New Chapter Psychiatry
Mental health treatments that create a space to share your unique story, build on your resiliency, and find opportunities for new chapters.
Therapy and psychiatric medication management with a focus on women’s mental health in Denver, CO
Who I Help
New Chapter Psychiatry, PLLC is a general adult outpatient psychiatry office providing therapy and medication management for adults aged 18 years and older. My special interest is in women's mental health, including PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder) and PMAD (Perinatal mood & anxiety disorder), and the many changes in our mental health as we move through the various chapters in our lives that might include raising our children, relationship changes and developments, career changes, and the menopause transition.
If you're feeling burnt out, struggling to function at your best, and finding it challenging to allocate time for your mental health, you're not alone.
Meet Dr. Sheldon
Prioritizing your mental health isn't selfish—it's essential for your overall well-being.
I understand the multitude of roles you juggle and the overwhelming emotions that may accompany them. Maybe your mood shifts, or your emotional responses, feel overwhelming and out of your control. Or maybe your anxiety has you feeling frozen and unable to find a path forward. You may even think that prioritizing the time it takes to understand this and work through it feels selfish given all your other caretaking roles, but it is not. In fact, your mental health is essential to your overall well-being, and you are not nearly as effective when it is being ignored.
At New Chapter Psychiatry, I foster an inclusive space where you can be seen and acknowledged for your challenges and strengths. Through therapy, you can process complex emotions, grow, and fortify your resilience. I'm here to listen to your story and help you discover your new chapter.
Everyone possesses a unique story & perspective on life.
Sometimes, experiences propel you forward, while at other times, they leave you feeling stuck. Investing in your mental health creates room for new chapters that honor your past while forging new paths and directions.