Therapy for Moms

New Moms

If there is anything that can stir up some deep, confusing emotional space; it’s motherhood. For the first time or the fifth; a new baby resets the family norm and causes each family member to have to shift and adjust in response. Sometimes it seems like everyone has an opinion on what kind of mom you should be, but maybe you’re not so sure yourself. Therapy is a wonderful place to sort out these changes and pressures of new motherhood. I know how hard childcare can be, so non-mobile infants are always welcome in session!

Seasoned Pros

You may be the mom of teenagers and up until now everything was going wonderfully… and then something changed. If you feel like suddenly you just aren’t connecting with your children the same way or if you keep having the same conflict with your teen every single day; therapy might be a good place to flesh that out. Maybe you are almost an empty nester and wondering what that means for your life? Let’s talk.

Pregnancy and Postpartum Mood and Anxiety Disorders

Therapy is highly effective for these conditions. If you’re feeling intrusive thoughts, sadness, depression, disconnection from your infant, or like you’ll never feel better again then it is worth an evaluation for a postpartum mood disorder. Therapy is a safe, judgement free zone to express these thoughts and feelings. I know how hard childcare can be, so non-mobile infants are always welcome in session!