I know you've experienced it...

You’re soaking in the precious moments holding and snuggling your baby when suddenly, you can’t stop thinking about how you’re going to drop them down a flight of stairs.

It’s terrifying. It’s gut wrenching. And it makes you question yourself on so many levels.

When these thoughts just pop into your mind, they rob you of your joy in any given moment. And that’s a problem. 

Motherhood is demanding. Postpartum can be even more demanding.

There is so much to learn. Your emotions are all over the place. And to make it even harder, these random thoughts and images have made an appearance.

You’re probably thinking... 
  • Nobody told me about this.
  • Am I going crazy?
  • Is there something wrong with me?
  • Am I really going to hurt my baby? 
  • How do I make them go away?

Believe me when I say...

You can enjoy those baby snuggles without worrying about dropping your baby.

You can go for a walk without worrying about pushing your baby in the street.

You can stop letting them interfere with your day-to-day life.   

You can learn to turn down their volume.

Let me teach you how. Imagine...

Being able to brush them off when they pop into your mind.

Not assigning any meaning to them because they say absolutely nothing about your parenting ability.

Resting in the confidence that you are the best mom for your baby.

Knowing that when they happen, you can address the situation calmly and boldly.

How would your postpartum experience be different if you could...

  • Understand why they’re happening

  • Know that you had the tools to help yourself right at your fingertips

  • Actually appreciate the precious moments with your little one without being bothered by your intrusive thoughts

  • Confidently manage the situation when they come up

You’ve tried doing the following…

You’ve searched Google high and low and read a lot of different blogs about how to cope.

You’ve saved Instagram posts that you’ve never referenced.

You’ve tried to force them out of your mind only to find them popping up again.

You’ve kept quiet about them…

And, well, it isn't really working.

That's okay because I'm here to help!

In this workshop, I teach you specific strategies to help you manage your intrusive thoughts. Because let’s face it, you don’t need to read more blogs, or do more Google searching. You just need to know the skills that are effective, and how to use them right away. 

The secret to overcoming intrusive thoughts is learning the skills to sit with them and knowing what that actually looks like. 

Join me.

This workshop is meant to work with your postpartum mommy life because I’m going to guess that you don’t have hours in a day to do much for yourself right now when you’re trying to learn everything you can about your newest little family member.

I teach you only the things you need to know, without all the added fluff and complicated psychological language. I make the information easy to understand and even easier to apply. 

Stop letting these invasive thoughts steal your moments of joy. It doesn’t have to be that way. Your little one is growing right before your very eyes, and while you most certainly don’t have to “enjoy every minute,” this time is something you don’t get back.

This mini course can help you manage these scary thoughts so you can spend less time worrying about them and more time bonding with your baby.

Why should you trust me?

Because I’ve been there. Not only have I been there, I know how hard it is when you love your baby so much but your thoughts seem to conflict with this very notion.

I’ve applied these skills myself. I know they work. When I gave birth to my second daughter, I was equipped to handle them properly and thereby lessen their impact on my mood. It completely changed my postpartum experience.

I also address these skills with my clients. I’m a licensed clinical psychologist with training and education in maternal mental health. I’ve been in the mental health field for over 8 years, and I’ve seen what works, and what doesn’t. 

I get straight to the point. As a fellow mom, I know how hard it is to find the time in a day to address our own stuff. The contents of this workshop are easy to understand, and you can start using the skills you learn immediately. 

You got this!

*This workshop is approximately 90 minutes long

*This workshop comes with handouts to help you implement the skills that we talk about. They include an overview of main points discussed in the course, active strategies, self-care worksheets, and more.