Women’s Groups

“Remember that we all stumble, every one of us.
That’s why it’s a comfort to go hand in hand.”
~Emily Kimbrough

Participating in a group can be a very effective way to gain support and address challenging life situations with others who are experiencing similar issues. I facilitate several different groups at various times throughout the year. If one of these groups is of interest to you, please inquire for more details.

Infertility Support Group

Are you looking for support on your family building journey? Are you interested in meeting with other women who are also struggling with infertility? If so, this RESOLVE professionally-led support group might be ideal for you. The group is intended to help you feel less isolated, empower you with knowledge, and validate your emotional response to infertility.

Mind-Body Infertility Group

The desire to have a child can  be a psychologically and emotionally exhausting journey for those who are experiencing infertility. This 10-week program is designed to compliment and support women who are, or have been, trying to conceive. The program is based on Dr. Alice Domar’s groundbreaking approach to applying mind-body medicine to infertility care. The program, which has been clinically proven to reduce psychological distress and increase pregnancy rates, covers topics such as stress reduction, self care, fertility enhancing lifestyle behaviors, and much more. In the video to the right, Dr. Domar discusses the program and the science behind it. You can also learn more about Dr. Domar’s work at www.domarcenter.com/about/staff/alice_domar.

Pregnancy Support Group

This supportive group for pregnant women focuses on enhancing well-being and reducing stress and anxiety during pregnancy. It encourages discussion of thoughts, feelings and concerns around pregnancy, body image, role transitions and relationship changes. It also promotes healthy attachment to the pregnancy, addresses questions about prenatal screening and other pregnancy-related decisions, and prepares moms-to-be for birth and the postpartum period.

New Moms Group

Welcoming a new baby into your life can be an exciting experience. It can also be quite stressful. This group is intended to provide support for mom’s who have had a baby in the past eighteen months. We discuss many topics pertaining to motherhood, from identity, partner relationships, life balance, stress, feeding and sleeping, and more. The group is ideal for women interested in talking about, and feeling supported around, the transition to motherhood.

Interested in any of these Women’s Groups? Reach out today »