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Woman Reading a Book



(Not Your Mother's Book Club)

Do you love to read books about mental health, parenthood, psychology, and more?


Mile High Mindful Readers is a community where we dive deep into books while sharing our insights & inspiration.


in September 2022


Location & Book TBD


Registration is currently CLOSED

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*Scholarships are available. Contact us to learn more.

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  • Does MHWW only see female patients?
    We serve patients of all sexes and genders for a range of issues. Our areas of care are not limited to those who identify as female. If you are in need of support, we encourage you to contact us.
  • What is the best way to contact MHWW?
    If you find a provider within our collective that you would like to work with, you can contact them directly using our contact page titled "Our Collective". If you are looking for more support while navigating the services that are available, send us an email at
  • Does MHWW take insurance?
    Mile High Women's Wellness is a collective of independent providers who each run their own individual business. Depending on your plan of care and the provider you will be working with to meet your goals you are encouraged to discuss insruance with your provider.
  • Do your providers work in-person or remotely?
    The providers within our collective offer telehealth (virtual care) as well as in-person options depending on who your provider is. Some treatments such as accupuncture must be done in-person.
  • Do we meet virtually or in-person?
    We plan to meet in-person for this book club event at Book Bar located at 4280 Tennyson St. in Denver, CO. Virtual options may be available if unable to attend in-person.
  • Does joining the book club cost money?
    Yes, $25 gets you a copy of the book we will be reading and a totebag full of goodies. Scholarships are available if cost is a barrier to participating.
  • Is this only for women?
    Nope. Anybody can join and participate in this book club.
Lauren Brittsan, LPC, PMH-C
Lauren Brittsan is the founder and primary therapist at MHWW. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Masters in Clinical and Mental Health Counseling from the University of Colorado Denver and is certified in perinatal mental health.

Lauren’s passion for helping women heal through the power of counseling and community is the direct result of her drive to normalize the need for mental health support, as well as her own lived experiences.

She works with women across the reproductive lifespan - particularly those struggling with anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and individuals wanting to better understand all the stressors that come with life's changes and transitions. Lauren's speciality in perinatal mental health allows her to support those needing help as they navigate preconception planning, pregnancy, postpartum and beyond.


Her warm and empathetic approach makes her especially skilled at helping individuals and couples navigate difficult experiences such as high risk pregnancies and infertility. Lauren provides support to those who have experienced a perinatal loss and are in need of bereavement counseling.


Her goal is always to provide a non judgmental and warm environment where she can support her clients as they heal and cope.

In addition to being licensed in the state of Colorado, Lauren is also a registered telehealth provider in the state of Florida.

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Diane L. Teitelbaum, MPH

Birth Doula, Health Navigator, Community Engagement


Diane earned her Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from Colorado School of Public Health in 2015 and completed her DONA International birth doula training in 2019.


As a birth doula, Diane partners with individuals and families during labor to support and to empower. She loves being part of the larger birth team – by doing what she does best, providing physical and emotional support, through evidence-based information and advocacy.


As a health navigator, Diane helps individuals become confident and comfortable while navigating their care by creating individualized guidance based on each person’s unique path. Diane believes navigating healthcare systems can be complicated and complex – and that no one should need to do it on their own. 


Diane’s specialty is partnering with individuals before, during, and after pregnancy. In addition to being a birth doula and health navigator with MHWW, she currently works with birthing individuals and their families as a volunteer birth doula through Colorado Volunteer Doulas (CVD), and works with pregnant and postpartum individuals as a member advocate through Poppy Seed Health. 

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