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New Mama Kula: A Discussion Group for New Moms (Tuesday Nights Bi-Weekly)


“Motherhood is the biggest gamble in the world. It’s a glorious life force. It’s huge and scary- It’s an act of infinite optimism” -Gilda Radner

Kula is a Sanskrit word that can be translated as “community of the heart” or "a group coming together of its own free will. An intentional community, a family.”

Being a new mother is exciting, challenging and full of emotions. There are so many milestones and joys, but also unknowns and fears. The New Mama Kula is a group for mothers with new babies who want to share experiences in a judgement-free environment and build a network of support with other mothers. We talk about what YOU need to talk about. You will be heard, valued and understood. You will leave feeling nurtured and energized. You are welcome to bring baby or leave baby at home. This group is for any mother with a child/children under the age of 2.

WHEN: Tuesdays (bi-weekly) from 5:45-6:45pm

Upcoming Dates:
Tuesday November 14- REGISTER NOW
Tuesday November 28- REGISTER NOW
Tuesday December 12- REGISTER NOW
Tuesday January 2- REGISTER NOW
Tuesday January 16- REGISTER NOW
Tuesday January 30- REGISTER NOW
Tuesday February 13- REGISTER NOW
Tuesday Feb 27- REGISTER NOW

COST:

Drop in: $17
Bundle of 4 Sessions: ONLY $55

Please pre-register online before coming to class.
Facilitated by Leslie Balogna, MSW, LICSW
Cell 978-807-8655-lesliesocialwork@yahoo.com

Testimonials:

"The Mom group helped me cope with the emotional changes that come with being a new mom. I found a community where other moms had been through or were going through similar situations and it was comforting to know I wasn't alone. Going back to work was very anxiety-provoking, but hearing about other mom's going back to work and managing the work/family balance was encouraging and uplifting. I am very grateful to have had the support and network through this group and would highly recommend it to anyone!" -Susan-
“Leslie- you helped me navigate a difficult emotional experience that I didn’t feel I could discuss anywhere else. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate that and will always remember and be grateful for it”. -Vivian-
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