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Let's Work Together

Knowing what season you're in determines the safest, most successful ways we can work together

A trauma-informed, neurobiological approach to reproductive, perinatal and overall health means we have to work with what's physiologically possible and safe for your body at each phase of your journey.

The graphic and descriptions below will outline

 

  • the 6 Seasons of a Complicated Family-Building Journey

  • what type of support is possible physiologically at each stage

  • how we can work together

Once you identify the phase you're in, click on the links to apply to work together.

 

During the application process, we'll match you with the appropriate program for you given the season you're in, your budget, and your health goals.

We look forward to working with you!

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Transforming

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In this season, you're recovering from your previous pregnancy.


Pregnancy ended weeks, months, or years ago. Maybe you were able to bring your baby home, maybe you were not able to. Maybe your baby had some NICU time, maybe they didn't. You're trying to process what happened. You've tried numerous lifestyle changes and resources like therapy, yoga, journaling, support groups. You may have developed new health complications (autoimmune disease, chronic pain, insomnia, etc.). You focused on wanting to understand what's happening now, what happened before and how you can feel like you again.

In this season, it's a great time to...

  • Put the pieces back together after pregnancy/birth/medical trauma from a neurobiological lens so you can feel healthy again.  

  • Integrative the somatic narrative of what you went through so that ongoing, long-term health and healing can be possible for your future pregnancy.

We recommend partnering together through:

Assure, a private month-to-month health strategy program to reclaim the missing pieces of your health care plan so you reduce your risk of medical errors.

Another possible option is Make it Make Sense™️. When you apply to work together, we'll match you with the most appropriate program for you.

 Cultivating

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In this season, you're preparing to try to conceive.


You're ready to think about and plan for trying to conceive again after preterm birth or late term/neonatal loss. Either, you aren't ready to actively try to conceive again yet, or you want to try to conceive, but you are not yet medically cleared yet. Either way, you are ready to begin preparing yourself and your body for your future pregnancy.

In this season, it's a great time to...

  • Find the gaps from your previous reproductive health care plan to fill them before you conceive again.

  • Rewire your nervous system and release trapped survival stress to support your fertility and overall health before you are pregnant again.

 

This will help you set up a strong foundation for your reproductive health and future pregnancy.

We recommend partnering together through:
 

Fertility Foundations, a supportive program that blends high-level trainings with from a trauma-informed, neurobiological lens with personalized, 1:1 support to help you experience relief from ongoing concerns and support your body to be ready to be pregnant again.

Other options are Make it Make Sense™️ or Assure. When you apply to work together, we'll match you with the most appropriate program for you.

Budding

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In this season, you're trying to conceive.

 

You are medically cleared and are ready to try to conceive. You are ready to, or have already started, tracking your cycles, or you have scheduled your first appointment with your fertility clinic. You're already anxious about getting pregnant again, and you know that getting pregnant is just the first of many milestones you want to support your body to meet. Your goal is not to just get pregnant, but to get pregnant and also have a healthy pregnancy.

In this season, it's a great time to...

  • Understand how your current health may impact your future pregnancy.

  • Begin making neurobiological, trauma-informed shifts to improve your current reproductive health and inform the shifts you'll have to make at every stage of your future pregnancy.

  • This is also a great time to proactively prepare for pregnancy by filling the gaps of your health care plan with guidance rooted in stress physiology.

  • Move beyond anxiety-relieving strategies and focus on restoring neuro-endo-immune balance to help you set the biological stage to stack the odds in your favor for a healthy pregnancy.
     

We recommend partnering together through...

Path to Baby™️, the only trauma-informed concierge health strategy program that uses neurobiological techniques to help pregnant women and people have healthier high-risk pregnancies after prematurity or second, third trimester, or neonatal loss.

Other options are Make it Make Sense™️ or Assure. When you apply to work together, we'll match you with the most appropriate program for you.

Flourishing

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In this season, you're newly pregnant!

 

You're less than 13 weeks pregnant. You're scared of what could happen but you don't want that fear to drive how you experience this pregnancy. You know you want to go through this high-risk pregnancy with peace and joy, being present for every milestone. You are committed to surrounding yourself with care team members who support your self-advocacy, welcome your questions, and encourage you to trust your body. You are determined to ensure that you don't fall through the cracks in the medical system (again) this time. You want to know that no matter what happens this time, you did everything you could to stack the deck in your favor. 

In this season, it's a great time to...

 

  • Support your somatic health, pregnancy health, and fill the gaps of your health care plan with trauma-informed, neurobiological support that is tailored to your history, your health, and every stage of your pregnancy.

