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Department of Psychiatry

Department of Psychology
 

Outpatient Psychiatry Practice Management


 

 

   

Robert Feinstein, MD Practice Director

     Robert Feinstein, MD

         Practice Director

When I was 15 years old, after counseling in “Head Start”, I decided I wanted to be a therapist. I loved taking care of people. I eventually went to medical school to become a psychiatrist. I have spent 25 year training in many different forms of psychotherapy including psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, family therapy, group psychotherapy, motivation interviewing, and psychoanalysis. As the Practice Director of the clinic I can not think of a better way to both help patients and teach the next generation of psychiatrists and health professionals the art of  combining psychotherapy with the use of pharmacology. Our clinic staff is terrific and works as a dedicated team to provide you the finest psychiatric outpatient experiences.
   

Brian Rothberg, MD

        Brian Rothberg, MD

   Assoicate Practice Director

  My passion for teaching and practicing outpatient psychiatry has lead to my current role as the Associate Director of the Outpatient Clinic. I see my role as providing an environment that ensures excellent patient care and optimizes the educational experience for our psychiatric trainees. I am very interested in a broad array of psychotherapies and have a special interest is group psychotherapy. One immediate goal is to expand our group program to complement the clinic’s already well developed individual services. When our clinic moved in April 2009 to the new Anschutz campus, we were able to equip many of our new treatment rooms with audiovisual (AV) equipment. This has been an exciting way to take patient care and psychotherapy to an even higher level and has enriched our trainees experiences. If you are in need of mental health services, I invite you to call our clinic today to set up an appointment.
  

 Mary N. Cook, MD Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist

            Mary N. Cook, MD

    I’ve always had a passion for working with children and families and for teaching.  The University of Colorado Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic has enabled me to combine these passions through involvement in supervising child psychiatry fellows, while providing ample opportunity for direct contact with families.  I’ve especially enjoyed the diversity of patients served, both from an ethnic, as well as clinical perspective. The work is both intellectually stimulating as well as personally gratifying.  Because UC Denver has such a strong reputation nationally, it has consistently attracted strong resident candidates, which makes supervision and teaching pleasurable and gratifying.  The community-based team is a unique, award-winning program, which brings intensive family intervention into homes, schools and other natural settings.
Director of Child and Adolescent Programs