Colorado Blood Cancer Institute at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center (2014)

Fellowship, Psychosocial Oncology

University of Denver (2013)

Doctorate, Graduate School of Professional Psychology, Clinical Psychology

University of Denver (2009)

Master's, Graduate School of Professional Psychology, International Disaster Psychology

University of Iowa (2002)

Bachelor's, Psychology

Christine DeVore, Psy.D. | 303.834.1026 ext. 5

Dr. DeVore is a clinical psychologist who specializes in grief and loss issues, perinatal mental health (pregnancy through 1st year after birth), psychosocial oncology and women’s issues. Her work primarily focuses on providing psychotherapy, consultation, supervision and assessment with adult clients or professionals. 

Dr. DeVore manages a general practice of adult clients where she treats a variety of issues such as depression, anxiety and trauma.  She holds a special interest in working with new parents covering topics such as postpartum depression, anxiety or OCD, transitions into parenthood and work-life balance.  She is trained in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders and active in her professional membership with Postpartum Support International.  Additionally, Dr. DeVore has special interest in helping patients and caregivers manage chronic illness, grief and loss resulting from changes in roles and identity, navigating medical settings, and communicating needs with medical personnel. 

Dr. DeVore stays active in her professional community through memberships with the American Psychosocial Oncology Society and the Colorado Psychological Association.  She is an adjunct professor at the University of Denver where she teaches The Psychology of Grief and Loss to graduate students.  As well, she supervises University of Denver psychology doctoral and post-doctoral students in their clinical work.  She volunteers locally with Colorado Pregnancy and Newborn Loss, CPNL, a non-profit organization that provides support to families who have lost a baby.

She is a fellowship-trained clinician with a post-doctoral specialization in Psychosocial Oncology from the Colorado Blood Cancer Institute at Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center.  Previously, she earned her doctorate degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver. Dr. DeVore has a master’s degree in International Disaster Psychology, which is a field specializing in the treatment of trauma, grief and loss, community sustainability and global health. Dr. DeVore can be reached at and 303.834.1026 ext. 5.