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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 specialty in perinatal mental health allows her to support those needing help as they navigate preconception planning, pregnancy, postpartum and beyond. She is trained in Perinatal Narrative Exposure Therapy (P-NET) which is a modality focusing on exploring and processing trauma related to birth, traumatic pregnancy, pregnancy/infant loss and more.

 

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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Rachel Bornstein, LPCC, PMH-C

Rachel Bornstein is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate with a Master’s in Counseling and Clinical Mental Health from the University of Colorado, Denver and is certified in Perinatal Mental Health. 

 

Rachel is a mental health advocate who believes therapy isn’t about fixing people who are broken. It’s about prioritizing self-care, wellness, and overall health. Her therapy style is supportive, non-judgmental, and tailored to fit your individual needs. She offers a genuine approach, compassion, hope, and humor to empower her clients and help them overcome challenges and achieve their personal goals.

 

Rachel specializes in maternal mental health and is passionate about helping women navigate everything from preconception planning to pregnancy, loss and fertility issues, prenatal and postpartum challenges, and motherhood.

 

Rachel’s other areas of focus include but are not limited to anxiety, depression, trauma, grief and loss, life transitions, relationship issues, self-esteem and confidence, and self-exploration.

 

Rachel has a passion for her work and connecting with her clients. Her goal is to understand her client’s values, perspective, and experiences, and then offer therapy that meets them where they are and guides them to where they want to be.

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Laurel Johnson, LCSW, PMH-C

Laurel Johnson is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Master's Degree in Social Work from University of Denver and a Bachelor's Degree in Human Development and Family Studies from Colorado State University. She is certified in perinatal mental health. Laurel has worked with a diverse array of individuals and couples as they navigate issues including life transitions, relationship struggles, pregnancy and parenting, communication issues, anxiety, and trauma. Her therapy style is flexible, supportive, and individualized, working collaboratively with clients to explore issues and take steps towards reaching their goals. 

 

Laurel is a certified Within my Reach facilitator and has extensive experience facilitating group workshops around healthy relationships and communication skills. She draws on this experience, as well as training in Emotionally Focused Therapy, to help couples connect, communicate, build security, and solve problems more effectively.

 

Laurel has completed training in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders and Advanced Perinatal Psychotherapy through Postpartum Support International. She uses a holistic approach that includes traditional evidence based practices as well as mind-body practices.

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Maddie Bergner, L.Ac, MSTCM, DAOM

Dr. Maddie Bergner is a licensed acupuncturist & herbalist in the
state of Colorado. She received her Master’s in Traditional Chinese
Medicine from the Colorado School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and
her doctorate from Five Branches University in San Jose, CA.

 

Originally from Virginia, Maddie received her BA in Chinese language and politics and the University of Virginia. Her deep interest in Chinese culture and traditions along with her passion for connection and health inspired her path toward becoming an acupuncturist. 

 

Maddie is a women’s health specialist with experience working with: female and male fertility, placenta previa, irregular or absent menstrual cycle, hormonal regulation, patients with PCOS, endometriosis, uterine fibroids, depression and anxiety, postpartum support, and concerns throughout pregnancy (miscarriage, morning sickness, headaches, fatigue, and physical pain).

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Dr. Brita DeStefano PT, DPT, PCS

Dr. Brita DeStefano is a physical therapist board certified in pediatrics.

 

She received her undergraduate degree in neuroscience from Tulane University and her doctorate at Emory University in 2011. Through her concierge mobile practice, Progress Through Play, she provides both in-home and virtual services to support motor development for children ages birth to 3 years old 

 

Brita specializes in torticollis, plagiocephaly and motor skill delays as well as proactive developmental wellness services. She believes that ‘milestones shouldn’t be a mystery’ and that all parents deserve peace of mind about their child’s development. She is passionate about educating families on their child’s unique pathway so they can let go of milestone anxiety and enjoy the journey. Brita’s goal during her sessions is to empower parents to connect with their little ones through purposeful play. 

Ashley odrigues, LPCC, PMH-C
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Ashley Rodrigues, LPCC, PMH-C

Ashley Rodrigues is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate in the state of Colorado. She has a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Niagara University.  Ashley specializes in perinatal mental health care, serving individuals throughout their reproductive lifespan. She is a Perinatal Mental Health Therapist certified through Postpartum Support International and passionate about maternal mental health care. 

 

Ashley’s therapeutic style is laid back and comfortable. Care is customized around her client’s individual needs.  She values  providing clients with evidence based tools that are practical and realistic. She is also a registered yoga instructor (200Hr) which often surfaces in her sessions with a strong emphasis in the mind body connection. Ashley is a strong believer in empowering individuals through education and routinely offers educational programs, courses, groups, and workbooks through her mental health business, Ashley Rodrigues Wellness.

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Rockabye Rockies

Gaby, Jamie and Emily are three formerly exhausted moms turned certified sleep consultants, helping the world wake up more rested, one family at a time. You can review their services on their website www.rockabyerockies.com or reach out for more info to rockabyerockies@gmail.com

Baby Mama
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Baby Mama

Baby Mama is a convenient, central resource for expecting and new parents as they navigate the natal period, from any stage in pregnancy to postpartum and beyond. Baby Mama offers tailored one-on-one consultations, classes and in-home care. There's a lot to learn and understand as you enter the world of parenthood and all parents should have access to a reliable, personable, and knowledgeable resource. The questions that arise throughout pregnancy and postpartum can lead to overwhelming thoughts and anxiety and Google searches often lead to more questions. Baby Mama’s purpose is to calm your fears, answer your questions, assist in your recovery and support your family as you bring your bundle of joy home.

 

The owners of Baby Mama are registered nurses, doulas, and moms. Kaylan and Kiera have a unique appreciation for the transition into parenthood and recognize the gap in health care that unfortunately exists for women at this stage of life. It is their passion to support women with evidence-based care, best practices and bridge the gap to better support pregnant women, new moms and their families. Baby Mama provides personalized guidance, acknowledging that one approach does not serve every family. Baby Mama is a team of 6 doulas

 

At Baby Mama we are inclusive of all families and recognize that they are made in a variety of ways. Whether your family was created through surrogacy, adoption, vaginal or cesarean birth, we acknowledge that everyone needs support during these beautiful, yet challenging life transitions.

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Kam Ragland, MA, LPCC

Kam Ragland is a Licensed Professional Counselor Candidate and has a Master of Arts degree in Counseling and Psychological Services from Saint Mary's University and post-graduate training in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Internal Family Systems (IFS Level 1) and is a registered yoga teacher (RYT200).  

She has a special interest in helping women and parents who feel stuck.  ACT is a practical, mindfulness-based approach that is both a therapy and a life practice.  The main objective in this way of working is to increase the client's ability to move toward the people and things that are important in life, even in the presence of inner obstacles (e.g. thoughts like "I'm not good enough" or feelings such as shame).  ACT seeks to help clients connect their behavior with their values.  It can be extremely effective for clients who feel stuck because they can more easily pivot out of stuck loops and toward the life they want to live. 

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