Supportive Group Therapy for New Mothers

Supportive Group Therapy for New Mothers

A Family Tree ( and KindSpace collaboration.

Rs. 2500* per session

*exclusive of all taxes. Financial aid available

**The group will start if we have a minimum of 6 members.

About this group

In the early months after birth, it can be difficult to take time for yourself or pay attention to the many feelings that are invariably a part of new motherhood. Attending to these in a therapeutic environment can help ease the process of being with your baby, and resolve some anxiety and confusing moods that often accompany this experience. It can help to have a space where you can safely share all that is going on for you, and receive compassionate support from psychotherapists and other mothers who understand what you’re going through.

Why this group

The aim of this group is to support you – 

  • share and acknowledge what you’re going through amid a supportive community
  • develop skills to calm your own fears and anxieties so that you can respond to the baby in the way they need you to
  • become more aware of what you’re bringing to your parenting from your past concerns
  • understand your own needs as a person and mother, and locate resources to fulfill those 
  • safely share and receive support for all your concerns including those on breastfeeding, sleeping, changes in your body and any other issues that are important to you.

Who should join

  • If you have had a biological birth in the last 18 months (vaginal or C-section)
  • This does not have to be your first child 
  • You need not be married or heterosexual to participate in this group
  • If you have adopted a child or have become a mother through an alternative process (for instance, surrogacy), please contact us
  • You must be above the age of 18.

How to join this group

  • Please click on the button above (Request an Intake Call) and share your contact details so that we may set up a call with you to better understand how this group can help you.
  • We will walk you through the steps after that.

About your facilitators

Nupur Dhingra Paiva

Nupur is a Chartered Clinical Psychologist, Associate Fellow with the British Psychological Society, Child Psychotherapist, Founder of Family Tree, a clinic dedicated to Child and Adolescent Mental Health. She is also the author of Love & Rage: The Inner Worlds of Children. Nupur regularly writes and speaks about parent-child relationships as well as child and adolescent mental health on prominent media channels. She is the mother of two.

More about her book can be found here.

One of her more popular talks can be accessed here.

Dr Nivida Chandra

Nivida is a psychologist and researcher, specializing in parentification and the emotional abuse of children in India. She holds a PhD in psychology from the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and was awarded the Fulbright fellowship to New York University (NYU). She believes that good mental health is a result of supportive environments and early intervention. 

She is also the founder of KindSpace and founder-editor of The Shrinking Couch, which publishes informational and experiential articles for those affected by mental health concerns.

If you have questions about how groups work, or if this group is right for you, please visit our FAQ page or simply request a callback by clicking the button below. We’ll email / text you to set up a time for a call.