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Graduate School of Professional Psychology
The CUB Clinic at DU

The CUB Clinic - Caring for you and baby

Clinical Services for Expecting Families, Caregivers, and Young Children Ages Birth through Five

The CUB Clinic is part of the Graduate School of Professional Psychology at the University of Denver. Our mission is to train students to support the mental health and developmental needs of pregnant and postpartum families with infants and young children. 

Our clinicians are advanced doctoral level psychology students practicing under the supervision of licensed clinical psychologists with numerous years of experience working with pregnant and postpartum families. 

The CUB Clinic now offers Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)

From the ages of one to seven, problems with emotional regulation and behavior (e.g., tantrums, aggression, defiance, "acting out") are primary reasons that caregivers seek or are referred for clinical services.

Parent-child interaction therapy (PCIT) is an evidence-based treatment approach designed to enhance emotional regulation and behavior via focusing on the parent-child relationship. If you would like more information about our PCIT services, please call the CUB Clinic.

Who we serve

The CUB Clinic offers a wide array of high quality, confidential mental health services through the Professional Psychology Clinic at the University of Denver. We welcome all caregivers, family members, and their young children. We offer an affordable sliding-scale payment model and we accept Medicaid/Health First Colorado.

We specialize in

  • Pregnancy and postpartum related concerns including mood, anxiety, stress, adjustment, and relationship issues
  • Pregnancy related grief, loss, and fertility concerns
  • Developmental guidance regarding common concerns during infancy and toddlerhood including:
    • Feeding
    • Sleep
    • Crying/colic
    • Transitions to childcare, school
    • Toilet training
    • Peer/sibling concerns
  • Parent-child relationship concerns including attachment/bonding, adjustment post fostering/adoption or separation/divorce
  • Child mental health concerns including anxiety, depression, acting out and/or behavioral difficulties

Our services include

  • Parent-child therapy
  • Child individual therapy
  • Adult individual therapy
  • Couples therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Assessment of individuals and relationships

For more information or to request an appointment, call 303-871-6334 or email [email protected]


Meet our Director:

  • Tracy Vozar

    Dr. Tracy Vozar is the Director of the Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Specialty at GSPP. Tracy was previously on the faculty at Tulane University in New Orleans, the Erikson Institute and at the University of Chicago's Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience. She completed her internship and post-doctoral fellowship in infant mental health at Tulane University. Tracy earned her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Iowa.

    Her clinical and research interests involve the intersections between perinatal and infant mental health. She works clinically with parents and their young children using individual, dyadic, and group approaches to treatment. Tracy researches constructs central to these areas including perinatal depression and anxiety, parenting self-efficacy, and cultural adaptations to treatment approaches. She enjoys supervising students interested in working with pregnant and postpartum families.