Our range of self-paced prenatal and postpartum online courses are specifically designed to support you through pregnancy, birth and your new life as a parent.
At TPC, we are all about helping make your journey to parenthood as manageable as possible. We believe you don’t need to become an expert to navigate and enjoy the experience of having and caring for your baby. Instead, we aim to inform you to a level where you feel prepared without the extras that may leave you overwhelmed.
All of our online courses have been developed using the same evidence-based prenatal education as our highly successful in-person class series. The curriculum was developed in conjunction with OB doctors, Lactation Consultants, L&D and Post Partum Nurses as well as childbirth educators to reflect current best practices and bring you to a level of readiness so you can enjoy the process of becoming a new parent.
This course covers what to expect in the late stages of pregnancy, key terms to understand, what happens at the hospital and the stages of labor, inductions & c-sections.
This course covers relaxation techniques to help you through the early stages of labor, options for pain management and delivery. It also covers post-delivery procedures and care.
This course covers breast & bottle feeding information & advice, including latching on, pumping, milk storage, getting on a feeding schedule, & how to manage problems that arise.
This course covers how to successfully navigate the transition home with your little one. Topics include diapering, swaddling, sponge bathing, burping & soothing, communication from your baby, sleep tips, & returning to work.
Our complete set, providing you all the information you need to know to be prepared for having a baby without the extras that might leave you feeling overwhelmed. Watch these and tune out the rest!
Carolyn Kagan, LCSW who specializes in Maternal Mental Health, will help you assess whether you have a perinatal mood disorder, manage the changes in your relationship after having a baby & find the support you need in deciding to return to work after having your baby.
Learn about strategies & foods for increasing breastmilk, identity foods that will help you improve energy during the postpartum period, and benefit from tips for improving the quality of your life during this incredibly tumultuous time.
Robin Hellman of Spark Pediatric OT in Westport CT gives new parents advice on how to position and play with their babies to help them develop muscle control, sensory processing and reflex integration in those early days. She also provides us with her list of must-have toys to help promote development.
Ingrid Prueher, the founder of Ingrid Baby Sleep Whisperer, helps unpack what the 4th trimester means and how to instill health sleep habits from day one, managing feeding routines and sleep, and biological sleep schedules and what they mean for sleep training eventually.
If you are feeling overwhelmed by the steep learning curve that comes with having a baby, let us help you with this series that provides tactical tips around healthy sleep habits, breast & bottle feeding, postpartum nutrition to support energy & breastfeeding, how to play with your baby to build for success developmentally, emotional well-being, transitioning back to work, and relationships.
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When you buy this bundle you will also receive the Breast & Bottle Feeding Course from the prenatal series as well as our "Straight Talk from a Couples Counselor" video which will help you manage the transition of having a baby and the impact it may have on you and your partner, advice about sex after baby and tips for managing challenging in-law relationships.