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Mental Health Coaching

Perinatal Mental Health Coaching 
Rate - $125 for 50 minute virtual session 

Service includes the following:


  • 50 minute virtual session with certified Perinatal Mental Health Coach

  • Written care plan with actionable steps to help you feel better (sent directly to you after the session)

Perinatal mental health coaching provides a safe space to process your emotions, and learn coping skills to help you feel better.

There is a common narrative that having a baby is supposed to be the most beautiful, joyful and magical time. While this can be true on so many different levels, it is also important to talk about the challenging emotions that come with the reality and responsibility of having a baby.

Words like guilt, sadness, anxiety, grief can feel so heavy, but they do not have to be scary and create a doom and gloom situation. Talking openly and honestly about emotions around parenthood helps everyone.

Available nationwide in the United States & Canada. 


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Who Can Benefit From Mental Health Coaching?

Any person person during any phase of parenthood that needs help identifying & processing their emotions, addressing current challenges, and achieving future goals. A mental health session is customized for 1:1 individual support (so it's not a couples session) 


Mental Health Coaching is incredibly helpful for people
that need emotional support through:


  • Feeling "off" and not knowing why

  • Anxiety and depression during conception, fertility treatment, pregnancy or postpartum

  • Not feeling good enough as a parent

  • Birth processing/trauma

  • NICU stays

  • Miscarriage or infant loss

  • Relationship and communication challenges with partner, family members, in-laws

  • Finding your new identity as a parent

  • Grieving your old life 

  • Returning to work or deciding to stay at home with baby

  • Stress around feeding (breast/chest/bottle/pump) or infant sleep challenges

  • Managing expectations, fears, guilt, and external pressures

  • Sex, intimacy, body image challenges

  • Scary or intrusive thoughts

  • Loneliness and isolation 

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Mental Health Coaching is an outlet for you to be seen and heard.

Mental health coaching focuses on helping you process your current emotions and learning coping skills that will provide you relief moving forward. 


Our certified mental health coaches will work with you to create an actionable care plan that focuses on your strengths and realistic coping skills & resources to improve your well-being. 


Come as you are! Whether you're in pajamas at home, on your lunch break at work, pumping milk for your baby, or juggling any of the demands of pregnancy and parenting, virtual coaching support allows you to connect with a professional when it's easy and convenient for you. 

Mental Health Coaching sessions are incredibly helpful for 

  • Parents that need help quickly (no waitlists - get scheduled within days, not weeks/months)

  • Extra support in between therapy sessions

  • Busy parents that prefer virtual sessions

  • Wanting help but do not know  where to start 

Not sure where to start? 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! 

Perinatal Mental Health Coaching FAQs

What is perinatal mental health coaching?
Coaching support for parents through conception, pregnancy and postpartum emotional challenges.

What is included in a mental health session?
Your mental health coaching session includes 50 minutes with a certified perinatal mental health coach to discuss any emotional challenges on your mind. Together with your coach, you will develop an actionable care plan to will help you feel better, and your coach will send you this plan after your session. We leverage evidence-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) coping skills that help reduce stress and provide relief throughout your everyday life.

How is coaching different than therapy?

Coaching and therapy are both forms of professional support aimed at helping individuals improve their lives, but they differ significantly in their focus, approach, and goals. Many of our coaching clients also work with a therapist or psychiatrist. We will work together with your care team to ensure you have the wrap around support you need, or help you determine what type of support would be best for you.



  • Focuses on present and future challenges, and helps clients clarify their vision, set actionable goals, and develop strategies to move forward

  • Does not diagnosis any mental health condition

  • Does not require state licensure. However, it's important to work with a coach that is certified in perinatal mental health (like our coaches!)



  • Focuses on emotional, psychological, or behavioral issues that may be causing distress or impairing functioning. Therapists work with clients to explore past experiences and relationships to alleviate symptoms of mental health conditions

  • Can diagnosis mental health disorders

  • Licensed professionals (such as psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers) with specific training in diagnosing and treating mental health conditions

How much does a mental health session cost?

50 minute virtual session is $125. We offer bundle discounts when a package of 3 or 6 coaching sessions are purchased. We strongly believe in supporting all parents despite their ability to pay for services. If you need financial assistance, please contact us regarding sliding scale fees and/or support options.


How do I know if coaching is the right support for me?

We offer a FREE 20 minute consult to help answer any questions you may have, and help determine what type of support would be most appropriate for your situation. 

Many parents struggle with identifying how they are feeling, and need a safe space to have an honest and open conversation about their emotions. Perinatal mental health coaching is ideal for parents that may feel anxious, sad, overwhelmed, guilty, and/or having difficulty with their relationships, work situation, asking for help, or rediscovering their new identity. Coaching is NOT intended to replace professional mental health support from a therapist or psychiatrist. It is NOT intended for crisis support, or for anyone that may be experiencing thoughts of suicide or harming others.

I'm having a mental health crisis. Where do I go?
If you are feeling suicidal or experiencing a psychiatric emergency, please immediately call 911 or go to your closest emergency room.

Hotline Support Available 24/7:

988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline
Call 988
Click here to chat online
The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones


National Maternal Mental Health Hotline (US Only)
Call or text 1-833-852-6262 (1-833-TLC-MAMA)
TTY users can use a preferred relay service or dial 711 and then 1-833-852-6262
Free, Confidential Hotline for Pregnant and New Moms in English and Spanish

National Domestic Violence Hotline
Call 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
TTY 1-800-787-3224 Text "START" to 88788
Chat live online here Free and confidential

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