Orcas Island – Perinatal Peer Support Group

While this group is not currently meeting to do social distancing requirements, phone and email support is available! Email lilyostle@gmail.com or call (425) 765 3816. We are a non-judgmental community from pregnancy through the first year of parenthood. Our goal is to create a safe space for sharing struggles and triumphs during the transition to parenthood.…

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Olympia – Mothers Together

Meeting virtually on Wednesday 10:30-12:00! Check our Facebook page for the new Zoom link each week. Mothers Together is a free support group for moms with babies up to one year. Mothers Together is a postpartum peer support group. It is facilitated using the MotherWoman model for postpartum groups, which is focused on education and…

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Lakewood – Walk With Me Support Circle for Moms

Meeting virtually! Please contact Becky Hoffman (253)564-4135 or Christine McClendon (619)988-1131 to find out about joining a virtual support group. Pregnant? Parenting? Seeking Connection? Share the joys, challenges, and struggles that come with being a mom. No judgement, no advice, just a chance to listen and be listened to, in a safe environment. Questions? Text…

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Seattle – Adjusting to Parenthood

Adjusting to Parenthood is meeting virtually! Join us. No registration required – simply follow this link on Fridays at 11:30: https://zoom.us/j/92374601864 This is a new mom support group, offering additional support for the emotional changes and challenges of adapting to parenthood. Becoming a new parent can be overwhelming, and it often takes time to adjust…

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Intimacy and Sex in the Childbearing Year – An Evening Clinical Discussion

intimacy sex postpartum webinar

This evening clinical meeting is an interactive presentation and discussion on the changes in intimacy and sex a couple face and how to support a couple during the perinatal period. Topics will include women’s physiological changes, impact of the birth experience on the couples’ future intimacy, rebuilding connection after the baby and discussion of skill…

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Indigenous Womxn’s Mental Health During the Childbearing Year

Monday, March 2, 2020 12:00pm-1:30pm FREE Presenter: Camie Jae Goldhammer, MSW, LICSW, IBCLC Indigenous Women in WA state face a complex tapestry of risk factors and protective factors during the childbearing year. Historical trauma, lived experiences of trauma, racism, and poverty lead to a high prevalence of medical and mental health complications during this period.…

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Spokane MISS Chapter

While not currently meeting in person due to social distancing requirements, information about online support can be found here. We exist to support parents through the loss of a child at any age. We are peer to peer support.

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