Baby & Me Pajama Party @ Indigo Hillcrest (Ontario)

  • Wednesday, January 29, 2020
  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 9350 Yonge St, Richmond Hill, ON L4C 5G2
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Raising a baby is a wonderful experience but it is also a challenge. We get that. This year on Bell Let's Talk Day, we are hosting a low-key informal Pajama Party for you to come out with your baby to meet other moms and chat. We'll have a speaker to give a short talk about self-care and what we can do to take better care of ourselves while caring for our little ones.

The speaker will talk about self-care and wellness followed by a 20 minute circle time, and 20 minutes of mingling.

Coffee/snacks will be provided.

Hosted by TBA

Talk lead by Tamar Spilberg

Tamar Spilberg has a Master of Social Work and is a register Social Worker. Tamarhas focused her entire career on cultivating skills needed to help people who aresuffering. Tamar has helped children and adults dealing with all kinds of mental healthafflictions, including anxiety disorders, postpartum, social issues, eating disorders,depression, and self-esteem problems. She has helped repair dysfunctional family units,rekindle waning relationships, and re-open lines of communication among individualslocked in conflict. Tamar has been involved with Life With A Baby for 10 years and feelsvery passionate for what it offers moms and their families. Tamar's personal life has also given her an intimate and experiential insight into familydynamics. Tamar lives happily in Thornhill with her husband and four children, and herlifestyle embodies the balance she strives to share with her clients.What inspires my practice Practicing and enjoying yoga regularly to find inner peace Manifesting the Mindfulness philosophy Facilitating groups for moms and children; workshop for parents on parenting andLife with children. Helping high school students through promoting physical and mental health  The reward of seeing an individual achieving their goalsEducationTamar graduated from Concordia University in 1993 with an Honours Bachelors degreein Psychology. She went on to receive a Masters degree in Social Work from YeshivaUniversity in New York City. She is registered with the College of Social Workers andSocial Services Workers, and is a member in good standing with the Association ofSocial Workers.ApproachA believer in the power of the mind, Tamar combines contemporary schools ofpsychotherapy with an eclectic, ever dynamic personal style of therapy that adapts toeach individual's needs. She uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), which is ashort-term, goal-oriented psychotherapy treatment that takes a hands-on approach toproblem-solving. Its goal is to change patterns of thinking or behaviours that causepeople';s difficulties, and thus change the way they feel during and handle incidents. Shealso uses Psychoanalytic Talk to encourage clients to vocalize their problems andpainful life events in a supportive and non-judgemental environment, therefore gainingthe chance to receive new insights, reducing stress, gaining ability to share in a caringspace, and learning coping mechanisms. She is recognized for her care andcompassion, patient-oriented approach, and for promoting self-empowerment


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