Having a baby is one of the most precious event a woman can go through. It’s life changing. But when you're faced with postpartum depression, that joy can be taken away from you and the family.
Postpartum is a topic that not many women care to talk about. It seems so unmotherly. Yet as Leslie McKeough, a licensed Clinical Social Worker specializing in postpartum adjustment and perinatal loss shared with us, close to 90% of women today will suffer some form of postpartum depression.
Leslie's approach combines support, education and counseling. She often works with women and their partners in the recovery process as postpartum difficulties affect the whole family. She also has several years experience working with adolescents and families.
If you or someone you know suffers from postpartum depression, go to www.corevalu.com or visit https://www.postpartum.net/ to find out where you can get help today.
Claudette Chenevert, known as The Stepmom Coach works with stepmoms who are struggling to create a cohesive family life. Claudette, a Master Certified Stepfamily Foundation Coach helps stepmoms build and create strong and healthy stepfamilies by helping stepmoms focus on what they want as a woman, a partner and a parent.
Claudette has over 30 years of experience as a stepmom and 36 years as a mother. She understands what it’s like to be in your shoes and teaches the best strategies to make life as a stepmom more harmonious.
Claudette offers online support groups, self-study stepmom programs, and one-on-one coaching. Claudette also writes for Stepmom Magazine, has a blog and speaks on parenting platforms. Her book The Stepmom's Book of Boundaries: How and Where to Draw the Line --for a Happier, Healthier Stepfamily? is available on Amazon, https://amzn.to/2DawHnZ
For more information of programs and service, go to https://www.stepmomcoach.com
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