Contact Form

When you reach out via phone or this contact form, you will hear from me via phone or email, your preferred way to communicate within 2 business days.  Before you make an appointment, we will chat over the phone for 15 minutes or so, so you can find out or ask more information about me or my practice.  If you feel comfortable working with me, we will make an appointment. 

Due to confidentiality and protecting your identity, please make the message brief, such as you want to make an appointment without much of personal information.

OFFICE HOURS

Monday; 10:00 am - 2:30pm

Tuesday; 10:00 am - 2:30pm

Wednesday; 10:00 am - 2:30pm

Thursday; 10:00 am - 2:30pm

LOCATIONS

1355 S Colorado Blvd.

Suite C-120

Denver, Colorado 80222

© 2016 by Small Steps Count Counseling

Last Updated on May 22nd, 2019

Perinatal Counseling in Denver

Helping parents to becoming parents they are proud to be.

Creating ways to enjoy professional career and family.

Motherhood and parenting can be joyous and rewarding life event.  However, it is hard physically and emotionally to be a parents at times.

There is no need to blame yourself.  You can make changes in your parenting and relationship with your partner without blame or shame.

Let's find out what works for you and what is helpful for your family, so that you will get your smile back on your face and feeling of joy with your children.

Help for New Moms

and Family

​Bringing a baby home can be a big change for a whole family.  If you are struggling with communication and relationship with loved one, counseling may help you to get back loving and fun relationship.
Through individual therapy or couple/family therapy, you will gain new perspectives and will find ways to tackle parenting with energy and confidence.

New Parents

Support Group

Looking for support and guidance in the first year of parenthood?  This 6 weeks support group maybe for you.  You will have clear idea of what parenting style fit you and be a parent you want to be.

Cool Worksheets

Being pregnant and raising a little one take a lot of brain power from you.  Research proves that "mommy brain" actually exist. 
With these worksheet, you can forget. You can just post it on kitchen wall, the refrigerator, or the bathroom mirror, so you can look up when needed.