Samantha (she/her), MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a graduate from Governors State University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. She is trained in maternal mental health therapy through Postpartum Support International. Samantha is passionate about supporting women/birthing persons struggling with perinatal mood disorders and anxiety, transitions into parenthood and family of origin activation. Samantha brings over 8 years in the mental health field including over 5 years of experience working with adolescents and adults in community mental health, acute and chronic mental health and crisis intervention and the last 3 years in private practice helping adults heal from childhood trauma and relational difficulties. After struggling to conceive and experiencing postpartum anxiety and depression, she understands the importance of feeling supported and nurtured in this time of change. Samantha leans into a trauma and attachment-informed approach with pulls from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and Solution-Focused Therapy. She strives to create a safe and authentic connection with clients to allow clients to become aware and connected to their full self. In her spare time, Samantha enjoys hiking, cooking, reading and spending time with her husband and their two children.
Samantha accepts Aetna, CCHA Medicaid, Cigna, Compsych, Kaiser, Co Access Medicaid, Mines, and United. She is happy to supply you with a superbill if she does not accept your insurance.
Jessica (she/her), MA, LPCC, recently graduated from Colorado Christian University’s Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. She is passionate about helping women to be the best version of themselves. She likes integrating CBT, Solution-Focused, and humanistic approaches in her practice, and she is trained in Brainspotting. Having lost her college-age son to suicide, Jessica has a heart for helping other mothers who have lost children (non-pregnancy related) or grieving family members. Additionally, Jessica desires to create a safe place to help young and more mature women who want support with anxiety and depression that sometimes accompany life transitions, including those due to menopause, moving toward empty-nester, and aging parents. Jessica can offer services in English, Spanish, or with a Christian perspective. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her daughter, taking Barre classes, and cooking vegetarian meals.
Jessica accepts Aetna, CCHA Medicaid, Cigna, Compsych, Kaiser, Co Access Medicaid, Mines, and United. She is happy to supply you with a superbill if she does not accept your insurance.
Paige (she/her) is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who has been in practice for 10 years. She has experience working with a variety of individuals, families, couples, and children. Paige is a systems focused therapist that utilizes attachment focused, solution focused, cognitive behavioral (CBT), and other Trauma focused modalities to help the individuals and couples move through their struggles and discover new insights and growth within themselves and/or each other. Paige has experience working with parents who are adjusting to a new baby, working with young children adjusting to a new sibling, as well as with women who have experienced pregnancy loss, traumatic birth experiences, and postpartum mental health struggles.
Paige accepts Aetna, CCHA Medicaid, Cigna, Compsych, Kaiser, Co Access Medicaid, Mines, and United. She is happy to supply you with a superbill if she does not accept your insurance.
Emily (she/her) MFTC, is a Marriage and Family Therapist Candidate in the state of Colorado. She received her Masters degree from California Baptist University in Counseling Psychology while training and receiving a Marriage and Family Therapy Certificate from Denver Family Institute. Emily works with couples, adult individuals, and adolescents (12-17).
Emily is a systemic, relationally focused therapist who strives to help all clients reach their goals through a compassionate, strength-based approach. She often incorporates Attachment Theory, EFT, Narrative, and other Trauma-informed modalities in her work to best support and serve her clients needs. Emily strives to make therapy feel safe for her clients while gently guiding them through some of their deepest hurts and biggest triumphs. She believes the therapy room is a place for clients to begin again in ways they knew were possible.
Emily accepts Aetna, CCHA Medicaid, Cigna, Compsych, Kaiser, Co Access Medicaid, Mines, and United. She is happy to supply you with a superbill if she does not accept your insurance.
Kara (she/her), MA, LPCC is a recent graduate from Regis University's Clinical Mental Health Counseling program. Kara is passionate about helping women/birthing people struggling with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, complex grief and loss, birth trauma, and family systems activation that often presents in the birth of a child. She brings 4 years in the clinical mental health field including 2 years as a play therapist, and an additional 10 years in the field of education. Kara especially loves working with caregivers to invite change and healing for parts of themselves that may be especially activated in the birthing and parenting journey, more fully embodying sturdy leadership in their families. From her own experience, Kara is aware of the old wounds and dynamics that can be activated throughout the parenting journey, and seeks to lend a compassionate ear to others who have struggled in a similar way.
Kara is trained in fostering integration through Internal Family Systems, Somatic/Contemplative work, DBT, Solution-Focused, Acceptance and
Commitment, and Narrative therapy. She believes all women are immensely powerful, and by inviting compassionate awareness and contacting the riches of the present moment, new stories can be recognized and that power can emerge. In her spare time, Kara loves being outside, cooking, practicing yoga, running, and being with her partner and daughter.
Kara accepts Aetna, CCHA Medicaid, Cigna, Compsych, Kaiser, Co Access Medicaid, Mines, and United. She is happy to supply you with a superbill if she does not accept your insurance.
Mary (she/her), MA, LPCC is a graduate from Naropa University's Mindfulness Transpersonal Counseling program. She is trained in maternal mental health therapy through Postpartum Support International and EMDR through EMDR Consultants Chicago. Mary is passionate in helping women/birthing people who have struggled with pregnancy loss, birth trauma, and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. After enduring her own losses and birth trauma, Mary wanted to bring a compassionate ear to others who have struggled in a similar way. She believes all women hold power within themselves, and by learning self-awareness, how to be in the present moment, and healing trauma, that power can be recognized. Mary is also Reiki certified and a yoga instructor. In her spare time, Mary loves practicing yoga, running, and being with her partner, two sons, and fur babies.
Mary accepts Aetna,CCHA Medicaid, Cigna, Compsych, Kaiser, Co Access Medicaid, Mines, and United. She is happy to supply you with a superbill if she does not accept your insurance.
Whitney (she/her), MA, MSHA, NCC, LPC, C-DBT, PMH-C, is the Clinical Supervisor and founder of The Rylie Center for Hope and Healing. Opening the The Rylie Center for Hope and Healing has been a long time dream of Whitney's after her own struggles with Postpartum Depression and Anxiety as well as secondary infertility. Whitney has helped many women navigate their journey with infertility and perinatal mood disorders, spurring her to see the gap in our community for a center like The Rylie Center for Hope and Healing.
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Emma (she/her), MT-BC, NICU-MT is a music therapist with over 5 years of experience serving newborns, children, adolescents, teens, & parents in the medical setting. She graduated from Western Michigan University in 2017 with a degree in music therapy & is board certified. Additionally, Emma underwent specialized training to provide safe music therapy services to premature infants who are hospitalized in the neonatal intensive care unit & music therapy assisted childbirth. Upon creating a music therapy program for perinatal patients at a local hospital, Emma became passionate about helping families cope with the stress associated with high-risk pregnancies using a holistic & patient-centered approach. Music therapy uses music to work towards non-musical goals. These goal areas are commonly associated with stress, pain management, relaxation, developmental growth, bonding/attachment, & legacy building.
Emma’s creative services include personalized lullaby writing, guided meditations, adaptive music lessons, big sibling support, legacy songs for pregnancy loss, music to promote developmental milestones, and more! You can learn more about her services at her website www.birthplacemusictherapy.com. Contact Emma for a free consultation at email@example.com to begin your creative healing journey. Past musical experience is NOT required.
Emma does not accept insurance but is happy to supply you with superbill.
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