Wisdom Mental


Mind, Mood, and Memory

Why geriatric behavioral health?

Geriatric psychiatry and behavioral health providers are dedicated to the diagnosis and management of mental health disorders in older adults. The goal of treatment is to help older persons and their families maintain well-being, overcome challenges, and achieve maximum potential during later life.  

Older adults are a diverse population. Some older adults may be living with psychiatric disorders that began earlier in life, while others may be experiencing mental health concerns for the first time.


Geriatric psychiatry and behavioral health providers are trained to manage diagnoses that are often not encountered with younger clients and know how to prescribe medication safely in the older adult population. 

Conditions we treat include:

  • Dementia and Dementia- related behavioral concerns

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Bipolar Disorders

  • Schizophrenia

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

  • PTSD

  • Sleep Disorders

What is the age range of our patients?

We accept patients ages 65 and older. Younger patients may be considered on a case by case basis.

What kind of insurance do we accept?

We accept Medicare and most Medicare replacement plans. Please contact our office with any questions regarding your coverage.

Are you or a loved one feeling sad, anxious, or having difficulty concentrating? Do you have concerns about memory?

This is not normal aging

Mental health is equally as important as physical health in one's overall well-being.

We are here to help.


Christopher Clancy, MD


Joining our practice with telemedecine visits beginning March 27. 

Dr. Christopher Clancy is Board Certified in Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry. He attended Dartmouth College, where he played Division I Ice Hockey, and graduated Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and earned Academic All America District One. He returned home to Madison, Wisconsin for Medical School at the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Clancy completed his Adult Psychiatric Training at Harvard Longwood (Beth Israel Deaconess, Brigham and Women’s, Massachusetts Mental Health Center) and he was the Chief Resident for the Consultation-Liaison Service at BIDMC and he ran Psychiatry and the Cinema with a colleague for 3 years. He completed his Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Training at Massachusetts General Hospital and McLean Hospital, where he was Co-Chief Resident. Dr. Clancy worked on Navajo Nation with the Indian Health Service at Crownpoint, NM. He held an academic position within the Division of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the University of Rochester School of Medicine. He worked in outpatient clinics throughout New Mexico through Teambuilders, Inc. and Zia Behavioral Health. He worked in child, adolescent, and adult inpatient and outpatient psychiatry in Boise, Idaho. He worked with Eight Northern Pueblos at various outpatient sites and at their Residential Treatment Center for Native American Adolescents in Taos, NM. He worked for the Taos Pueblo Community Mental Health Center. He currently works at the New Mexico Behavioral Health Institute doing adult and adolescent inpatient psychiatry.

In his free time Dr. Clancy likes to read, write short stories, paint, draw, hike, mountain bike, swim, and play ice hockey. He has two German Shepherds that he loves and adores.

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Mailing Address

2919 Valmont Rd, Suite 204 Boulder, CO 80301


Phone: 303.317.3929