More Than Just the Nursery Series Registration Now Open Registration is open to new or expecting moms, dads, and families for my More Than Just the Nursery Series Classes are going to be via Zoom due to COVID-19 Restrictions
Hello! I am currently Open and Accepting New Clients. One of my specialities is in Perinatal Mood Disorders. I am excited this summer to be launching my “More Than Just the Nursery Series” Focusing on Maternal Mental Health and Relationships. The series comes with an 80 page workbook that includes Milestone Trackers, Journals, andContinue reading “More Than Just the Nursery Series”
These are questions I get asked all the time from concerned parents. Lets go over some of the facts: In the 1940’s some research was done that indicated clinical depression in infants that were deprived of a primary caregiving relationship.1 In the years to come and through developmental theory, it was suggested that actually childrenContinue reading “Does My Child Need Therapy?”
Everyone talks about the nursery. Listen, we got the diapers, we picked out the name, we put the crib together barely. Those last months of pregnancy can seem like years. Anxiously awaiting your little bundle of joy. Babies are joy, but it also can be challenging and trying. Listen mommas, it is hard. Everyone isContinue reading “More Than Just the Nursery Intro : Sneak Peak”
————— If you feel like we would be a good fit, feel free to reach out to me, my confidential phone number is 463-204-0909 (call or text) and my email is TraciSchankLCSW@CounselingSecure.com. I can’t wait to hear from you!
At first it was “if I just get some sleep, I’ll feel better” or “if I can take a hot shower, I’ll feel better”. However, the next six months would continue to take me to a darker and darker place… I often hear that my niche is very specific. Some people love it, some peopleContinue reading “My “Why?””
Often times, new parents worry about their infants social and emotional development. Some will say “She has always been a happy baby” or “He is so shy”. When an infant is born, their capacity to express emotions is likely biologically based. They are responding to basic survival needs and trying to get those met. However,Continue reading “What Emotions Does My Baby Feel?”