Addressing physical needs like postnatal nutrient depletion through nutritional therapy and helping mom find a support system that fits her unique situation
Processing emotions, mood support for postpartum mood challenges (postpartum depression & postpartum anxiety), and developing empowering belief systems
Accessing infinite love, peace, and joy through growing in relationship with God and understanding His design for the postpartum season
Discovering how each woman is created to mother uniquely, instilling confidence as a mom and mothering free of shame and judgment
Creating expectations that make it possible to enjoy motherhood more instead of feeling out of control and like a failure
Postpartum mood symptoms can look like: sadness, tearfulness, overwhelm, anxiety, mood swings, anger, worry, guilt/shame, feelings of unworthiness, a change in eating or sleeping patterns, low energy, a loss of interest in things you used to enjoy, unwanted/disturbing thoughts, difficulty bonding with baby or unwanted thoughts of harming baby or yourself.
Yes, believe it or not, postpartum isn’t limited to just the first 6 weeks after birth. There are many adjustments that take place for the mother physically and hormonally, along with the baby's development during the first year. Support can absolutely make a difference anytime during the first year postpartum. This is especially true if mom is experiencing any mood symptoms.
I have postpartum mood symptoms, and:
The PEACE Method takes a holistic approach which means we will address the contributing factors in your body, mind/emotions and spiritual well-being. There are a variety of natural solutions we can try that involve nutrition strategies, supporting sleep & stress management, movement, targeted supplementation, mindset work and much more.
The PEACE Method focuses on the foundational components that make up a peaceful and supported postpartum experience. While there is some focus on addressing mindsets and creating new beliefs, we do not do in-depth cognitive behavioral work that licensed counselors are trained in. Instead, the PEACE Method addresses areas that counselors do not usually focus on such as nutrition and lifestyle practices, in addition to nurturing your spiritual well-being. The goal of the PEACE Method is to support your body, mind and spirit during postpartum in a holistic way.
I really had a hard time during my last postpartum. Is there anything I can do to prevent feeling sad / overwhelmed / anxious / afraid / alone the next time?
Yes, the PEACE Method was designed to help with this. We will process the events of your previous postpartum and then work together to create a plan to support your body, mind and spirit the next time. Having the proper support system and plan in place ahead of time is a major factor that can influence your next postpartum experience.
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