Home-based maternal wellness
Postpartum doesn’t magically end at 6 weeks. It doesn’t even end at 6 months. We must look at the postpartum period as an entire year filled with adjustment, identity transformation, and complex change. No matter what stage of the postpartum experience you’re in, emotional and mental health support is so valuable in setting you up for success and gently easing you into the transition to motherhood (or motherhood again).
Packaged sessions are offered at a discounted rate. Weekly and biweekly sessions available. Choose what’s best for you and sign up!
Perhaps the idea of signing up for ongoing therapy is overwhelming, or maybe you need a bit of extra help as you adjust to a new role. Try signing up for a one-time wellness drop-in for emotional support, education, and guidance in creating a plan for coping and moving forward.
Sign up yourself or gift a wellness drop-in to a friend who might be struggling. Support from a trained mental health therapist is often more valuable than a traditional gift from a baby registry!
Counseling can be helpful at any stage of motherhood. If you’re a working mom or someone with a busy schedule, this might be great for you.
Self Compassion and Mindfulness-based Therapy: develop skills to be less judgmental towards ourselves and learn to live more in the present rather than dwelling in the past or future.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: learn skills to challenge and change negative thinking patterns to promote positive feelings and behavioral changes.
EMDR Therapy: reprocess past memories, birth trauma, or difficult experiences contributing to today’s problems.
Being a mom is hard. Being a boss is hard. And being both? Well, sometimes it feels impossible. And yet, we keep pushing because we have an entrepreneurial spirit inside of us, a fierce love for our children, and we believe both are possible.
“Blossom Moms” will receive 1-on-1 peer support* during the pregnancy and/or postpartum period from trained “Mentor Mom” volunteers. Peer support includes listening, understanding, empathy, companionship and friendship. Blossom will match a Mentor Mom with a Blossom Mom based on their responses to questionnaires. They will connect for:
“Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn’t know you had and dealing with fears you didn’t know existed.”—Linda Wooten
Current: Pregnancy and Postpartum Moods and Challenges Support Group. Please visit Blossom Birth for more information and to sign up today.
This group is for anyone struggling with challenges and mood changes while trying to get pregnant, during pregnancy, and/or after birth. Some women in the group may have a diagnosis of prenatal or postpartum anxiety or depression while others may just find the challenges of motherhood different than expected. You are welcome to come with or without your baby!
Currently available for mental health speaking engagements to perinatal organizations sharing my postpartum journey and providing professional resources.
Birth Circle for Motherhood Stories: An opportunity to gather with others who have given birth and share your birth experience in a therapeutic environment.
Subscribe for the Motherhood Map and learn tools for navigating the first year
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