Education + Empowerment.
Hands on and conversational.
What can we cover?
All things mama and baby.
Stop stressing milestones.
Create a strong foundation for baby.
Connect to baby from the start.
Ease in postpartum.
Creating solid foundations for baby development
What fosters growth, how to build their brain, establishing your baby’s core (foundation), sleep, feeding readiness, and more
Creating success through your environment
Necessary (and unnecessary) baby equipment, (un)swaddling, tummy time success, sleep set up, babywearing, sensory play, reducing toxic load, toys, screens, and more
Bonding and attachment
What supports the bond, how to bond quickly, understanding baby’s cues and communication
Honoring your motherly intuition, what is co-regulation, how does your energy impact baby, 4th trimester boundaries, feeding success, partner bonding, birth’s impacts on development, realistic expectations, and more
Discerning what's best for you and your family within a judgment-free zone. Honoring that you are the expert of your baby.
Services for you
Package of three, 55 minute sessions, one one one
Wondering about your baby's development? Are they on track? Could you use a few ideas on how to best support them or just add something different into your day that is actually development focused?
Did you have a cesarean, assisted birth, or NICU stay and now wondering if there are things that might help development after an unpredictable start?
Our time will be tailored to focus on priorities for you and your baby so that you can feel connected and confident supporting your baby's growth.
M.A.D.E. for This - Mama Education Group
6 weeks of online video sessions, intimate group + Connection throughout the week
Want to learn all about your baby’s development from the start with like-minded mamas? MADE for This group provides community with the education you'd get in one-on-one sessions for a deeply discounted price.
It generally runs 3-4 times a year so get on the waitlist now (waitlist below)!
Recommended participation 20-32 weeks pregnant or under 4 months postpartum.
Occupational Therapy Evaluation
One 90 minutes session
Must be in the state of Wisconsin
Is your baby having difficulty with milestones? Hates tummy time? Recent diagnosis?
Not sure if they’ll “grow out of it” or need support now? Doctor telling you to wait and see but your gut is telling you otherwise?
Evaluations are information regarding what's going on with your child and how YOU might choose to proceed.
Initial evaluation may include parent interview, assessment and child observation. Goals and treatment plan will be provided to direct therapy.
Occupational Therapy Sessions
55 minute sessions, must be in the state of Wisconsin
Typically weekly or biweekly
Holistic Occupational Therapy sessions following your child’s plan of care and goals from the initial evaluation. We'll explore the root cause of the behavioral and/ or functional dysregulation while together exploring the sensory system, reflex integration, and the impact of the environment and relationships.
Areas we can address:
Feeding, sensory processing, coordination, milestone support, strength & endurance, gross and fine motor, reflexes, visual motor, emotional coping, behavioral concerns, social skills, and more
Presentations, Collaboration, or Consults
Presentation on agreed-upon topic for staff or community on any of the above topics.
Understanding co-regulation within the home, classroom or daycare setting
Best building blocks for babies within the home or daycare setting
Supporting emotional intelligence within the home, classroom or daycare setting
Sensory processing and regulation within the home, classroom or daycare setting
Preventing and supporting picky eaters
Showing up for your kids in a way that feels good - Caregiver Support
Reducing the environment’s toxic load to support physical and emotional growth
And more upon request. Inquire for rates.
Individual Daycare or Classroom Consults
Certain routines and environments that support most children may not work for others that are “wired differently.” Individual consults are appropriate if you have a child that is struggling within their environment. This includes classroom observation of the child for 20-30 minutes, providing the teacher direct feedback (if their time allows), and a write-up with recommendations and tangible ideas for supporting the child.
All services are available online
but can be in-person, based on location near the Madison, WI area.
You will receive a written summary after each session.