Education and Training

We offer education for providers and trainees across the health professions in women’s health and mental health. For additional information about our state-of-art curriculum see:
  • Psychiatry residents’ training in women’s health and mental health
  • Psychology post-doctoral fellows in women’s health and mental health
  • Interprofessional and interdepartmental teaching in women’s and mental health
  • Continuing education courses on the CU Anschutz Medical Campus and for community providers on women’s health and mental health and health psychology topics. Please check back for future continuing education opportunities.

Clinical Health Psychology Fellowship Position Available

Completed applications must be submitted by December 15, 2022. Applicants meeting our initial requirements will be invited for virtual interviews in mid-January 2023. Full details of the fellowship can be found here.

Required Application Materials

  • Brief cover letter indicating the track(s) to which you are applying and how training in this track relates to your career goals.
  • Updated Curriculum Vitae
  • Application Form
    • NOTE: PDF requires Adobe Reader program to open and save form entries. If you are having problems with the application form, try saving the original form on your computer before starting to complete it and do not complete the form in your browser. Once finalized, save the form and send it as a file attachment.
  • Three reference letters per instructions on application form. Letters should be addressed to:
    • Women’s Health and Behavioral Health Track: Helen L. Coons, Ph.D, ABPP, Women’s Health and Behavioral Health Track Lead, Women’s Behavioral Health and Wellness Service Line, Department of Psychiatry, CUSOM.

All application materials should be submitted by email to:

Your application will be considered for one of the Clinical Health Psychology fellowship positions that will start September 1, 2023. Applicants meeting our initial requirements will be invited for interviews in mid-January 2023. Interviews will include meetings with the primary mentors of each track, and other members of the training committee and Department of Psychiatry.

For additional information or questions, please contact the post-doctoral fellowship office at or visit our website here!

The Women’s Reproductive Psychiatry specialty track of the University of Colorado School of Medicine Psychiatry Residency Program is designed to provide residents with an in-depth exposure to reproductive psychiatry during residency training and to support career development within this sub-specialty field. 

Residents who participate in the track will improve their knowledge and skills in psychiatric evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of women at times of reproductive transition and with a wide range of psychiatric concerns. As a member of our academic community, residents completing the track will develop proficiencies in reviewing and interpreting scientific literature, interprofessional collaboration, and scholarly writing. 

Eligibility Requirement 
Residents in good standing through the December of their PGY 1 year may apply to the residency track.  As the track begins in PGY 2 year and continues through PGY 4 year, the resident must plan to complete four years of residency training. 

This ECHO series is designed to support clinicians who care for pregnant patients in the evaluation and treatment of common mental health conditions presenting in the perinatal period. Facilitated by a multidisciplinary team including obstetrician gynecologists, perinatal psychiatrists, psychologists and social workers, each session will include a brief presentation by an expert followed by discussion of participant-submitted cases.

Participants will gain confidence and knowledge in addressing the perinatal mental health needs of their patients while building connections with their peers.

Sessions include a brief didactic presentation by an expert and discussion of participant-submitted cases. Participants are highly encouraged to submit de-identified patient cases for group discussion and expert consultation.

Eight weekly ECHO sessions held virtually (sign up here)
Tuesdays 12:00 - 1:00 PM MT
January 10 - March 7
(No session January 31)


Our team is available to present to partner organizations upon request on the following topics: 

  • Infertility
  • Pregnancy and postpartum
  • Perinatal loss
  • Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder
  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome
  • Persistent pelvic pain
  • Chronic gynecologic conditions
  • Sexual health
  • Perimenopause
  • Breast cancers
  • Gynecologic cancers

Contact us at to inquire. 


Contact Us 

Colorado Center for Women's Behavioral Health and Wellness

1890 N. Revere Court, Suite 5003

Aurora, CO 80045

New Patient Appointments: 


Return & Established Patients:


Integrated Sites: 

CU OB/GYN Central Park:


CU OB/GYN East Denver:



720-848-1060 or 

720-833-5651 (request WBHW Specialty BH Appointment)

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CU Anschutz

Anschutz Health Sciences Building

1890 N Revere Ct

Suite 4003

Mail Stop F546

Aurora, CO 80045


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