Postpartum Peer Support Helps Physical and Mental Health

Find parent-to-parent nursing support BEFORE your baby is born so you can get real help and information for when you need it most (instead of too late)!

Having support makes it far more likely that you will be able to successfully initiate and maintain nursing and lactation.

Nursing your baby is not only good for the physical health of you and your child, but is also very helpful in promoting bonding and mental well-being for both. And having regular peer support and validation helps to alleviate postpartum mental health issues!

Also, remember that LaLecheLeague International supports the lactation needs of nonbinary / trans parents!

Specialties

∙ Practice Focus & Specialties:
∙ Adults and young adults
∙ College issues
∙ Intersectional & multicultural concerns (prejudice & discrimination)
∙ LGBTQ/NB concerns
∙ Race / gender issues
∙ Expectant / new mothers
∙ International culture issues
∙ Family of origin issues
∙ Adult disordered eating
∙ Fitness / body image
∙ Depression and dysthymia
∙ Anxiety / panic
∙ Bipolar disorder
∙ Trauma history / PTSD / dissociation
∙ Insomnia
∙ Chronic illness

Payment and Rates

∙ NEW: Sliding-scale fee discount: Please email us for the simple discount application form to see what your discount would be. You don’t have to be “low-income”: any client or prospective client may fill out the application just to see. There are no obligations or mailing lists.

∙ Insurance:

∙ We DO NOT bill insurances directly. Your insurance may have out-of-network benefits, which may reimburse you for certain providers such as dentists, therapists, or other specialists.

∙ Insurance reimbursement service is available for most insurances (clients pay at time of visit, we give client a receipt or submit the receipt to insurance, insurance sends client a reimbursement check).

More details here: Payment and Clinical Services Rates