Offered at Nature's Playhouse in Ferndale, therapy is a way to slow down and listen to your inner voice. Reach out for help if you need it. Trained in the assessment and treatment of postpartum mood and anxiety disorders, Linsey is well-equipped to support you on your journey into and through parenthood. She utilizes a practical and evidence-based treatment modality called cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). Reduced cost appointments available as well as support with insurance reimbursement.


Join a group of other metro Detroit pregnant moms for a weekend of self-care, growth, and fun. Take pause in this important time to reflect on your journey to this time of preparation for your little one's arrival and your launching a new and challenging phase. Learn strategies for self-care that will serve you well as you embark into the unknown territory of motherhood. It truly takes a village, so cultivate yours now. Take pause, reflect, and be well. Caring for yourself as a mother IS caring for your baby.  

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Support Groups: coming soon

When life is hard, it's always helpful to know you aren't alone. Drop in to check one out. We have groups focused on pregnancy, infertility, grief and loss, LGBTQ families, and parenting. If you want a group that we don't have, reach out and let us know!

Community Play: coming soon

For a small monthly fee, join the community you need to keep you sane on this parenting journey and your little ones stimulated and engaged. Every member contributes an activity (leading a stroller walk, hosting baby book club, heading up a toddler dance party, or whatever other good idea you can come up with) so our community play features a full calendar of events led by you! Try different ones or always attend your favorites, whatever suits you. Use this space to build deeper relationships with other parents as your kids thrive.


Did you know?

  • 1 in 7 moms suffer from depression or anxiety during pregnancy and postpartum.
  • Dads can get anxious and depressed during pregnancy and postpartum too.
  • Most postpartum women experience "postpartum blues," but if it lasts more than a couple weeks, you may need some support.

When to get help:

Are you feeling sad or depressed?

Is it difficult for you to enjoy yourself?

Do you feel irritable, panicky, tense, or anxious?

Are you having difficulty bonding with your baby?

Are you worried that you might hurt yourself or your baby?

Do you feel like you are less able to cope than before?

Reach out for help. You'll be glad you did.


Next Steps...

Reach out for support, questions, community, or resources.

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