Upcoming Events

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Mondays March 4-April 8

This group is for postpartum support and will occur every Monday night for six weeks. To sign up, please email victoria@pushcounselingandcoaching.com

March 2, 2019

Are you expecting and wondering what’s “typical” for your mental health postpartum? Do you have questions about how to cope or when to know to get help? Come join us for this event and learn more about coping, managing expectations, and finding support for your prenatal and postpartum well-being.

March 15, 2019

Let's play!
Finding friends is much like dating. It can be an awkward and self-conscious experience and you end up walking away hoping they liked you too. However, having a safe place for your kids to play and talking about #toddlermom life can ease the stress of trying to connect. Come hang out with other moms whether they are just like you or not and make friends for you and your kids!
*Kids 0-5 welcome. This is a breastfeeding friendly event. Parental supervision of children required.

March 18, 2019

Come learn about perinatal mood disorders along with the signs and symptoms to look forward as you support mothers. In addition to screening tools, learn the skills to validate your client and open up conversations that can enhance screening and encourage your client to gain support from the proper referrals channels. Lunch is provided. MEAC and Mental Health Professional CEs (approval pending)

March 22, 2019

Come enjoy the company of other birth workers, get pampered, and support each other through the ups and downs of this work. This event is for you!

March 29, 2019

Let's play!
Finding friends is much like dating. It can be an awkward and self-conscious experience and you end up walking away hoping they liked you too. However, having a safe place for your kids to play and talking about #toddlermom life can ease the stress of trying to connect. Come hang out with other moms whether they are just like you or not and make friends for you and your kids!
*Kids 0-5 welcome. This is a breastfeeding friendly event. Parental supervision of children required.

April 12, 2019

Let's play!
Finding friends is much like dating. It can be an awkward and self-conscious experience and you end up walking away hoping they liked you too. However, having a safe place for your kids to play and talking about #toddlermom life can ease the stress of trying to connect. Come hang out with other moms whether they are just like you or not and make friends for you and your kids!
*Kids 0-5 welcome. This is a breastfeeding friendly event. Parental supervision of children required.

April 13,2019

Are you expecting and wondering what’s “typical” for your mental health postpartum? Do you have questions about how to cope or when to know to get help? Come join us for this event and learn more about coping, managing expectations, and finding support for your prenatal and postpartum well-being.

April 20, 2019

Need a break? Want time to meet other moms and just relax? Come get pampered, enjoy bubbles and bites, and take some time to process the triumphs and troubles of motherhood in the company of other moms. Breastfeeding children welcome.

April 26, 2019

Let's play!
Finding friends is much like dating. It can be an awkward and self-conscious experience and you end up walking away hoping they liked you too. However, having a safe place for your kids to play and talking about #toddlermom life can ease the stress of trying to connect. Come hang out with other moms whether they are just like you or not and make friends for you and your kids!
*Kids 0-5 welcome. This is a breastfeeding friendly event. Parental supervision of children required.

May 10, 2019

Let's play!
Finding friends is much like dating. It can be an awkward and self-conscious experience and you end up walking away hoping they liked you too. However, having a safe place for your kids to play and talking about #toddlermom life can ease the stress of trying to connect. Come hang out with other moms whether they are just like you or not and make friends for you and your kids!
*Kids 0-5 welcome. This is a breastfeeding friendly event. Parental supervision of children required.

May 11, 2019

Are you expecting and wondering what’s “typical” for your mental health postpartum? Do you have questions about how to cope or when to know to get help? Come join us for this event and learn more about coping, managing expectations, and finding support for your prenatal and postpartum well-being.

May 16, 2019

Come enjoy the company of other birth workers, get pampered, and support each other through the ups and downs of this work. This event is for you!

May 31, 2019

Let's play!
Finding friends is much like dating. It can be an awkward and self-conscious experience and you end up walking away hoping they liked you too. However, having a safe place for your kids to play and talking about #toddlermom life can ease the stress of trying to connect. Come hang out with other moms whether they are just like you or not and make friends for you and your kids!
*Kids 0-5 welcome. This is a breastfeeding friendly event. Parental supervision of children required.

June 8, 2019

Are you expecting and wondering what’s “typical” for your mental health postpartum? Do you have questions about how to cope or when to know to get help? Come join us for this event and learn more about coping, managing expectations, and finding support for your prenatal and postpartum well-being.

June 14, 2019

Let's play!
Finding friends is much like dating. It can be an awkward and self-conscious experience and you end up walking away hoping they liked you too. However, having a safe place for your kids to play and talking about #toddlermom life can ease the stress of trying to connect. Come hang out with other moms whether they are just like you or not and make friends for you and your kids!
*Kids 0-5 welcome. This is a breastfeeding friendly event. Parental supervision of children required.

June 15, 2019

Need a break? Want time to meet other moms and just relax? Come get pampered, enjoy bubbles and bites, and take some time to process the triumphs and troubles of motherhood in the company of other moms. Breastfeeding children welcome