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Newborn

Perinatal
Mental Health Support
for Parents

Every parent and baby are a linked system.
When you take care of yourself,
you're taking care of your baby at the same time.

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Welcome! 
We're so happy you are here. 

We are Amy (Mental Health Coach/Doula) &
Erin (Therapist) - the duo that created Life With Baby.

We are here to support you through the emotional challenges of fertility, pregnancy, adoption, surrogacy, postpartum, and adapting to your life with a baby.

Our approach in working with parents is based on evidence-based care, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) tools, empathy and compassion. You deserve to be supported as much as you support your baby.

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Let's Work Together

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80 page workbook supports both the birthing parent and partner/support person. Includes education on  postpartum depression and anxiety, mental health plan templates, realistic coping skills, and practical tips for self care, support, nutrition and sleep. 

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1:1 virtual session to provide a safe space to discuss how you are feeling. Learn coping skills and receive an action plan to help you feel better. This is helpful for anxiety, depression, birth trauma, loss/grief, relationships, NICU parents, and life/career transitions. 

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1:1 virtual session to create and discuss your written pregnancy/postpartum mental health plan leveraging the Life With Baby Workbook. For both the birthing parent and partner/support person.

Expecting

1:1 virtual session to learn the essentials to care for your baby including physical care and what to expect, techniques for soothing your baby, newborn sleep, diapering, bathing, and the emotional transition into parenthood.

Have questions? Want to make sure this support is right for you?
Schedule a free consult to get all the answers you need.
We would love to connect with you! 

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Hospital
Systems

Large scale implementation of the Life With Baby workbook and customized mental health classes for prenatal, antepartum & postpartum patients, and parents with a baby in the NICU. Training and support for hospital staff.

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Professional
Trainings

Customized perinatal mental health & Life With Baby workbook trainings for mental health professionals (therapists & psychiatrists), OBGYNs, & birth professionals (doulas, midwives, lactation consultants). 

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Consulting

Collaborating with startups, mental health companies, and non-profits to design, implement and launch programs, services, staff training, content creation, and clinical operational strategies. 

Let's talk!  We'll discuss the needs of your organization & how we can work together to serve your clients/patients/staff. 

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Why is a Perinatal Mental Health So Important?

Preparation

1 in 5 moms and 1 in 10 dads suffer from postpartum depression, and it's  the #1 complication from childbirth. It's treatable, and parents do not have to suffer! 

Resources

Some parents have never experienced significant changes in mood and may feel blindsided should symptoms appear during pregnancy and postpartum.

Connection

Talking openly about the reality of common emotions during the various paths of parenthood helps fight the stigma associated with mental health. This is critical for saving and improving lives.

Support

Becoming a parent is one of the most significant life transitions.  Finding community and resources decreases loneliness and isolation.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“Having the Life With Baby mental health plan was a game changer when we had our second baby. I felt like I had some control over preparing for my emotions, and tools I could use during those long sleep deprived days and nights." 

—  Second time mom

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