The UCHealth Outpatient Psychiatry Service offers a wide range of high-quality mental health services to patients as well as support for their families. Our programs utilize the world class expertise of the Department of Psychiatry faculty and psychiatry residents. We also partner with medical specialists from the University of Colorado School of Medicine and UCHealth.
We are deeply committed to the care of adults, adolescents, children and families. Our missions are patient care, education, research and community service. We can meet many of your mental health needs.
Our expert psychiatrists, psychiatry residents and mental health professionals:
- Provide comprehensive psychiatric and neuropsychiatric evaluations and diagnosis.
- Offer individual evidence-based psychotherapy, couples, family and group psychotherapy, and psychiatric medications.
- Treat conditions and problems such depression, anxiety disorders, attention-deficit disorder, trauma, personality disorders, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anger, loss, and other mental health conditions of adolescence and children.
To improve patient-provider communication, we ask that all of our patients sign up for My Health Connection. My Health Connection will allow you to ask your provider questions, get medication refills, review your appointment schedule, and access to your health care record anytime, anywhere. To sign up, log in, or learn more about it, please click here.
Instructions for setting up a My Health Connection account
The UCHealth Outpatient Psychiatry Program employs a variety of disciplines and interventions to deliver the latest care for psychiatric patients. As a teaching hospital, the program incorporates the best forms of treatment to ensure effective results.
Our child and adolescent psychiatry clinic offer comprehensive, evidence based, pediatric psychiatry services to patients from infancy up to 18 years old.
The goal of the UCHealth LGBTQ Mental Health Clinic at University of Colorado Hospital is to provide informed, compassionate mental health care for all members of the LGBTQ community in a safe and accepting environment.
As part of our outpatient services, the refugee mental health program provides mental health care to refugees from more than 20 different countries.
We are a clerkship site for Phase III medical students and offer sub-internships and electives for Phase IV medical students. We also provide a site for social work interns. We can offer outpatient psychiatric electives for medical residents, and we welcome requests for electives from all AMC health professional students