Often, expecting parents anticipate a happy transition into parenthood with an instant emotional connection with their little ones. Many parents do not expect traumatic childhood experiences, sexual abuse, or past experiences to interfere with their birthing process or the parent-child relationship. Many underestimate the fact that pregnancy cause hormonal, physical, psychological, and spiritual changes requiring special care or attention. Little Ones provide the individualized care every parent– particularly mothers need in the perinatal period and first five years of parenthood.
Hormonal, physical, and psychological changes can trigger perinatal mood and anxiety disorders (PMADs), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), or other pregnancy-related psychological illnesses.
Little Ones Emotional Readiness Course and Perinatal Mentorship Program integrate evidence-based strategies to:
- Promptly identify perinatal depression, anxiety, and other pregnancy-related psychological illnesses
- Reduce your risk for developing PMADs and other pregnancy-related psychological illnesses
- Promptly identify and reduce your child’s risk for developmental delays caused by attachment issues
- Spiritually and emotionally prepare you for motherhood
- Enhance Reflective Functioning or Mindful parenting
- Prevent and assess intergenerational trauma transfer
- Help you develop a secure attachment with your child
Do you want to give your little ones a better childhood than you experienced?
Do you find yourself yelling at your little ones more often than you anticipated?
Do you want your child to master developmental milestones and excel academically?
Does your child have a developmental disorder or delay, and no one seems to understand you?
Little Ones Early childhood Mom Mentorship Program addresses these needs. You will learn how to:
- Enhance your little ones’ emotional intelligence
- Develop a secure attachment with your little ones
- Become a reflective and mindful parent
- Interact purposefully with your little ones
- Break the cycle of intergenerational trauma
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Spirituality & Emotional Wellness
Whether you are a mom or future mom, these free devotionals/reading plans will help you grow in faith and learn how to build a strong spiritual foundation in parenthood.
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Postpartum sex is hardly discussed. Yet, it requires a lot of emotional and physical preparation. Learn some truths about postpartum sex in this video. Are there things you wish you knew about postpartum sex? Also sign up for a private class to learn more.
Little Ones Mom Mentorship programs can help you address intergenerational patterns affecting your parent-child relationship. Read More and Schedule a Free consultation Here
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