The Women’s Behavioral Health and Wellness Service provides patient-centered and evidence-based care to promote wellness in women across the lifespan.
Our interdisciplinary team works collaboratively with primary care providers and specialists to provide consultative services and problem-focused care for women with behavioral health concerns related to periods of reproductive transition or medical conditions or treatment impacting reproductive hormones and well-being.
We are committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and equitable space that fosters healing and connection.
Our interdisciplinary team of providers has expertise in:
Services we offer include:
Colorado Center for Women's Behavioral Health and Wellness
1890 N. Revere Court, Suite 5003
Aurora, CO 80045
New Patient Appointments:
Return & Established Patients:
The WBHW outpatient programs provide individual, couples, and family therapy services for women and transgender individuals across the lifespan to address their unique needs and goals.
Our team of specialized providers offers care related to pregnancy, postpartum, pregnancy complications and loss, infertility, sexual health, menses, menopause, and medical conditions or treatment impacting reproductive health.
We seek to partner with you to enhance well-being and resilience, while reducing the risk of behavioral health concerns in the future.
Current Psychotherapy Groups (please note that an intake is required to participate, please call 303-724-1646 to schedule)
Traumatic Birth Group
Pelvic Pain Group
MAMAS (Mothers Aligning through Mood and Anxiety Support) Connect
Bearing Hope Pregnancy Group
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Current Support Groups (no intake is required to participate, please call 303-864-5252 or email firstname.lastname@example.org)
Black Mamas Circle
Moms & Moods (M&Ms) Support Group
Please call (303) 724-1646 for more information or to schedule an initial screening appointment.
Connections Program for High-Risk Infants and Families (link to website here)
This program offers services to women with high-risk pregnancies who have an unborn baby with (or at high risk of being born with) medical complications, parents of newborn babies with medical complications, parents coping with the loss of a baby, and babies and young children born with medical complications.
Healthy Expectations Program
With options ranging from free support groups to evidence-based mother-infant group psychotherapy, the Healthy Expectations program draws upon experts from various medical and mental health disciplines to support pregnant women and women struggling with mood and anxiety issues after delivery. Our groups are now offered within Women's Behavioral Health and Wellness, so please check the 'Current Psychotherapy Groups' tab for more information.
Healthy Expectation Intensive Outpatient Program (see more here)
IOPs provide care for individuals who would benefit from more than what is typically provided in an outpatient level of care. They are designed to help individuals start the path to recovery quickly and to lay the foundation for long-term success in their treatment.
The Healthy Expectations IOP is specifically designed to help individuals experiencing mood or anxiety challenges during pregnancy or the first year postpartum. You are welcome to bring your baby with you to be cared for in our adjacent playroom!
Our team of reproductive psychiatrists specialize in the evaluation and medication management of psychiatric concerns as they relate to the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, postpartum, infertility, perinatal loss, menopause or medical conditions or treatments that impact female reproductive hormones.
While our role on our interdisciplinary team often centers on pharmacologic treatments, we aim to develop comprehensive and holistic treatment plans that align with each patient’s individual values.
Services we provide include:
The Women’s Behavioral Health and Wellness Service provides consultation and treatment within women’s health care settings at UCHealth and other locations.
Our team collaborates with your health care providers to provide same day, integrated behavioral health care.
Sessions and typically brief and limited to 6-8 sessions.
We currently provide behavioral health services in:
If you are at patient in these settings and are interested in a consultation, please ask your physician, nurse practitioner, nurse, or care coordinator to introduce you to a member of Women’s Integrated Behavioral Health team.