Helping clients keep it real: Addressing unrealistic expectations with perinatal individuals
Updated: Jun 14
Many of the clients we see in our practice struggle with setting realistic expectations of themselves.
At times, setting too many goals can result in increased feelings of depression, anxiety, worry, and stress.
Helping clients to assess their time, to create reasonable expectations, and to practice self-compassion is a step in creating an improved sense of wellbeing.
In this video:
Working with perinatal clients
Assessing current tasks
Establishing reasonable goals
To learn more about self-compassion, check out the work of Dr. Kristine Neff at
**Please note that the information shared in this video is not a substitute for professional training or supervision**