Senior Director Community Behavioral Health | Vail Health
Dr. Casey Wolfington is a licensed psychologist and the former Clinical Director of Bright Future Foundation. Dr. Wolfington has been on the forefront of behavioral health workforce development strategies within Eagle County for the past eleven years. During this time, Dr. Wolfington founded, developed, and supervised several student-training programs, including the creation and accreditation of Colorado’s only rural APA-accredited Predoctoral Internship Consortium. As of 2018, over 40 masters and doctoral students have completed their clinical training through Dr. Wolfington’s behavioral health training programs and under her supervision. Of these, 30% of trainees have either remained in or returned to our community and currently provide mental health services in Eagle County. In 2018, Dr. Wolfington received the Excellence in Training award from both faculty and students at the University of Denver.
Dr. Wolfington received her doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Denver with a focus on treatment and assessment of children and adolescents with an emphasis on trauma. Dr. Wolfington completed her postdoctoral training at The Children’s Hospital in Denver, as the hospital’s first Vollbracht Psychology Fellow. Dr. Wolfington has also provided psychological services through her independent practice since 2008. In this avenue, her work focused on providing psychological services to children, adolescents, adults, and families. Primary areas of focus include individual and family therapeutic services with a specific emphasis on the treatment of psychological trauma, self-harm, infertility/postpartum concerns, eating disorders, and complex mood disorders. Dr. Wolfington provides consultation and evaluation services to community organizations and develops/implements outreach initiatives to increase community involvement and awareness. Dr. Wolfington also provides expert testimony, as requested, and has been endorsed across Colorado for testimony in the areas of: domestic violence, sexual assault, child sexual abuse, psychological trauma, child attachment, post-traumatic stress, victim dynamics, and the impact of violence and abuse on children.