We’re so thankful to the team over at Covey for featuring us in their blog spotlight. Check out this “sneak peak” video they made from one of our classes. Read Covey’s original post. Covey helps parents to find community, meet
Part 3 in our Q&A Series with Wright Mommy and Me Class Leaders Jennifer McNamara, MFT has been leading Wright Mommy and Me classes since 2012. Jennifer also has a private practice in West Los Angeles where she conducts mental
Did you or someone you know recently have a baby? Check out our upcoming Wright Mommy and Me classes around Los Angeles. To sign up or for more information, please email yours and baby’s names, birth date, phone # and
Part 2 in our Q&A Series with Wright Mommy and Me Class Leaders Lindsay Anderson, LCSW has been leading Wright Mommy and Me classes for several years. She also has a private psychotherapy practice in Agoura Hills, specializing in postpartum
It may seem like the concept de jour, but mindfulness or mindful awareness is a practice that goes back thousands of years. Only fairly recently have we been able to understand, from a brain science perspective, why and how mindfulness
Today we are kicking off a Q&A series with our Wright Mommy and Me class leaders so that you can get to know them a bit more personally. Have you met Kim-Lan Dovan, MFT? Kim-Lan is a licensed Marriage and
It’s startling how much better we humans feel when helping arms reach out to hold our babies, stir our pots and smile knowingly into our tired eyes. There’s nothing more comforting than a bunch of nodding heads when a mom
Julie talks about choosing a lovey for your baby to facilitate sleep.
Julie discusses what secure attachment looks like over time, and why it’s important to be well attuned to your child’s needs.
Julie explains how fostering a secure attachment with your child is about “being” rather than “doing”.