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Apr
08
  1.   For Professionals
  2.    Public
  1.   8th Apr, 2021 1:00PM
Partners & Providers Roundtable is a ​​​​Virtual Discussion Group with Our Safe Landing Recovery Clinical Team Our virtual group offers you the opportunity to gain and share information about adole...
Partners & Providers Roundtable is a ​​​​Virtual Discussion Group with Our Safe Landing Recovery Clinical Team

Our virtual group offers you the opportunity to gain and share information about adolescent mental health, motivation, substance use, relationships and trauma.
  1.   1
Apr
26
  1.   For Professionals
  2.    Public
  1.   26th Apr, 2021 7:00PM - America/Denver
Have you found it difficult, confusing, tiring, or maybe even exhausting wearing your two hats day in and day out?... One as a therapist and the other as a parent?... I totally get it!!...as both a...
Have you found it difficult, confusing, tiring, or maybe even exhausting wearing your two hats day in and day out?... One as a therapist and the other as a parent?...

I totally get it!!...as both a therapist and a parent these past 15 years.

That's why on Monday, April 26th at 7 pm Mountain Daylight Time, I'll be offering you our first free one-hour webinar of 2021, Wearing Two Hats - Being a Therapist & a Parent.

Come learn, reflect, and discuss how to:

- Stay present with your clients after something impactful happens in your home
- Have more energy for your own kids
- Counsel children who are struggling with the same issues as your own kids
- Take off the pressure of being a "good parent" because you're a play therapist
- Give yourself the attention you deserve
- Reduce guilt or shame of not being able to help your own child when you're able to help other children
- And ultimately, discover ways to be the most important toy in both the playroom and in your own home!

Share this free event with the people in your life! (because you don't have to be a therapist and/or a parent to be wearing two hats in your life 😉)

I sincerely hope you'll join me. (Or if you can't make it, we'll send you a 7-day playback recording.)

With love on the journey 💜
Lisa
  1.   2
Apr
29
  1.   For Professionals
  2.    Public
  1.   29th Apr, 2021
The pandemic of grief will continue long after the virus is contained! Final farewells over FaceTime, drive-by burials, Zoom funerals... The pandemic has forced us to mourn loved ones in an unna...
The pandemic of grief will continue long after the virus is contained!

Final farewells over FaceTime, drive-by burials, Zoom funerals...

The pandemic has forced us to mourn loved ones in an unnatural and numbing way: alone.

Without contact and comfort from others... Without the rituals we’ve used for millennia to mourn... An alarming amount of grief is being prolonged and unresolved.

The mental and emotional impacts have yet to be understood...

But we do know that unresolved grief increases the risk of anxiety, depression, substance use, and post-traumatic stress disorder.

The impact of this pandemic of grief will linger for years... Making grief treatment a significant part of all future caseloads.

You are likely NOT prepared for this massive change heading your way.

None of us are.

That’s why we’ve brought together some of the biggest names and leading trainers in the field for this FREE online grief summit.

Sign Up for Free Today...

Know of a friend or colleague that would be interested in joining for free too? Please pass it on to spread the word and share the knowledge...

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Join world-renowned grief expert David Kessler, acclaimed author Claire Bidwell Smith, and six of our most accomplished grief trainers. They’ll guide you in overcoming the most demanding challenges of working with grief today.
  1.   2
Apr
29
  1.   For Professionals
  2.    Public
  1.   29th Apr, 2021 2:00PM - UTC
In this one-hour webinar, our panel of experts define sex & love addiction and discuss contributing factors, root causes and treatment options. Apr 29, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)...
In this one-hour webinar, our panel of experts define sex & love addiction and discuss contributing factors, root causes and treatment options.

Apr 29, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)


LEARNING OBJECTIVES INCLUDE:

Define the concept of sex and love addiction
Describe the etiology of sex and love addiction
Identify the attachment styles related to sex and love addiction
Discuss how to implement effective treatment plans and protocols
Describe common errors to avoid when treating sex and love addiction
Describe strategies for healthy sexual expression for the recovering person and their partner

1 CE Credit Offered*

  1.   1
May
18
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   18th May, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and ...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 

Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 

Topics to include:

  • Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
  • Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
  • Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
  • Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
  • The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
  • Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
  • Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
  • Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
  • Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
  • Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session

Day & Time Tuesdays at 6:00pm
Duration  60 minutes
Location Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.
Cost $30 per session
Age Requirement 18+
Minimum Number of People 5
Maximum Number of People 15
Start Date 5/11/21

 

  1.   1
May
22
  1.   Webinar
  2.    Public
  1.   22nd May, 2021 9:00AM - America/Denver
Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis. In the Mental...

Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis. In the Mental Health First Aid course, you learn risk factors and warning signs for mental health and addiction concerns, strategies for how to help someone in both crisis and non-crisis situations, and where to turn for help.  This training is geared towards parents, youth leaders, anyone that works with young people.

This 2-part online course supports people/community members to recognize signs/symptoms of mental health challenges in youth so they can be connected with appropriate professional support!

What You’ll Learn

  • Depression and mood disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Trauma
  • Psychosis
  • Substance Use disorders
  • Mental Health First Aid teaches about recovery and resiliency – the belief that individuals experiencing these challenges can and do get better, and use their strengths to stay well.

Interventions Learned

When you take a course, you learn how to apply the Mental Health First Aid action plan in a variety of situations, including when someone is experiencing:

  • Panic attacks
  • Suicidal thoughts or behaviors
  • Nonsuicidal self-injury
  • Acute psychosis (e.g., hallucinations or delusions)
  • Overdose or withdrawal from alcohol or drug use
  • Reaction to a traumatic event

The opportunity to practice — through role-plays, scenarios, and activities — makes it easier to apply these skills in a real-life situation.

Schedule

Part 1:  Saturday, May 22nd at 9am – 12pm

Part 2:  Saturday, May 29th at 9am – 12pm

Location

This event will be held online.  The day prior to the event all registered attendees will receive a link to join the web conference.

Instructor

Melanie Warning, LPC

Melanie is a licensed professional counselor and a certified Mental Health First Aid instructor.  To see Melanie’s full profile, click here.

 

Register Here

  1.   1
May
25
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   25th May, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Jun
01
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   1st Jun, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Jun
08
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   8th Jun, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Jun
15
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   15th Jun, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   2
Jun
22
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   22nd Jun, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Jun
29
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   29th Jun, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Jul
06
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   6th Jul, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Jul
13
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   13th Jul, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Jul
20
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   20th Jul, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Jul
27
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   27th Jul, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Aug
03
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   3rd Aug, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Aug
10
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   10th Aug, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Aug
17
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   17th Aug, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
  1.   1
Aug
24
  1.   Group Therapy
  2.    Public
  1.   24th Aug, 2021 6:00PM - America/Denver
  2. Recurring
This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the p...

This group is for women who are mothers (biological or adoptive) to babies who would like to have an environment free to express feelings, thoughts, discuss myths around the 'perfect' mother and the pressures mothers feel. 
Additionally, coping skills can be developed through using DBT, CBT, and interpersonal processing. 
Topics to include:

Mothering the New Mother – responding to emotional needs in the postpartum period
Postpartum Depression, Anxiety and Overwhelm – understanding your experience and developing coping skills
Fostering Emotional Connections and Attachment with your Baby
Self-Care: What moms can do to prioritize themselves in order to be more present, mental health medications and therapy, exercise, socializing, etc.
The Darker, Real Sides of Motherhood – What isn't always discussed openly
Challenging the "Myths of Motherhood" – The pressures to be 'perfect', mother's experiences, how there is no one set standard of mothering, culture, race, gender and sexual orientation, and ability as it impacts motherhood
Frustration, Anger, and Irritability (at ourselves, partners, and/or children)
Couples Care – maintaining connection and intimacy after the baby is born
Motherhood and our Childhoods – our fears and hopes as mothers in relation to how we were mothered
Establishing Boundaries - developing confidence to parent and set boundaries with various family members (i.e. mother-in-laws) and other people who overstep when it comes to parenting and motherhood preferences

 

$30 / per session



Day & Time
Tuesdays at 6:00pm


Duration 
60 minutes


Location
Online (Google Meets).  Link emailed for every session.


Cost
$30 per session


Age Requirement
18+


Minimum Number of People
5


Maximum Number of People
15


Start Date
5/11/21



 
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