  • Continue deep, body-based work to release trapped survival stress from your body that is tailored to your physiology of the first trimester to support a healthy pregnancy now and reduce the risk of future complications.

  • Review your health care plan and fill gaps with trauma-informed health education and neurobiological support that is tailored to your health, your history, and every stage of this pregnancy. 

In this season, we do not recommend beginning deep body-based, trauma-informed work for the first time due to rapid physiological changes that are happening in the first trimester. 
 

We recommend partnering through...

Path to Baby™️, the only trauma-informed concierge health strategy program that uses neurobiological techniques to help pregnant women and people have healthier high-risk pregnancies after prematurity or second, third trimester , or neonatal loss.

Other options are Make it Make Sense™️ or Assure. When you apply to work together, we'll match you with the most appropriate program for you.

Tending

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In this season, you're looking for help with a health issue during pregnancy.

 

You're between 13 and 26 weeks pregnant and it's not going the way you thought it would. You've started experiencing anxiety or panic attacks, preterm contractions, hypertension, insomnia, or PPROM. The very thing you didn't think would happen (again), did. You're determined to seek guidance on how to support your body through the rest of your pregnancy, manage this complication, and ensure that your health care team isn't missing anything (again). You're resolved to do everything you can to have a different pregnancy and birth experience this time.

In this season, it's a great time to...

 

  • Fill the gaps of your health care plan with trauma-informed health education and neurobiological support that is tailored to the second and third trimester of a high-risk pregnancy.

  • Making gentle, physiologically appropriate body-based shifts to manage your existing pregnancy complications and support the medical treatment you're receiving.

  • Focus on staying in your body so you don't become disembodied through overwhelm. This is essential to protect against encoding the rest of this pregnancy or this birth as traumatic.

In this season, we do not recommend beginning deep body-based, trauma-informed healing work for the first time. This is due to the profound and rapid physiological changes that are happening at this stage of pregnancy, and because a health concern has popped up, your body has gone into protective mode and will not allow deep nervous system rewiring. We do not believe in fighting the protective instincts of your body.

We recommend partnering together through...

Rise, a mid-pregnancy solution for the pregnant women and pregnant people who thought this pregnancy was going to be different than their last—until the current complications hit. Rise providers trauma-informed concierge health strategy support using neurobiological techniques to help pregnant women and people regain a sense of agency and improve their pregnancy outcomes as best as they are able.

Other options are Make it Make Sense™️ or Assure. When you apply to work together, we'll match you with the most appropriate program for you.

Embracing

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In this season, you're in the home stretch of your pregnancy!

 

You're between 27 and 36 weeks pregnant. You want clarity about what's happening to your body and why your health care team is recommending what they're recommending for the end of your pregnancy. You want to prepare for what lies ahead for you through labor and delivery, and post delivery.

In this season, it's a great time to...

 

  • Prepare yourself with trauma-informed, neurobiological knowledge about the rest of your pregnancy and y our upcoming labor and delivery experience.

  • Fill the gaps of your health care and birth plan with trauma-informed health education to support confident decision-making as you prepare to meet your little one.

  • Practice staying in your body to protect against encoding the this birth as traumatic.
     

This is not the season to begin deep body-based trauma healing work due to the rapid physiological changes that are happening in the third trimester. Additionally, there is not enough time for trauma-informed, neurobiological practices to be successfully implemented to make a meaningful difference for most health complications that arise at this stage of pregnancy, because your body has gone into protective mode, and will prevent the body-based shifts that are at the foundation of neuro-endo-immune support.

In this season, we do not recommend beginning deep body-based, trauma-informed healing work for the first time, as your body is focused on doing one thing and that is preparing you to delivery your baby. We do not believe in going against your body's biological urges and instincts that are required to keep you and baby safe as you bring your baby into this world.

Partner together...

Make it Make Sense™️, the best way to get targeted, personalized information that answers the question “What happened to me, and how does it makes sense?” so you can move forward with new strategic insights into your health.

Another option is Assure. When you apply to work together, we'll match you with the most appropriate program for you.

Each of our programs are designed with your physiological state in mind, which is why you'll see certain programs are available during certain seasons of the journey.

Our goal is to ensure that you get exactly what you need, when you need it, while matching the physiological capacity of your body during each season of the journey, to maximize chances of improved health before, during, and after pregnancy. 

That's why, when you apply to become a private client, we will take all of these factors into consideration to recommend the best fit program for you.

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