Tranquility Counseling and Consult, LLC

Tranquility Counseling and Consult, LLC

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PSSST! Yes, You! The people that want to experience the best version of themselves. This is notification to start today with taking care of you! You deserve it!
Surviving 3.6 Inc is a nonprofit organization founded by, Tammy White Steele, that helps support and provide resources for mothers who have loss their children due to tragedy. With the high rate of violence within our community, this is a much needed organization. My partner, Niva Brown, and I look forward to working with the families that have loss their children.
You’re doing amazing! Take one day at a time.
Let's talk about the unspoken, Black Maternal Health! I do not know your story but please know you are not alone. Many women have undergone traumatic experiences during their pregnancy, at the birthing of their child(ren), and days to weeks after that are seldomly talked about. We embrace those moms that are here and honor the moms that have gained their wings. Let's bring more awareness and support to our black women. Listen to your bodies and speak out until you're heard!






🦋 Offically helping mothers more comfortably with this training! Working with mothers here in Alabama and beyond during their postpartum period.

Postpartum depression and anxiety usually slips through the cracks for some professionals and I want to ensure that every client I have never feels unseen.

Book an appointment 1:1 with me on my website or visit The Postpartum Clinic, LLC, , to schedule an appointment or join my New Baby, New Year six-week group.

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Are you aligning your thoughts and actions? Can you see positivity in all the things you do and think?

How can we work to make this better? 🦋

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Move that body!
Your favorite self-care therapist says so.

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🦋 I'm thrilled to announce that I am currently researching and curating a collection of articles and resources for Perinatal Mental Health to be published to my website and blog.

"The joys of being pregnant can tumble down when you realize you will not have a typical pregnancy or birthing experience during a pandemic. The dream baby shower with 100 invited guests, showering you with gifts and congratulatory statements on motherhood, has now turned to drive-bys of waves and masked faces. The hours of shopping for the baby’s first outfit and Christening outfit turns into a lonely online shopping experience. The thoughts of your parents, grandparents, and friends waiting to hold the baby fades because you have to be isolated to keep you and your baby safe from this horrible monster of a virus. Mothers you are not alone! Mothers all over the world are struggling with forced isolation that may increase their anxiety and lead to depression.

Anxiety is a common symptom in pregnancy that many women experience but has doubled during the pandemic.
Many people are not aware of the perinatal mood anxiety disorders (PMADS) that can develope with pregnancy. Some mothers have pre-existing anxiety and depression that gradually increases throughout the pregnancy and worsens after birth. The expected happiness of giving birth may have significantly diminished for you. Not knowing how to cope, along with the added societal expectations that may have conditioned all of us as women to believe once upon a time that every mother is "happy to be pregnant and will automatically fall in love with their baby ". The shame of not being happy to be a mother right now can tug on your mental health and you can secretly sink into guilt."

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✨ Join us - Wednesday, January 13th at 11am as we explore Perinatal Mental Health and Lactation.
As 's newly contracted perinatal mental health counselor, I'll be joining them on their instagram to chat about what mental health looks like for mothers navigating the postpartum period and lactation and how these two things are connected.
Do you have questions about perinatal mental health support? Do you have questions about the thoughts that creep in about your ability to breastfeed or during postpartum? Send in your questions or tune in to ask us live.


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🦋 New Year Goals are great! We love to see everyone putting forth an effort to create healthier habits and enviornments for themselves.

I've come up with a few that are just suggestions and great areas to get you to start thinking of what goals can look like for you.

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There are many tools that can be used to help you check in with your self care. These tools can look like taking a walk with your youngest, playing in the backyard with your puppy, and snuggling together with the entire family on cold and rainy January evenings.

Self care does not always have to look like isolation and independence - what is it that makes you feels refreshed?

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Daily Mantra: "I am deserving of good things!"

Your positive thoughts boost positive actions. What are some of your favorite things to do that seem to INSTANTLY boost your thoughts? Let me know in the comments.

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Welcome to Tranquility Counseling and Consult, LLC. It is our mission to provide therapy services t

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01/01/2022

PSSST! Yes, You! The people that want to experience the best version of themselves. This is notification to start today with taking care of you! You deserve it!

12/07/2021

Surviving 3.6 Inc is a nonprofit organization founded by, Tammy White Steele, that helps support and provide resources for mothers who have loss their children due to tragedy. With the high rate of violence within our community, this is a much needed organization. My partner, Niva Brown, and I look forward to working with the families that have loss their children.

Timeline photos 10/17/2021

You’re doing amazing! Take one day at a time.

Timeline photos 04/14/2021

Let's talk about the unspoken, Black Maternal Health! I do not know your story but please know you are not alone. Many women have undergone traumatic experiences during their pregnancy, at the birthing of their child(ren), and days to weeks after that are seldomly talked about. We embrace those moms that are here and honor the moms that have gained their wings. Let's bring more awareness and support to our black women. Listen to your bodies and speak out until you're heard!






02/14/2021

🦋 Offically helping mothers more comfortably with this training! Working with mothers here in Alabama and beyond during their postpartum period.

Postpartum depression and anxiety usually slips through the cracks for some professionals and I want to ensure that every client I have never feels unseen.

Book an appointment 1:1 with me on my website or visit The Postpartum Clinic, LLC, , to schedule an appointment or join my New Baby, New Year six-week group.

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01/10/2021

Are you aligning your thoughts and actions? Can you see positivity in all the things you do and think?

How can we work to make this better? 🦋

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01/09/2021

Move that body!
Your favorite self-care therapist says so.

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01/08/2021

🦋 I'm thrilled to announce that I am currently researching and curating a collection of articles and resources for Perinatal Mental Health to be published to my website and blog.

"The joys of being pregnant can tumble down when you realize you will not have a typical pregnancy or birthing experience during a pandemic. The dream baby shower with 100 invited guests, showering you with gifts and congratulatory statements on motherhood, has now turned to drive-bys of waves and masked faces. The hours of shopping for the baby’s first outfit and Christening outfit turns into a lonely online shopping experience. The thoughts of your parents, grandparents, and friends waiting to hold the baby fades because you have to be isolated to keep you and your baby safe from this horrible monster of a virus. Mothers you are not alone! Mothers all over the world are struggling with forced isolation that may increase their anxiety and lead to depression.

Anxiety is a common symptom in pregnancy that many women experience but has doubled during the pandemic.
Many people are not aware of the perinatal mood anxiety disorders (PMADS) that can develope with pregnancy. Some mothers have pre-existing anxiety and depression that gradually increases throughout the pregnancy and worsens after birth. The expected happiness of giving birth may have significantly diminished for you. Not knowing how to cope, along with the added societal expectations that may have conditioned all of us as women to believe once upon a time that every mother is "happy to be pregnant and will automatically fall in love with their baby ". The shame of not being happy to be a mother right now can tug on your mental health and you can secretly sink into guilt."

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.
.

01/08/2021

✨ Join us - Wednesday, January 13th at 11am as we explore Perinatal Mental Health and Lactation.
As 's newly contracted perinatal mental health counselor, I'll be joining them on their instagram to chat about what mental health looks like for mothers navigating the postpartum period and lactation and how these two things are connected.
Do you have questions about perinatal mental health support? Do you have questions about the thoughts that creep in about your ability to breastfeed or during postpartum? Send in your questions or tune in to ask us live.


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Photos from Tranquility Counseling and Consult, LLC's post 01/08/2021

🦋 New Year Goals are great! We love to see everyone putting forth an effort to create healthier habits and enviornments for themselves.

I've come up with a few that are just suggestions and great areas to get you to start thinking of what goals can look like for you.

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.
.
.
.
.
.

01/08/2021

There are many tools that can be used to help you check in with your self care. These tools can look like taking a walk with your youngest, playing in the backyard with your puppy, and snuggling together with the entire family on cold and rainy January evenings.

Self care does not always have to look like isolation and independence - what is it that makes you feels refreshed?

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.
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.
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.
.

01/08/2021

Daily Mantra: "I am deserving of good things!"

Your positive thoughts boost positive actions. What are some of your favorite things to do that seem to INSTANTLY boost your thoughts? Let me know in the comments.

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01/08/2021

You definitely don't need permission but sometimes it feels good to hear it. Just a gentle reminder to know that it is okay to focus on regrounding and connecting to yourself and your needs.

You favorite self-care therapist says so.

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01/08/2021

Tranquility Counseling and Consult, LLC is dedicated to helping you restore yourself by working together to change your behavior, thoughts, and feelings to enable a healthier YOU.

How can we help shift your dailty routine to encourage a healither lifestyle?

Visit our website to book a consultation, today!

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01/06/2021

✨ Join us - Wednesday, January 13th at 11am as we explore Perinatal Mental Health and Lactation.

-- the clinic's contracted perinatal mental health counselor will be joining me on our instagram to chat about what mental health looks like for mothers navigating the postpartum period and lactation and how these two things are connected.

Do you have questions about perinatal mental health support? Do you have questions about the thoughts that creep in about your ability to breastfeed? Send in your questions or tune in to ask us live.



Don’t forget to check out Tranquility Counseling and Consult, LLC 💕

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01/06/2021

Hey Mommies! Go visit The Postpartum Clinic, LLC. You can be anywhere not just Alabama. 💕 Speak with the lactation consultant today.


