With Naomi Stadlen
Babies of any age welcome.
Mothers Talking is a relaxed and friendly space for meeting other mums. It’s not like a casual chat among friends, though, it has a structure that encourages discussion, and is highly supportive, led by counsellor Naomi Stadlen. Few jobs other than motherhood leave women feeling so alone, so unsupported, and with so much responsibility. Mothers face all kinds of decisions, and many feel unprepared for this, or situations can be entirely unexpected. Relationships with family, friends and colleagues may also change when a first or subsequent child comes along.
It is heartwarming to discover, by talking, how much we all share as mothers. Talking affirms the importance of what we are doing as mothers and this group offers a wonderful space to share, to feel supported, and to realise that you are doing really well! Babies enjoy these meetings too. There is no age limit for them and both breast and bottle fed babies are welcome.
Naomi is a BACP senior accredited counsellor psychotherapist and UKRC Registered existential psychotherapist. She teaches at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling and supervises at the Claremont Centre. She is also a breastfeeding counsellor and leads the Central London Group for La Leche League GB.
Naomi is the author of two acclaimed books that every expectant or new mother should read:
‘What Mothers Do – Especially When it Looks Like Nothing’
and ‘How Mothers Love – and How Relationships are Born’
Where, When & Cost
There is no need to book – just come along.
Every Wednesday morning – 10.00 – 11.30am
No class on 26 December & 9 January.
Cost: £15.00 per session
For more information call Naomi 020 8888 6857 or visit www.naomistadlen.com
You may also be interested in some Postnatal Yoga for yourself with baby.