Speaking & Workshops
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Let's learn about motherhood together.

In our culture, we do a lot more talking about our developing infants and how to care for them, then we do about the process of becoming a mother and how to care for yourself during this critical life stage.

Kerri is passionate about changing the dialogue! 

Because, we are better mothers when we know how to better care for ourselves.

Host a workshop for your group!

Are you part of a church or community women’s group that serves pregnant or new moms? 

Schedule a call with Kerri to discuss having her come to speak to your group. She has almost two decades of experience working with expecting parents as a childbirth educator and postpartum support group facilitator. She has spoken at MOPS groups, as well as taught infant care and the Happiest Baby on the Block course.  Kerri has completed Postpartum Support International’s Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders: Components of Care certificate.

Book a time for a brief call with Kerri so that she can better understand your needs and see if there’s a fit! 

Speaking topics include:

Postpartum Planning

Recovery after baby is born goes so much smoother when we plan for it! Learn how to build a postpartum plan that takes your individual priorities into account. This interactive workshop includes a beautifully designed postpartum planning guide. Each woman attending will leave with an actionable plan to put in place before baby arrives.

The Transition to Motherhood

Becoming a mother is a major developmental life stage, but our culture doesn’t commonly recognize it as such. So, when a women feels the physical, emotional, relational and spiritual upheaval that motherhood often brings, she can feel guilt and shame. Each women attending will leave with a mini-book to help her process her expectations of motherhood in a healthy, Christ-honoring way.

Relationship Changes

Having a baby changes you…and your relationships. Learn how to navigate expectations in your marriage, with your parents and in-laws, friends, co-workers and your children. This interactive workshop will help participants to think through their own unique family identity, as well as learn practical tips to strengthen your marriage during the busy postpartum period.