Women’s Emotional Wellbeing
There is no doubt: Women are strong. But being a woman often comes with unique challenges, responsibilities and life experiences. Biological, social and environmental influences may cause emotional changes that make it difficult for a woman to cope and function at her best. To achieve a healthy balance, women can benefit from specialized, gender-specific care and support.
Let us help you face your unique challenges and needs. If you are experiencing behavioral or mental health concerns, please call (844) 556-2012 to get started.
Research shows that 1 out of every 5 women experiences coping issues and does not seek assistance to overcome obstacles. Difficulty coping may be due to:
- Experiences of discrimination
- Experiences of domestic or sexual violence
- Work-related stress unique to being a woman
- Stressors related to societal expectations
- Biological and chemical imbalances
- Societal pressures specifically placed on women, wives and mothers
- Overwhelming sense of obligation to take care of family
- Feelings of guilt or shame
First women’s behavioral wellness unit in Colorado
To meet the unique needs of women in our community, the HealthONE Behavioral Health and Wellness Center has opened Colorado’s first behavioral health program dedicated to caring for women ages 18+ on a journey to mental and emotional wellbeing. This unique program offers:
- Physician and support teams who are primarily women
- Providers specially trained in women’s health
- Individualized treatment provided in a safe, comfortable, tranquil atmosphere
- A 24/7 crisis hotline is available whenever needed - (844) 556-2012
- Follow-up care in our intensive outpatient program (IOP) located in the medical office building at 700 Potomac Street
Our mental wellness programs for women are designed specifically to address the unique challenges of being a woman. Our program provides support for women who are unable to function in their day-to-day environments and may be experiencing:
- Development of daily living skills and emotion management
- Eating disorders
- Medication assessment
- Prenatal or postpartum issues
- Psychiatric symptoms that impair social, occupational or other important areas of functioning
- Thoughts of self-injury and/or suicidal thoughts
- Substance use and other addictions
If you are experiencing any of these issues or other stressors that prohibit daily functioning and decision making, let us help! Call (844) 556-2012 to get started.
Mom’s mood support group
Many women expect that becoming a mother will be one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences in life. But, what if it’s not? Whether it’s your first child or your fourth, you may experience difficult and overwhelming emotional changes after childbirth. It’s not your fault and you are not alone!
Many moms experience these feelings before or after giving birth:
- A sense of guilt, shame or hopelessness
- Anger, irritability, anxiety or sadness
- Appetite or sleep difficulties
- Difficulty or lack of interest in bonding with your baby
- Feeling as if you are out of control
- Isolating from friends and family
- Thoughts or fears of hurting yourself or your baby
If you are experiencing these feelings or have other emotional difficulty, we can help. The women’s behavioral health program hosts a mom’s mood support group each week. This program is designed as a safe place for mom s to get support and resources for coping with emotional concerns. Our group meets in person on Mondays from 10am - 11am at 700 Potomac St., Suite 204, Aurora, CO 80011. Please let us know you are coming by calling (303) 360-3577. Babies and children who are not yet crawling or walking are welcome. Telehealth options also are available by calling (303)360-3577.