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Support Groups for New Moms

Modern group therapy for moms needing community and connection

Virtual support group for new moms in the Bay Area, California, and Puerto Rico

You knew being a mom was going to be work, but you didn't expect it to be this much work.   

You're trying to juggle it all, but you're feeling overwhelmed and tired.  


Your relationship since you had kids, is different and not sure what to do about it.  

You love you child so much, but sometimes it's exhausting and it feel like it's too much.  


It's hard to tell your friends and family how much your struggling, since you feel guilt and shame. 

If you're looking for a support group for moms who get it, you're in the right place.  

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In our group therapy for new moms we'll help you:

  1. Connect with other moms who are needing support

  2. Talk about the changes you've noticed in your relationship with your partner 

  3. Respond rather than react when your little one is having a meltdown

  4. Develop a realistic plan to self care and recharge time for you

  5. Discuss the challenges of working outside the home as well as staying home full time

  6. Communicate healthy boundaries with family members

  7. Clarify your values as a mom and woman 

  8. Develop practical coping skills to help you show up as the person you want to be 

"Being a mother is learning about strengths you didn't know you had and dealing with fears you never knew existed.”


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Give yourself the space to connect with moms who get it

Our group therapy will give you a safe space to talk about how you're feeling and get support from other moms.  Our trained therapists will help you develop practical skills to cope with the stressors of parenting, while giving you an opportunity to process your experience.  


Group therapy for new moms in Calfornia and Puerto Rico will help you feel more grounded and aligned in your life so you can show up as your authenic self.   

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Build community that provides support and hope

  • How does Therapy in Puerto Rico work?
    We offer both in-person and online therapy for adults and teens who are residents of Puerto Rico. All online therapy sessions are held virtually on the HIPAA compliant platform SimplePractice. For those clients interested in Walk and Talk therapy, we will have our initial session virtually and then we will schedule our follow up sessions and meet either at the Lagoon of Condado or at Escambron beach.
  • Do you provide therapy services in English?
    Yes! Both Kristin and Maegan provide services in English. Check our bio pages to learn more about each of us.
  • Do you offer in-person therapy?
    Yes! We also offer a limited number of Walk-and-Talk slots for clients who are interested in meeting in person but also want to embrace nature.
  • What is Walk and Talk therapy?
    Walk and Talk therapy is like traditional psychotherapy, but it's held outdoors while incorporating movement. We'll be embracing nature and walking while we're talking about your concerns. Walk and Talk therapy allows us to be able to incorporate a mind-body approach while processing your thoughts and feelings. There are many benefits of Walk and Talk therapy both for our physical and mental health. Walk and Talk sessions start from Escambron Beach in San Juan. Feel free to contact us to learn more about Walk and Talk therapy.
  • What are you fees for therapy in Puerto Rico?
    Kristin's session fee is $225 for a 50 minute individual session, $250 for couples therapy. Maegan's session fee is $150 for a 50 minute session. We are out of network providers and can provide you a superbill at the end of the month upon request. Please contact your insurance provider to inquire about your out-of-network mental health benefits. **Please note that superbills require a mental health diagnosis. Please read more about the benefits of private pay services on our general FAQ page.
  • How will I know if you're the right therapist in Puerto Rico for me?
    Let's talk about it! You can book your free phone consultation online so we can talk about what kind of support you're looking for and how we could work together.
  • If I'm off the island, can we still have our therapy sessions?"
    It depends. Each state has its own licensing board for therapist. If you' re going to be traveling off-island, please let us know so we can determine if we can continue to see you.
  • I'm ready to start therapy, what should I do next?
    Congratulations on making the decision to begin therapy! Next step is to book online or complete our contact form to schedule a free 15 minute phone consultation to make sure we're a good fit to work together. Looking forward to talking to you!
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