Offering you and your family a wide range of counseling services.

Diane Hall Drapkin

Diane Hall Drapkin

LCSW
Program Manager at Margaret L. Shaw Institute for Perinatal Mental Health 
Psychotherapist at The Postpartum Wellness Center of Boulder
720-771-0536
Specialties: 
Teletherapy - sessions will be done remotely by video or call
Anxiety
Depression
Family Therapy
PTSD
Perinatal/Reproductive Issues
Women’s Issues
Work/Professional Issues/Stress

I am committed to supporting and treating women and their families who are struggling with anxiety and depression during pregnancy and postpartum. I have a strength based, solution focused approach and I will work with you to navigate the challenges of parenthood. My training is very specialized and I bring a unique skill set not only as a clinician but as a parent to the table.

Educational Background and Experience: 
Masters in Social Work, University of Denver
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, University of California, Davis
Clinical Trainings, Certifications, and Professional Memberships: 
PSI Perinatal Mental Health 2-Day Certificate Course
Advanced Perinatal Mental Health Psychotherapy Course 
National Association of Social Workers Member
Postpartum Support International Member
North American Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics & Gynecology Member
Expertise, Interests, Specialties: 
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders
Birth Trauma
Transitions to Parenting
Loss
Return to Work
Support for Fathers
Accepted Insurance: 
Aetna
Cigna
Kaiser Permanente

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