Student and Resident Mental Health Clinic 

We provide comprehensive and confidential mental health services for all students enrolled in the schools located at the Anschutz Medical Campus (Medical, Dental, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, graduate school, etc.) as well as GME residents and fellows (including Denver Health (DH) residents and fellows).  Initial appointments are scheduled relatively quickly, often within the same week.  Options for ongoing care include receiving treatment from the AMC Student and Resident Mental Health clinicians, the UCH Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic, and a community network of providers, depending on insurance coverage. Mental Health Care services through SRMH are completely free to students enrolled in the United Healthcare Student Insurance Plan. For more information, see the SRMH website. 

To schedule an appointment, call (303) 724-4716 or email 


Group Therapy

Available to all AMC students, residents and Fellows

DBT Skills Group

This group introduces participants to a variety of skills, including mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotional regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. The group meets once a week for 13 weeks on Tuesday, 5:30-6:30.

Please email to register by setting up a phone consultation 

ADHD Skills Based Group

This group provides students and residents with strategies to minimize the impact of attention problems while they pursue their academic and career goals. Meetings are held Fridays, 12 noon - 1 p.m., Fitzsimons Building, Rm. E2305 (2nd floor, east hallway).

Please contact Dr. Rosenthal at 303-724-9637 to schedule a screening for this group.

OCD Support Group

This group will have a cognitive behavioral focus format:

  • The Question (discussion of a topic related to OCD)
  • Goal Planning (members set a goal to accomplish during the next week).

Meetings are held Mondays, 12 noon - 1:30 p.m., Fitzsimons Building, Rm. E2305 (2nd floor, east hallway).

Led by Rachel Davis, MD. Call 303-724-4716 or email Dr. Davis to RSVP and verify insurance coverage. 

"Insights" - group psychotherapy for students  

Group psychotherapy is a weekly group intended to promote self-awareness of how one manages emotional situations and identifying relational patterns. "Insights" group is a relatively unstructured group in which members of the group will perform the majority of talking, while the facilitators moderate when needed. The group can complement individual therapy or serve as the main treatment. 

Contact Noa Heiman if interested: 303-724-8109 

Graduate Student Support Group

Graduate school can be hard, come talk about it! Introducing the graduate student support group, exclusive to individuals enrolled in a PhD program. Come process your experiences, meet some colleagues, and snag a free muffin with your coffee. Meets Thursday mornings at 8 am beginning September 5, 2019.

Location: Fitzsimons Building, Room #E2305 (2nd floor, east hallway). Contact John Whittier if interested: 


Financial Support Resources

Other Helpful Links and Resources


General list of on campus resources:

Office of Case Management

Advocating for student needs, Resource connection, Care team management. Contact us at 303-724-8488 or Refer a student:  

Phoenix Center

Confidential support and advocacy for interpersonal or relationship violence. Contact us at 303-724-7120 or Location: Ed2 North, Room 3101. 24/7 Helpline: 303-556-CALL

Disability Resources

Accommodations and documentation of disability. Contact us at 303-724-5640 or Location: Strauss Health Sciences Library V23-1409A1

Ombuds Office

Confidential, informal, neutral, and independent resource. This office can help with conflict management. Contact us at 303-724-2950, or Location: Fitzsimons, Room 7005C (7th floor)

Office of Equity

Policies & Resources, Title IX, and discrimination & harassment prevention. Contact us at 303-315-2567 or Location: Ed2 North, Room 5221

Office of Diversity & Inclusion

Holistic approach, celebrating diversity, cultural and social programming, and mentorship and leadership opportunities.  Contact us at 303-724-8003 or Location: Ed2 North, Room 3118

Office of Student Health Promotion

Email to get involved and submit ideas!

Integrated Transgender program

Provides medical, surgical and mental health support to transgendered individuals. Contact us at 720-848-2650 or Location: Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion, 1635 Aurora Court, 6th Floor Aurora, CO 80045  



The Campus Assessment, Response & Evaluation (CARE) Team is committed to improving campus safety and student success by evaluating individuals that may pose a safety risk to themselves or others. The team coordinates with students, faculty, and staff as well as concerned others to identify, assess, and intervene with individuals of concern. Visit the CARE Team

More Support + Emergency Support

Well-being Support Line (for Healthcare Workforce in Colorado)

Staffed by trained volunteers from CU Anschutz and CU Denver with backup from licensed mental health professionals. Can facilitate referrals to longer term treatment (UCHealth Virtual Behavioral Health)  if needed. Call or text 303-724-2500.

Colorado Crisis Services 

Text “TALK” to 38255, Call 1-844-493-8255, or visit 

National Suicide Prevention Hotline

Call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or visit




Information was assembled by Advocates for Mental Health (AMH) with additional resources provided by Amanda Doria, MS, LPC, NCC, RYT-200.

AMH is a trainee-led group that aims to be a mental health support on campus. Our mission is to create a community where we can talk openly about mental health problems- without any stigma. We aim to connect trainees to the mental health support and resources they need. AMH strives to be an intersectional mental health organization. We are committed to the inclusivity of all groups and members of our community. Individuals of all races, religions, body types, ethnicities, sexual orientations and gender identities are welcome in this space.

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