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So honored to be featured on Push Counseling & Coaching for Black History Month!

Here we go!! Our first business is unique, NEEDED, and so in line with focusing on a healthy parent and not just a healthy baby. Check out what Yvette of Eve Bloom Box has to say!!

I’m Eve the doula! Founder of EVE Birth Services, creator of EVE Bloom Box!

EVE Bloom Box includes everything mama needs to help reduce the pain and the mess! It's a reminder to be gentle with yourself and take time to love on yourself and HEAL from the journey of pregnancy and childbirth.

When a new baby comes into the world, everybody seems to forget about mama. The Bloom Box is a gift to help you remember mama, and all of the hard work she has done bringing her baby earth side!

As a doula my passion is to help mamas have trauma free empowering & victorious births!
I'd like to share a rather unusual and free aces prevention resource...parenting tips bumper stickers! Advancing Parenting, a Camarillo, CA nonprofit, produces parenting tips bumper stickers and makes them available at no cost to schools, businesses, organizations, clinics, and individuals. There are fifty-one in a set and each bumper sticker communicates a parenting behavior or practice generally recognized as supporting the healthy development of children. Just one will be read thousands of times!

Bumper stickers are a unique and powerful way to educate everyone about parenting and prevent child abuse five, ten, twenty, fifty years down the road. At stoplights drivers and passengers point, smile, and nod. Conversations begin and often a phone is used to take a photo of the sticker right at the stoplight. Presumably, they are being shared on social media. It's wonderful to see!

Sets of the stickers can be put in holders and placed on counters and tables so folks can select one or more for their cars. Visit www.advancingparenting.org to request this free resource. Use a computer...our website is not optimized for phones. Please share.
Super excited to share that I will now be sharing office space with Push Counseling & Coaching !!! I feel so fancy lol! A doula with a downtown office ✨✨✨

I will now be holding doula sessions and accepting consultation appointments in person on a limited basis on Monday’s!!! Email me if you’d like more information! [email protected]
Wellness through movement can help make moms strong in body, mind, and spirit!


Our friends and community resource at Push Counseling & Coaching were happy to jump in and provide us some info for our mamas as we focus on in July.



Find out how to get connected with postpartum support with and virtual village dm is!



Hey, there. We know this time is tough. Lots of changes... uncertainty abounds and big feelings are definitely present. We see you and we want you to know we are right here with you!

Because we want to help however we can, we are partnering with Push Counseling & Coaching to host a virtual Mental Wellness During Covid-19 Google Chat this Wednesday evening at 7:30pCST. (Link to come)

Bring your questions, anxieties, worries. We'll do our best to give you a safe space to share, unload, rant, cry and just be heard.

Have questions? Need help getting connected with resources? We're here. Call or text us at 682-777-3932
Yes, I’m a black woman who rocks 💛✊🏾!

Thank you Push Counseling & Coaching
Up next on “what’s the doc reading” is this gem about .

People frequently ask me why, as a chiropractor, I incorporate a focus on trauma in my practice. I’ve been asked “why does it even matter?” and “can you treat ptsd?” and everything in between.

So let’s dig into that a bit, because yes, it does matter, and no, I absolutely do not treat ptsd.

It matters because, as this book illustrates, the body literally keeps the score.
Whether your trauma stems from systemic traumas like racism, transphobia, or misogyny, or from personal trauma like child abuse, s*xual assault, or a traumatic birth - or any other trauma or combination of traumas - it’s important for you to have trauma-informed providers on your team.

As a provider, knowing how trauma can impact the bodies of the people I care for is crucial to providing adequate care.
Your body can’t heal fully if you don’t feel safe.
My job as a provider is to make this space as safe as possible for you.

To address in more detail the “does chiropractic treat ptsd?” question, the answer is no.
That should always be managed by a qualified mental health professional.
That’s why collaboration with mental health professionals like the folks at Push Counseling & Coaching is so important to us.
That being said, bodywork *can* be a tool that some folks use in their trauma-healing process, but that decision is always between the patient and their mental health provider.

I’m here to provide safe, gentle, and effective chiropractic care to my patients, while acknowledging the complex stories their bodies have navigated and continue to navigate.
Image Description: Orange spine of book titled “The Body Keeps the Score” against a black wall.
Sending love & Support to my mommies.

Push Counseling & Coaching

Did you know we have an awesome package collab w/Push Counseling & Coaching?

Two years ago? Wow. A few Great Expectations Doulas and few other birth pro friends hanging out over a weekend.

