Bringing Baby Home

Bringing Baby Home

A research based, nationally regarded program for couples new to parenting and/or parents expecting their first child. This program is designed by renowned couples' therapists John and Julie Gottman of the Gottman Institute,

At Sequence these programs are facilitated by expert couples' therapists and our certified Gottman Facilitator team  Mr. Gabriel Chernoff, LCSW-C  and Ms. Anchal Khanna, LCMFT. Please visit our website staff page to view their bios and learn more about each facilitator:

This hands on couples workshop provides written material to keep, a chance for discussion with the facilitators and other parents, and the carefully thought out curriculum covering issues in detail. A comprehensive and evidence-based program, participation prepares couples to become successful as parents while they strengthen their relationship as a couple.

The program is offered throughout the year 2 hour topic based seminars, couples may attend one or ongoing seminars. 

Sequence also offers the material through private family therapy sessions. Offered in two to six 75 minutes sessions, scheduled as day or evening appointments, couples apply the techniques of the Gottman Method to their relationship, while covering the below listed themes of the Bringing Baby Home program to prepare and adapt to parenthood. These sessions are billed at a reduced couples therapy rate and are insurance reimburseable. Offered by both Gottman Educators,  please contact the provider directly to schedule therapy sessions or call 240-200-5401 ext 1.


Transition to Parenthood

Managing Stress and Conflict Resolution

Emotional Communication and Children

Making the Magic Last


Additional details, dates and fees available by clicking on the registration link.

Day & Time: 
Offering in 2 hour and 6 hour seminars or as parent coaching to couples in 75 minute sessions
Listed on the registration site
Gabriel Chernoff, LCSW-C
Anchal Khanna, LCMFT
240-200-5401 ext. 706 Gabriel, 240-200-5401 ext 711 Anchal

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