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Mothers and Babies

Pregnancy and having a new child in the home can be an exciting time.  It also can be a stressful time due to a variety of reasons.  Most women experience stress during pregnancy and after delivery—for some, this stress is manageable but for many women the stress can be overwhelming and can lead to depression, anxiety, and challenges in taking care of a new child. Mothers and Babies is an evidence-based program developed by Northwestern University that is guided by cognitive behavioral therapy and attachment therapy to prevent postpartum depression. 

Mothers and Babies should not be used as a replacement to treatment but used in connection with treatment.

Through one-on-one and group formats, Mothers and Babies promotes “parent-infant bonding” by supporting and engaging with families, teaching how to cope with stress, and implementing interactive bonding activities for expectant, new, and seasoned mothers.

You will learn:


Information about your pregnancy and your baby’s development.


Tools for mood and interaction with your baby to create an emotionally & physically healthy reality for them.


Manage life stress and improve your mood.

Upcoming Sessions

The Mothers and Babies course is a 6- week free program that reduces stress and promotes healthy mood management. The program focuses on:

  • Tools and support for pregnant and new moms to help manage stress.
  • Promoting healthy bonding with baby.
  • Encourages healthy communication and social support.
  • Techniques and activities to help babies learn.

Summer 2023 Group Meeting Dates


Meet every Tuesday in-person at 10:00 am
May 9 – June 13


Meet every Tuesday virtually at 5:30pm
May 9 – June 13




Meet every Tuesday in-person at 1:00 pm
July 11 – August 15


Meet every Wednesday virtually at 3:00pm
July 12 – August 16


*In-person sessions takes place at MHA – Greater Dallas offices located at: 624 N. Good Latimer Expy., Ste. 200, Dallas, TX 75204


For maximum benefit we recommend participants attend all 6 sessions of the program. Registration is required.

To learn more contact Holly Brousseau at

Mothers & Babies