The Raimy Psychology Clinic was founded in 1960 and has been providing services for University of Colorado students and members of the Boulder community for over 40 years. The Raimy Clinic is operated by the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Colorado Boulder as part of the doctoral training program in Clinical Psychology. The Clinic is staffed by advanced graduate students in the Clinical Psychology doctoral program who work under the supervision of licensed psychologists on the Clinical faculty or in the Boulder community.
The Robert D. Sutherland Center for the Evaluation and Treatment of Bipolar Disorder was established to assist people who are unable (generally due to limited financial resources) to obtain comprehensive psychiatric and psychological services in the community.
Women’s Mental Health and Wellness Clinic
The Women’s Mental Health and Wellness Clinic is located in the Clinical Research, Education, Services and Treatment (CREST) laboratory directed by Dr. Sona Dimidjian. The Women’s Clinic provides evidence based treatment to promote women’s mental health and wellness throughout the life cycle, including specific transitions such as pregnancy and the postpartum. Clinical services and training are informed by cognitive and behavioral therapies and the clinical application of mindfulness meditation and are delivered in the context of clinical research studies and outreach programs.
Colorado Family Project
The Colorado Family Project is a group of clinicians and researchers who specialize in the assessment and treatment of mood disorders in children. Developed by Dr. David Miklowitz over 20 years ago, the Colorado Family Project is currently recruiting participants for a study of children ages 9-17 with significant mood swings and a family history of bipolar disorder. Participating children will receive a thorough diagnostic evaluation, family-based therapy, and when relevant, medication management from a psychiatrist. There is no charge for participating in this program, and families are compensated for taking part in regular research interviews.