Eden is a psychotherapist and yoga instructor. Eden earned her Bachelor’s degree from Knox College and a Master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. She has extensive training in Trauma Sensitive Yoga Therapy and Yoga Informed Psychotherapy as well as third wave approaches, including DBT, ACT, … Read More about Therapist Spotlight: Eden Himidian, MA, LCSW, RYT
On Monday, September 16th, 2019 we are hosting What Do Babies Really Need? as part of our Wildflower Talks series. As parents, we want what is best for our children. We fret over infant care items, the crib, the feedings. We want to be good parents. No matter how intensely we pursue this goal, questions … Read More about What Do Babies Really Need?
One of the most frequent questions we get asked at Beyond the Baby Blues is what defines the distinction between baby blues and a perinatal mood and anxiety disorder or PMAD. The description that the women we see in our groups provide over and over of how they are feeling is that they don’t feel … Read More about Postpartum Blues or Perinatal Mood and Anxiety disorder?
Pregnancy can be an exciting but also an unexpected transition for new parents. On one hand you are looking forward to bringing your newborn into the world, mentally and physically preparing for your growing family, all the while dreaming about what your bundle of joy will look like and how they will feel in your … Read More about What to Expect When You’re Expecting (In Your Sex Life)
What inspired me to become an acupuncturist is the desire to help people return to nature as well as their own true nature. Our bodies are microcosms reflecting the world around us, each with its own internal seasons, weather systems and rhythms. Puberty is a season, new motherhood is a season, and so is menopause. … Read More about Acupuncture: Balancing Body and Mind