Liz Chamberlain, PhD
Assistant Professor, Psychiatry-Adult Psychiatry

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Graduate Schools :
  • PhD, University of North Texas (2003)
  • MA, University of North Texas (2000)
Undergraduate School:
  • AB, University of Michigan (MI) (1991)
Department: Psychiatry-Adult Psychiatry

Professional Titles

  • Licensed Psychologist
  • Assistant Professor
  • Faculty Wellness Officer, Department of Psychiatry

Recognition & Awards

  • Growth and Development Project Award, Department of Psychiatry, CU School of Medicine (2022)
    Developing sustainable wellness programs with multiple points of entry as well as the opportunity to obtain specialty certifications. Launch wellness incentive program recognition awards, wellness classes, evidence-supported training/certification/CE, speakers, events and a free library/wellness resource landing site.
  • Women in Medicine and Science Women’s Leadership Training Class 2022-2023, CU SOM Dean's Office (2022)

Professional Memberships

  • American Psychological Association, Member
  • National Register of Health Service Psychologists, Health Service Psychologist

Practice Locations

CU Medicine Weight Management and Wellness - Anschutz Health and Wellness Center
12348 E Montview Boulevard
Aurora, CO 80045

Center Affiliations

Specialty Information

  • Psychology
  • APAIT ePassport, License (2021)
  • Licensed Psychologist - CO, License (2008)
  • National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, Certificate (2005)
Conditions & Treatments
  • Mental Health and Behavior
  • Mental Health and Behavior - Bereavement
  • Mental Health and Behavior - Depression
  • Mental Health and Behavior - Eating Disorders
  • Mental Health and Behavior - Stress
  • Mental Health and Behavior - Anxiety
  • Stress Management
  • Wellness and Prevention
  • Mental Health and Behavior - Mood and Anxiety
Clinical Interests
Therapy for individuals and couples using Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBCT) and Gottman's research-based couples' therapy.

Care Philosophy
We all have our blind spots. Starting therapy with me can help you make adjustments to better see your blind spots and find new ways to solve problems and begin to feel better. Whether you're feeling stressed, anxious, depressed, having relationship struggles, feeling overwhelmed, having trouble sleeping, or having difficulties with work or school, we can work together to expand solutions and find ways to make these problems smaller. I like to help clients share their stories, and find the meanings in their stories to help improve well-being.

Personal Interests
I have practiced hatha/vinyasa yoga and other mind/body integrated practices for 20 years, which has led me to incorporate Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy into my therapy practice. I also love skiing, snowshoeing, hiking, and some do-nothing time at home with my family.

Public Speaking

General Information

Graduate Schools:
  • PhD, University of North Texas (2003)
  • MA, University of North Texas (2000)
Undergraduate Schools:
  • AB, University of Michigan (MI) (1991)
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Department: Psychiatry-Adult Psychiatry
Contact Us
CU Anschutz
Fitzsimons Building

13001 East 17th Place
Campus Box C290
Aurora, CO 80045

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