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Therapy for Moms in NJ & MA

The journey of motherhood can be both rewarding and demanding. If you find yourself grappling with the complexities of parenting, know that you don't have to navigate this path alone. Seeking counseling for moms is a great place to start.

Why Therapy for Moms?

Are you looking for therapy for moms in NJ or MA? Motherhood brings a multitude of experiences, and it's great to seek guidance when faced with the unique stressors that accompany it. By specializing in counseling for moms, my goal is to provide a safe haven for you to address anything from relationship dynamics to feelings of overwhelm, guilt, or shame. 

Common Areas of Focus:

  • Relationship Dynamics: Explore and enhance relationships with partners, family, and friends.

  • Guilt and Shame: Address and overcome feelings of guilt or shame associated with parenting choices.

  • Stress Management: Develop practical strategies to manage the day-to-day stresses of motherhood.

  • Communication Skills: Improve communication within your family and broader support network.

  • Balancing Work and Family Life: Navigate the challenges of juggling career and family responsibilities.

Tailored Support for Your Unique Journey

I understand that every mother's journey is unique. My therapeutic approach is to tailor each session to your individual needs, providing a personalized approach to address the specific challenges you're facing. Together, we will work towards building resilience, fostering positive relationships, and promoting overall well-being throughout your motherhood journey.

What's a PMH-C?

A therapist with a PMH-C certification is one with extensive training in maternal mental health. These therapists have a unique understanding of the hormonal, biological, emotional, and social changes that come with pregnancy, postpartum, and new parenthood.

If any of the above sounds like you, I invite you to schedule a free 15 minute consultation to see if we're a good fit and to ask any questions you might have.

"You are not a bad mother because you have bad days. You are a human mother, and that's all there is to it." 


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