About Dr. Richard

Dr. Jon Richard is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 25 years experience in clinical, consulting, and organizational psychology, including:

*Adult Mental Health, Psychotherapy and Counseling
*Mental Health Consultation and Training
*Leadership Coaching
*Organizational Development
*Mediation
*Crisis Management (Prevention and Postvention)
*Behavioral Risk Assessment and Risk Remediation (Public, Private, and Non-Profit Sectors)

College and University Teaching

  • CU School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Commmunity Supervisor
  • University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology, Clinical Supervisor
  • University of Colorado at Denver, Adjunct Faculty
  • Metropolitan State University, Adjunct Faculty

Local, State, and National Experience:

Dr. Richard has served as a consultant and trainer on behavioral health issues for organizations around the nation, such as non-profit human services agencies, public health agencies, school systems, and substance abuse service organizations, including:

A History of Service and Commitment to Human Dignity and Well-Being

Dr. Richard has done volunteer work and provided volunteer service and leadership in community organizations including the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, the Lupus Foundation of Colorado, and the Colorado AIDS Project.
He is a committed member of Psychologists for Social Responsibility (PsySR), a professional organization which seeks to assure that psychological research and practice serve the highest goals of human rights and human dignity.