We still love working with Push Counseling & Coaching and her awesome team!
Thank you for the visits & gifts celebrating National Midwifery Week!
I love what I do & and feel so lucky to serve so many DFW families.

👶🏼 Why did you choose midwifery care? 🏡

-Midwife Cori Lively

Push Counseling & Coaching Earthside Birth
Another reason why we practice trauma-informed care - giving you the option to disclose as much or as little about your history as you need in order to feel safe.
Also why we are so appreciative of the amazing mental health professionals we work with at Push Counseling & Coaching!

Supporting birthing people, women, and mothers to and through parenthood and major life transitions.

When I found out I was pregnant, I went through a roller coaster emotions ranging from sad to excited to scared.Pregnancy did not start off magical as most women experience in the first trimester. However, as I progressed into the second trimester, I realized that my anxiety and depression in the beginning had not subsided. I asked friends and family if what I was feeling was common, and I was not

Operating as usual


Join Doulas Amanda W and Barb Davis on this conversation around postpartum healing and self care. 💕
MONDAY MARCH 13th at 10am! 🗓️ Message us for the link to join.
We can’t wait to see you there !


Happy international Women’s day to ALL women-cis, trans, masc, femme. You are seen.


Happy Womens’ History Month! We continue our introductions with our incredible graduate intern, Madeleine Dale!!
“I believe that every person’s story is unique, special, and worth honoring. Yours is your own – you are the expert of your life. As such, I strive to maintain a fully non-judgmental and empathetic approach. I believe you have all the tools you need to overcome the challenges that are bringing you to counseling. I would be honored in helping you find them. I believe that my compassionate and client-centered approach will convey a sense of warmth and support as we walk together on your path forward.”

Photos from Push Counseling & Coaching's post 02/28/2023

For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Tiffany, owner and founder of Push Counseling. I started this company out of my first struggle with postpartum depression and I’m so grateful it’s grown into more than just perinatal mental health. We now call ourselves a reproductive mental health practice, which truly encompasses every person and every stage of life.

I am Black history. I am furthering the positive narrative about mental health in places where mental health may not be talked about or accessible.
I am Black history by changing the stigma of participating and conducting research from a history that used to be coercive, corrosive, and dangerous. I am a researcher for issues that plague marginalized populations, especially Black women.
I am Black history by educating myself. I have a Doctorate in Education from Johns Hopkins University and I am a licensed professional counselor in 3 states.
I am Black history by not only creating business but elevating other women of color as they create and do business. Our leadership team are Black women growing and hustling to normalize health and wellness.
I am Black history by resting. I have boundaries and I rest as part of the resistance from the message working nonstop is best.
I am Black history by loving on my family and empowering my children to achieve greatness on their terms.
I am proud of what I do and who I am. Regardless of how I may stumble and fall sometimes, I get back up and make history again. Now let’s not do this alone, let’s go together on this journey.


Happy Monday! Our Dallas Clinical Director is our feature today! Marchell is a hard worker and she is always faithful to the mission and vision she has for herself and what she aligns with. We couldn’t be on this journey without her!
“I am making Black History by providing a space where Black people can show up as there true, authentic, courageous selves. A place where safety and trust are fostered to promote healing. I take my position of helping Black people unlock trauma and healing very seriously, it’s truly an honor. I love what I do and who I do it for!”


Today we feature one of our creative leaders Kiah! She is the clinical director of the Mansfield campus and always drives us forward with her vision!


Next up is the fantastic Diamond! Diamond is also a school counselor and is so passionate about the relationship between parents and adolescents. She brings something so new and fresh to our team!
“I am Black History.

I am proof that a single mother can raise a child to be successful with faith, consistency, and love. (Thank you mom)
I am proof that systemic racism can drive a black man to make irrational criminal decisions
I am proof change comes when you work for it

I am a woman who is passionate, deep & intuitive
I am a woman who forgives herself when she makes mistakes
I am a woman who supports others through trials and triumphs
I am a woman who judges no one because experiences make us unique

I am a believer
I am a mother
I am a secondary school counselor
I am a LPC-A
I am a Black Therapist

I am a Black History “


Today we feature the powerful Dorthie!! She is kind, passionate, and such an incredible person to know.
“Supporting moms is a passion of mine. Studies have shown that Black women are 2x times as likely to report thoughts about su***de. Being apart of a community that can give a space for moms to share and find a place of comfort is . To show up for those who are looking for someone that look like them, and understand the struggle, makes this all worthwhile. Helping the world understand that you have the ability to make yourself the priority without feeling like you have to be superwoman is important. Audre Lorde stated, “caring for myself is not self indulgence, it is self preservation”….keep your history going by caring for yourself”


Today’s feature is the incomparable Jenn! Did you know Jenn work with veterans and is trained in trauma therapy through EMDR? She’s also an amazing mom of 2 adorable toddlers and is always pursuing new learning avenues!

