MATERNAL HEALING GROUPs

Create real connections, with real moms

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Expressive Arts Postpartum Support Group

"Making the decision to have a child -- It is momentous. it is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body." - Elizabeth Stone

Newborns are hard, sleep is hard, parenting is hard, marriages are hard. Actually, sometimes it’s all hard. It can take a lot of work to keep going. Sometimes at the end of any day you just need someone to say "I see you. I hear you". The focus of these groups are connection, expression, coping, and finding yourself through mindfulness and expressive art*. This is a welcoming, supportive group, providing you with self-knowledge and tools for your journey through motherhood. 


Support Group Topics Include:

Week ONE: Sense of Self
Week TWO: Intense Emotions & Coping
Week THREE: Exaustion
Week FOUR: Communication
Week FIVE: Expectations & Boundaries
Week SIX: Mindfulness
Week SEVEN: Self Care
Week EIGHT: Staying Grounded & Wrap Up

Investment $170
The 8 weeks will be spent:

  • Connecting….lots of connecting, connecting with yourself & other moms
  • Dialogue with other moms
  • Reflecting & journaling
  • Guided mindful exercises
  • Intimate setting, maximum 6 moms



REASONS TO JOIN:

  • Create connections with other moms and anything can happen, this might be the start of a lifelong friendship
  • Learn from each other & celebrate milestones
  • Get a handle on the challenges of motherhood
  • Have a  reason to leave the house
  • Be seen & heard
 

CANT COMMIT TO THE 8 WEEKS?  Try the drop-in group Mindful Mothering.

PRIVATE SUPPORT:

Are you drawn to this type of support but these dates/times don't work for you? I offer this 8 week course in a private setting as well. Contact me to make arrangements.


DISCLAIMER: This is not a crisis center. The information and resources provided are not a substitute for medical evaluation, treatment or consultation. If you have a medical concern, please contact your care provider. There is no endorsement or recommendation for the use of any specific medication, treatment modality, or parenting style.