Working motherhood is tough, and sometimes we can feel alone in that struggle. But it's not you- It's hard because it's hard, not because you are doing it wrong. Join us for a 6 month group program of support. You'll get 2 group coaching calls a month, 2 one-on-one calls with me over the program, assessments that we will use to help guide your growth and self-knowledge, and ongoing interaction with a community of supportive peers.
Together we will connect with a life of meaning for you- both at work and at home. Group coaching for working moms can help you:
Gain clarity on your authentic values and vision so that you can confidently navigate your path, feeling fulfillment in your career and motherhood at the same time.
Gain insights into your own story and why you make certain choices, enabling personal growth.
Shed self-imposed expectations that no longer fit, so that you can experience a profound sense of freedom and redefine what success actually means to you.
Develop unwavering confidence in your leadership abilities so that you can lead with authenticity in both your career and motherhood.
Break free from self-sabotaging behaviors that hinder your growth, allowing you to reach your full potential.
Gain emotional intelligence and communication skills so that you can connect more deeply with others.
Connect with a group of working mothers who will support you and hold you accountable to all of the changes you hope to make…and who might just become life long friends.
Dr. Anne Welsh is a licensed psychologist located in Cambridge, MA. Dr. Welsh sees clients of all ages and life stages. Many of her clients are students who feel immense academic and personal pressure and want to grow their coping skills to combat stress. Other clients are new parents who would like to talk about their experiences beginning their families. Dr. Welsh helps clients find balance in their lives and determine the next steps towards a healthier, more comfortable life.
Dr. Welsh’s approach to therapy draws from many evidence-based modalities such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). She collaborates with her clients to set and reach goals, including offering guidance on practical goals in everyday life. She provides a warm, compassionate space where clients feel empowered to problem solve, talk about their emotions, and develop a framework of self-love. She encourages clients to reflect on their past and notice the patterns that emerge.
Dr. Welsh has her PhD in Counseling Psychology. She has extensive experience working in student health and received additional training in eating disorder and peripartum mental health. Her goal is to support clients as they reach authentic, enjoyable lives that include recharging after stressful moments and connecting with those around them.