mental emotional disorders
A partnership of the Health District and SummitStone Health Partners.
Mental Health or substance use challenges?
Getting help from Connections
By Phone: 970 221-5551 8 A.M.-5 P.M. M-F; to speak with a Connections Mental Health Specialist
In Person: 425 W. Mulberry Street Suite 101, Fort Collins 8 A.M.-4 P.M. M-F
On the Web: mentalhealthconnections.org
Learn About IOME Self Care and Wellness !
As a licensed professional counselor, it became alarmingly clear to me that women do not get enough self-care in their day-to-day lives. The majority of women are dealing with things like anxiety, depression, guilt, past trauma, low-self esteem, feelings of stress, excessive fear, poor body image, and limiting self-beliefs. Just to name a few. The worst part of it is, women think it is completely “normal” to feel this way. That somehow, they are naturally supposed to live like this and there is nothing they can do about it.
Achieving Overall Wellness
What makes IOME unique is that we do not just offer traditional mental health counseling. We believe that wellness goes so much deeper. Overall wellness, in IOME standards, involves the mind, the body, and the soul. To improve your wellness and health, contact IOME today and ask about the benefits of membership.
Fort Collins, Colorado
I specialize in working with individuals, couples, and families of all ages who are facing life transitions, such as emerging adolescence, the transition to parenthood, and older adult lifestyle changes. I am also a doula-informed therapist, having worked with birthing families for over 8 years prior to becoming a therapist.
Life changes can be complicated and messy, and it’s okay to feel stuck. Reaching out for support can help you and your loved ones move forward with more peace and purpose. I’ll be glad to hear from you.
Bio: “Stephanie works with families in group classes or individually to help them prepare for whatever the moment requires in pregnancy, birth, and parenting. Birthing From Within honors childbirth as a rite of passage in which the parents are “born” into their new roles, and classes honor and support the profound process that parents are undergoing.
Additionally, Stephanie is trained to work with individually with people who are struggling with a difficult or disappointing experience in childbirth and would like validation and help in making sense of their story.
Providing Childbirth Classes, Refresher Classes, Birth Art Sessions, and Birth Story Processing”