Momwell currently serves clients across Canada and in the United States. We see clients in the following provinces and states:
To determine whether we offer services in your area or to request we add a service provider in your state or province, visit our booking page.
Each person’s insurance or benefits coverage is different and therefore we can’t make any guarantees that virtual therapy services are covered.
To better understand your insurance/benefits coverage, it is important to call your insurance provider and ask:
● What mental health professionals you are covered to see? (Psychologists? Psychotherapists? Social workers?)
● What amount you are covered for each year?
● What percentage is covered each visit?
● Are virtual therapy services covered under your plan?
Our team is a mixture of registered psychologists, psychotherapists, and social workers. To better understand their designation or discuss invoicing, please book a free 15 minute consult.
A mom therapist, or a maternal mental health therapist, has received additional training or experience in working with issues that impact moms–like birth trauma, feeding struggles, infertility or trying to conceive, postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, matrescence, and adjusting to motherhood.
All therapists can offer you support. But motherhood comes with unique challenges, needs, and difficulties. Our mom therapists get it. They offer a safe and judgment-free space for you to express your feelings openly and honestly. They better understand the relationship between hormones and mood, and they are trained in identifying what is normal (and not normal) to feel during an adjustment to motherhood. They work with lots of moms and know what a "baseline” should look like.
All of our mom therapists are required to complete the PMH-C (certification in perinatal mental health) through Postpartum Support International when they join the team.
Our therapists understand women's health/mental health and will take your struggles and concerns seriously, without dismissing or minimizing them. And they are specifically trained to offer support specific to what you are going through.