Mental Health Education for New parents
(101) Get Ready:
Learn about how to set yourself up for better mental health after your baby comes. Learn about risk factors, symptoms, and prevention of prenatal and postpartum depression and anxiety, and when to get support should you need it. Also start self-care and relationship practices that will help you stay grounded and connected postpartum.
(102) Taking Care:
Adjusting to Parenthood
Join other new parents in normalizing all the natural ups and downs of this transition into parenthood. Find strategies for moving through grief, identity challenges, body changes, relationship changes, and the general emotional roller coaster. Solidify self-care practices and find your feet under you as you learn to adjust to being needed, and needing in a new way!
(103) Family Matters:
Strengthen your listening and communication skills in order to stay connected to your partner, your family, and others during what could feel like a isolating time. Develop new relational and emotional habits that will serve your partnership now and your children down the road.