Are you experiencing sadness, anger, intrusive thoughts, or guilt about your parenting? Whether you’re having your first child or your fifth, depression and anxiety can diminish the joy of your baby’s birth. Together we can create a plan to address your symptoms and improve your quality of life. It’s important to know you aren’t alone, and counseling can help. I have specialized training in working with parents experiencing a perinatal mood or anxiety disorder, and I have the knowledge, compassion, and perspective to support you in making positive changes.
Parenting is one of the most difficult jobs we will ever have, and engaging in power struggles and using punitive punishments only make things worse. If you find yourself yelling at your kids or feeling at a loss for appropriate discipline, I’m here to help. Through our coaching relationship you will learn strategies for connecting, setting limits, and creating a relationship in which your children actually want to cooperate! All without the use of spanking or time outs.
Join us every Monday at 11 a.m. in the Adams Conference Room at the Medford Public Library. You can ask questions, connect with other new parents, and engage in lively discussions about parenthood. It can be easy to isolate after the birth of a baby, but creating a village can help you feel supported and understood.
VIRTUAL PARENT COACHING
Are you interested in working together but don’t live in the Rogue Valley? No problem! I offer videochat and telephone coaching so you can receive the same support from the comfort of your home.
Please inquire about my sliding scale range. I accept cash, check, and credit card. I do not bill insurance. Not sure it will be a good fit? I offer a consultation free of charge so you can make an informed decision.