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Bringing Home Baby

Are you as prepared for the postpartum period as you are for birth?

88% of moms say they aren't
prepared for the postpartum period.

Have you been wondering:

Am I ready to bring my baby home?

What are risk factors for postpartum depression?

What should I expect as a new parent?

How do I prepare for postpartum?

What are baby blues?

What should I expect in the fourth trimester?

How do I make boundaries for people that want to meet the baby?

We Have Your Answers

We want to prepare you for postpartum and parenthood.

For only $45, you get:

  • Two hours of content 

  • Handouts to help you communicate with support people

  • Worksheets to prepare with your partner

  • Recipes to help you stock your freezer prior to birth

  • Prepared for postpartum and parenthood


Out of 130 couples surveyed, 2/3 of them identified a significant decrease in the quality of their relationship in the first three years after bringing their baby home.

The Gottman Institute

Mother and Daughter

Topics Include:

  1. Changes for mom

  2. Changes for supporting partner

  3. Changes for relationship

  4. Changes for your mental health

  5. How to interact with your support system

  6. Considerations if things don't go according to plan

Presented by


Cathie is a the Owner of
Tennessee Reproductive Therapy and a specialist in reproductive and maternal mental health. Cathie is a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine and Postpartum Support International. 


Leighton is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who specializes in reproductive and maternal mental health. Leighton specializes in helping clients during a pregnancy after loss and helping clients prepare for the postpartum season. 


Leslie Binford, DNP

Leslie is an RN and Doctor of Nursing Practice who is a professor at Austin Peay State University and is on the board of Tennessee's chapter of Postpartum Support International. She offers medication management for women in the postpartum season.

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