Self-Care

for

New Moms & Moms-to-Be

Prioritizing you so you can take care of your family before, during and after pregnancy

Free Online Workshop

with Parijat Deshpande and Arianna Taboada      

Take the guilt out of self-care so you can be the best mom that you can be.

During this Free, Live Workshop You'll Learn

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4 ways self-care lowers anxiety and deeply impacts fertility, your pregnancy and your baby after birth

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The secret to taking the guilt out of self-care so saying yes to yourself feels like the best mom-decision you've made

3

Why your efforts to take care of yourself aren't working and what to do instead to make sure your family gets the best version of you

4

How to make self-care a habit during conception, pregnancy and once baby comes home. 

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Plus so much more including a live Q&A at the end and a very special giveaway for live attendees

Parijat Deshpande, MS, CWC, CSMC

Parijat is a Perinatal Wellness Counselor who works with moms who have high-risk pregnancies and are terrified about what could happen. Combining her professional experience in clinical psychology and her personal experience with a very high-risk pregnancy, she supports moms by providing compassion and guidance to work through their stress, overwhelm and guilt so they can feel more hope and confidence through all of the ups and downs. 

Arianna Taboada

Arianna supports first time moms transition into motherhood with ease and grace. She has worked on maternal health issues for over a decade as a health educator, a social worker in a mental health clinic, a reproductive health researcher, and yoga therapist. In working with Arianna, new mothers master the ability to calm feelings of anxiety and overwhelm, feel safe in their ability to process information and make choices aligned with their values, come to a deeper understanding of their new identity, and develop an actionable postpartum plan for the critical transition from woman to mother. In addition to her one-on-one consulting services, Arianna is currently serving a 16 month appointment in the United States Maternal And Child Health Bureau’s Division of Workforce Development, helping mentor and support emerging maternal health professionals. Arianna lives, works, and plays with her family in Playa del Carmen, Mexico.