Community care is a remedy for isolation for new parents and those who care for them 

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What is Community Supported Postpartum?

Let’s imagine a world where families and parents are well resourced and not burnt out...

Let’s imagine a culture that encourages communities and neighborhoods to show up for new families and support them through early parenting..

Let’s create communities rooted in deep relationships so folks have a space to be witnessed and held during the early stages of parenthood.

Because parents and children are really what our communities are made of.
And the more we can show parents how valuable they are, the stronger our communities will become.

CSP offers courses, workshops, consulting services and a free network for parents and care providers. You can learn more on our courses page.

A strong sense of community is a powerful remedy for healing, bonding and belonging. Let's build it, together.

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A strong sense of community is a powerful remedy for healing, bonding and belonging. Let's build it, together.

We believe in:

resourcing new parents

valuing postpartum professionals

That caregiving is the root of healthy
communities

About Kerry 

Parents don't need another online group. They need each other.

 
⁠I believe that having community is an essential part of flourishing for new parents AND for those of us who care for new parents.⁠

The community supported postpartum facilitator course and curriculum is the fruit of my experience and education as a doula, early childhood educator and parent.

I believe that a strong network of support for new parents can fortify the entire community. For 7 years I have been sharing all the tools to make it easy for you to create parent-baby classes in your own neighborhood.

I help postpartum professionals, community caregivers and folks who care about new parents create multi-generational supportive gatherings for parents and babies in the postpartum year without re-inventing the wheel.
Here are a few highlights of my education and life experience which has prepared me for this work:

*Mother (biological mother, mother of loss, foster mother)
*State University of NY Oswego- Liberal Arts, minor in Women's Studies
*LifeWays North America (ECE caregiver certification and former board member)
*Still Birthday Doula (bereavement and loss support-certification pending)
*Foster Parent
*Innate Postpartum Care- Certified Provider
*Kindergarten teacher, preschool teacher, parent-child class teacher (over 20 years experience)
*Postpartum Support International- maternal mental health certification

Kerry offers a variety of 1 on 1 consulting click here to schedule or email kerry@communitysupportedpostpartum


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This is an inclusive environment.
We recognize and affirm that not every body that births is female and that not every post-partum parent has given birth. We welcome you in this tender season of life when you have a body that has recently birthed, when you are a new parent, when you are a postpartum mother, or when you are an adoptive or foster parent of a newborn.