Bringing Baby Home Program



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Having a baby is an opportunity for a new beginning – new relationships are built, new goals are set, and new dreams are created. However, despite the excitement that comes with welcoming a new baby, research has shown that the majority of couples will experience a significant drop in their quality of relationship and will have a dramatic increase in conflict. Challenges for new parents can also include emotional changes, postpartum and other mood disorders. These changes can often lead to compromised parenting, decreased quality in parent-infant interaction and a decline in partner relationship quality.

Based on years of research the couple’s emotional connection is the real foundation for a baby’s healthy development. The Bringing Baby Home Program is dedicated to improving the quality of life for babies and children by building a strong family foundation and strengthening the relationships of both partners to each other and with baby.

It is a researched-cased, researched-tested and psycho-educational program that is focused on helping expectant couples and parents of infants and toddlers to equip themselves with the knowledge and skills needed to cope constructively with the changes brought about by the birth of a child.

Goals of the workshop include:

  • Learn how to maintain relationship satisfaction after having a baby
  • Reduce relationship hostility, increase affection and connection, build resiliency
  • Promote positive parent-baby interactions
  • Promote quality involvement for both parents
  • Reduce the incidence or severity of postpartum mood disorders

Benefits of participating in this workshop:

Couples will be able to:

  • Explain what to expect during the transition to parenthood
  • Describe child development in the first year
  • Create strategies to co-parent with your partner
  • Learn ways to improve communication
  • Demonstrate how to strengthen friendship, intimacy, and conflict regulation skills
  • Recognize the signs of postpartum mood anxiety, and adjustment disorders and be aware of support or treatment options

Ways you can participate in this workshop:

  1. 6-weekly group classes
  2. Weekend retreat
  3. Private Intensive

For more information, connect with me here.

Who is this workshop for:

  • Expectant couples
  • Parents of newborns
  • Parents of infants & toddlers

This workshop is NOT suitable for couples experiencing the following:

  • Domestic violence, physical or sexual abuse in the relationship
  • Known suicidality
  • Untreated mental illness

As participants in this program, you will receive the following:

Workbook with over 250 pages of in-depth information, insights, examples and exercises help parents learn to:

  • Maintain relationship satisfaction after having a baby
  • Reduce relationship hostility and increase affection
  • Promote positive parent-baby interactions
  • Promote quality involvement for both parents
  • Reduce the incidence or severity of postpartum mood disorders

Six Bringing Baby Home Card Decks:

  • Love Maps
  • Love Maps for Couples with Kids
  • Open-Ended Questions
  • Father Cards
  • Softened Start-Up and Expressing Needs

These resources are designed to help couples in a Bringing Baby Home workshop learn the strategies and skills to make a successful transition to parenthood.

*Valued at $39 USD plus shipping & handling

Hire Me:

Does your company/organization have an Employee Assistance program (EAP) where this program will be beneficial to employees?

Are you an service or not-for-profit organization and would like to offer this workshop to your members/clients/community etc.?

Would you like to see this program in your city or community?

Connect with me to discuss option for bringing this program to your workplace or organization.


This workshop is psycho-educational, meaning that it was designed to serve as teaching and guidance for you and is not couples/family therapy. As an Educator & Facilitator, I am available to assist with class exercises and delivering the content, not to conduct therapy.