Making Space for Self: Good Emotional Care During Pregnancy (Providence)
Breastfeeding Success is pleased to announce that this class will be offered as a virtual live class during the times and dates listed below. We believe that during this time of social distancing it is imperative that parents are able to establish and maintain community support. Participants will be contacted by email with a Google Meet link prior to class.
The fee for attendance
PLEASE NOTE: Your insurance may cover the cost of this class. Use coupon code USEINSURANCE if you have Aetna, United, Blue Cross Blue Shield, HealthSmart or HEB Blue Cross Blue Shield, or ARC Employee Health Plan
Making Space for Self: Good Emotional Self Care During Pregnancy
Taught by Ellie Wheeler
While pregnancy can be exciting, it can also be stressful as we plan for and think about this life changing event! We are encouraged to take steps to look after our physical self but our emotional self care can be put to one side. This virtual class helps make space for emotional self care addressing the normal emotional changes that happen during pregnancy and provides proactive strategies to manage stress and low mood. Participants will not be asked to share personal information (not a therapy group).
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About the classes
Each class is very informal in nature. These classes are not intended as psychological therapy but rather they are providing information on general issues, self help strategies and sign posting for where people can get psychological support if needed.
Ellie is from the United Kingdom. She got her Masters degree in Psychology and Mathematics from the University of St Andrews in 2002 and went on to gain her Doctorate in Clinical Psychology from the University of Glasgow in 2009. Before completing her doctorate she worked as a nanny for a number of years, specializing in working with children with special needs. After graduating she worked as a psychologist in the UK, working with young people suffering from eating disorders and their families.