💕 Just in case you all were wondering!

This is an issue. An average pump session is successful and common at 2-4 ounces every 2-3 hours. Most little ones average 1.5-3 ounces per feeding. Remember, ✨TINY TUMMIES + FEEDING/FULL CUES ✨

✨ Some mothers naturally have an over supply and some create an over supply by pumping/nursing more than they need to which makes it more and more difficult to keep up with (which causes stress and we don’t want that!)

✨ It also may make mothers think that baby should be drinking as much as the forth photo (4+ ounces) each session and they shouldn’t be.

✨ It’s normal to have more milk come from one breast than the other but not to the point where you are filling up a bottle. If there is that much milk being made it’s not necessarily safe and can cause engorgement and clogged ducts.

✨ Whether natural or stimulated — to be an over producer, a lactation counselor, consultant, or specialist should be contacted so they can help regulate.

✨This would be an instance where I would suggest sage tea to regulate supply to baby NOT feed the freezer and educate mom on proper pumping scheduling and pace feeding.

Have questions or need support? Visit our website to book a free consult and take out lactation and postpartum support quiz so we can work with you on your needs!

We’re here for you, Mama.

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Photos from The Postpartum Clinic, LLC's post 01/05/2021

Photos from The Postpartum Clinic, LLC's post

Meet Our Team — The Postpartum Clinic 01/05/2021

Meet Our Team — The Postpartum Clinic

Tranquility Counseling and Consult, LLC is partnered with The Postpartum Clinic, LLC.

Meet Our Team — The Postpartum Clinic Our Team  Kayla Bitten, CCE, CLC, Doula OwnerKayla is a certified childbirth and breastfeeding educator and trained doula. She has over seven years of experience in birth work and maternal and infant wellness between both California and Alabama. She has written and consulted for publications and we...

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October is Domestic Violence Awareness
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09/25/2020

📣📣📣Calling All College Students in Alabama, Kentucky, and New Jersey 📣📣📣

College students often struggle with balancing their personal life, family life, and student life. Anxiety, stress, and depression can coexist and can evolve into unhealthy behavior, negative thoughts, or uncertainties. Tranquility Counseling and Consult, LLC is offering therapy sessions geared towards the challenges faced during college life at a special rate. You will be required to show your student identification and unofficial transcript as proof of college enrollment. Virtual sessions are available. Please call 251-209-2477

09/20/2020

The joy of getting married! The butterflies from the proposal, the congratulatory statements from friends and family, the planning of the wedding, and knowing you will spend the rest of your life with the person you love gives you a warm comforting feeling. The wedding day comes, the children come, and life just comes to you quickly. You find yourself drowning because everything comes before you as a wife or a husband. The world sees a perfect life but you are struggling internally and are ashamed to admit that this is not what you expected. The one thing you treasured so much has gotten lost and that’s your identity. You reach out to your spouse but feel that there is a lack of understanding or you are made to feel guilty about your feelings.

What are you going to do? Silently suffer and carry on with a fake smile because you refuse to disappoint the world? Are you going to reach out and seek therapy for yourself individually and/or couples therapy? This does not have to be the end of your marriage or your identity due to normal feelings that can occur. Tranquility Counseling and Consult, LLC is here to help you restore your sense of identity and revitalize your marriage. You and everything in your life are worth fighting to regain! You are not alone, please call 251-209-2477!

09/14/2020

Little boys are often taught “Real men don’t show emotions”. Little boys then grow up to be men that do not know how to positively express themselves emotionally. This can lead to aggressive behavior, depression, stress, and/or potential risk of su***de.

Please seek help for you or someone you love today by calling 251-209-2477.

09/06/2020

Sometimes life just happens! We are forced into an uncomfortable space outside of our element. The tears become a daily routine, our minds become clouded with confusion and negative thoughts, and social isolation becomes our new norm. We silently become engulfed with life taking control and plead internally for help. If you have been experiencing any of these changes within your life, let’s talk about it! Tranquility Counseling and Consult, LLC is dedicated to helping you restore yourself by working together to change your behavior, thoughts, and feelings to enable a healthier you! Please call for a consultation today, 251-460-3215.

09/02/2020

You are not alone!!!

08/29/2020

You control the the thoughts you think and the actions behind them.

08/28/2020

Choose people,
who choose you.

08/26/2020

When stress and anxiety gets to be too much, we lose the ability to deal effectively with the demands in front of us and instead seek to merely survive.

08/26/2020

You have to change the people, places, and things in your life that are toxic, if you desire a change.

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Opening Hours

Monday 10am - 6pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 6pm

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