The Village ICT is proud to have some of the best therapists in the area specializing in Perinatal Mental Health. Our top priority is making you feel comfortable and supported.
Our therapists have specialized training in areas such as infertility, pregnancy loss, postpartum depression and anxiety, and birth trauma. We use a range of evidence based treatment models to ensure you are receiving the most individualized care.
Peer Support Groups Groups:
Teen Group: Mondays at 4pm
Loss Group: Tuesdays at 1pm
Fertility Group: Tuesdays at 4pm
Postpartum Group: Wednesdays at 5:30pm
Pregnancy Group: Thursdays at 10am
Post-Abortion Group: for the confidentiality and safety of our clients, please email us at email@example.com for support group time and location
*All support groups are in-person. Should you not have access to transportation or cannot come in person, accommodations can be made.
Sarah Post, LSCSW
President and Therapist
I founded The Village in 2018 after years of working with women as a clinical social worker which allowed me first hand knowledge of the many barriers women face during this period. For over a decade I have been working with perinatal mental health as a psycotherapist. My areas of specialty include perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, with emphasis on pregnancy and infant loss. As a leader in this field I found that there weren't enough resources in Wichita to adequately meet the mental health needs of women. I created The Village to meet the needs of those women and families that have been unseen and underserved. My primary office is located in College HIll where I have my private practice. Besides therapy I also conduct trainings for professionals on topics related to perinatal mental health.
Tiffany Rohr, LMSW
Tiffany is an LMSW who is passionate about supporting women through all the challenges of pregnancy and motherhood. Tiffany Rohr grew up in Kansas and married her high school sweetheart. After five years struggling to conceive, Tiffany experienced two difficult pregnancies and births followed by severe postpartum depression. She credits these challenges and recovery as the driving force behind her passion to bring awareness to mental health issues relating to childbearing and the societal stigma women face. Tiffany received her MSW from Wichita State University in 2019 and has worked as a medical social worker for the past three years. As a military family, the Rohrs enjoy traveling the world together and creating memories. Tiffany has been fortunate enough to call Florida, Nebraska, Georgia, and Kansas home. When she's not traveling, you'll find Tiffany bird-watching in her favorite hammock. Tiffany looks forward to being part of your recovery story with The Village ICT.
Lauren Lahn, LCP
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Kansas and received my Bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado and my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Regent University. I have previously worked in community mental health and substance abuse agencies as well as in private practice settings. I have a heart for clients that struggle particularly with postpartum depression and anxiety, birth trauma, and infant loss.
My experience includes working with individuals who struggle with high amounts of stress, relationship difficulties, postpartum depression, infant loss, anxiety, depression, grief, life transitions, trauma, anger management and parenting issues.
I am very excited to be part of the team at The Village and l am thrilled to be working with a client population that I am most passionate about.
I have always wanted to empower people to live their best lives comfortably. I believe that everyone holds value and want people to recognize that. I am passionate about women’s issues as well as body image and health. I am excited to grow this year at the Village to help fulfill my goals.
Taylor Stout, LMSW
I began working with The Village in August of 2019 as a practicum student through the Wichita State University MSW program. I was brought on as their Outreach Coordinator in May of 2021. Being at the Village has brought me so much joy to be able to see women striving to be their best selves. I am very passionate about women's empowerment and my experiences at The Village help me with that. I love working on our social media, getting clients where they should be, and networking with other organizations. My favorite part about The Village is the people that I get to work with and the women I get to serve. I'm so thankful and humbled to be a part of this organization.
Being a new mama, and having walked through 2 miscarriages and 5 years of infertility. Everything The Village stands for is near to my heart. I am so excited to be stepping back into the nonprofit world. Even more excited to be part of a team full of amazing women!
The Village ICT
The mission of The Village is to build community awareness through advocacy and education, and to promote social support and treatment of mental health issues related to childbearing throughout Southern Kansas.
Our focus is on removing treatment barriers for those suffering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. These include postpartum depression and anxiety, and mental health complications related to infertility, pregnancy loss, and/or infant loss. Our work includes reducing stigma by building awareness, improving quality care by educating mental health providers, and providing direct service for those with limited resources. We are grounded in the belief that it takes a village to care for each other. No one should feel alone. You are not alone!
1 in 7 Mothers experience depression or anxiety during pregnancy or postpartum.
Postpartum mood and anxiety disorders (PMADS) are the number one complication of childbirth.
Fathers can get depressed and anxious after the birth of a child too.
Infertility, pregnancy loss, and infant loss can create sadness and anger that might lead to depression.
Many people who experience these problems do not seek help because they worry about being judged, or they simply don’t know where to go.
No one should suffer alone. What you are going through is understandable and treatable.