The path to motherhood is often bumpy
Whether you’re planning for a baby, coping with a loss, or adjusting to life as a parent, we’re here to support you every step of the way.
Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMAD) affects 1 in 5 women during pregnancy and/or after the birth of a child.
YOU’RE NOT ALONE
Find comfort and support through all the ups and downs
Having a baby is full of challenges, no matter how prepared you might feel. It’s easy to become overwhelmed, anxious, or disconnected. You might feel bad for even having these emotions, convinced that you should be happy and pretending everything’s fine, even though you’re struggling inside.
If your journey to parenthood is harder than you expected, it’s important to remember that you don’t have to struggle alone.
HOW WE CAN HELP
No matter what stage you're in, we're here to help
Every parent’s journey is unique. Whether you’re facing the complexities of fertility, the anxieties of pregnancy, or the emotional whirlwind after birth, we’re here to help you find comfort and strength.
Planning for Parenthood
Get the tools and support you need to help you navigate challenges and feel prepared throughout your journey.
Pregnancy & Pregnancy Loss
Learn to navigate emotions and find strength, whether you’re pregnant or coping with the heartache of a loss.
Birth & Postpartum
Regain your balance after childbirth as you navigate the joys and challenges of motherhood.
All of our counsellors have a masters-level education and extensive experience supporting women through their journey to motherhood.
Private, secure support from the comfort of your home. Online counselling makes it easy and convenient to access the help you need, exactly when you need it.
No waitlists, just compassionate counselling to support your perinatal journey at a time you need it most.
Book a session today
Our perinatal team is made up of counsellors who have extensive experience supporting women through every stage of the journey to parenthood.
Need help finding the right fit?
Provide us with a few details and we’ll match you with a counsellor who is best suited to supporting your unique needs.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What's on your mind?
No, you do not need a referral from your doctor or anyone else to see a counsellor.
Absolutely! We recognize how challenging it can be to find time during the postpartum period to attend appointments for yourself. Our counsellors are very comfortable with having babies in sessions!
The first appointment is called an “intake session,” and is often an information gathering session. There will be some paperwork to go over, a discussion about the counselling process, and an opportunity for you to ask questions. The first session often has a different “feel” compared to other counselling sessions. Since everyone is different, the first session helps your counsellor get to know you and find out in more detail about how they can help.