Services Offered

Breastfeeding Education Classes

The CDC reports that 60% of mothers do not breastfeed for as long as they plan…..we are here to help. We offer several varieties of breastfeeding education classes. In our most popular class, we cover the breastfeeding basics from puberty to postpartum. We also have a class specifically for breastfeeding multiples, where we focus on best practices with regard to latch, timing, and routines to help Mom get some rest too! For our non-breastfeeding support persons, (this means you Dad, Grandma, Auntie, Godmother, etc…) we have a class that reviews helpful tips for supporting Mom.

In addition to these, we have classes that cover topics including breastfeeding older infants and toddlers, weaning, induced lactation and relactating, adoption, and much more! Whether you’re a first-time mom, or you’ve been down this road before, join these classes for some helpful tips on how to make your breastfeeding journey one that is meaningful for you and your bab(ies).

Breastfeeding/Lactation Consults

For many, group-setting breastfeeding classes just aren’t enough. For a more personalized experience, we offer individual and family consults for breastfeeding support and individualized education. Our goal is to help navigate breastfeeding challenges before, during, and after childbirth.

Individual Therapy

Motherhood is hard. We offer individual therapy to help process challenges that occur throughout pregnancy, including adjusting to motherhood, grief and loss, and parental stressors of all kinds. We hope to provide a space for you to feel supported and reminded that you are more than a mother.

Family Therapy

Expanding families creates new opportunities for change that can be challenging for all to adjust. Oftentimes, miscommunication and self-preservation lead to relationship breakdown; we want to encourage and support you while you make decisions for the best life for your family.

Substance Use Evaluation/Screening/Treatment

Current research indicates despite medical, psychological, and developmental issues that may arise from drug-exposed infants, breastfeeding should continue due to the documented benefits of human milk. Substance use treatment required via court mandate and/or family reunification plans is offered with additional parameters. Consultation is required.