Mother Zen & Gillian Reid | Mamas In Mind
Mamas In Mind helps women naturally overcome postpartum anxiety and maternal mental health using Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy, Holistic Nutrition and Self-Compassion.
anxiety, depression, ppa, ppd, mama, mother, baby, birth, fertility, conception, postpartum, healthy, holistic, nutrition, trauma, ptsd, mental health, therapy
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Free Resources

All mothers need access to information that supports their health and wellbeing.

Here’s a start for your journey.

Mama Food & Mood

Mama Food & Mood e-Book

Improve Your Mood Naturally with Healthy Recipes & Mindfulness Practices.


In this FREE e-Book you’ll get 5 healthy food recipes to replenish your hard-working mama body and 5 mindfulness practices to nourish your always-working mama mind.
Together, they are a scientifically proven, holistic way to support your mental health.

 Change Your Mood with Food

5 Day NO SUGAR Challenge

Take our free 5 Day No-Sugar Challenge –  Not to quit sugar forever but to put yourself back in the driver’s seat of your food choices.


Sugar hijacks our energy which is a huge controller of our mood.


Feel empowered to make good choices with our daily tips, info and tasty recipes to help you break the sugar cycle.

MIM Free

The Present Mom Project Scholarship

This is a very special opportunity created to help mothers in need access treatment and support for stress, anxiety and depression so they can get back to feeling well.

For each time we run The Present Mom Project, we offer 1 scholarship spot to a person in need. This spot is 50% off the regular price of the program. The mother who is awarded this scholarship will have access to all of the benefits of the program including nutrition, meditations, cognitive therapy and even the half-day retreat at the end.


Applications will be reviewed before each group begins.

Recognizing Postpartum Anxiety

& Depression Info Sheet

This is a quick reference sheet on how to recognize the difference between “expected” mood changes after having a baby, versus postpartum anxiety and postpartum depression.


Please get a copy and give yourself or someone you know the power of information.

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