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Anchored Denver supports individuals 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 birthgivers experience perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, and 1 in 10 fathers experience depression after the birth. Additionally, many forms of perinatal and reproductive traumas can impact an individual along the way. Anchored Denver supports birthgivers, partners and adoptive families in navigating the expectations versus the realities of parenting and is committed to offering opportunities for the entire family to heal.
It can be difficult to interpret a baby'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 parenting competence or our ability to connect with our child. Unique challenges present themselves for caregivers of children who are born prematurely, develop chronic health conditions, require intensive medical intervention, or have developmental or intellectual delays. Anchored Denver helps parents build their reflective capacities, improve co-regulation, enhance parent-child relationships and care for themselves as they care for others.
Fertility trauma, perinatal loss and difficult decisions that families face during a pregnancy are unimaginable, but these stories should not be left untold. Anchored Denver strives to reduce stigma and misconceptions in our communities and within our own relationships. We create space for individuals and couples to fully share their stories, to process their experiences and to build upon the formal and informal support networks that will sustain them.