Aurora Mental Health Center (2011-2012)

Intercept Center, Post-Graduate Training

University of Denver (2011)

Doctorate, Graduate School of Professional Psychology, Clinical Psychology

University of Denver (2009)

Master's, Graduate School of Professional Psychology, Clinical Psychology

University of Colorado at Boulder (2006)

Bachelor’s, Psychology

Jane Hancock, Psy.D. | 303-834-1026 ext. 4

Dr. Jane Hancock is a licensed clinical psychologist who specializes in child psychology, with a focus on early childhood intervention. She also has special interest and expertise in developmental disabilities, including intellectual disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Her other specialties include behavioral difficulties, trauma, anxiety, play therapy, anger management, school problems, and social skills. She received her Masters and Doctoral Degrees in Clinical Psychology at the University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology. Dr. Hancock worked with children and families at community mental health clinics, residential and day treatment centers, and in the public school system before joining Birch Psychology. Dr. Hancock incorporates evidence-based interventions to help children and families better cope with stress at home and at school. She believes that collaborating with families can lead to positive changes in a child’s emotional, cognitive, behavioral, and academic well-being. Through her Part-time work at Birch Psychology, Dr. Hancock offers clinical and assessment services for children and their families. Dr. Hancock is available for presentations and consultation and can be reached at and 303-834-1026 ext. 4