A Support Group for New Moms and Babies under a year
Facilitated by Stephanie St. John Olear
Mondays 11 am- 12:30 pm,
Beginning September 25th
Financial (aid) questions? Email: email@example.com
Join other first time moms in this new group opportunity for support and connection. Becoming a mother is fully transformative yet it can also be stressful and isolating. This group provides a break from that isolation and stress in a comfortable, non-judgmental, safe space. We will discuss all relevant issues that arise from going through the incredible transformation into motherhood. Join us as a way to build community with those who deeply understand what you are you experiencing.
This 4-session weekly group will be facilitated by Stephanie St. John Olear, MHC-LP, a mental health counselor who was once a new mom herself. Mothers and their babies (newborn to under a year old) are invited to join.
Stephanie St. John Olear is a Mental Health Counselor who works with adolescents, families and adults. She completed her graduate studies with a focus on helping families in transition as well as helping those in recovery from substance abuse and mental illness. Stephanie enjoys working with all age groups, providing advocacy for LGBTQIA++; and has been trained in how to promote coping skills for emotional regulation, eating disorders, anxiety, and depression. Stephanie also uses mindfulness techniques that can both empower and heal, along with CBT and DBT, for a well rounded person-centered approach that helps the client participate in a life long journey toward wellness. Stephanie was trained in the Zero Suicide model to assess and prevent suicide. Stephanie holds a Master’s degree in Mental Health Counseling from the State University of New York at New Paltz. In addition to her clinical training, Stephanie also has a BFA in Musical Theatre from Syracuse University and is an accomplished musician and writer. She strives to bring her creativity to therapy. She is a firm believer in the healing power of artistic expression and has led groups that promote healing from trauma through writing and vocal expression.
REGISTER FOR MOTHER'S CIRCLE
845-532-6064 | firstname.lastname@example.org