- Practice Emphasis
Kaile Ross, PhD earned her Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology at the University of Colorado Denver in Denver, Colorado, her Master of Arts in Clinical Health Psychology at the University of Colorado Denver in Denver, Colorado, and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology at the University of Notre Dame in Notre Dame, Indiana. Dr. Ross completed a post-doctoral fellowship in integrated primary care at the Salud Family Health Center in Commerce City, Colorado, and her pre-doctoral clinical internship at the University of Colorado School of Medicine in Aurora, Colorado. Dr. Ross is a member of the American Psychological Association – Health Psychology Division, Society of Behavioral Medicine and the Collaborative Family Healthcare Association.
In her free time, Dr. Ross enjoys baking, running and hiking with her family in the mountains.
Education & Training
University of Colorado Denver
Internship & Fellowship
Pre-Doctoral Clinical Internship: University of Colorado School of Medicine
Integrated Primary Care Postdoctoral Fellowship: Salud Family Health Center
Board Certifications & Memberships
Collaborative Family Healthcare Association, Society of Behavioral Medicine, American Psychological Association – Health Psychology Division
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