New Arrivals – Bringing Baby Home
For people about to welcome a new baby into their family
Even the strongest relationships are strained during the transition to parenthood.
67% of new parents experience conflict, disappointment and hurt feelings through:
- Lack of sleep
- Never-ending housework
- New money worries.
This can affect baby’s care.
Bringing Baby Home Workshops
Doley Psychology Services’ Bringing Baby Home workshop is for parents who are:
- About to bring home their first child, or
- Bringing home a new baby to meet a sister or brother.
In our Bringing Baby Home workshop, held at Robina on the Gold Coast, Dr Rebekah Doley bases her approach on John Gottman’s research with new parents.
It prepares couples for life with baby and helps them be the best parenting team possible.
In a relaxed and supportive environment, Rebekah helps parents learn to:
- Strengthen their relationship
- Foster baby’s development
- Build on the quality of friendship in the marriage/partnership.
Who is your presenter?
Dr Rebekah Doley is an experienced clinical psychologist with a background in military, clinical, forensic and organisational psychology. Rebekah has had her own private practice for over 25 years and her work has achieved domestic and international acclaim. As well as a background in psychology, she has a law degree and is an accredited mediator and family dispute resolution practitioner.
Rebekah directs her expertise into helping people make sense of transitional points in their lives. Her skills-based approach is a unique mix of psychological theory and skill development, decades of client consultations and deep knowledge work.
Rebekah’s passion is to help her clients develop inner strength, wisdom and courage to live a focused life. Her purpose is to help others diminish their suffering and move towards a value-driven life that leads them to contentment, compassion and a sense of belonging.
A core focus of Rebekah’s professional practice is on helping people to adjust successfully to challenges of key transitions faced throughout the life span.