committed to providing evidence-based and best-practice support
We believe that everyone deserves to feel their best, that each and every perinatal mood and anxiety disorder, like Postpartum Depression (PPD), is treatable, and that with appropriate support, women and families get well.
We are a group of mental health therapists who partner with complimentary wellness providers to collaboratively offer holistic treatment options to our clients. Each of our mental health clinicians is trained to assess, support, and treat a myriad of reproductive and family mental health issues. We have licensed mental health therapists as well as highly skilled graduate-level and postgraduate interns.Our expert providers will assist you along your journey to wellness through compassion, understanding, knowledge, and collaboration.
The PWCB supports all types of families. While Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMADS) are a big part of what we support and treat, we are focused on promoting the mental health of all women, men, children, and families through reproduction and the transition to parenthood and beyond. Our collaborative partners provide psychiatry, lactation support, acupuncture and chinese medicine, physical therapy, infant/child sleep consulting, and naturopathic medicine as a part of this effort.
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Sometimes the hardest part is picking up the phone. Once you have decided to reach out for support, you have begun your healing journey. Give us a call and we will answer any questions that you might have. It's time to feel better.
PWCB is seeking reproductive mental health specialists
The Postpartum Wellness Center/Boulder is a multidisciplinary mental health and wellness center founded by Kate Kripke, LCSW; and our team currently consists of three psychotherapists, a reproductive psychiatrist, graduate-level therapy interns, and collaborators in acupuncture, naturopathic medicine, lactation, PT, and infant/child sleep. The PWC/B serves individuals, couples, and families across the reproductive health spectrum, into early family life, and with a predominate focus on perinatal and maternal mental health.