Healthy Expectations: A Perinatal Mental Health Program at Children's Hospital Colorado
The "Healthy Expectations" perinatal mental health program at Children's Hospital Colorado supports pregnant and postpartum women and their families who are struggling with mood and anxiety issues. We offer free support groups for mothers during pregnancy and the postpartum period, as well as individual counseling, couples counseling and mother-infant support. We also provide evaluations for medical, psychological, social and/or alternative approaches.
Why choose Children's for perinatal mental health services?
The Healthy Expectations program is recognized as the Rocky Mountain leader in perinatal mood disorders treatment for pregnant and postpartum women. With free group support and evidence-based psychotherapy, Healthy Expectations draws upon experts from various medical and mental health disciplines including psychiatry, psychology, pediatrics, nursing and social work.
What conditions does the Healthy Expectations program help treat?
- Depression during pregnancy and the postpartum period
- Anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) during pregnancy and the postpartum period
- Bipolar mood disorder during pregnancy and the postpartum period
- Partner relational issues
- Birth trauma
- Infertility issues
- Pre-conception counseling
- Other parent/infant relational issues
Services offered by Healthy Expectations
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Free group support
- Individual counseling
- Couples counseling
- Mother-infant relationship play
Contact the Healthy Expectations program
For more information about the Healthy Expectations program, please call (303) 864-5252 or e-mail email@example.com.
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