Our Behavioral Health Services

At Regis Neighborhood Health our behavioral health specialists work together with the other health care providers to treat physical, behavioral and emotional health. We provide a variety of counseling services, including individual, couples and family. Other areas of expertise include:

  • Stress Management
  • Addictions Counseling
  • Family and marital therapy
  • Depressive disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Sleep disorders
  • Workplace issues
  • Pain management

Our Behavioral Health Clinicians

Joanna Stratton, PhD

Dr. Joanna Stratton has taught at Regis in the Department of Counseling and Family Therapy since 2007. She is currently an Associate Professor, serves as the Clinical Coordinator for the Division, and is a member of the Rueckert-Hartman Interprofessional Education Committee. Dr. Stratton works as a Psychologist and APA clinical supervisor in a residency-led integrated primary care clinic. She has been practicing at University of Colorado Hospital alongside the Family Medicine team since 2008. She studied at the University of Colorado where she did her post-doctoral fellowship in Research, Evaluation and Policy Psychology. She received her Ph.D., Counseling Psychology at the University of Denver. She also studied psychology at the University of Chicago and William Jewell College. Joanna is inspired by the Regis neighborhood community members and the wisdom of the interdisciplinary Founders Group. She believes that Jesuit values inspire health services that positively impact measurable health outcomes. As a Regis Neighborhood Health Founder, she aspires to train clinicians in the interdisciplinary primary care model and increase access to behavioral health services.

Martin (Marty) Munoz, EdD, PC, CACII

Dr. Marty Munoz is a Professor and has taught at Regis University for nine years. He received his doctorate in counseling education from the University of Northern Colorado. Previously, he was an Associate Professor in counseling at the University of Houston for over 10 years. Presently, his interests are in the area of community mental health and works with individuals who are experiencing difficulties with both process and substance addictions. Dr. Munoz has worked extensively with the Spanish speaking community and has expertise working within integrative health setting with included both physical and occupational medicine. Additionally, he has conducted groups in pain management as well as a considerable amount of time treating individuals with major mental health issues. He spent time working in both community corrections as well as in the state mental health system. He has also served on the board for the South Texas Hospice Association as well as involved in the community in. Finally, Dr. Munoz has over 30 years of service to the community as a mental health therapist and is actively involved in both teaching and working as a practitioner.