Natalie is a psychotherapist at Wildflower. Natalie’s approach to psychotherapy is grounded in deep appreciation for the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit. She describes her orientation to clinical work as person-centered, trauma-informed, holistic, and mindfulness-based. Natalie is also a Registered Dance/Movement Therapist and a Registered Yoga Therapist. She received her Bachelor’s degree in theater … Read More about Therapist Spotlight: Natalie Breitmeyer, MA, LCPC, R-DMT, RYT
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Source: Photo by Omurden Cengiz on Unsplash Throughout your perinatal journey from early pregnancy to the day you give birth, you will encounter many decisions you need to make. Self-advocacy during this process is imperative as you communicate your needs and preferences regarding everything from where you would like to deliver your baby to medical … Read More about Your Perinatal Journey: A BRAIN Tool to Help Empower You in Decision-Making
Source: photo by Eneko Uruñuela on Unsplash Psychotherapy is a rich and vibrant field that is continually evolving. This means there is a great variety of therapeutic approaches practiced by mental health professionals. Some, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, are well-known and widely researched. Today we’d like to introduce you to a promising, newer modality … Read More about Learning About Therapeutic Modalities: What Is the Unified Protocol (UP)?
Source: Photo by Lina Trochez on Unsplash If your partner feels depressed in the weeks, months, or few years after having a baby, you likely feel desperate to take away their pain and make them feel better. It is incredibly difficult when someone you love is sad, hopeless, or distressed after having a baby and … Read More about Supporting a Partner Experiencing Postpartum Depression: Some Do’s and Don’ts