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Counseling for Mothers

Get online counseling for moms from licensed family therapists that are mothers themselves.

Professional psychologists and counseling for mothers.

100% Online with therapists who are mothers themselves. In partnership with BetterHelp.

Types of licensed therapists & psychologists you’ll be talking to

  • LMFT – Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
  • LPC – Licensed professional counselor
  • LMHC – Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Which moms are suited for counseling?

  • Therapy for overwhelmed moms has often helped them recover.
  • Mothers who are struggling with relationships to their children.
  • Moms who have anxiety or struggle with finding good headspace.

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Counseling for moms that makes a difference

To help your relationship grow, make use of the extensive network of registered and certified marriage therapists and counselors.

You will receive the same level of care from these therapists as you would from in-person ones, but you will now have the convenience of being able to reach them anytime you want.

How it works

Get matched to a therapist that suits you

Find a therapist by answering a a few questions and you’ll be matched with someone who fits your needs.

Communicate online

Get in touch with your therapist as you see fit. Chat, text, video, or phone.

Counseling when needed

Contact your therapist any time you feel a need to. You can schedule a live session and connect from anywhere.


These frequently asked questions will hope clarify any remaining doubt you may have that we can help you.

What is counseling for mothers and why might it be helpful?

Counseling for mothers is a type of therapy that focuses on the unique challenges and stressors that mothers may face.

It can help mothers develop coping strategies, improve their relationships with their children and partners, and find ways to manage their own emotional well-being.

How often do counseling sessions for mothers typically take place?

Counseling sessions for mothers can take place on a weekly or biweekly basis, depending on the individual’s needs and schedule.

What kinds of issues can counseling for mothers address?

Counseling for mothers can address a wide range of issues, including postpartum depression, anxiety, stress, relationship challenges, parenting difficulties, and more.

Is counseling for mothers only for mothers with mental health issues?

No, counseling for mothers can be helpful for mothers with a variety of concerns, including those who are struggling with mental health issues as well as those who simply want to find ways to improve their well-being and parenting skills.

How does counseling for mothers work?

Counseling for mothers typically involves regular one-on-one sessions with a trained therapist.

During these sessions, mothers can discuss their thoughts, feelings, and concerns in a safe and confidential setting. The therapist will listen attentively and offer support and guidance as needed.

Is counseling for mothers covered by insurance?

It may be, but it’s important to check with your individual insurance plan to see what is covered. Some insurance plans may require a referral from a primary care physician or may have specific requirements for coverage.