Reaching out for help takes courage, particularly because this is done during a person’s most vulnerable moments. The therapeutic relationship with your chosen therapist is meaningful and important in helping to create lasting change and space for healing. Counseling can address many of life’s difficulties, including experiences with depression, anxiety, conflictual relationship and trauma. At Well-Mamas Counseling, we support you in addressing the challenges that matter the most to you.
A maternal community can help support many of the transitions experienced in becoming a mother. The profound identity shift, the push and pull of motherhood, and the often lonely existence of raising a child or children can leave mothers feeling disconnected from themselves and from other important relationships. At Well-Mamas Counseling, we offer modern wellness support groups and structured therapy groups where we incorporate the most recent researched-based education and tools for mothers seeking therapeutic change and support through this transformative journey.
~ Emotional Support
~ Regular Meetings & Community
~ Develop a Positive Mama Self-Image
~ Increase Confidence & Bond with Baby
Using researched-based strategies, our therapists help couples at various stages in their relationships. Couples learn to strengthen and/or rebuild their relationship and commitments to one another by gaining a better understanding of the needs of each partner. Our clinical staff is trained in utilizing the Gottman Method, to help support couples find greater relationship satisfaction.
~ Fundamentals of Communication
~ Nurturing Intimacy & Connection
~ Challenges of Pregnancy & Pregnancy Loss
~ Postpartum Care Plan
~ Adjusting to Life with Baby
Parenthood is hard; especially when culturally, parenting is often revered as the most fulling experience one can have. This myth of ‘natural’ parenting often leaves struggling parents feeling alone, frustrated, and with limited resources and an inadequate support system. It is difficult to navigate, understand, and meet the needs of children at every stage, while also honoring our own parental needs. So, whether you are a couple, a single-parent or are co-parenting, counseling can help support you with individualized tools and resources to meet the developmental and age-appropriate needs of your child.
~ Positive Parenting
~ Attachment Style
~ Individualized Supports to Match your Child’s Temperament
~ Fostering a Positive Relationship