Sabrina Neu

PsyD • Psychological Health & Psychiatry


PsyD Clinical Psychology, University of the Rockies, 2009
MA Transpersonal Counseling Psychology, Naropa University, 1998
MS Health/Fitness Management, The American University, 1994
BA English, Cornell University, 1990

Sabrina joined the Wardenburg Psychological Health and Psychiatry staff in 2000 as a Licensed Professional Counselor with specialty training in substance abuse services. She shared her interest in group psychotherapy by assisting in the expansion of PHP’s group services for students and the development of training in group facilitation for masters and pre-doctoral level interns.  In 2004 she decided to pursue a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology at the University of the Rockies, and had the opportunity to live in Melbourne, Australia while completing her pre-doctoral internship. Upon completing her PsyD, she returned to Boulder and Wardenburg to resume her passion for working with CU students.

Areas of Interest: Exposure and Response Prevention (ERP) for OCD, phobias, mindfulness-based approaches (DBT, ACT), trauma/EMDR, group psychotherapy, and pain management.

The thing I’d most like to do is…go on a cycling tour in France during the Tour de France.

My favorite thing about working at Wardenburg is

I really enjoy working with a multi-disciplinary team and being in a university environment since I love to learn. It’s also a privilege to work with students at such an important time in their life, and to get to see them grow and discover their strengths.