• Keiko Yoneyama-Sims

New Parents Support Group is starting on January 9th

Direct Osteopathic Primary Care and Small Steps Count Counseling are thrilled to announce our a New Parent Support Group: The Fourth Trimester, Support for Life with Your Little One.

Taking care of a newborn demands physical, mental and emotional energy. Our six week workshop series provides a safe and supportive environment to share your story and connect with other mothers.

Workshop Highlights

  • Managing postpartum depression and anxiety with mental health support and holistic treatment options

  • Adjusting to parenthood as an individual and as a couple

  • Developing effective communication strategies with health care professionals

  • Reintroducing self-care

Our First 6-Week Session Starts January 9th!

Workshops will be held every Tuesday at 10 am at our offices located at 16 Lakeside Lane, Lakeside, CO 80212.

Babies are welcome!

Sign up today by going to https://goo.gl/forms/gbZkd2HQOjO4IX5c2 or call (720)739-0668.

We look forward to seeing you there!

— Dr. Brie & Keiko

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