Fertility and Infertility Support
JULIETTA APPLETON, MPA, CCE, CHT
(Speaks Spanish and English)
JULIETTA APPLETON is a birth doula and hypnotherapist with more than 30 years of experience. She has helped hundreds of people overcome their fears and limiting beliefs to create positive change and achieve their goals. She is a founding member of CEA of Westchester/Putnam (now HVBN), and is the founder and former director of the first freestanding birth center in Westchester County, NY--The Birth Cottage. She possesses a Masters degree in Public Administration, has trained doulas, helped establish and operate two postpartum doula services, and has worked with individuals and couples as a sex educator, childbirth educator, birth doula, and postpartum doula. Both her children were born in birth centers with midwives, and Julietta continues to be a fierce midwifery advocate.
CAROLYN BERGER, LCSW
Fertility & Adoption Counseling
Offices in Larchmont & Manhattan
CAROLYN BERGER is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who provides guidance and support to all individuals and couples who wish to create a family. She is an expert in the fields of fertility, pregnancy loss and adoption. Her network includes fertility doctors, adoption lawyers/agencies, and complementary and alternative medicine specialists.
Carolyn Berger is a founder of Path2Parenthood and chairs Path2Parenthood’s Adoption Advisory Council. She is a member of the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), the Adoptive Parents Committee and NASW. She runs a family building group at the LGBT Center in NYC.
Carolyn Berger speaks and writes frequently on fertility and adoption. She has two sons, one through reproductive technology and one through adoption.
If you are trying to build your family and need support and guidance, please contact her at 914-834-6396 to set up an appointment at either location.
TAMI JOY HINDIN, L.Ac., Dipl.O.M
117 Main Street
Dobbs Ferry, NY 10522
TAMI JOY HINDIN, combines Traditional Chinese Medicine, CST and Movement Therapy to help women through pregnancy, into postpartum transition and supports babies as they navigate into and through this world. She hopes to inspire her patients to become involved in their health and to help them find balance and strength in their life. She believes this process can start as early as in utero.
Tami helps women through the continual changes in pregnancy and has supported many working through past & present birth traumas. She is passionate about working with babies and believes that treating them as soon as possible will allow for a happy baby and thus happy parents! She effectively helps babies through through many bumps, including nursing, digestive issues, teething, growth spurts and reaching their “milestones.”
MARNI REULING, Psy.D.
Pregnancy & Newborn Parent Coach
Dr. MARNI REULING provides person-centered therapeutic interventions that approach each client as an unique individual. As a result of her personal experiences, she is committed to helping women and their families on their personal journeys to parenthood. Dr. Reuling specializes in working with women and their partners before pregnancy, during pregnancy and following the birth of their child. Dr. Reuling provides person-centered therapeutic interventions that approach each client as a unique individual.
Her practice focuses on infertility, miscarriage, postpartum anxiety, high risk pregnancies, depression and postpartum adjustment; these experiences are often accompanied by strong emotions, misconceptions and stressful societal expectations. Dr. Reuling believes that women on the journey toward motherhood benefit from specialized mental health treatment to assist them in adjusting to the highs and lows of the reproductive process.
JODI TRAGER, MSW, LCSW-R
Counseling Services & Support for Women and Mothers
JODI TRAGER is a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in maternal mental health and has over ten years experience in a variety of clinical settings in hospitals incl. inpatient, partial and outpatient.
Jodi has been in private practice for over ten years and is located in Northern Westchester where she treats women and mothers. Her practice focuses on postpartum depression, postpartum anxiety, infertility, miscarriage/other child loss and support in the transition to parenthood including but not limited to marital.
Prior to specializing in maternal mental health, Jodi worked with children, adolescents and families exclusively for many years. As a result of a continued passion in this area, Jodi also offers parent coaching services.
Jodi believes that women and mothers deserve to to “thrive” and not just “survive” the journey of motherhood. She utilizes an eclectic style incorporating CBT, DBT and mindfulness into her work with women. Whether you are trying to conceive, pregnant or taking care of your baby(ies) and children, Jodi asks, “Who is taking care of you?”
BA in Literature/Creative Writing-NYU
300+ Hour Trained Yoga & Meditation Teacher
Certified Pre-Natal/Post-Natal Teacher
Certified Professional Life Coach/Spiritual Mentor
Owner, Prana Yoga & Meditation at Full Circle Women’s Health in Harrison
About Prana Yoga & Meditation
Prana Yoga and Meditation offers weekly classes and private instruction in Prenatal Yoga, Mommy and Me, Yoga for Fertility, and Toddler Yoga. Specialty workshops are offered for women and partners include Yoga for Labor and Pranabirthing which uses deep relaxation tools, affirmations, aromatherapy and hypnosis to prepare the mind for birth. Private lessons and life coaching programs are available for individuals, couples, and small groups. The community is close-knit and supportive, a wonderful atmosphere to connect with body, mind and spirit. Learn more at www.pranayogaandmeditation.com
My yoga journey began 18 years ago when I attended a prenatal class while pregnant with my first child. My practice waned considerably over the years that my three children were toddlers. When their dad passed away in 2007, I found myself juggling a corporate career while raising them on my own. Life was challenging and I struggled with depression because I did not have the tools I needed to be happy and at peace.
My practice of yoga began deepened in 2012. I discovered how incredibly effective meditation, yoga and eastern philosophy was in shifting the way I looked at the world. I felt compelled to dedicate my life to helping others. I made the leap and left my corporate career to teach full-time. I love sharing these practices through my teaching and my published work.