About Caroline Schulof
Caroline Schulof was born in Washington D.C., grew up in Virginia and New York, then moved to Colorado at age 10. After graduating from Cherry Creek High School in Denver, she was set to attend Santa Clara University in California on a soccer scholarship but changed her mind at the last minute. Instead, she enrolled at Emory University in Atlanta, where her older brother was a student. Caroline had also originally planned to obtain a nursing degree, but after taking Psychology 101 at Emory, she fell in love with the art of psychology and psychiatry and graduated in 2006 with a Bachelors Degree in Psychology.
In 2008, Caroline entered the nursing program at Georgia State University in Atlanta. Upon graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, she worked as a staff nurse with the trauma/surgical intensive care unit at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta until 2012. She returned to Denver in 2012 to live closer to family.
Although she enjoyed working in in intensive care / hospital environment, Caroline always knew she would pursue a career in psychiatry, primarily because it is a passion that she describes as her “calling”.
In 2015, Caroline enrolled in the Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner program at Colorado State University-Pueblo, assuming she would work at the State Mental Hospital in that city. While there, she fell in love with outpatient care and thrives on the opportunity to help patients optimize their happiness and life fulfillment via psychotherapy and psychiatric medication management.
Caroline married her husband, Kevin, in September 2019. They are proud parents of Thor and Loki, their dog and cat, and yes, the name choices reflect the couple’s infatuation with Marvel comics and movies. The two are also sports fanatics and enjoy most activities so long as they are followed by a period of rest and relaxation!
A mental health advanced practice nurse, Caroline Schulof, NP, is available to see patients referred by a Boulder Medical Center primary care provider. Services she provides include:
~ Diagnosis and medication management for mental health patients across the lifespan;
~ New and existing patient patient assessment, diagnostic interpretation and application using a variety of screening tools;
~ Treatment plan development;
~ Pharmacogenetic analysis and interpretation;
~ Care coordination;
~ Patient education.
Education and Certifications
Graduate School — Colorado State University - Pueblo
Master of Science - Nursing. Psychiatric Mental Health Advanced Practice Nursing
Undergraduate — Georgia State University
Bachelor of Science - Nursing. Registered Nursing.
Undergraduate — Emory University
Bachelor of Arts - Psychology