UCHealth Behavioral Health Clinic – Yampa Valley Medical Center

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please read our visitation policy to help with the planning of your visit.

Hours
Monday: 9am – 4pm
Tuesday: 9am – 4pm
Wednesday: 9am – 4pm
Thursday: 9am – 4pm
Friday: 9am – 4pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
Closed from noon to 1 p.m. weekdays.

Behavioral health counseling employs psychotherapeutic principals and health psychology in order to help patients understand the role of the brain/mind in the process of healing or the possible creation/exacerbation of disease in the body.

We aim to help people feel more empowered over their perceptions of experience and therefore become more proficient in understanding the role of emotions in the health process.

Our behavioral health services are available for adults with a referral from a current treating physician.

Services provided by Yampa Valley Medical Center.

Our treatment approaches

  • Addiction counseling
  • Cognitive/behavioral therapy (CBT)
    • CBT for insomnia
  • EMDR
  • Emotional therapy
  • Heartmath biofeedback
  • Pain education counseling

Scheduling

Please call our office to schedule your appointment.

Please provide all the following information at your scheduled appointment:

  • Photo ID
  • Insurance card

To allow enough time to complete your check-in process, please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment.

About insurance

Behavioral health services are covered by majority of insurances.

Please reach out to your insurance company directly if you have any questions regarding your behavioral health services coverage.

Your providers

Amy Goodwin LPC, CACIII

Amy Goodwin is a Licensed Behavioral Counselor and a Level 3 Certified Addictions Counselor. She has been practicing in the mental health field for 30 years; her career started with supporting domestic violence survivors then transitioning into other disciplines within the field of Mental Health. She currently works for UCHealth as a behavioral health counselor.

Amy employs psychotherapeutic principals and health psychology in order to help patients understand the role of the brain/mind in the process of healing or the possible creation/exacerbation of disease in the body. She uses cognitive/behavioral techniques to help people feel more empowered over their perceptions of experience and therefore, becoming more proficient in understanding the role of their emotions in health process. Cognitive/behavioral therapy focuses on changing the automatic negative thoughts that can contribute to and worsen emotional difficulties, such as depression and anxiety. Her work with the UCHealth Pain Management Clinic since 2014 also provides her the unique qualification as a pain education specialist.

She has a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Denison University in Granville, Ohio and a Master’s in Counseling from the University of Northern Colorado. She has been a level 3 Certified Addictions Counselor since 2007. She is also a certified EMDR provider as well as a HeartMath-trained biofeedback provider.