The Mom Support Group is a team of postpartum advocates who have come together to help YOU – the new mom; the expecting mom; the mom who is currently suffering from a perinatal mood disorder; or a mom who is simply scared and stressed in times like these.

Our peer-to-peer virtual support group will bring moms together on a Zoom-based call with our leaders – most of whom are survivors of postpartum mood disorders themselves. On the call, you’ll have the chance to talk, listen, discover coping techniques, and develop a mindfulness practice – all with the support of other moms just like you. Participation is free – simply register via the link below.

Virtual Support Group Dates and Registration

RESOURCES

Tuesday, March 31st

12pm EST
LIVE VIRTUAL SESSION


REGISTER

Saturday, April 4th

12pm EST
LIVE VIRTUAL SESSION


REGISTER

Thursday, April 2nd

9pm EST
LIVE VIRTUAL SESSION


REGISTER

Tuesday, April 7th

9pm EST
LIVE VIRTUAL SESSION


REGISTER

Download the free Better After Baby app to access additional resources for mental health and mindfulness support.

Get the app on Google Play or in the App Store today.

THE MOM SUPPORT GROUP WAS CREATED IN PARTNERSHIP WITH:

Cherished mom PMAD support

AND IN PARTNERSHIP WITH

More Information

All of our times are EST on their specific day. These meeting happen through a ZOOM link you will be directed to upon registration. Please make sure you have a strong internet connection for class.

 

AS CREATED BY: The Bloom Foundation for Maternal Wellness www.thebloomfoundation.org

 **Facilitators of the group offer peer to peer support ONLY, as we are not behavioral health specialists. We do not diagnose or treat any medical or psychological condition and we encourage each member to consult with their own healthcare provider for individual advice regarding their specific situation. Remember to keep in mind that medication is not a one size fits all solution. While we welcome you to share what you are taking (if anything) and your personal experience with it, please refrain from giving medical advice to others. Full  GroupGuidelines here**

 

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