“Up to 45% of new mothers have reported experiencing birth trauma.”
— Journal of Perinatal Education
How Do I Know If I Need Perinatal Or Postpartum Counseling?
If you’re a new or expecting mother, you might have questions about your pregnancy, emotions, and so much more.
You might even…
Be unexcited about celebrating your pregnancy
Often feel depressed or anxious
Feel unable to connect with your baby or partner
Seriously doubt yourself as a parent
Be unable to sleep even when your baby is sleeping
Think about harming yourself or your baby
You are heard.
But struggling in silence isn’t a reliable solution, and chances are that your symptoms of Perinatal Mood Disorder and Postpartum Depression will get worse over time without help from an experienced therapist.
My Wellness Center offers an effective alternative to staying silent about your pain.
Serious Support For Expecting Mothers
Becoming a mother in any capacity is no easy milestone, and everything you’re feeling is valid.
My Wellness Center’s team of seasoned therapists works with moms before, during, and after their pregnancies to ensure they have the helping hand they need to be the best possible version of themselves.
Possible treatment options include:
- Routine Therapy
- Support Groups
- Family & Relationship Counseling
Start Perinatal Or Postpartum Therapy With My Wellness Center And…
Finally get the rest you need to take care of yourself and your baby
Develop and enhance communications with your family
Better prepare for upcoming lifestyle changes
Ease feelings of anxiety, stress, and depression
Improve your self-confidence
Meet My Wellness Center’s Founder
Tomilyn has a Master's in Professional Counseling Degree from Carlow University and is also an Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) practitioner. She works with clients who have experienced traumatic births, PTSD, grief and loss, anxiety, voluntary and involuntary termination of parental rights, and domestic violence. She has also previously worked as a birth doula, attending over 30 births.
She also founded the MAYA Organization, a nonprofit organization that focuses on supporting people during and after pregnancy. MAYA continues to serve the needs of pregnant and parenting people in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Tomilyn (Tomi) Ward, LPC, MPC
Founder, CEO, & Therapist