New Mothers Group
Virtual Support Group for Mothers of Infants up to 1 Year
When a child is born so is a mother. During the beginning stages of motherhood, it is essential that she feels seen, heard and supported as she navigates this role. The group’s purpose is to provide a safe space where a new mother is able to share any struggle she may be facing with others who are facing similar challenges. Members are new mothers of babies under one year of age who are searching for emotional support. This group is facilitated by Christina Pallotta, Licensed Social Worker and mother of three.
Sessions will include support from other new moms. Sessions will start with an ice breaker, discussion and then a close out. It will offer new Moms a way to connect and receive support during a very vulnerable time while still being at home and with their child as needed.
When is the course beginning?
Groups are held virtually at 11:30am on Tuesdays.
Where are the groups being held?
Group members will receive a link to log in.
Who is it open to?
New mothers of infants below 1 year. Babies are also welcome to attend!
$35 per week
Christina Pallotta, LSW
After filling out your application expressing interest, you will be connected with Ms. Pallotta to discuss your participation in the group.
Before beginning the group, approved participants will be given consent and payment authorization forms to fill out.
Christina Pallotta, LSW
Christina Pallotta is a compassionate, dedicated, Licensed Social Worker with a vast knowledge of human behavior, wellness and mental health. A Certified Health and Nutrition specialist, Ms. Pallotta spent many years in the field of nutrition and holistic health. She then obtained her Master’s Degree in Social Work from Simmons University in Massachusetts, and has since worked in a variety of community mental health and elementary school settings. She currently treats children and adults who are struggling with depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder, trauma, relationship challenges, stress, and parenting issues. Christina utilizes psychodynamic therapy, mindfulness, play therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), narrative therapy and solution focused therapy techniques in her work with clients. She uses a client-centered and collaborative approach in order to create a safe and welcoming space for clients to explore any and all of their experiences.