Motherfields began when Kathryn Bereman-Skelly, a licensed mental health therapist, combined her knowledge as a mother and a maternal mental health professional to create as a series of support groups for pregnant women and new mothers. Over time it became clear that mothers needed a space to work and complete projects outside of the home, while at the same time access quality childcare onsite.
Motherfields offers a place for mothers to work in a calm and professional environment, while their children are taken care of in the next room.
Motherfields’ programs give new parents community, professional resources, childcare, and a variety of other support systems.
We also work with employers to create policy, assist with creating environments conducive to working parents, and other consultative offerings to help accommodate and retain working parents.
We value diversity and all types of parenting styles. Please contact us for more information about any of our programs.