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Denver therapy for new parents, individuals, and couples.

Sometimes you just need a helping hand.

Adjusting to a New Baby

Having a baby is quite a learning experience. You may have questions about whether what you’re going through is normal, or how to cope with losing sleep, anxious thoughts, transitioning in and out of work, or balancing parenting with your partner. You may be having thoughts or feelings that are scaring you.

Whether you’re still expecting, just had your first baby, or your third, I can help you find your footing and feel like yourself again.

Read about postpartum therapy

Parents Wanting to Reconnect

It’s so easy to get swept up in the intensity and demands of new parenthood that you forget about being a couple. Once you have found your footing as parents, it’s time to focus on you and your partner again.

I can help you let go of guilt, reconnect, and start having fun together again. One of the best things you can do for your kids is take care of yourselves. Show your kids what fun it is to have happy parents!

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Experiencing Miscarriage or Pregnancy Loss

Losing a baby, no matter when, is a deeply painful experience. I can help you sort through the chaos of thoughts and emotions that accompany this kind of loss and help you find light and healing on the other side.

I also work with people who are dealing with depression, anxiety, grief, life transitions, and that want to improve their relationships. If you are not sure if I can help, send me an email, I’d love to talk.

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Sarah Tie, MA, NCC – Denver Postpartum Therapist

Nice to meet you – I’m Sarah.

Since 2014, Winding Path Counseling has provided help and support for new parents, individuals, and couples in the Denver community. A small private practice owned and operated by Sarah Tie, MA, NCC, we specialize in helping new moms and dads survive and thrive both before and after having a new baby.

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Baby Blues or Something More?

Whether you’ve just had your first baby or your third, you probably have so much going on that it’s hard to know what is a normal amount of stress. You’re feeding, changing, rocking, singing, and cajoling around the clock. You’re eating a banana, nursing, and reading a parenting blog on your phone all at the […]