​ I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) passionate about helping clients and their families navigate transitions specific to pregnancy and parenthood. I earned my degree from the Graduate School of Social Work at the University of Denver with a clinical focus in family systems and a graduate certificate in interpersonal trauma studies.

In 2019, I earned my certificate as a Perinatal Mental Health Specialist through Postpartum Support International. I am currently completing the Harris Fellowship in Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health through CU Department of Psychiatry.

In addition to private practice, I am a perinatal social worker at SCL Health supporting clients and their families from preconception through the first year postpartum with an emphasis on high risk pregnancies, perinatal mood complications, parenting medically fragile infants and NICU babies, pregnancy and newborn loss, and parent-child dyadic work.

The life transition and developmental phase of parenthood, including the joys and emotional pains, allow for personal awareness and self-exploration unlike any other time in our lives. I strive to promote opportunities for self-discovery within a caring, authentic and safe environment to optimize the health and well-being of the entire family.

Sarah G. Rasche, LCSW, PMH-C

I have earned a Certificate of Completion in Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorder from Postpartum Support International. Please visit www.postpartum.net for local and national resources in the perinatal period. 

Anchored Denver

Counseling and Consultation Services

**Anchored Denver is not currently accepting new clients. We anticipate the ability to open our client panel in the Summer of 2020. Thank you! **