Stephen Koelemay, Psy.D.

Stephen completed his doctoral degree in clinical psychology with University of Denver at the Graduate School of Professional Psychology. He received his B.A. from the University of Colorado in 2004 and his M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver in 2010.

Stephen has been working with CU – Boulder students for the past three years, both at Wardenburg- Psychological Health and Psychiatry (PHP) and CAPS. Prior to working with CAPS, Stephen worked with the Mental Health Center of Boulder and Broomfield County (MHCBBC) as a member of the crisis and adult outpatient therapy teams. With MHCBBC, Stephen provided crisis intervention services for hospital emergency rooms and individual/group psychotherapy to adults from diverse backgrounds with moderate to severe mental illness.

In his free time, Stephen enjoys attending live music in the Denver/Boulder area, cooking delicious meals, and hunting for vinyl records at garage sales.

Liaison to

Williams Village Counselor in Residence (Darley North and South)
Business RAP
Sustainable by Design RAP
Darley Active Living
Radio 1190
Colorado Law - CU Law School
Journalism and Mass Communication

Committees

CAPS Outreach Team
Co-Coordinator of CAPS Volunteer and Peer Educator Program
Co-Coordinator of CAPS Group Program

Groups and Workshops

Understanding Self and Others

Areas of Interest

Anxiety and mood disorders, family and relationship issues, men’s issues, group therapy, substance abuse/dependence issues, and graduate students. Also, he has special interest in work with students on the autism spectrum.