“I am making black history by being the catalyst for mental health in my own family. The black community is notorious for disregarding trauma, keeping traumas and mental illnesses a family secret, and normalizing certain behaviors and traits,  not even realizing that they're clinically significant and preventable or treatable. Although this way has helped generations before us survive, we are now in a space and time where we can thrive as a people. I'm doing my part in fostering generational wellness. My children will directly benefit from my education, training, and life application. They will then pass it on to the next generation as a new way of life.”


Happy Tuesday! Today we present to you the incredible Jacque Polk! Did you know that Jacque works a full time job in higher education, is a career coach and counselor, and a fabulous mom!! We are so grateful to have had Jacque on our team for 2.5 years and anticipate more years to come!
“I am making Black History by advocating for mental health accessibility for communities of color and my LGBTQIA+ community 🏳️‍🌈. Everyday making intentional moves to connect myself to my community, family and friends. I love my blackness and I love that I get to show up and be my authentic self. “


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The last week of Black History Month, we feature our own Black excellence! Today we begin with our newest teammate, Jasmine!

Hey Loves!

My name is Jasmine Ervin, MS, LCDC-I and I am elated to be joining the Push Counseling Team 💗 I’m a Masters Level Intern completing my second Masters in Professional Counseling at Amberton University to obtain my License in Professional Counseling. After 9+ years of working in the Education as a teacher, administrator, and counselor , I’m overjoyed to make my long awaited transition into the mental health field. I pride myself on working with individuals who have suffered loss and trauma and supporting their journey into a happier/healthier self. I believe that no matter what challenges life may throw at you, such as loss, life transitions, depression/anxiety you can overcome your circumstances and I will be here to walk beside you along the way.

What Jasmine didn’t tell you is that she’s finishing her second Masters, is an officer at the local and regional level of her sorority, and is an amazing dog mom! We are so excited to have you on the team Jasmine!


Today we feature a Black publication elevating the cultural narrative. That is !! Here they are: “CRWNMAG exists to create a progressive dialogue around natural hair and the women who wear it. We're reaching beyond trendy clickbait and to address the whole Black woman; a woman who is more educated, well-traveled and sophisticated than ever before — largely because generations before her have fought to ensure her seat at the table.

Through beautiful content, thoughtful commentary, hair inspiration and resources; we’re telling the world the truth about Black women by showcasing a new standard of beauty — and documenting our story in tangible, premium print form.”

Photos from Push Counseling & Coaching's post 02/17/2023

Today we feature the Divine 9 organizations of Historically Black sororities and fraternities. These organizations focus on scholarship and service as well as preservation of the culture. Did you know that 4 Push staff members are a part of the Divine 9? We have 3 Sigma Gamma Rhos and one Delta Sigma Theta. We proudly represent Black history and uplifting one another through sisterhood!


Today we show some love to ! Here’s there mission:

“Jack and Jill boasts 252 chapters nationwide, representing more than 40,000 family members. Each chapter plans annual programming activities guided under a general five point programmatic thrust: cultural awareness, educational development, health (education and advocacy), civic (legislative advocacy and service) and social/recreational areas. Through service projects, Jack and Jill of America creates a medium of contact for children to stimulate their growth and development. Through lobbying, educational programming, dissemination of education materials, and the organization of community and charitable events, Jack and Jill has promoted the public awareness and interests of children including child development, child growth, child quality of life, child care and the promotion of children’s rights.”


Today’s feature is the incredible organization of ! “Through chapters and online, Mocha Moms, Inc. provides support for women of color as they journey through all phases of motherhood while advocating for them nationally. Mocha Moms, Inc. also encourages the spirit of community activism and service among its supporters. Mocha Moms, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. Mocha Moms, Inc. does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, s*x, gender, socio-economic level, education, or religion. Anyone who supports the mission and purpose of Mocha Moms, Inc. is welcome to join.”
To learn more or to join a chapter, go to https://mochamoms.org


Todays feature is the National Urban League (). Their mission is as follows:
“To help African-Americans and others in underserved communities achieve their highest true social parity, economic self- reliance, power, and civil rights. The League promotes economic empowerment through education and job training, housing and community development, workforce development, entrepreneurship, health, and quality of life.” To learn more, head to https://nul.org

Photos from Push Counseling & Coaching's post 02/06/2023

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Thank you to for compiling these resources.

