ROWEN Specialty Clinic for Women

Rowen: The second crop of grass or hay in a season; aftermath.


Entering into motherhood may go differently than planned. The journey may come with experiences that are unexpected, challenging, and maybe even lonely to navigate.

At ROWEN, we offer individual and group therapy services to meet you where you are in your journey, whether you are experiencing pregnancy loss, infertility, or perinatal/postpartum anxiety or depression.

You are not alone.



ROWEN Co-Founders

Amy Young, PsyD MSEd HSP

Dr. Young has been a practicing psychologist since 2011, after receiving her doctoral degree (PsyD) from Carlow University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. She obtained her Master’s in Education (MSEd) from Duquesne University in 2002 and her undergraduate degree (BS) in psychology from Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1999. She received her Health Service Provider (HSP) licensure designation from the state of Kentucky in 2013 and her Perinatal Mental Health Certification (PMH-C) in 2021.

Dr. Young has been a full-time professor at Spalding University in Louisville, KY since 2012. She currently holds the rank of Associate Professor and is tenured.

Dr. Young is also the Director of Clinical Training at Spalding University, overseeing all of the clinical placements in the School of Professional Psychology for both the undergraduate and doctoral programs.

Dr. Young currently serves as the co-chair of the Institute for Women’s and Gender Studies at Spalding University. She helped to launch that organization, bringing together faculty focused on research into those issues from multiple disciplines across campus.

Dr. Young co-founded the ROWEN Specialty Clinic for Women devoted to psychological treatment interventions for infertility stressors, grief and loss related to pregnancy, and perinatal mental health concerns. The ROWEN clinic provides both direct services to the community and potential training rotations for the doctoral students in the Spalding University program. Dr. Young is passionate about training the next generation of psychologists to have greater familiarity with these concerns.

She is also the co-chair and one of the founding executive board members of the Kentucky State Chapter of Postpartum Support International. She guided the Kentucky chapter to be chosen for the national Mind the Gap-State Policy Training Series which will be held in the Fall of 2023.

Dr. Young is a member of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and participates in their ongoing training and consultation opportunities.

Dr. Young presents frequently on broad perinatal mental health concerns, vulnerable populations for prenatal and postpartum issues, and postpartum mental health complications.

Dr. Young is also the mother of twins and has personally experienced the challenges of miscarriages, high-risk births, NICU stays and other unexpected events on the journey of motherhood.

Norah Chapman, PhD HSP

Dr. Chapman currently serves as the Director and a Clinical Supervisor at CBH, as well as the Associate Chair of Spalding University’s School of Professional Psychology. She earned her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from the University of Kentucky. Her primary research interests are in evaluating components of psychotherapy process and outcome, both in person and via telepsychology, to develop evidence-based practices that increase the access to and quality of mental health care amongst underserved populations. Although Dr. Chapman uses an integration of interpersonal process, cognitive behavioral therapy, and mindfulness theories to inform her work, her clinical approach is ultimately informed by a client-directed outcome-informed (CDOI) model. She is currently a member of the APA Division 17 Section for the Promotion of Psychotherapy Science, is involved with the Society for Psychotherapy Research and the KPA.

Group Therapy


Infertility and Pregnancy Loss Support Group

Women experiencing pregnancy loss or infertility often feel like they are suffering alone. This therapy group will provide an atmosphere of validation and understanding for women facing these challenges.

Meets virtually on Thursdays at noon. Sessions cost $20.

Email [email protected] or submit an appointment request if interested!