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When Treatment Feels Like Teamwork

Mental illness of any kind can feel isolating and hopeless. The hardest part about mental illness is that it touches all areas of life — from career to relationship to aspirations and beyond. We believe in evidence-based approaches to mental illness, where you are an integral part of the solution.

And while therapy is a proven method to support individuals through mental health challenges, psychiatry and medication are often a necessary stepping stone on the path to total health and wellness.

What you can expect from us

  • Listening

    Prior to prescribing any medication, we want to hear your story. Our program is centered around listening and the exploration of all options

  • Collaboration

    We want to honor your questions and concerns about medication, and arrive at an effective solution together.

  • Non-Judgement

    We ask what you want, and prefer, and move forward in an open-minded, judgement-free manner

Contact a Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Today

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    Meet Laura Mancuso, Our Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner


    Laura Mancuso, PMHNP-BC

    Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner-Board Certified
    (Independent Contractor)

    Laura Mancuso is an ANCC Board Certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner, licensed in both Arizona and Colorado. She received her Post-Master’s Certificate in Psychiatric Mental Health from University of St. Francis in 2017, and has since practiced as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner at various hospitals and centers in Colorado and Arizona.

    Laura now treats children over the age of five, adolescents, and adults.

    Experience and Education

    Laura’s Approach: Collaboration Is Key

    Laura believes that patients feel most supported in the atmosphere of collaborative care between psychiatric prescriber, primary care provider, and therapist. Her approach is based on the value of an integrative approach, where she can treat her patients in entirety, versus their symptoms alone.

    All patients begin their work with Laura in a collaborative, virtual-only setting. Instead of making decisions for her patients, Laura works with them through conversation and the exploration of all available options. Her process consists of getting to know her patients, reviewing symptoms, and then moving forward with her professional recommendations. She always asks her patients what they want and prefer, and moves forward in an open-minded, judgement-free manner. Treatment may include psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and brief supportive therapy.

    Laura believes that therapy is ultimately the best treatment for those struggling with mental health. But sometimes, patients need the support of medication until the benefits of therapy create tangible shifts toward wellness. While some diagnoses do require lifelong medication, her general goal is to support her patients throughout therapy, eventually guiding them away from medication.

    Medication Can Be Healthy

    The challenge with certain mental health disorders is that they elicit symptoms which make daily life nearly impossible. Mental illness often interferes with the ability to maintain the jobs and relationships which are fundamental to a healthy lifestyle. While therapy is a form of treatment that leads to lifelong healing and mental health, it tends to take time and commitment.

    At Colorado CBT, we think of psychiatry and medication as a bridge that supports some patients as they build the life they have long desired. Medication can be incredibly supportive, like a helpful boost, to relieve patients of their debilitating symptoms while giving them the ability to make real progress in therapy. When practiced with professionalism and mindfulness, medication can make all the difference for a patient truly burdened by the tribulations of mental illness.

    Work With Laura

    Laura works with her patients online only. Online sessions are both convenient and safe for our patients during this COVID-19 pandemic.

    To work with Laura, please reach out and make an appointment or call 720-694-9908!

    Mindfulness Women's Group for Stress & Anxiety

    A group for adult women (18+)

    2727 Bryant St
    Ste 210
    Denver, CO 80211

    Tel: (720)-398-9971

    Fax: (303)-265-9349