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Hi, I’m Christine, I am so glad you’ve found my site and I want you to know that you are not alone, and help is available. I support people on their current journey with Perinatal Mood or anxiety disorders (PMAD’s) or birth trauma. I also support those with fertility challenges and those grieving the loss or release of a pregnancy. Guilt, shame, anxiety, depression, and extreme exhaustion can be overwhelming and some of these experiences can be traumatic. I can help you come back to your Self to cope and heal those trauma wounds.
I’m here because (take note of any that apply to you):
I recently had a baby and I just feel off, I’m worried all the time, or I feel really sad most of the time
I’ve been having trouble trying to get pregnant
I’m pregnant and struggling emotionally
My partner is pregnant or had a baby and I’m having a difficult time connecting to baby or my partner and/or I’m struggling emotionally
I want to parent from the Self, with my values and goals at the forefront, not from my anxious part (or any other part that might be crowding out the Self)
I’ve recently lost a pregnancy or baby or released a pregnancy
I had a traumatic delivery or witnessed my partner having a traumatic delivery
I’m going back to work after maternity or paternity leave and I’m super anxious about the transition
If any of the above sound familiar to you, you’ve come to the right place. Take a deep breath and just know that you are not alone, I am here to help. Contact me to schedule your free 15-minute consultation, to help decide if I’m the right therapist for you! And if not, I’ll help you find someone who is!
I currently provide online therapy and phone sessions to clients living in Ontario. The cost for a 50-minute individual session is $120. For more information about my services and what I can support you with, please browse through my website and do not hesitate to reach out with any questions.
I acknowledge that many Indigenous Nations have longstanding relationships, both historic and modern, with the territories upon which my Practice is located. Today, this area is home to many Indigenous peoples from across Turtle Island. I am proud to acknowledge that the Durham Region forms a part of the traditional and treaty territory of the Mississaugas of Scugog Island First Nation, the Mississauga Peoples and the treaty territory of the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation. I acknowledge that Oshawa is covered under the Williams Treaties and I am a settler on these lands. It is on these ancestral and treaty lands that I live, learn and work.
"Vulnerability is the core, the heart, the centre, of meaningful human experiences."
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