Next available session *VIRTUAL*
September 17-October 22, 2021
Fridays @ 12-1:15pm
6 session series
Open to parents with babies 0-4 months (at the start of the group)
Sliding Scale $125-200 with no one turned away for lack of funds
(please email email@example.com if sliding scale options are prohibitive)
The first months of parenthood are magical and intense. They can also be very isolating. This group will give you the space and time to come together with other new parents to get and receive support. We will explore the emotional and physical changes you are going through as a parent and provide you with tools to support your baby's development and growth. In addition to having time for open discussion, each meeting will include a special topic. Babies are welcome and encouraged to attend with their parent! This group is geared toward ONE primary caretaker of any identity caring for a baby or babies 0 to 4 months old. Please register by 7pm the day before the session starts. You will receive zoom link by email prior to the first session. The group is limited to 10 participants.
The group will be led by Sonia Reiter who is a mom, occupational therapist specializing in pelvic floor therapy in the perinatal population and pre/postpartum yoga teacher. She has been facilitating new parent support groups since 2018.
Have questions? Contact Sonia: firstname.lastname@example.org
The New Parent Support Group is produced in collaboration with The Wild in Brooklyn, NY which empowers parents to embrace their authentic and wild selves by providing products and education to support their unique journey through parenthood.
About the instructor:
Sonia Reiter is a pelvic floor occupational therapist, a pre/postpartum yoga teacher and mom to a two-and-a-half year old son. Through her work with clients as well as her own life experience, Sonia has developed a deep understanding of the importance of connection and support during the physical, psychological and social transformation inherent in early parenthood. She loves facilitating new parent support groups and helping participants to feel less alone and more equipped on this amazing ride.