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Graduate School of Professional Psychology

It's time to heal


The Trauma & Disaster Recovery Clinic (TDRC) at the University of Denver International Disaster Psychology Program provides psychological support to those who have experienced adversity and trauma. We consider the role of trauma and culture throughout the treatment process. We use integrative and relational approaches that are flexibly applied depending on people's needs and honor already existing strengths and resources. Services are continually evaluated to ensure effectiveness. We are committed to providing services to the underserved communities in Denver across the lifespan.

  • Psychotherapy (Individual Adult/Child/Adolescent, Couples, Family, Groups) 
  • Workshops/Presentations 
  • Clinical Consultation 
  • Program Evaluation

Services Offered to Those Who Have Experienced the Following: 

  • Accidents 
  • Victim/Survivor of a Crime 
  • Physical, Emotional, Sexual Abuse 
  • Natural Disaster 
  • Acculturation Stress 
  • Discrimination 
  • Hate Crime 
  • Grief and Loss 
  • Vicarious Trauma/Burnout 
  • Life Transitions

Additional Focus Areas

We offer specific expertise in the following areas: 

The TDRC team consists of student clinicians training under the MA International Disaster Psychology program at DU and are supervised by licensed mental health professionals. We offer sliding scale and accept Medicaid. Interpretation services are available.

To learn more or request services, please contact us at 303-871-3087.