Services

Focus Areas

Menopause/Perimenopause
Hot Flashes, Depression and Anxiety, Genital and Urinary symptoms, Brain Fog, Sleep, Hormone and Weight issues… let’s find the solutions to keep you at your best and keep the magic alive… just because the ovaries are depleted doesn’t mean that you have to be too. As a North American Menopause Society (NAMS) Certified Menopause Practitioner, I am ready to assist!

Adolescent Health
An uplifting space to learn about menstrual cycles, pelvic anatomy, physiology of reproduction, healthy sexuality and cultivating a mindful approach to lifestyle choices. We will explore the real self vs the social media self and the impact on her mood, sleep, friendships, pursuits and well-being – Let’s make her gynecologic experience one that fills her with acceptance, support and information so that she may cultivate a lifelong sense of curiosity about her body and intentional decision making.

Infertility
Infertility is a medical condition that has psychosocial facets as well. The emotional and relational distress of patients undergoing fertility treatments is well described and mindfulness-based interventions (MBIs) are both useful and becoming increasingly popular – I am able to guide with an understanding of both the medical conditions & procedures involved as well as tools for coping with the unpredictable and uncomfortable nature of the process.

More than just the Basics

GYN Consultations
Menopause, fibroids, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, PCOS, sexual functioning and pelvic pain – Sure something is going on… How does it affect you? What does it mean for your overall health? What approach is best suited to manage your condition?

Wellness Care
Wellness Care– the Annual Gyn Exam is evolving – Let’s be intentional about what matters to you and staying well. No topic is off limits.

Mental Health
Depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship and addiction management using a holistic approach employing mindfulness-based practices and current prescribing strategies

Perinatal Care- from pregnancy planning to postpartum
Provided as an adjunct to your existing prenatal care… You choose the preferred place of birth (hospital, birth center or home) and the provider (midwife or physician) and we will work together to keep you supported, safe, adaptable, in your very best mental health state

Pregnancy Package Inquiry

Did you know the growing fetus is learning about its environment from the time of conception? Parental well-being allows the new being to feel at ease and develop trust…meeting your own wellness needs at any age strengthens trust within yourself and is the best offering to your inner-child, family and community.

-Modern Mind MD

Group Classes

Mindfulness-Based Childbirth and Parenting MBCP
Bringing in expertise from 20 years of OB/GYN practice, birthing & parenting 3 children of my own, and a mind/body perspective offers A Life Approach to a birthing class, previously taught at UCHealth

Now enrolling for 2022:

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Teens
Coming Soon

Infertility
Coming Soon

the infertility workbook

A Mind-Body Program to Enhance Fertility, Reduce Stress, and Maintain Emotional Balance

A proven-effective program to help you:

  • Manage your fears
  • Communicate with your partner
  • Use powerful strategies to improve fertility

Barbara Blitzer, LCSW-C MEd


“Obstetrician–gynecologists have the opportunity to provide holistic care for their patients. This includes taking a comprehensive history, diagnosing and treating conditions that are identified with a comprehensive history and focused examinations, and providing evidence-based and evidence-informed clinical preventive services. Although components of a physical examination may not be required at a well-woman visit, obstetrician–gynecologists can play a critical role in engaging patients in shared decision making, encouraging and facilitating healthy behaviors, and counseling about a wide array of effective preventive health practices. There is great variability in how these services are offered among health care delivery systems, and obstetrician–gynecologists should work within their local systems to promote their role in providing primary and preventive care services for women.”

-American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) Committee Opinion, October 2018