Is motherhood the experience you expected it to be? For many women both their pregnancy and/or the year after having a baby can be very stressful.
Are you pregnant and wondering what life will be like when this new baby arrives?
Pregnant with your second and worried how your first born will adapt and how will you cope with two?
Feeling that your relationships with your partner, family and friends has brought changes and all the changes the baby has brought to your family?
You are not alone in feeling this way.
Join me for the next Emotional Wellness For New Moms Workshop
This workshop provides a safe and non-judgmental way to discuss the demands of motherhood and how your life and relationships have or will change. We often lose sight of our own needs when we are a mom and as well as looking at the challenges parenting brings, we will talk about ways you can look after yourself emotionally so you have the emotional reserves to look after your family.
It is appropriate for both first-time and more experienced moms. Babies welcome.
Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 at 1pm – 2.30pm
3400 Dundee Rd. , Suite 245, Northbrook
The workshop is free and babies welcome too.
Call 847 791-7722 to pre-register by Monday Sept 18th.
Dr. Sarah Allen has 20+ years helping women transition to being the mom they want to be.
In her Northbrook office in the North Suburbs of Chicago or via telephone or online counseling she offers the most convenient way for you to access support and help.
You are not alone in feeling like this!
For more information about the workshop or to talk with her about how counseling can be useful to your particular circumstances.
If you want to read more about maternal mental health download the FREE Guide To Pregnancy & Postpartum Stress, Anxiety & Depression. It is full of information about symptoms, different types of maternal mood disorders and advice about what to do to start feeling like yourself again.
Dr. Sarah Allen has 20+ years experience as a psychologist helping women transition to being the mom they want to be. She is also the Director of the Postpartum Depression Alliance of IL, a non-profit offering info and support to pregnant and postpartum moms and their families.
In her Northbrook office, in the North Suburbs of Chicago, or via telephone or online counseling she offers the most convenient way for you to access support and help.
If you have questions after reading this article or the Guide To Pregnancy & Postpartum Stress, Anxiety & Depression or have any questions about how counseling can be useful to your particular circumstances please contact me at 847 791-7722 or on the form below.