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Find Your Village

Happy parents, happy kiddos, healthy families 
Forest Road

Getting Help

We can all use a little support and help sometimes.  Raising a family is tough under the most ideal of circumstances, and if things aren't aligning the way you thought they would you can start to feel lost, alone, or frustrated.


There are many things that can make your road challenging. My goal is to help you meet your goals by providing the support, resources, and skills you and/or your child need.  Let me be your starting point in the journey to finding your village. Reach out below, send an email to or call/text 502.337.7322 to get things started 


Perinatal Mental Health

Focusing on mental health issues arising during pregnancy and the post-partum period (1 year post delivery). Including couples adjusting to parenthood or growing families, and NICU involvement

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Parent-Child Dyad Therapy

Focusing on attachment and bonding between caregivers and children ages birth to 8

Mother and Daughter Love



Focusing on children and adolescents ages birth to 18

Able to work with adults of all ages navigating life changes and stressors

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Early Childhood Mental Health Services

Focusing on the birth to 5 population by providing consultation services and training clock hours to childcare settings 

Therapy Sessions
My Approach

I believe in meeting you where you are and working together to get you to where you want to be.  I have formal training, advanced certifications, and a diverse background of tools to add to your life experience and help move you and your family forward to reach your goals.

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About me

I fully believe that it takes a village to raise a child.  It also takes a village to raise a family because parents need support too!  I want to help you find that support, make those connections, and learn all the skills to thrive and grow your village.

Stephanie Adamkin Delambre, M.S
 Licensed Psychological Practitioner
Everything will be O.K in the end, if it's not O.K it's not the end.

Indian Proverb

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