both individuals and populations.
The clinics provide our students with essential, real-world experience in professional settings while simultaneously delivering vital services to the community. Beyond the value they add to our students' education, our clinics serve as critical community resources for populations ranging from military veterans to disaster victims.
Professional Psychology Clinic (PPC)
The PPC has been a Denver community resource for more than 30 years. The clinic provides low cost, high quality, culturally sensitive psychological services to the Denver community, including assessments, forensic services and therapy options for individual adults, children, adolescents, couples, families and groups.
The Sturm Center
The Sturm Center provides behavioral and mental health services for veterans, service members and their families, with the intent to provide evidence-based, personalized and culturally competent services.
Trauma and Disaster Recovery Clinic (TDRC)
The TDRC supports those affected by adversity, with psychological interventions designed to alleviate the effects of traumatic experiences including accidents, crime, abuse, natural disaster and refugee status.
The CUB (Caring for You and Baby) Clinic
The CUB Clinic provides clinical services, support and assessment for expecting families, caregivers and young children from birth through age five.
Center for Performance Excellence (CPEX)
CPEX provides educational resources, programs, and individual or group sessions through our Sport & Performance Psychology program. Services are designed to enhance performance and quality of life, with a focus on offering programs for underserved populations.
The Denver Forensic Institute for Research, Service & Training (Denver FIRST) is a regional hub for forensic mental health expertise. Projects include competency evaluations and work with incarcerated and recently released individuals, child welfare cases, juveniles on probation, and many others in a variety of court settings.
Colorado Resilience Collaborative
The CRC is an interdisciplinary initiative working to address psychological challenges deriving from identity-based violence due to radicalization and discrimination based on race/ethnicity, nationality, faith and ideology.
The Juvenile Justice Project
The Juvenile Justice Project (JJP) is a specialty clinic operating through Denver FIRST. The current JJP program, funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), aims to provide gender sensitive and culturally responsive, evidence-based intervention and prevention services to juvenile justice involved girls in the Denver metro area.