You may think to yourself, "I'm supposed to be happy. What is wrong with me? Maybe what I'm feeling will go away on its own." From years of studying, practicing psychiatric care, and personally being faced with the ups and downs of infertility, pregnancy, and the rocky road of postpartum and parenting, we intimately know the shame that comes with suffering in silence. You don't have to.

Something isn't quite right, but you don't know what to do or where to go.


As women, we feel like we need to be everything to everyone. When focusing on the needs of others, we tend to push our needs to the side. Mix in pregnancy, work, school, raising a family, or trying to conceive, and the weight of it all begins to impact our mental wellbeing negatively. While it can be hard to admit, sometimes we need help. That's okay.

- feel like you -


We've been waiting for you

We work with you to create a medication plan that meets your lifestyle needs and gets you back on the path towards feeling like yourself again. While we do not offer talk therapy sessions, with your permission, we collaborate with your therapist to ensure the best outcome for your treatment and overall wellbeing. Don't have a therapist? No problem. You don't have to have a therapist to receive our services, but we strongly recommend seeing one. If you need a recommendation, don't hesitate to contact us. We would love to connect you with a therapist we know and trust.

What we do









After thoroughly reviewing the assessment, we name the issue that is negatively impacting your life through a thoughtfully considered and data-driven diagnosis. We equip you with education and resources, so you can best understand your individual experience.

In a one-on-one consulting session, we discuss your concerns, relevant history, and mental, emotional, physical, and social needs.

Given your needs and diagnosis, we provide you with multiple treatment options and discuss each one's risks and benefits. Together, we decide on the best course of action for you and begin treatment.

Mental health care is not a one-size-fits-all discipline. Finding the right medication plan for you can take a few rounds of adjustment and reevaluation. After your first visit, plan on following up in two to four weeks to discuss your experience with the treatment plan.

We don't want you to feel just okay. We want you to feel like you.

Start Feeling Better

All relationships are built on trust and common values. I want us to connect.

Equipped and eager to create a place where women can find balance and healing in the wake of motherhood and family planning, Jessica Oldham launched Rocky Mountain Mental Health.

At Rocky Mountain Mental Health, we combine evidence with empathy to create personalized treatment plans that meet your needs. There is no one-size-fits-all.

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Questions about how we can help?

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