Therapy for Moms
Do you feel like you lost yourself in this new world of motherhood?
Like everyone around you seems to make it look so easy, but it's the opposite?
You aren't alone and we are here to help.
Motherhood is tough,
but so are you.
Support for New Moms
Being a mom isn't something we are born knowing how to do, nor is it something you need to do alone. We provide support and therapy for new moms just like you! Becoming a new mom can be one of the most exciting times in your life, but it can also be overwhelming and anxiety producing.
Therapy is a place to talk openly about how you are feeling, and to learn new skills and strategies on how to thrive in motherhood.
"No one even mentioned it. In 9 whole months not one person said, You're about to meet someone entirely new,
and it's not your baby, it's going to be you."
From the Fourth Trimester Collective
Types of Therapy
We offer a variety of different types of support, because we know therapy isn't a one size fits all approach.
Types of Therapy:
One on One Counseling
Baby and Mom Classes
Support for Moms of Older Kids
Balancing work, kids activities, and home responsibilities can feel like a full time job say the least. The big kid years are fast paced and require a lot of mental energy to keep up! New friends, new experiences and changes can leave a mom feeling like she's failing, but you aren't. Support for moms shouldn't go away once your child is out of diapers. We are here to help you navigate every stage of motherhood, and to help you find yourself along the way.
Moms and Mental Health Facts
It's common! Depression and anxiety in new moms isn't rare, in fact, nearly 1 in 8 moms will experience depression or anxiety after birth.
Symptoms can include:
Feeling angry, restless, or irritable
Lack of interest in the baby
Racing or scary thoughts
Dread that something bad will happen
Appetite and sleep disturbance
Crying and sadness
Feeling guilt, shame or hopelessness
Loss of interest in things you once enjoyed
Possible thoughts of harming the baby or yourself
These feelings can start any time during pregnancy up to one year after birth.
Know that you aren't alone, and with help you can feel better and thrive in motherhood!
Let's Work Together
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