Adjusting to Parenthood

It’s been a year since I have entered into the world of parenthood.  It’s been one of the most stressful and emotional periods – filled with huge highs and lows.  During this time, I’ve seen new parts of myself and my partner that I haven’t known before (good and bad!).

This precious time with our babies has also forced me to really appreciate the challenges that many of the clients I work with face as they adjust to being new parents.  The sleepless nights.  The changes to your identity and your body.  The huge time pressures and responsibility.  And of course, new dynamics in your relationship.  These are just a few of the MANY challenges.  But does it HAVE to be so hard?

Online Preparation Course for Expectant Parents

I am on a mission to help more expectant parents learn the tools they need to help their relationship thrive during this time.  Recognizing that face-to-face counselling isn’t for everybody,  I’ve designed a self-paced, affordable option, delivering the same information I teach to couples in my office.

I’m really excited to announce the launch of my online course: “Baby-proof Your Relationship” – to help people PREPARE their relationship for the arrival of a baby.  As expectant parents, we get so caught in the practical things we need.  The crib, the stroller, the change table.

A Strong Relationship is Best for your Baby

We often forget to take the time to nurture and strengthen the most important part – the partnership.  By feeling more confident in our relationship, we can be the best possible parents to our new babies and ENJOY this incredible time so much more.  We can grow closer to our spouse instead of disconnecting or drifting apart.

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