with Jessica Shapley, LMSW
March Series: March 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th
2:30pm (for newborns through 6 months)
5:30pm (for 7+ months)
Please note all workshops are being offered online at this time. This workshop is only offered LIVE. Recordings are not available.
Weekly facilitated discussion led by Jessica Shapley licensed social worker, sleep consultant, and couple and family counselor. Receive and give support, information and resources. Be a part of a growing community of new families near you. Finding the power to embrace the journey where moms can connect and friendship can grow!
Topics include but are not limited to:
Embrace new motherhood and make lifelong friends.
2:30pm on 3/4, 3/11, 3/18 & 3/25
Drop ins welcome!*
5:30pm on 3/4, 3/11, 3/18 & 3/25
This is a pre-enrolled series only – no drop ins.
2:30pm on 2/4, 2/11, 2/18 & 2/25
Drop ins welcome!*
Drop In: $30
*We accept drop ins for the 2:30pm group only. Please email us at email@example.com by 1pm on the day you would like to join the New Mom Support Group. We will enroll you, charge the payment method on file and send you the link to join class.
Jessica Shapley is a certified social worker and mother of two. She earned a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Boston University and a Masters of Social Work from Columbia University. She is certified in Integral Health Counseling, which she received at the California Institute for Integral Studies. She is certified in massage therapy and is certified in infant massage.
For over ten years Jessica Shapley has helped parents care for their children and themselves. She has practices this help in a wide variety of settings, providing counseling and support services to familes, individuals, and groups. She applies her passion for community organizing by building family support networks for mothers (and fathers) and their babies.
Integrating her experience as a mother and as a social worker, Jessica finds satisfaction in bringing new mothers and families together. Gathering information, forming friendships, and building a network of resources and support (in your neighborhood) will positively impact you, your child’s, and your family’s life.
Jessica lives with her husband and two children in Manhattan.