Soothing Breastfeeding Grief: small, intimate groups for mothers

Did you have breastfeeding challenges, and afterward, just feel so sad?

 Did you have to use a supplement or pump, or feed with a bottle?

 Did your baby need interventions?

 Did you feel alone, perhaps abandoned, as though no one understands why it matters so much to you, why you tried so hard, or are still trying so hard?

You are experiencing “Breastfeeding Grief,” and it can be really really hard.

My specialty is coaching mothers through breastfeeding grief. I wrote the book!

You are welcome to join our small, intimate group.

Be prepared for tears to flow, and be prepared for understanding from myself and the other mothers – we’ve all felt this way.

Also, be prepared to heal, or to start healing, and to feel better after one or two meetings. That’s because I will lead the group in a series of very easy exercises that bring about a restful state of mind, and help you get un-stuck from negative feelings and emotional weight and tension. They help you recover feelings of having energy and being content, feelings of joy and connectedness. It may feel to you now as though these states are far away and long forgotten, but they can be recovered. Cultivating these states allows the trauma and grief to soften, lighten, and slowly dissolve.

As part of this course, you receive a signed copy of Healing Breastfeeding Grief.

Class Size: These classes are limited to 3-4 persons, to allow time for focused, individual attention for each.

DATES: March 9, 16, 23


 PLACE: Hilary’s Zoom

 The groups are NOT recorded – these are confidential meetings, not to be recorded or otherwise shared.


The cost is $230 – for 4.5 hours of intense, personal coaching and group support

 You will get a free copy of the book “Healing Breastfeeding Grief.” 

 The 4pm PST class: To assure your spot, buy now:



If the spaces are all filled, click on “continue shopping” and you will go to a page where you can sign onto a waiting list, and receive updates about future classes.

 When the class fills, I’ll send you a link to the zoom classes.


I am happy that you can soon feel better! 

Being with others that understand the unique challenges of breastfeeding and all that comes with that is amazing. Then you add guidance and techniques to help the emotional impact, which allows space to begin to heal. Beautiful.

Ashleigh A.

It’s been a real pleasure and helpful experience. The small group was very intimate and allowed me to open up more than I thought I would have shared. The exercises have stuck with me and I try to implement them when i can. I have started reading your other books, they bring much comfort and hope without judgment and discouragement. Michelle M.

Healing Breastfeeding Grief Cover

Healing Breastfeeding Grief

“Healing begins on the very first page,” says a reviewer from England. Yes, read it with an open heart and mind, and your healing begins.