March 10 @ 9:15 AM - 10:00 AM
An event every week that begins at 9:15 AM on Wednesday, repeating until March 31, 2021
Motherhood is fraught with challenges, complex emotions, and constant changes. Whether you are an expecting, new, or experienced mother, many of us are anxious, depleted, and in need of a safe place and understanding support.
Group Facilitator, Krista Maltais, is an Advanced Postpartum Doula, mother of two, and has a personal history with anxiety, depression, depletion, and recuperation. Join Krista for this no-judgment, no-advice (unless wanted), safe, and supportive group to share stories, resources, and encouragement as mothers.
Topics for discussion may include:
Recognizing signs and symptoms of perinatal mental health complications and postnatal depletion
Changing identities and relationships
Local and virtual professionals
The difference between kind and reflective self-care practices
Treatment options – from natural remedies to pharmaceuticals
The difference between depletion and depression
The brain, belly, body connection
Coping skills and overcoming anxieties
Exploring the important concept of Matrescense
Cost: Pay What You Can
This group is by sustained by your generous contributions that go towards cleaning supplies, beverages, space rental and the facilitator’s time. Thank you!