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    Our Values

    Map Your Care was formed in 2021 to help change the culture of how illness, dying and grief are talked about in our society. Coping with these parts of life is challenging enough–we don’t need the additional stigma of a taboo approach! Through the use of creative approaches that celebrate connection above all–like narrative, nature and mindfulness-based interventions–we can help you live your fullest life, no matter what your path looks like.


    Whether you're ready to dive right in to some tough conversations or feeling intimidated and skeptical, We meet you where you're at. Together, we can navigate any fears you or your loved ones might have and help align your life to reflect what truly matters to you.


    Whether you're joining us on a guided hike, an Earth altar workshop, or interested in eco-friendly options for your funeral or memorial service, Map Your Care leans into the cycles and lessons we find in nature for a truly connected experience.


    We have far more similarities between us than differences! Map Your Care honors the unique differences in all of us and seeks to highlight the strengths of different cultures and perspectives. These differences only enhance our understanding of illness, dying and grief expressions.

    Bonnie Herrmann, MSSW, LCSW, ACHP-SW

    Owner and Clinical Therapist

    My passion for working in healthcare and with those at end of life started from when I was young. My mom was a hospice nurse when I was growing up and her continued compassion for others is something I’ve proudly absorbed.

    While I’m fortunate to still have my mom with me, I’ve now counseled many who unfortunately can’t say the same. Grief and Illness hits us all differently, and my social work education helps me to see both the beauty and challenge of this and be able to pivot to support you in a way that you need most.

    I’ve been companioning those with illness for over 10 years, with 6 years as a hospice social worker. I’ve dedicated my entire professional career to this work, and enjoy leaning into some of the toughest conversations most of us will ever have. I frequently draw on techniques from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), education, and mindfulness. 

    I enjoy camping, backpacking, hiking, biking, a good picnic, and finding the most beautiful Colorado sunset spots.


    Master of Science in Social Work (MSSW)

    The University of Texas at Austin (2013)

    Bachelor of Social Work (BSW)

    The University of Texas at Austin (2011)

    Certifications & Licensure

    Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

    Advanced Certified Hospice & Palliative Social Worker (ACHP-SW)

    Professional Affiliations

    National Association of Social Workers, Member

    Social Work Hospice & Palliative Care Network, Member

    Colorado Society for Clinical Social Work, Member

    Abigail Brown, MSSW, LCSW

    Contracted Clinical Therapist

    I have 10+ years of experience working with those across the spectrum of life stages, from babies in the NICU through aging adults in nursing facilities. My experience working in a variety of health care settings and community-based mental health settings helps me to meet your unique needs while also understanding the barriers and challenges you might be facing. I specialize in supporting people experiencing: physical health issues, including chronic pain, progressive/advanced illness, and end of life; grief and loss; medical trauma through the lifespan, including pregnancy loss and complications; caregiving for someone with a physical illness and/or serious mental illness. 

    I draw on a a variety of therapeutic approaches including a strong trauma-informed perspective. I often incorporate harm reduction techniques, education, Family Systems Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Interviewing. 

    I strongly believe that each person is the expert on themselves and I’m passionate about helping people to develop coping skills to navigate major life changes. I view my role as knowing the range of tools that might be helpful; whether this is your first time seeking counseling or you’ve already got a good foundation, we’ll utilize your self-expertise and work together to build on what you’ve already put in place and shed what’s not working for you. 

    In my free time, I love spending time with my two young children and watching professional wrestling. 


    Master of Science in Social Work (MSSW)

    Columbia University (2016)

    Bachelor of Arts (BA)

    The University of Chicago (2008)

    Certifications & Licensure

    Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)

    Advanced training in Evidence-Based Practice in Mental Health from The New York State Office of Mental Health

    Professional Affiliations

    CHCA Spotlight on Excellence 2020 Social Services Professional of the Year, Nominee September, 2020

    National Association of Social Workers, Member

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