Women’s Mental Health Care
I Believe You. You are Enough.
Sometimes, being a woman is really damn hard.
- Periods. That’s self explanatory.
- Birth or not to birth. Either way, you’re fucked becuase someone has an opinion about it.
- Postpartum depression and paripartum depression (meaning, mental health issues during pregnancy (yes this is a thing and you are not crazy if you’re experiencing this)).
- Personal agency about our bodies.
- We’re still not paid equally.
- Physical safety.
- Hormonal mood swings are a bitch.
- IUDs…. (if you’ve been violated by an IUD experience, you just come talk to me).
- Undiagnosed ADHD/Autism becuase most studies about neurodiversity do not include women.
- Undiagnosed underlying health issues that might be impacting your mental health on top of your physical health now.
- Being taken seriously by a doctor about… well… anything.
I can keep going, but the bottom line is that we deserve better. This all has pretty massive impact on mental health and does deserve someone who understands the nuances of women’s mental health.
Whether you need a safe space to cry, vent, get a diagnosis, navigate getting psychiatric care, etc., you deserve to be taken seriously and trusted that you know what you’re talking about.
I can’t say this loud enough; I believe you. You are enough.
My name is Tasha Domashovetz. I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and have been in practice for 9 years now (which is weird because I could’ve sworn I was only in college yesterday). My main specialty is in a counseling method called Psychodynamic Therapy. It is highly relational and focuses on helping my clients build insight into what’s happening in their lives which creates a significant amount of relief and ability to make the changes we want to see. I also like that this therapy fundamentally puts my clients in the driver’s seat and we’ll only cover topics you steer us towards when you are ready. There is no rush.
The topics I specialize in are ADHD, Autism (neurodiversity in general), Depression, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Career Coaching/Advocacy, and trauma.
When you work with me, I will work very hard to make sure that you have a safe haven in all of this chaos.
I believe you.
You are enough.
Insurances I take: United Healthcare, Optum, Aetna, Cigna, Oscar, Oxford, Lucent Health Summit County Government Plan, Building Hope Scholarships, Mountain Strong EAP, and Olivia’s Fund. I also offer superbills to submit to insurance (which I will teach you how to use if needed).