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Pregnancy and the start of parenthood, whether this is your first or third child, is an important time in our lives. Not only for the ongoing health and well-being of mothers, but also for the family as a whole. Women, partners, and siblings in the family benefit from identification of stressors or symptoms and support around managing feelings and moods with a new baby. Especially in the postpartum period, but also during the fertility journey and pregnancy when so much changes for everyone involved, therapeutic support helps the whole family thrive. This may include:
The therapists at Ardent Grove are passionate about supporting mothers, birthing people, and families make the transition to new parenthood and are honored to support all those we serve through this journey.
Campbell Cahill is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in working with children under 12, family therapy, parent coaching, perinatal mental health, and in working with individual adults. Campbell received her Master's in Social Work from Smith College in 2020 read more here...
Emily is currently working toward her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the Graduate School of Professional Psychology (GSPP) at DU. She received her MA in International Disaster Psychology at GSPP in 2019. Emily’s has experience working in home assistance for families read more here...
Dr. Markley earned her doctoral degree from The University of Denver, Graduate School of Professional Psychology. She completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship at Yale University. In 2015, Dr. Markley was awarded the American Psychoanalytic Association Fellowship, an read more here...
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