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Lauren Brittsan LPC Denver Prenatal Counselor
  • 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.

We offer a free 20 minute phone consult to help determine if we are the right fit for you. Please feel free to contact us at 720-588-2271 to schedule this. If we are unable to answer your call and you feel comfortable to do so, please leave a message with your name and contact information and we will return your call within 24 hours, evenings and weekends excepted.


If you are experiencing a mental health or life threatening emergency, please call 911 or visit your local emergency room. Thank you and we look forward to connecting with you!

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