Postpartum Mental Healing with Perinatal Mental Health Therapist Jill Culver
Welcome to the Healing After Birth podcast. I am your host, Jennifer Summerfeldt, author and creator of the Healing After Birth book and program. You can order a copy of the book on Amazon.com or learn more about my services at www.jscoaching.co
In this episode we explore the topics of:
- Domestic life as a mom and the challenges we face, especially for those who do not enjoy the domestic life of motherhood.
- Jill shares vulnerably about her experience with PPD and what she did to find her way out; and her challenges with motherhood.
- We addressed struggles the 'working mom' can experience
- Closed with some tips and suggestions for getting support
To learn more about Jill Culver please visit www.jillculver.ca
Jill Culver has over 20 years of experience working alongside families during their childbearing year. She is a counsellor in private practice, specializing in the emotional challenges that can accompany pregnancy, childbirth, and early parenting. Jill has experience working with families around mood issues, pregnancy and infant loss, traumatic childbirth, childbirth fear, intrusive thoughts and postpartum adjustment. Jill’s previous roles include Birth and Postpartum Doula, Pregnancy Outreach Counsellor, Mental Health Counsellor and, most recently, a Perinatal Social Worker at Victoria General Hospital in British Columbia Canada. Jill holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of British Columbia. Jill offers in person counselling in Victoria, and around the world by Skype or phone. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or through her website www.jillculver.ca. She speaks and runs workshops on mental health topics for doulas, birth-workers, and midwives.
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