Mothers and Daughters
Growing Together: Seminar Exploring the Importance of Mother-Daughter Relationships
Embracing Our Differences, Strengthening Our Bonds
Our seminar is the result of a unique collaboration between a mother and daughter team of psychotherapists who have a passion for exploring the complex and often nuanced relationships between mothers and daughters.
Drawing on their own personal experiences as well as their extensive experience working with clients in therapy, our seminar offers a safe and supportive space for women of all ages to come together and explore the intricacies of mother-daughter relationships.
With a focus on understanding and healing, our seminar is designed to help mothers gain insight into their own experiences, find new ways of relating to their daughters, and strengthen the bonds that connect them.
Whether you are a new mother or have grown daughters of your own, we invite you to join us for a meaningful and transformative exploration of the mother-daughter relationship.
"The mother-daughter relationship is one of the most powerful and enduring relationships in human experience, and it has the potential to be a source of great joy, but also of great pain."
Dr. Linda Nielsen
Why is this important?
Based on the cases we have encountered in our psychotherapeutic experience working with adult women who suffer from psychological issues, we have observed that many of the problems they face are connected to their relationships with their mothers.
To highlight some of these potential mistakes, we conducted a small survey that identified common features and behaviours exhibited by mothers toward their daughters during childhood. These behaviours often have an influence on the difficulties women experience in adulthood.
Mothers who are not aware of the potential consequences of their actions when raising their children can inadvertently make mistakes that have lasting impacts.