PWCB graduate student clinicians Maggie and Marley offer women with babies a space to come and receive support. Mothering young children anytime is challenging for most of us, and attempting to do this during a pandemic can frequently feel incredibly overwhelming and anxiety-reducing. Mothers attending this group can expect a safe space in which to share both joys and struggles of motherhood and where unique challenges ion this time will be addressed and supported. Moms can expect to learn tools and strategies for coping as well as the gift of community.
The PWCB believes that all women and families deserve to be healthy and thrive. Sometimes, the adjustment to parenthood brings emotional challenges that can interfere with the health and wellness of the whole family. The PWCB is committed to working together with clients and patients so that health is attainable.
When you work with a therapist at the PWCB, you can trust that your care will be a top priority. Our therapists work beyond the boundaries of your 50 minute session- they will consult with other providers on your behalf, be available by phone and email between sessions, and consider your wellness from a biopsychosocial perspective. Our therapists are committed to ongoing professional development and, through working as a part of a team, are committed to evidence-based and best-practice treatment and care.
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