Dealing with the Shock of Roe v Wade in Denver, Colorado

Roe v Wade in Denver

In Denver, we find ourselves in a unique position as Colorado codified reproductive care into state law this year. Despite the safety Colorado offers, you may be asking yourself, “what can I do?” or “how do I stop these feelings of powerlessness?” While what happened with the Supreme Court and the decision on Roe v. Wade is scary and confusing, … Read More

A Fresh Take On New Year’s Resolutions

Whether you’re fond of the holiday or not, New Year’s tends to bring about a certain theme. Collectively, we all fall into a mood of reflection, determination, and inspiration for the potential of what the next year can bring. Even if we aren’t setting resolutions, it’s hard to escape that kind of thinking. Especially with a year like 2020. Almost … Read More

Choose Your Focus to Improve Your Mood

Denver is getting colder and darker- most of us take note of this seasonal change, loose our focus, and have a dip in mood. When we loose our focus we can feel more melancholy and can get trapped in our negative thoughts.  Our brains do a better job of focusing on the negative and if we let it, it can … Read More

Home For The Holidays: Family & Covid

As the close of an unforgettable year approaches, we’re all feeling a little unsure about what the holiday season will look and feel like. But on par with the rest of 2020, we know it’s going to be strange. The holidays are a charged time of year. For some, the holidays carry with them an air of spiced reminiscence and … Read More

How To Stay Calm During Political Chaos

We may all have our differences, but we are united in the agreement that we are living in an unprecedented era. It doesn’t matter what direction you turn, chaos is everywhere. But the craziest aspect of our modern life, especially as Americans, seems to be politics. Regardless of where you identify on the spectrum from right to left — our … Read More

Choosing Life over an Eating Disorder

Choosing Life Over An Eating Disorder

Eating disorders have the highest mortality rate of all psychiatric illnesses. This is a startling statistic. IF ONLY quoting a statistic could prevent the development and enduring nature of eating disorders! But these are not illnesses people choose and it can feel very difficult to change course when you are actively living with one. In general, humans are adverse to … Read More

Values: What do I really care about?


What do I really care about? “Follow your passion.” A powerful message many receive growing up. But what if we do not know what we truly care about? We are inundated with messages about what we SHOULD care about; who and what we should give our time and attention to. Many people are balancing several relationship roles (i.e. family member, … Read More

COVID and Radical Acceptance

Covid Radical Acceptance

Living in a Pandemic For many, New Year’s marks a time to reflect on the past year while setting intentions and hopes for the year ahead. It is often viewed as a celebratory time in our culture. Oh boy, Denver – did we NOT see what 2020 had in store! Most of us did not enter the year believing we … Read More