The Postpartum Therapy Support Group: Register Now!

The Postpartum Therapy Support Group is facilitated by Dr. Jasmine H. Winbush, PsyD for mothers with kid(s) under the age of 2 who are hoping to receiving support on adjusting to motherhood.

Each week there will be a focus topic. In this space, you will receive support from other women and have the ability to support other women.

You will be guided in this healing journey by a psychologist trained in women’s issues to help navigate the ups and downs of motherhood, specifically during the postpartum period.

Group Topics

Topics Discussed Include:

Week 1: Balancing Multiple Roles

Week 2: Managing stress, emotions, and life transitions

Week 3: Relationships and how they change (with partners, friends, family, self, etc.)

Week 4: Emotional and Physical Intimacy 

Week 5: Body Image

Week 6: Mental Wellness and Identity

Group Details

Dates: March 23 – June 1

Every Other Thursday at 9 AM EST

6 Weeks


Cost: $65/Session

*We accept members from these states.


Group Member Requirements:

– A mother with one (or more) kids under the age of 2.

– Ability to meet every other Thursday at 9 AM, EST. (virtually)

– Ability to have 1 minute screening call with Dr. Jasmine H. Winbush to ensure group is a good fit for you.

– Commitment to completing all 6 sessions.

Group members must be located in one of these states:

  • Alabama
  • Arizona 
  • Arkansas (starting March 1, 2022)
  • Colorado 
  • Delaware
  • District of Columbia
  • Georgia 
  • Illinois 
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky 
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Minnesota
  • Missouri 
  • Nebraska 
  • Nevada 
  • New Hampshire 
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma 
  • Pennsylvania 
  • Tennessee
  • Texas
  • Utah 
  • Virginia 
  • West Virginia 

Getting started is easy.

Complete the Registration Form Below.


Dr. Jasmine Winbush

“I believe relationships (with family, friends, coworkers, higher powers, our relationship with our self, etc.) often play a role in our suffering and, yet, also play a crucial role in our healing.

Jasmine Winbush, Psy.D.