During this month and throughout the year, MHC is committed to working towards a world that enables equitable access to resources and support. Here, we rounded up some incredible mental health resources for the Black community.

Scroll through these slides to find organizations devoted to Black mental health education, as well as groups specifically focused on Black women, men, youth, and LGBTQ+ populations. We've also included some nonprofits that have wider audiences but particularly robust Black & intersectional mental health resources.


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Today we feature the incredible mission of the NAACP. Their mission-“Our mission is to achieve equity, political rights, and social inclusion by advancing policies and practices that expand human and civil rights, eliminate discrimination, and accelerate the well-being, education, and economic security of Black people and all persons of color.” This organization empowers advocates to make change through racial Justice and federal legislation to bring equality and equity to the here and now. To learn more about this powerful organization, go to https://naacp.org


Today we feature Black Mamas Matter Alliance (). There goals are:
Change Policy: Introduce and advance policy grounded in the human rights framework that addresses Black maternal health inequity and improves Black maternal health outcomes
Cultivate Research: Leverage the talent and knowledge that exists in Black communities and cultivate innovative research methods to inform the policy agenda to improve Black maternal health
Advance Care for Black Mamas: Explore, introduce, and enhance holistic and comprehensive approaches to Black mamas’ care
Shift Culture: Redirect and reframe the conversation on Black maternal health and amplify the voices of Black mamas”
To learn more head over to https://blackmamasmatter.org


Today’s feature is led by Stacy D Stewart! The March of Dimes mission and programs are as follows:
Too many families are affected by a variety of challenges: lack of available care, a health equity gap and racial disparities and high preterm birth and maternal death rates. We’re fixing this through:

Research to find solutions so every family gets the best possible start.
Advocating for policies that prioritize the health of moms and babies.
Resources and programs to help parents throughout their pregnancies.
Educating health professionals to improve mom and baby care.
Uniting local communities across the nation through events and collaboratives.
Partnering with organizations and companies committed to helping moms and their families.
To learn more or to get involved, go to:



Today’s feature is led by Stacy D Stewart! The March of Dimes mission and programs are as follows:
Too many families are affected by a variety of challenges: lack of available care, a health equity gap and racial disparities and high preterm birth and maternal death rates. We’re fixing this through:

Research to find solutions so every family gets the best possible start.
Advocating for policies that prioritize the health of moms and babies.
Resources and programs to help parents throughout their pregnancies.
Educating health professionals to improve mom and baby care.
Uniting local communities across the nation through events and collaboratives.
Partnering with organizations and companies committed to helping moms and their families.
To learn more or to get involved, go to:



The first Black History Month feature is the Equal Justice Initiative () here’s what they are about
“The Equal Justice Initiative is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment in the United States, to challenging racial and economic injustice, and to protecting basic human rights for the most vulnerable people in American society.”
Equal Justice initiative is committed to criminal Justice reform, racial Justice, reducing poverty efforts, and public education changes. Want to know more or get involved? Head to https://eji.org/


Here we are! The new team photo! We are so proud to serve you. Now accepting any client pertaining to reproductive mental health and more! Thank you for believing in us.


Here we go!!! This year for month, we will be highlighting organizations led by Black individuals making great strides to move the needle of progress forward. Stay tuned for some wonderful people and programs to follow and get involved!

About Push

So many people talk about how beautiful pregnancy, birth and motherhood are, but few tell us that it can be the hardest thing we’ve ever done. We don’t have as many conversations about not feeling like you’re doing everything perfectly and it creates the expectation that we have to be like the parent that seems to have it all. The truth is, none of us know what we are doing, it’s okay to not be okay, and comparison robs us of our value as a person and a parent.

One in five birthing people struggle during pregnancy or postpartum with depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues that impact their way of life. That’s not to mention the emotional toll of infertility, the immense pain of pregnancy and infant loss, and the roller coaster that comes with raising children into adults. Although this feeling is lonely, you do not have to do this alone. Reaching out for support is not weakness, but it is strength. You are in the right place. Push is a practice of women that are passionate about supporting mothers because of our journeys serving moms and becoming moms in one way or another.

Even if you go no further, we are proud of you for taking the first step just to see what resources exist. It feels overwhelming and maybe scary, but our job is to simply help remind you of your value as an individual and your worth as a mother. We want you to feel you’re in a place of no judgment and no shame. Your feelings matter and although you’re not okay now, we look forward to walking with you on journey from surviving to thriving. You can do this!

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