Welcome to Mobile Mama

Navigating the tender terrain of motherhood

Motherhood requires simplicity. We have designed our counseling services, our books and our tools just for you.

Tools for Mamas

These tools were designed with and for you to support the normal but clunky experience of motherhood.

TRAINING RESOURCES

If you are a provider looking for resources and training in perinatal mental health, you have come to the right place.

THERAPY (online & in-person)

With a mission to support the “normal but clunky” transition to motherhood, we are here to listen, help, and guide you in developing the skills that will scaffold a more gentle transition during this time. We are so pleased that you are here and reaching out. You are not alone.

Motherhood takes courage and vulnerability. And so does reaching out for support. If you are experiencing a perinatal mood and/or anxiety disorder (PMAD), having fertility concerns, healing from a traumatic birth, experiencing grief or loss, OR if you are navigating the “clunky” but normal transition to motherhood, you are in good company.

Trusting Your Intuition New Mother

Lessons from a Sea Turtle Hatchling and the Journey to Motherhood

Playing at sunset on an island off the south coast of Florida, as my daughter dove for the frisbee, her hand landed beside a tiny...
Self Regulating for Parents (1)

Simple Strategies for Life’s Stressful Situations

For years, I was that parent who disembarked the airplane, three kids in tow, Sharpie scribbles on my cheek and yogurt (or some other sticky...
Labyrinth Birth Map

Lessons From the Labyrinth: The Ancient Map for Pregnancy, Birth and Motherhood

Just yesterday, I was reminded how long, arduous, and unpredictable the birth journey can be through a friend's experiences. Regardless of hearing the (sometimes complex)...
travels tips toddler

Incidents, Accidents, and Hilarity – Travels with a Toddler 

Like so many of our clients, the dance of managing diapers, dinners, dollars and keeping the house in some sort of organized manner, oftentimes feels...