We focus on you.
You’ve spent so much time getting pregnant, being pregnant, setting up the nursery, creating a birth plan. After your newborn comes home, all the focus is on the baby. But what about mom? That’s where Après Birth comes in.
We'll make sure that you don't just survive—you will thrive.
At Après Birth, you’ll connect with a community of moms in the same phase of life. You’ll experience the positive benefits of a strong support system and get helpful advice. You’ll rediscover who you are.
Intense focus on women’s health prenatally is unbalanced by infrequent and late postpartum care.
I go from seeing my patients almost every week, and then I see them again at 3 and 6 weeks. They ask me when I will see them next. The answer is in a year. They just look at me in disbelief. I had nowhere to send them. Now I do.
Tiffany’s guidance and the group’s support have played an invaluable role in helping me with the difficult transition and identity crisis that comes with new motherhood.
These sessions are a lifeline—like group therapy mixed with a rare opportunity in new parenthood to form and deepen meaningful relationships.
I love that the sessions are on Zoom and we’re able to connect from the comfort of our own homes.
Tiffany is so knowledgeable on every topic. She is open, kind, welcoming, and funny — and she always makes me feel like I’m doing a great job as a parent.
As a second time mom, the group was the highlight of my week and while many of the struggles are the same as first-time moms, Tiffany made sure I felt supported when dealing with the changes of growing your family.
Tiffany’s new parent group was my main source of support for the first six months of motherhood. I don’t know where I would be without it.
With two little ones at home, a 2-year old and a newborn, zoom was the perfect way of “getting out there” without having to leave the house.
Tiffany’s after-birth group was nothing short of a lifesaver for me. I had no idea what to expect of new motherhood, and it turned out to be much more daunting than anticipated.
Talking with other moms is inspiring in many different ways, but especially because we learn from each other.
“I had to deliver four weeks early due to preeclampsia and my entire body was extremely swollen, making latching to my breast difficult for my daughter. The hospital could not provide a lactation consultant the first day, but fortunately I was able to use Après Birth telehealth. It saved my breastfeeding relationship and my sanity in those first few crucial days.”
The toddler years are tough. Tiffany’s positive discipline workshop taught me how to be firm with my kids in a loving manner. The parent-child role playing exercise helped me understand the child’s perspective and speak with them in a manner that they’ll better respond to and learn from.
I learned that no matter what number kid it was, where we lived, what kind of career we had, whether we breastfed or bottle-fed, we were all in the trenches together and we all needed support.
Liz H. Tampa, FL
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