Kimberley Hoxie, LCSW

7955 E. Arapahoe Ct.

Suite 1425

Centennial, CO 80112

 (720) 900-6000

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© 2019 by Kimberley Hoxie, LCSW

Kimberley Hoxie, LCSW has more than 14 years of experience helping women remove the barriers holding them back from the life they want.  As a trauma specialist and specialist in women's issues, Kimberley has extensive training and experience in resolving PTSD, anxiety, eating disorders, the challenges of pregnancy (including infertility and postpartum issues), and other concerns particular to women.  Over the years, she has helped hundreds of women reach their goals and change their lives.

Kimberley holds an MSW from Tulane University and has worked as a therapist in hospitals and counseling centers, supervised teams of counselors, and has been invited as a subject-matter expert to give talks and trainings in areas including anxiety, complex trauma, EMDR, mindfulness, DBT, and the treatment of eating disorders.

Therapy for Pregnancy and Post-Partum Concerns

Specializing in the traumas and challenges of infertility and pregnancy arising when life doesn't go as planned.

Societal norms tend to portray pregnancy and motherhood as 

unquestionably blissful experiences for women.  While it can be, it is very common for women to struggle through periods of adjustment as they move into this new role.  Pregnancy and motherhood can be stressful and overwhelming.  Complications and losses can arise that cause additional stress, grief, and confusion.  Therapy can offer support and new skills to help ease the transition into motherhood.

       Hardships often prepare ordinary people 

 for an extraordinary destiny.

Perinatal mood disorders are common and treatable

- C.S. Lewis

While it is normal to face mild mood changes following the birth of a child, 15% to 20% of women develop more serious symptoms of mood disorders, including anxiety, depression, PTSD, or OCD.  These symptoms can arise at any point during pregnancy or within a year of delivery.  If you are struggling, know that it is not your fault.  Know that with skilled treatment, symptoms will significantly improve, and you will fully recover.  

Some reasons to seek therapy:

> Overwhelming emotions such as sadness, anxiety, anger, or hopelessness

 

> Trouble eating or sleeping

> Having trouble bonding with or lacking interest in your baby

 

> Feeling out of control or not like yourself

> Repetitive thoughts of harm coming to your baby that are hard to shake

> Persistent thoughts that you're a bad mom

 

Sadness about a birth experience that was not as you'd hoped

> Traumatic birth experiences

> Intense loneliness and/or pulling away from others

Therapy can help!