OVA providesfree and confidential information, consultation, support, advocacy and short term counseling services to University of Colorado Boulder students, graduate students, faculty and staff who have experienced a traumatic, disturbing or life disruptive event.
The primary goal of the Clinic is to provide an introduction to clinical training for clinical psychology graduate students. The secondary goal of the Clinic is the provision of quality psychological services to the community at large. An additional goal of the Clinic is the integration of research and clinical training.
The CUCRC provides support for students in recovery or seeking recovery from substance use and other addictions. We're here to help students develop peer-to-peer connections and resiliency. We also provide students, staff and alumni with recovery-related services and resources.
Since 2002, the CAIRR Neuroscience Laboratory in The Psychology and Neuroscience Department at the University of Colorado Boulder has conducted a series of clinical research studies about the efficacy of acupressure for stress, cardiovascular function in stroke survivors, and mild traumatic brain injury in both civilian and veteran populations.
Recreation Services is a valued campus resource and partner dedicated to supporting your success. We offer a variety of high quality, convenient, innovative and inclusive ways to help you connect with yourself and your campus community.
The College of Arts and Sciences provide dedicated lactation spaces for faculty, staff and students to support women balancing their return to work with their needs as mothers of young children. Each room offers a sanitary, secure, private, and user-friendly environment.