Anchored Denver supports women with general and chronic health concerns according to the belief that physical and mental health should not feel partitioned. Our goal is to complement treatment plans established by physicians, nutritionists, physical therapists and other service providers to create a comprehensive and team-based approach to your care.
The transition to parenthood is emotionally complex. 1 in 5 women experience perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. Anchored Denver supports women, partners and families navigate this identity shift and offers opportunities for deepened insight and personal development.
It can be difficult to interpret an infant’s cues, whether we are first-time or seasoned parents. The big feelings of toddlers and preschoolers can be equally difficult to manage and often cause worry about our parenting competence or ability to connect with our child. Anchored Denver helps parents build their reflective capacities and enhance parent-child relationships.
Pregnancy and newborn loss are unimaginable, but these experiences shouldn’t be unspeakable. Anchored Denver strives to reduce the stigma surrounding perinatal loss in our communities and within our own relationships. We create space for individuals and couples to process the experience of infant loss and to build upon the formal and informal support networks that will sustain them.