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Mental Health Care For Every
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Because you deserve to thrive at every stage.



    Being a teenage girl is hard. But, being the caregiver of a teenage girl can be hard too. Sometimes as a parent, you can feel powerless to help your teenage daughter work through the day-to-day struggles of navigating life as a teen in the digital/social media age.


    Counseling for your teen girl can give her an outlet and a safe place to be honest about what she is facing. And, can help you, as a parent, rest easy at night knowing you have someone to partner with you in helping your teen build the skills she needs to gain confidence, independence, and good decision making out in the world. 

Teen support

Caregiver support

Skill Building

Confidence Building

Reproductive Mental Health

    People today are busier than ever before. We work hard and we move fast. Information, for any topic, is at our fingertips, anytime of the day or night. But, for many women, there are still so many missing pieces when it comes to our reproductive and mental health.


    There's PMDD, endometriosis, PCOS, and so many other diagnosis that women struggle with directly related to their reproductive health. What we often don't address is how our mood is affected by these struggles. Frustration, sadness, anger, depression, and even anxiety can all occur when managing reproductive health concerns. Let our team of specialty trained mental health professionals help you feel in control of your mental health while you manage your reproductive health journey.

PCOS Support

PMDD Support

Endometriosis Support

Reproductive  Mental Health Education

Learn how to talk to your provider about your symptoms

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The best time to build your team of providers

     The process of becoming a parent can be really magical. It can be amazing, stressful, scary, you name it. But sometimes, it can feel like more than you can handle. It can feel overwhelming, it can cause us to have thoughts and feelings we can't seem to "shut -off", and can leave our friends and family confused about how to help.


     1 out of every 5 women experience feelings of sadness, anxiety, and sometimes even thoughts they can't stop thinking about as early as the first trimester.


     We specialize in helping moms manage these feelings and thoughts as they arise during pregnancy and continue helping even after your baby is born.  

Emotional Wellness Education During Pregnancy

Counselors who specialize in perinatal mental health

Partner Support

Skill building to prepare for parenthood

Build networks of support 


After Baby

     There is nothing like holding your new baby in your arms. But not all parents feel an instant connection to their babies. Between 1 in 3 and moms (and 1 in 10 dads) experiences postpartum depression after the birth of their first child and these numbers  increase with every child after.


     Out of those women, only 15 percent get help the help they need (and that number is even smaller for dads). At Her Hope Behavioral Health, we help moms and dads find their way to enjoying their babies and their new journey of motherhood with the help of individual and couples therapy.


Being a new parent can be hard and it's important to know you don't have to do this alone!

Fourth Trimester Education

Postpartum Mental Wellness Education

Connection to our network of trusted providers

Family Transition Support

New parent support

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Perimenopause and Menopause

You're not alone.

      For women, life is full. Full of joy, full of hard work, sleepless nights, long days, fun, and lots of change. But, we don't always know how to manage the many transitions in life we face. One of the most difficult transitions for women later in life is transitioning through hormonal changes brought on by the beginning stages of pre-menopause, or perimenopause. Changes in hormone production during this sensitive time cause more than hot flashes here and there. This stage can cause shifts in our mood, can change our ability to care for ourselves and our loved ones, can cause some scary thoughts, and can cause damage to our relationships.


    With the right help and guidance, it is possible to transition through the perimenopausal stage with your emotional wellness intact. Our team of trained mental health counselors is here to support you through this confusing stage of life. You're not alone!

Perimenopause Education

Menopause Education

Specific skills to help you thrive

Skills to advocate for your health

Learn how to talk to your provider about your symptoms

Pregnancy Loss & Infertility

You're not alone.

     You want to be a mother/parent to a little one created with your own body. You are hoping for the change to watch yourself grow as our body support a life.  You want to share the experience of bonding with your partner/spouse and little-one-to-be.

     For some, there are challenges to meeting their babies. Whether you have experienced pregnancy loss, still birth, or the loss of an infant, we are here to support you through it all. Too many families suffer through this grief alone, in silence. You are not alone. 

Grief Counseling

Counselors who specialize in pregnancy loss and infertility support

Partner Support

Skill building to set boundaries around your grief experience

Build networks of support 


For Dads

     There is nothing like laying eyes on your new baby. For new dads, bringing home a new baby can come with a lot of mixed emotions. Joy, happiness, fear, anxiety, and, sometimes, depression. 


1 in 10 dads experiences postpartum depression after the birth of their first child.


What does it look like to be a dad with postpartum depression?:

  • A sense of worthlessness, guilt, or inadequacy 

  • Feelings of hopelessness or sadness

  • Irritability

  • Trouble sleeping

  • A loss of pleasure from or interest in formerly favorite activities

  • Fatigue or loss of energy

  • Difficulty thinking or making decisions

  • Thoughts of suicide

New dads can also experience anxiety. This can look like:

  • Excessive worry about a baby’s health

  • Racing thoughts

  • Obsession with caretaking rituals

  • Unwanted thoughts of accidentally hurting the baby

    If you are a new dad experiencing depression or anxiety after a new baby you might want to deal with how you're feeling with alcohol or other substances. You might also feel rage, have trouble making decisions, and might have a hard time feeling any emotions at all (feeling emotionally numb).

     If any of this sounds like you, please know you are not alone. Being a new parent can be hard and it's important to know that other dads experience this too! All of our counselors are trained to work with new moms and dads going through the postpartum period. 

Fourth Trimester Education

Postpartum Mental Wellness Education

Connection to our network of trusted providers

Family Transition Support

New parent support


For People Helpers

    Therapists, physicians, nurses, midwives, doulas, first responders. As people who help people, you have the toughest jobs there are. You hear, and see, individuals and families at their most vulnerable points in life. Sometimes, it can be hard not to take some of it home with you.

Making it even harder to juggle responsibilities to your patients and the desire to be fully present with your loved ones.


    Sometimes, as people helpers, things are hard to "un-see" and "un-hear".  Schedule a consultation with one of our therapists who focus solely on helping those who help people.

Learn coping skills relevant to the work you do

Work with therapists specifically trained in evidence based treatment modalities

Learn to prioritize self care

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