Bereaved Moms Community Group: holding space for miscarriage, stillbirth, and infant loss
Every October is pregnancy and infant loss awareness month. This year, The Mother Well is hosting a bereavement retreat for mothers who have experienced miscarriage, still birth, or infant loss - whether recently or long ago.
We will come together in a tender and compassionate space for mourning at any stage. While your experience is uniquely your own, we join you in your grief.
Scholarship tickets are no-questions-asked thanks to our generous sponsors.
For questions or more details (such as virtual accommodations or full scholarship needs) please email: email@example.com
Our Generous Sponsors
Our sponsors make this retreat available for all who would like to participate.
We deeply appreciate such demonstrated love and care to grieving families.
The Doula Mastermind is a comprehensive training program that gives aspiring doulas the information, confidence, and support they need to build a fulfilling and profitable doula business. Founder Robin Elise Wiess has over 30 years of experience, has trained over 2,000 doulas, and has been a part of over 1200 births.
Lactation Care with Elizabeth has served the Lexington, Kentucky for nearly 20 years. They specialize in providing excellent lactation consultants, available in-person or virtually, that can come alongside you to offer guidance in nursing, latching, pumping, milk supply, positioning, pain management, weight checks, bottle introduction, going back to work and anything in between.
The Eisenhauer Family
Our gratitude to donors who desire to remain anonymous.
Bereaved Moms Community Group
Our monthly community groups are facilitated by Abby Jorgensen, a certified doula who specializes in bereavement support. Learn more about Abby, her work, and find her resources for grieving parents at her blog: https://abbythesociologistdoula.com/
We meet online, on the second Tuesday of every month, at 7pm Eastern.
For questions or to join, please email:
If you know someone who might like to join us, please send them this page.
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