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If you work with new moms, their babies, or their partners...

This is a resource you are going to want to share!

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We see new parents struggling. We just haven't had the resources to provide the support they need...until now.

  • At least 1 in 7 moms will experience postpartum depression. Rates in minority and disadvantaged populations may be as high as 1 in 3. 

  • An estimated 1 in 10 fathers experiences postpartum depression.

  • If a mom experiences postpartum depression, there is a 50% chance that her non-birthing partner will also experience postpartum depression.

  • Up to 90% of new parents will experience intrusive anxious thoughts that are disturbing and cause distress.

  • As many as 1 in 4 parents who have NICU experience will endorse symptoms of post-traumatic stress.

  • A woman's greatest lifetime risk for psychiatric hospitalization is in the first year postpartum.

  • Postpartum depression can affect moms with any pregnancy.

  • Suicide is one of the three leading causes of maternal death.

  • Depression and mood disorders can occur during pregnancy.

  • 50% of women with bipolar disorder are first diagnosed in the postpartum period.

Did you know...the provider most often in a position to recognize a new parent needs support is actually not their PCP? 

It is essential that every provider who encounters new parents knows how to screen and refer parents for mental health support. Check out my free webinar and I will show you how to do this in any setting.

A contributing factor to maternal mood and anxiety symptoms throughout pregnancy and postpartum is the mom's perceived support. 

As healthcare providers working under the constraints of our system, it is difficult to provide the level of support a client needs in the typical office encounter-even if the client is receiving regular psychotherapy.  

Medical providers do not typically have the training (or time) needed to provide mental health support and patients do not have the training to understand and ask for the support they need.

It is essential that moms (and dads) receive the mental health support they need in their day-to-day lives!

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Wouldn't it be nice if...

When you encounter a mom who is experiencing distress, including mood or anxiety symptoms in pregnancy or the postpartum experience, you could provide a resource to help her and her partner start building mental health knowledge and skills.

If you are working with a mom and her partner to also have services (which are not available logistically), wouldn't it be nice to have a resource for her partner that is available anytime and anywhere?

Now you can!

MIND that Momma Workshop

A practical and engaging online workshop where I train the partners of new moms how to best support their partner and develop their own mental health skills. EVERY mom needs support.

Knowledge. Power. Hope. Support...for your clients and their partners.

Wait...Who is this for?!

I'm glad you asked! This course is directed to anyone supporting a new mom (whether it is her first baby or 5th). However, you will quickly find that this is a course that works for both parents.  While each lesson "speaks to" the non-birthing partner, the lessons apply to both parents and are great conversation starters for their path to connection and mental wellbeing.

A really common scenario when I work with clients is a request that I explain whatever is going on with the client's partner. 

Another common scenario is "I want help but I don't want to ask for it and right now I'm too frustrated to be able to speak my needs with kindness. Honestly, I don't think I should have to. It should be apparent without my asking."

And finally, "He's trying. I can see he's trying but it doesn't matter, I'm tired and angry no matter what. I don't know how to explain what I need when I don't understand myself."

My favorite way for clients to utilize this workshop is for the supporting partner (non-birthing partner) to take the workshop on their own and take time after each lesson to share and discuss what they learned with their partner.


This workshop is for your clients and their partners!

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How do I connect my clients?

The first step is normalizing accessing care and assessing your clients. If you aren't sure how to do this, check out my free webinar.

Once you know you have a client who could benefit from support. (It is safe to assume this is an universal need for new parents), connecting your clients to this amazing resource cannot be simpler. 

Simply print and share the brochure or share the brochure link through your patient portal.

Clients can 


Print, download or share the brochure link with your clients!

When your clients enroll today, they'll get instant access to:

  • The ENTIRE MIND that Momma online partner workshop

  • 8 Core Milestones of engaging material broken into 18 smaller lessons so that you can access the material on your time and at your pace.

  • Topics covered: 

    • Introduction into Mindfulness

    • Introduction into Values Based Choices (ACT congruent)

    • Signs and symptoms of mental illness, when to seek professional medical assistance, how to access care, recommended resources

    • Paternal strengths (strength-based CBT)

    • Defusion from cultural myths of motherhood

    • Common cognitive distortions during the postpartum period

    • Sleep, Nutrition, Physical activity, and more...​

  • Additional handouts and guides (free of charge) that combined make up a comprehensive workbook!

    Most importantly, they will receive the confidence and skills needed to immediately begin turning what can be a painful and isolating situation into a journey of connection and recovery.

Course Objectives...

Not only will your patient and their partner better understand what is happening and practical ways to show meaningful support, but they will also build skills that will be transferable to so many other areas of their life...

  • Develop a foundational mindset for times of crisis or transition.

  • Learn the target pillars of mental well-being.

  • Explore your own transition to the parent-role and what this means to you as an individual.

  • Learn how to set and maintain healthy boundaries.

  • Communicate more respectfully and effectively.

  • And more….

This workshop is an excellent supplement to traditional medical care and therapy!

Course Curriculum...

Information you can trust.

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Will my clients be able to afford this?

For less than 1 mental health appointment, your clients can access hours of training, including accompanying guides and resources, a value of $989 for only $189.

Most common response of experienced parents: "I wish I had this sooner! EVERY parent needs support"!

Support is waiting...ENROLL TODAY!

Do I have to live in VA or NC to take this workshop?

No. This workshop is evergreen and does not include a 1-on-1 component so it is available to anyone in the United States.

Does my partner have to be a patient to take this workshop?

No. This workshop does not include a 1-on-1 component and does not establish a patient-provider relationship.

Does this workshop replace therapy?

No. A workshop is a very different format of support. It is a great augmentation for therapy and perfect for people who do not have time or cannot afford traditional therapy but would benefit from support.

How long does this workshop take?

Each lesson includes a 10-20 minute video component and an accompanying workbook activity. I recommend at least 1 lesson/week and that you and your partner take the time to discuss the lesson (although this is optional). 

Do I have to be a patient to take this workshop?

No. This workshop does not include a 1-on-1 component and does not establish a patient-provider relationship.

Are there refunds for this workshop?

No. Due to the electronic nature of the workshop, refunds are not offered. You have full access to the entire workshop immediately upon purchase and have 6 months to complete the program at your own pace.

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