UPCOMING OFFERINGS

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We invite women who are pregnant, or in the postpartum period, with babies up to 2 years of age, to join us as we share evidence-based learning, engage in meaning dialogue about the challenges of motherhood and offer a community of support and resources.    

This closed group community will compassionately explore:

 

  • Making sense of the mess of motherhood 

  • Unpacking and giving voice to shame and guilt 

  • Understanding and fostering attachment to your child 

  • Psychoeducation for perinatal mental health and mood disorders

  • Strengthening inner resources to cope and manage

  • Honouring the self while transitioning into motherhood

Motherload is a 6 week group that runs on Friday mornings from from 10am-11:30am.

Our next group starts in Spring 2023

 

We will be accepting 6-8 participates to maintain a more intimate and safe experience. Investment for Motherload is $400. Receipts will be provided for extended health care submission if applicable.

This group is offered by Registered Social Workers Christina Orfanakos and Jessica Jenkins, both mothers, who have a passion for supporting women to navigate living authentically throughout motherhood.    

Please click the link below for registration and a prescreening. 

 

 

 

 

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This psychoeducational workshop will provide information and explore:

  • Perinatal mood disorders for the birthing and non birthing partner

  • The mental and emotional load of the birthing parent

  • How to best support a birthing parent following birth and beyond

  • How to support your own mental health

 

Next Date to be determined. Please email us if you would like to be added to the registration list!

 

This workshop is in support of Maternal Mental Health and is by donation. We ask you contribute what you can, with all proceeds donated to perinatal mental health. For more information or to register, email us below 

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This skill-based group will equip participants with tools to move through and beyond separation into a life truly worth living. There will be space to explore emotions and experiences associated with the end of a romantic relationships. 

This group is open to young adults residing in Ontario who are going through, or who have recently gone through a separation or divorce, including the end of a common-law marriage

This group is offered by Registered Social Worker Sara Desroches 

 Starting Tuesday January 24th

6:30pm to 8:00pm on Zoom

We will be accepting 8-10 participates to maintain a more intimate and safe experience. Investment for group is $240. Receipts will be provided for extended health care submission if applicable

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