Common Reasons to Seek Help

When anxiety or sleeplessness or dark moods are interfering with falling in love with your baby.

When tension with your partner is unrelenting or getting worse.

When you are not feeling a growing sense of confidence and trust in yourself as a parent.

When trauma or loss have coincided with your baby’s birth or first years. For example, the death of someone close, a hospitalization, a serious illness or a divorce.

When worry or obsessive thoughts are interfering with being a stable presence for your children.

When memories of how you were parented become disruptive or worrisome and need sorting through.

When you are worried about being a good parent.