Prenatal lactation consultation
Planning on breastfeeding/chestfeeding? Meet with a certified Lactation Consultant before the baby is born to learn about those first few weeks of nursing and set realistic expectations. This is also an opportunity to address known challenges (like inverted nipples) or come up with a game plan to induce lactation.
Postpartum lactation consultation
Schedule an hour-long session with a certified Lactation Consultant to problem-solve your nursing experience — including dealing with low or excess milk supply, mastitis, nipple pain, latching issues, tongue-tie, and more — and plan for the transition to pumping or weaning.
Postpartum lactation follow-up
In this 45-minute follow-up session with a certified Lactation Consultant, check in with how you’re feeling about nursing, pumping, weaning, or wherever you’re at on your infant-feeding journey. You can also use this time to rethink your plan or even consider other options.
Mental health and relationship support
Individual therapy session
This session includes clinical assessment, treatment planning and intervention. The therapist will work with the client to identify areas which require increased support, then collaborate with the client to find customized solutions with practical applications to offer relief and a sense of empowerment in the prenatal and postpartum stages of the birthing journey.
Couples therapy session
This session includes psychoeducation on adult attachment and vulnerable communication. Frequently couples sessions support the couple around sex and intimacy, shifting family dynamics and parenting support.
The “main course” nutrition consultation
Spend an hour with a Registered Dietitian (RD) to get the 101 on nutrition, a basic nutrition assessment, supplement recommendations (including which recs are just noise), and recipes personalized for your life and needs.
The “a la carte” nutrition follow-up
We designed this 30-minute session as a follow-up to the “main course” consultation for anyone who wants to check in with their nutritional goals, see how those goals are showing up in their daily lives, and reassess where they’re at nutritionally.