Behavioral Health Services

All Colorado Mesa University students and their minor dependents are entitled to behavioral health services. Behavioral health issues can include depression, anxiety, diabetes management, weight loss, smoking cessation and drinking or drug use problems. Counseling services for individuals, couples and families are also provided.

  • Trauma specialists, addiction counselors, eating disorder specialists, faith-based counselors
  • Medication evaluation and management
  • Free peer services
  • Student Groups
    • Finding Your Voice is a group for survivors of sexual assault and abuse.
    • Life Skills facilitates learning and practicing mindfulness, communication, and emotional regulation
    • Prime for Life is a harm-reduction treatment model for drug and alcohol use.

Students pay a $5 co-pay per session. The remainder of the session will be billed to insurance. The number of sessions is unlimited. Financial assistance options are available to eliminate cost barriers for students needing services.


Call 970.644.3740, ext #4 to make an appointment or for more information.

Located in the Student Wellness Center, 1060 Orchard Avenue, Suite N (north of tennis courts).


Monday - Saturday: 8am - 8pm
Sunday: Noon - 4pm

Meet Our Providers

  • Anna Lee Walker, LPC, LAC Behavioral Health Coordinator
  • Laurie McCall, LPC
  • Carl Willoughby, LPC 
  • Nicki Rennewanz-Reeves LPC, LAC 
  • Amber Pitts, LPC 
  • Zach Duran, LPC, LAC, 
  • Kyle Davis, LPC
  • Heather Juanes, LPCC

Services offered outside of CMU

  • 24/7 crisis and services are available by calling Colorado Crisis Services at 844.493.8255 or text "TALK" to 38255
  • Walk in crisis services are available at Mind Springs Health (515 28 ¾ Rd)
  • ULifeline, an online mental health resource for college students
  • Start Your Recovery, a single source of information for treating substance abuse