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Kristin Kilbourn, PhD, MPH
Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Kristin Kilbourn earned her Master in Public Health (MPH) in Health Promotion from San Diego State University and her doctorate in Clinical Health Psychology from the University of Miami.  Kristin completed her Clinical Psychology Internship at the Miami VA Medical Center where she received specialized training in Behavioral Medicine and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.  Her post-doctoral experience included intensive work with cancer and cardiology patients during which time she obtained extra training and supervision in Cognitive Therapy from the Beck Institute.  Following the completion of her post-doctoral training, Dr. Kilbourn accepted a position at the University of Florida where she developed a new program in Psychosocial Oncology.  Most recently, she has worked as a clinical psychologist within the Division of Psychosocial Medicine at National Jewish Health.  Her clinical orientation is predominately Cognitive-Behavioral and she has expertise working with adults with various medical conditions (e.g. cancer, cardiac and respiratory disorders, diabetes, autoimmune disorders, infertility) as well as caregivers who are dealing with the stress of caring for an ailing loved one.  Kristin is particularly interested in the mind-body connection and the impact of stress and adaptive coping on health and wellness.    

Amy Robinson Ikelheimer, PhD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Amy Robinson Ikelheimer received her Bachelor of Science at the University of Wisconsin and her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Mississippi.  A
my began to specialize in Health Psychology during her Clinical Psychology Internship at Indian University School of Medicine.   She completed a 2-year post-doctoral program in Behavioral Medicine/Pain Management at Dartmouth Medical School where she stayed on as faculty.  Since moving to Colorado, Amy worked in the Division of Psychosocial Medicine at National Jewish Health where she assessed and treated individuals with various chronic medical conditions.  She also devoted much of her time to the Sleep Medicine Department where she treated individuals with insomnia.  Amy uses well researched short-term Cognitive-Behavioral interventions to help adults cope with and better manage chronic medical conditions and symptoms.  Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, insomnia, chronic pain, headache, GI distress, cardiac, allergy, respiratory issues, coping with side effects of medications, and other symptoms that interfere with daily functioning.