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When we begin to think about conceiving a baby our own birth history and journey into life comes to the surface. These imprints, or memories, influence our way of being in the world as well as our thoughts, feelings, and decisions related to parenting. It can be helpful to have support in understanding the significance our our birth story and heal any unresolved traumas that may need attention.  Having this knowledge is empowering and gives you the opportunity to create a secure and healthy foundation for your family. Whether you are in the pre-conception stage or if you are already pregnant, now is the perfect time to start preparing to welcome your baby.

Prenatal Bonding

Science tells us that relationships have the power to shape the architecture of the growing brain. It is through the parent/infant bond that those lasting impressions are made. With the right tools you can begin to create lasting effects on your child’s developing brain and ensure a secure and healthy relationship.

There are times when families may experience bonding difficulties with their babies.  These bonding and attachment interruptions can be due to a traumatic birth, separation from baby immediately after birth, adoption, postpartum depression, or baby’s temperament. These experiences can make the parenting journey seem even more overwhelming than it already is! You don’t have to go through this alone. Together we can explore ways to bring more balance into your family life. Treatment approaches take into account the unique needs of each family and are tailored to meet the developmental needs of the baby.

Together we will explore

  • Conscious Conception
  • Prenatal Bonding
  • Understanding Your Baby’s Temperament
  • Marital Relationships and New Baby

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Teletherapy sessions are conducted via Zoom, a confidential, encrypted, HIPAA-compliant platform

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To schedule an appointment please contact me at 619-752-4529 or fill out the contact form.

”There is no such thing as an infant…if you set out to describe a baby you will find you are describing a baby and someone. A baby cannot exist alone, but is essential party of a relationship.”
–David Winnicott

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