If you've experienced trauma in relation to your pregnancy, you deserve the support you need to heal. Pregnancy and motherhood can be a time of immense joy, but for survivors of trauma, it can also be a time of intense anxiety and fear.
No one should have to go through pregnancy and motherhood alone, and that's especially true if you've experienced trauma. That's why Resilient Motherhood offers PT for pregnancy and motherhood support specifically for moms living with trauma. Dr. Kailee and her team provide a one-on-one safe space for survivors of sexual assault, sexual abuse, and past traumatic birth to address their physical and mental health, reclaim their power, and birth with confidence.
We understand that the journey to motherhood can be a difficult one, and we're here to help you every step of the way. If you're a survivor of trauma, please reach out to us. We can provide the support and resources you need to heal, thrive, and be the mom you want to be.
Many mental and physical health challenges can arise during pregnancy and birth for women who've experienced trauma. Dr. Kailee offers specialized pregnancy physical therapy for survivors of sexual assault, abuse, and past traumatic birth experiences. This type of therapy can help you heal physically and emotionally from your trauma while preparing your body for a healthy pregnancy and birth.
Here's how we help:
If you're interested in learning more about our pregnancy and motherhood support for survivors of trauma, let's talk. Schedule a free consultation with Dr. Kailee today.
Nope. All of our sessions with trauma survivors are individualized, meaning you'll have one-on-one sessions with Dr. Kailee that are specifically tailored to your needs.
We understand that every woman's experience is different, and we'll do everything we can to help you heal and feel empowered.
Yes! At Resilient Motherhood, we know it can be hard to make time for another appointment, but it’s so important that you don’t neglect your own health. That’s why it’s important to us to offer virtual sessions as well. While not every element of physical therapy can be conducted virtually, telemedicine allows us to support you when and where you need us, not just when you can get to our office.
There is no one-size-fits-all definition of trauma, and you don't have to have a formal diagnosis to benefit from our services. If you're struggling with anxiety, depression, or any other challenges related to your pregnancy or motherhood journey, we can help.