In the thick of new motherhood trying to figure out how to best take care of this sweet little human but between a tantruming toddler, sleepless nights and your own emotional rollercoaster, it's been a matter of just surviving every day. Thriving feels like a thing of the past.
You hear things like
"Mother's are strong!".... but you feel so down and discouraged.
"Motherhood is such a blissful time"..... but you feel like crying more often than not.
"It takes a village." .... but your husband works 40+ hours and your "village" is non-existent.
You're not alone and it doesn't have to stay this way.
Would you like to:
Feel more capable of managing day-to-day life so that when the baby is crying for some unknown reason and you're up to your eyeballs in laundry you have the skills that are rooted in your faith and mental strength to cope?
In just 8 weeks you can become equipped with practical and biblical ways to deal with this stage of life and begin to enjoy this amazing season of motherhood.
What Do You Get?
An hour and a half sessions every Wednesday for 8 consecutive weeks
Learn more about how to manage the different aspects of your specific stage of life
Group sessions allow you to get a great deal if you've been wanting professional therapy without the price tag
Biblically Based Counsel
Holistic therapy that integrates and utilizes your faith for true health and healing.
Surround yourself with people who can relate to your stage of life
Take the timeless skills you've learned and use them forever
How Does It Work?
1. Enroll in our next available group start date
2. Join our weekly virtual sessions for 8 weeks
3. Engage in the group and begin utilizing what you're learning at home.
4. End your 8 weeks with fresh perspective, new skills, and a hope for this stage of motherhood.
5. Optional: If you loved our group coaching, you may want to try 1:1 sessions for continued support.
"Been going to Analin for weekly sessions for a couple of months now, and I can truthfully admit that choosing her as my therapist was and still is a beneficial decision for my mental health.
Initially I was a bit worried at the prospect of even starting therapy, but when I finally decided to take the plunge I was treated with a prompt and informative email; from the very beginning, she was responsive and attentive to my needs. She recommended an over the phone consultation and paired it with a questionnaire for me to fill out in order to get a sense of who I was/am as a person. Those two small gestures allowed me to feel comfortable, and gave me a solid sense of who I was going to be spending 1:1 time with for my sessions.
Since the first interactions going forward it has been a rewarding experience. I've definitely gained perspective and insights from my time spent with her- she's challenged me, provided me with out of session tasks, recommended supplemental readings, as well as offering ideas of personal projects to further my insights into what I want and how that's possible. She has been non-judgmental, is a great listener, provides great counsel and is incredibly kind. Would recommend her to anyone willing to better themselves!"
"It is a pleasure and honor to have worked with Analin as a colleague and mental health professional for several years. Analin has grace and patience when working with clients. Over the years, I have seen her help families, couples, and children feel better and live healthier lives. Anyone would be lucky to have her as a therapist!"
"I've had the great pleasure of working with Analin and through the years she has become more than a colleague but a trusted friend. I have seen the tremendous work she has done serving children, families, and adults. She is truly devoted to the work she does and has a beautiful way of instilling hope to those she serves. I highly recommend her to anyone seeking therapy!"
"Great therapist. Very welcoming and a great listener, she's an amazing person."
What Will We Cover?
Emotional Support For Moms
and depression in the postpartum stage
Regulating Our Emotions
Finding out how your brain works and ways to stay emotionally balaced
Learning your triggers and biblical ways to manage physiological reactions
Learn ways to identify
and attend to your own personal needs
Shifting Our Thoughts
How to take captive, manage and shift thoughts to what is true
How to practice healthy physical and emotional boundaries as a Christian
Learn effective ways to increase positive interactions with others
Building Social Support
Learning the importance of building a relationship network and how to do it
Meet Your Therapists
Analin Flores, LMFT 108171. Is a Christian therapist with a blended family of four children (two step-adult children and two teens). She has a private practice in Woodland Hills, CA that specializes in working with women and couples to achieve mental and emotional wellbeing.
Salpi Maghakian, LMFT 99684. Is a Christian therapist and currently is a mom to two teenagers. She has a private practice that caters to kiddos ages 0-14 in Woodland Hills who struggle with adjustment issues related to school, new siblings, and divorce/grief.
This is For You If...
you have a baby 2 years or younger
you live in California
you are a Christian woman who wants to integrate faith in group counseling.
you are struggling adjusting to the changes of being a new mother for the 1st or 2nd time.
you are a mother struggling with postpartum depression or anxiety.
you have the time available from 9:00 am. to 10:30 a.m. on Wednesdays during the Summer
This is NOT For You If...
you haven’t given birth yet
you don’t live in California
you are having thoughts of not wanting to live*
you are not feeling stable and can’t focus.*
you are experiencing a manic episode*
you are excessively drinking or/and using recreational drugs.*
you are not open to the Christian faith.
*Individual therapy is necessary
1. When is the next group starting?
Our next sessions start on Wednesday July 12th and run for 8 consectutive week.
2. What kind of investment is involved?
Time investment of 1 and a half hours per week for 8 weeks and a financial investment of $50 per session
3. What if I can’t join one session? (going on vacation, emergency Dr.’s appointment) would I lose that session?
We are flexible and understand unexpected things may come up. Just let us know in advance. We encourage you to mark your calendar and block it in order for you to receive the support you need.
4. What if I can’t make it to one session, would I get refunded?
Unfortunately, sessions are non-refundable. This is an exclusive support group and we are accepting a limited number of participants. Please see our cancellation policy before signing up.
5. What If my baby is crying during a session?
We know as moms that babies will cry and that’s okay. We ask that you mute yourself while on zoom and comfort your child. Your baby is your priority!
6. What if I am not a Christian but I am okay with faith integration?
While the group includes Christian content and materials we accept all moms who want to receive support.
You don't have to be a Christian to participate, we offer you the same love and compassion, regardless of your personal beliefs.
7. What if I am shy and I don’t want to talk?
We want to provide a safe space to all participants so they can feel comfortable, therefore, you will not be forced to talk and you will be welcome to speak and ask questions as you want to. You will get the most from the group if you are willing to advocate for your needs.
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"For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope."