Dr. Wilson graduated from the Wright Institute, Berkeley, CA. She completed both her internship at Stanford University School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences and her post-doctoral residency program specializing in Dual-Diagnosis. After graduating, she was commissioned as a Captain in the Air Force. She was stationed at Mt. Home, ID, as the Chief of Psychology where she was trained as an FBI Hostage negotiator. After moving to Holloman AFB, she became the Program Manager of the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment Program. After separating, Dr. Wilson worked as the Clinical Supervisor for the Otero County Drug Court and provided all clinical services for the Juvenile Drug Court in Lincoln County. She provided psychological assessments and disability determinations for the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation. In private practice, she helped start a community mental health clinic, focusing on health-medicine and emphasizing a biopsychosocial model of mental health. Dr. Wilson worked with Child Protective Services, and the legal system, to conduct custody evaluations, parenting competency, and placement and/or child reunification.  


After moving to Colorado Springs, Dr. Wilson was a Behavioral Interventionist in District 49 and focused her private practice on psychological testing reports for Traumatic Brain Injury assessments for Ft. Carson and mental health evaluations required for various medical procedures and surgeries. In 2009, after moving to Kansas, she became a contract psychologist for Ft. Riley in the Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic where she obtained a National Certification as a Brain Injury Specialist and specialized in Command Directed Evaluations to determine Fitness for Duty. In 2011, she moved to Sheppard AFB where she served the Training Command, conducting overseas and security clearances, as well as completing Medical Board Narratives. Returning to Colorado in 2016, Dr. Wilson served Air Force Space Command at Peterson and Schriever AFBs, specializing in transgender issues, trauma work, and psychological testing, to assist in treatment planning and military disposition recommendations.



Dr. Wilson has been providing mental health services for the military for 20 years. Her practice currently focuses on psychological testing and providing treatment for older children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. She specializes in the treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, using empirical treatment modalities, to include CPT, PE, and EMDR. She has a significant amount of experience in treating Depression, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Personality Disorders, women’s issues, grief work, and working with veterans.



phone: 719-574-6562

fax: 719-570-0386









Colorado Center for Behavioral Care

Licensed Clinical Psychologist 


Jennifer Wilson, PhD