Help is here....
As a parent, you need to become an expert on everything from diaper rash and mindfullness to brain development and sleep. Add to that the added pressures we now all face with self-isolation, and we’re all missing the added support of our village.
With over 33 years of experience educating and supporting expecting and new parents we’ve learned how important it is to have guidance from credentialed experts and the support of community. Given the financial challenges everyone is facing and the uncertainty of how long this will last, we’ve worked closely with Dr. Jill Campbell to come up with new class offerings to support you.
You can now join a series of 60 minute Workshops for $120 to get hands on guidance on the issues that are most important to you. We've grouped them based on the age of your baby so they are most relevant to you. These workshops are led by credentialed therapists and educators who specialize in early childhood development and maternal mental health, and they will present evidence-based information regarding the specific topic followed by Q&A.
As an added bonus, if you sign up for our Best Of Workshops, you can join Dr. Jill’s Virtual Village Parenting Gathering for free. Groups include weekly topics, guided meditation, parent check-ins and Q&A time. Classes are offered weekly but space is limited. For more info click here. https://www.pumpstation.com/pages/virtual-village-parent-gatheringsThe Swaddlers: (Newborn-2 months)
Attachment Theory: The Process of Bonding
Sleep: Getting Off to a Good Start
Caregivers: What to Know
Renegotiating Your Relationship with Your Partner After Baby
The Rollers: (babies 3-5 months).
Sleep: How it’s Changing (part 1)
Sleep: How it’s Changing (part 2)
Introducing Solid Food
The Shakers: (babies 6-9 months)
Stranger Awareness and Separation Anxiety
Screen Time: How Does it Affect Your Baby's Brain Development
Sleep: Checking In
The Crawlers: (babies 10-13 months)
Finding a Good Preschool
Weaning: Breast and Bottle
Conscious Parenting: How to Foster Self-Esteem
An Introduction to Respectful Discipline
The Movers: (babies 14-17 months)
Toys and Play: Tools for Learning
Feeding Your Toddler: No Picky Eaters Please!
Screen Sense: Guidelines for Screen Use
The Explorers (babies 18-30 months):
How to Foster Cooperation & Listening in Your Toddler
Potty Talk: Steps to Toilet Training
The Myth of the Perfect Mom