Counseling For Moms in Any Stage of Their Motherhood
Let's say it out loud together: being a mom is hard. That's not to say there aren't moments of it you love; aspects of it that aren't rewarding; or that you don't love those children of yours.
But it IS to say that it’s a job that often leaves you feeling:
-unsure of yourself
If you’re feeling like:
-your fuse is getting too short too often
-you’re upset with yourself for snapping
at your kids sometimes
-you’re overwhelmed with the mom gig and
simultaneously nervous about doing it
for the rest of your life
-you don’t know who you are anymore
-your emotions are out of control and you don’t want to keep feeling like this
You’re not alone.
And I can help.
Whether you're battling:
*post-partum depression or anxiety
*loss of sense of self
*feelings of isolation
*constant feelings of overwhelm
I am here for you and can help you come out on the other side.
We can work together to help you:
*regain your footing in this mom gig.
*enjoy momming more often than not.
*feel confident in yourself and your parenting skills.
*gain control and influence over your emotions, instead of the other way around.
Moms, you are multi-dimensional.
You are strong, and brave, and talented.
And it's okay if you have momentarily forgotten that.
I am here to help you remember.
If you're interested in hearing more, or know you want to get started, you can call me at 636-236-2420 or email email@example.com. You can also click over to my contact page and send a message through there! Looking forward to hearing from you!
Whether or not it's your first baby, those first several months (maybe even the first 12-18) have left you in a place where you're pretty sure things just shouldn't feel like this.
You're out of those early postpartum days and suddenly you've realized just how hard you were white-knuckling it all of those years. You want to rediscover yourself while also strengthening your confidence as "mom."
You want back the "three-nager" years but you've arrived at the real deal: the actual teen years. And you're in shock at how hard this is and how much parenting your teenager takes out of you almost daily.