What to expect: Group meets on Wednesdays from 7-8pm, with a 30 minute optional time at the end for casual mingling or for Q&As. Expectant mothers can join at any time. This is a donate-as-you-can group for expectant mothers, lasting 4 sessions, spanning across 8 weeks (group meets every other week). Pregnant moms are welcome to continue attending after completing all 4 sessions! If you are interested to join, you must go through an initial screening to see if you will be a good fit for the group. Call our main office to schedule your group therapy intake appointment.
Are you having a difficult time handling your pregnancy? Since pregnancy, has your mood shifted, your body image questioned, or your thoughts started racing? Could you use a non-judgemental ear to listen, somebody who really understands what you’re going through? Do you wish you had more of a sense of community in your life, instead of feeling alone in your pregnancy experience?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this pregnancy support group could be part of the relief you’ve been seeking. Group therapy differs from individual therapy by holding therapeutic sessions in a group setting run by a therapist instead of in a private one-on-one setting with a therapist. In these group sessions, moms-to-be share their thoughts and experiences about pregnancy and motherhood with the whole group (their tribe), allowing them to support one another while being supported by others who understand what they’re going through.
This support group is ideal for expectant mothers who are interested in therapy, but want to try something lower pressure than individual therapy. Your Belly Tribe helps you find a sense of community with others who are going through pregnancy while giving you access to valuable life skills that can help relieve pregnancy and postpartum woes, and beyond.
Topics to be addressed include:
- How to deal with physical, emotional, and psychological changes during pregnancy
- Preparation for labor and delivery
- Education on warning signs, and how to cope with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders
- How to smooth the transition into motherhood
- Tips to maintain healthy relationships once baby arrives
If you’re looking for help with adapting to your ever evolving pregnant body and mind – or for a more community-oriented therapy experience – you would be a great fit for our group therapy services. Please reach out to us today for an assessment for group therapy.