Postpartum Planning for Expectant Parents
1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month
Is your family growing? Would you like some dedicated time to learn and think about your postpartum period? Join us for this 2-hour class for expectant parents (2nd and 3rd trimester). All expectant parents are welcome: moms, birthing people, non-gestational parents, partners, couples, and single parents. If you are expecting a baby soon, we welcome you to join us. We will focus on the parents’ emotional wellbeing during the postpartum period. The class will include education, discussion, review of a postpartum plan, and resources. The main topics covered will be: postpartum physical recovery, partner support, self-care, support networks, lactation and emotional wellbeing, and perinatal mood and anxiety disorders. We hope that you will finish the class feeling more confident and knowledgeable about your postpartum experience.
This class is meant as a one-time session, so please only register once. This is a free resource, so we do appreciate it if you cancel your registration at least 24 hours in advance if you cannot attend the class. Then another participant, on the waitlist, may attend. Thank you! We are so glad you are planning for your postpartum period. You are not alone, and we are here to help.
Follow the link to register for this class. You will need to register, or login, to HeyPeers. Once you are logged in, search for “postpartum planning” after making your account.
Nichole Enerson (she/her)
Nichole Enerson (she/her) is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) with a MA in Counseling & a Certified Perinatal Mental Health Professional (PMH-C). Nichole has more than ten years experience providing group support and community education in the healthcare setting. Her work began after her own experience of Postpartum Anxiety and OCD. Nichole lives in Southeast Michigan with her husband, two children, and their adorable pets Alley & Grizzly. In her free time, Nichole enjoys traveling, playing cards, and visiting theme parks!
Stacey Figg (she/her)
Stacey (she/her) lives in West Michigan with her family and is the proud mother of two wonderful kids. Her passion for perinatal mental health stems from her own experience with severe postpartum anxiety and insomnia. Once recovered, she became a community advocate raising awareness around PMADs while helping to develop the Pine Rest Mother and Baby Partial Day Program. She has been a DONA certified Postpartum Doula since 2017 as well as a PSI Helpline Volunteer. Stacey joined the PSI staff on the Coordinator Team as the Support Coordinators Network Specialist in 2022.
Taleah Bryant (she/her)
As a proud New Yorker turned Georgia Peach, Taleah (she/her) is passionate about maternal health, reproductive justice, and an avid supporter of breastfeeding. Some of her roles include Certified Holistic Birth Doula, Lactation Educator, and Support Groups Assistant Manager for PSI. Her best role being a momma to her vibrant 4-year-old daughter and angel baby boy in heaven. Outside of work, Taleah enjoys dancing, painting, and traveling.
Kristina Guerrero Ledlow (she/her/ella)
Kristina (she/her/ella) is a certified Childbirth Educator and Birth Doula in Kalamazoo, Michigan. She also holds a certification in Perinatal Mental Health and works as a Perinatal Emotional Support Coordinator. She is mom to two children and a golden retriever. She loves the work she does with PSI, as she herself is a survivor of perinatal anxiety, depression and OCD. In addition to this class, Kristina is the co-chair of the PSI Michigan chapter and a PSI support group facilitator.