Make an Appointment

To find out more about availabilty, please call our Patient Affiars Coordinator at 303-724-4975. schedule appointment

At the Johnson Depression Center, we see people of all ages. We specialize in treating a range of mental health concerns, including:
   •    Depression
   •    Bipolar disorder
   •    Anxiety disorder
   •    Attention disorder

We offer:
   •    Individual Therapy
   •    Couples Therapy/Family Therapy
   •    Group Therapy
   •    Medication Management
   •    Evidenced-Based Psychotherapies

 

Steps to Become a Patient

1.  Please call our Patient Affairs Coordinator at 303-724-4975 to ensure that the Johnson Depression Center is right for you.
2.  After your phone call, you will receive an intake evaluation questionnaire to complete.
3.  Submit your intake evaluation questionnaire.
4.  Our Patient Affairs Coordinator will contact you to schedule your appointment.
5.  Bring a photo ID to your appointment

 

For Our Existing Patients

Please call our receptionist at 303-724-3300 to schedule your appointment.

Parking and Directions

JDc Map

From I-225:
• Exit on Colfax Avenue heading west.
• Turn right at Fitzsimmons Parkway.
• Turn left at Montview Boulevard.
• Turn right onto Victor Street (just after the police headquarters).
• Make a left into the CU Medicine building parking structure.
• Park in one of the visitor parking spots and exit the parking structure on the southwest side.
    “Eco-friendly” spots are open to the public
     Please do not park in spots marked as “reserved”
• Enter the main building and take the elevator to the 3rd floor.

From downtown Denver:
• Take Colfax Avenue east to Peoria Street– turn left onto Peoria (north).
• Turn right at Montview Boulevard
• Turn left onto Victor Street (you will pass our building before getting to this street).
• Make a left into the CU Medicine building parking structure.
• Park in one of the visitor parking spots and exit the parking structure on the southwest side.
     “Eco-friendly” spots are open to the public
      Please do not park in spots marked as “reserved”
• Enter the main building and take the elevator to the 3rd floor.

 

If an emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Fall Fundraising Luncheon

Thank you to the supporters of the Sixth Annual Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center Luncheon! Your generosity helped raise over $440,000 to support mental health care, research and community programs in Colorado and the Rocky Mountain West. You also passionately advocated for mental wellness and brought in over 600 people to learn more about mental health. You are changing the landscape of mental health care in Colorado and we appreciate you!

In the News

Depression Center Medical Director Christopher Schneck discusses his family-centered bipolar research: Read More

Dr. Schneck discusses overlooked signs of Depression: Read More

Dr. Adria Pearson (Depression Center Psychologist) discusses PTSD in the wake of the recent floods: Read More

Dr. Pearson discusses PTSD related to Colorado flooding: Read More

 

Depression Center

It all started with George..


It all started with George..
It all started with George..
Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation
Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson Foundation

Depression Center
Depression Center
2015 Annual Luncheon Video
2015 Annual Luncheon Video

2016 Annual Luncheon Video
2016 Annual Luncheon Video
To Worry Or Not To Worry | By: Dr. Marianne Wamboldt
To Worry Or Not To Worry | By: Dr. Marianne Wamboldt

American Psychological Association Ft. The Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center
American Psychological Association Ft. The Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center
2017 Annual Luncheon Video
2017 Annual Luncheon Video