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Practice Locations

Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center
13199 East Montview Boulevard 3rd floor, Aurora, CO 80045

303-724-3300

Chris Schneck, MD

Physician

Board Certified

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Chris Schneck, MD

Physician

Board Certified

GENDER

Male

LANGUAGE

English

DEPARTMENT

Psychiatry

Specialty

Psychiatry

Primary Clinic Phone

(303) 724-3300

Locations

Practice Locations

Helen and Arthur E. Johnson Depression Center
13199 East Montview Boulevard 3rd floor, Aurora, CO 80045

303-724-3300

Clinical Interest for Patients

I am interested in treating Bipolar Disorder and Depression.


Specialties

  • Psychiatry ( 1995 , 2015 )

Conditions & Treatments

  • Mental Health and Behavior

    Bipolar Disorder

Medical Schools

MD, University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine (1990)


Undergraduate Schools

BA, Stanford University (CA) (1983)


Internships

Norwalk Hospital/Yale University Program


Residency Program

Yale-New Haven Medical Center Program (1994)


Grants

Family Focused Therapy as Intervention for Youth at High Risk for Bipolar Disorder (2012)

Understanding Families with Bipolar Disorder (2013)

Mental Health Services Grant (2020)


Research Interests for Patients

Dr. Schneck’s primary area of interest and research is in bipolar disorder, with a particular emphasis on rapid cycling bipolar disorder and adolescent bipolar disorder.

information for referring providers

Clinical Interests for Referring Providers

I am interested in treating Bipolar Disorder and Depression. Keyword: Psychiatrist

Research Interest for Referring Providers

Dr. Schneck’s primary area of interest and research is in bipolar disorder, with a particular emphasis on rapid cycling bipolar disorder and adolescent bipolar disorder. He has given numerous lectures on the topic and is currently involved in two National Institute of Mental Health research studies—one examining the efficacy of Family Focused Treatment of adolescents with bipolar disorder, and one examining family focused treatment as early intervention in adolescents at risk for bipolar disorder. He has published in numerous journals, including The American Journal of Psychiatry, Archives of General Psychiatry, The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, The Journal of Affective Disorders. Current Psychiatry and the Journal of Clinical Psychopharmacology.


Referral Contact Phone: 303-724-3300