Depression, Anxiety, and OCD Therapy


Finding Your Way through depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and other mental health struggles

“Sometimes when you’re in a dark place you think you’ve been buried. You’ve actually been planted.”- Christine Caine

There may be times in our lives when mental health struggles take hold of us and make things feel impossible, hopeless, or very, very dark. Depression, sadness, OCD, stuckness, anxiety, immense overwhelm, whatever you want to call it, is a form of being lost in the dark. It isn’t a momentary experience but a perpetual one that diminishes how you engage in this world. Although it may feel this way, you are not alone.

Our approach to treating mental health struggles


Because wounding often happens in relationship, it is also in relationship where healing best occurs. Therapeutic support and guidance are key to supporting the healing process. We are not meant to heal alone; humans are simply not designed that way. Our practitioners provide a compassionate and understanding place for you to be yourself and to explore healthier ways of being in relationship with both yourself and others. Whether it’s through art therapy, somatic trauma work, mindfulness-based counseling or any other modality we offer, the therapeutic relationship is an important component in recovering. We encourage you to reach out, even if doing so feels a little scary, edgy, or vulnerable. We will meet you wherever you are in your process, and we are not afraid of the dark.


Our licensed mental health professionals, as well as our Medical Director, are here to advise you on if psychedelic therapy is right for you. We will not approve you for treatment unless:

  • Psychedelic medicines are safe for you, both psychologically as well as medically
  • We believe you are likely to receive significant benefits from treatment

Each of the psychedelic medicines we work with (ketamine, psilocybin mushrooms, psychedelic cannabis, and natural DMT) offer unique benefits as well as experiences. Our evidence-based approach will help guide you in creating a treatment plan that’s right for you.

“We’re all just walking each other home.”- Ram Dass


When to get emergency help

While Medicinal Mindfulness is not available for 24-hour emergency crisis support, your community does have a wonderful pool of resources available to you if you are in need of urgent help. If you think you may harm yourself or attempt suicide, call 911 or your local emergency number immediately.
Also consider these options if you’re having suicidal thoughts:

  • Reach out to a close friend or loved one.
  • Call your doctor or mental health professional.
  • Call a suicide hotline number — in the U.S., call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (1-800-273-8255). Use that same number and press “1” to reach the Veterans Crisis Line.
  • If in Colorado, call the Colorado Crisis Line for support and local resources at 1-844-493-8255
  • Contact a minister, spiritual leader or someone else in your faith community.

If you have a loved one who is in danger of suicide or has made a suicide attempt, make sure someone stays with that person. Call 911 or your local emergency number immediately. Or, if you think you can do so safely, take the person to the nearest hospital emergency room.