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learning tools and techniques for better sleep 

Our sleep support group is open to expecting parents between 28-36 weeks pregnant or adopting. We will meet in-person twice before baby arrives and twice postpartum with sessions that combine support with sleep as well as mental health. Cost is $195 a couple.


Prenatal Meeting Dates:

Sunday, May 19th, 2024 +

Sunday, June 2nd, 2024



Postpartum Meeting Dates:

Sunday, July 21st, 2024 +

Sunday, August 4th, 2024



Seasons Birth Center

2900 E 136th Ave

Ste 110

 Thornton, CO 80241

$195 investment per couple* 

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This 4 session series is a $195 investment, please use the form below to register and send payment to @milehigwomenswellness using Venmo.

Thanks for registering to our event. Don't forget to send $195 to @milehighwomenswellness on Venmo!

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Jamie Bergren

Jamie’s journey began in her days as a doula, where she watched countless families grapple with the whirlwind of postpartum: newfound joy, responsibility, sleep deprivation, and “am I doing this right?” moments. After she saw how crucial sleep was to each family she served, she dove into sleep education and completed 250+ hours of training to become a Certified Pediatric Sleep Consultant. As a postpartum doula and sleep consultant, Jamie’s expertise allows her to give families the support they deserve through the first several years of parenthood and caregiving.

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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