Olivia Bergeron - Mommy Groove Therapy & Support
Olivia Bergeron - Mommy Groove Therapy & Support



Reviews (8)

  • Therapist for PPD, other issues

    I’ve loved seeing Olivia Bergeron for similar issues.
  • Working moms therapist recommendation

    Olivia Bergeron 10000%
  • Review from the 2021 Therapist Survey

    During what time span have you seen this therapist? 15 sessions in 2021 Type of therapist: Psychotherapy, parent coaching What kind of patients does this therapist see? Older Children (pre-teens), Younger Children, Teens, Adults (individual therapy), Couples, Families If the therapist treats any special kinds of issues or uses specific therapeutic techniques, please list/describe those here. Specializes in parenting, also PPD, POA, In-person, Zoom, or telephone therapy? Telephone therapy, Zoom/Video therapy, In-person therapy Briefly describe the reasons you decided to seek help: Parenting burnout, feeling stretched too thin, losing my cool with my young kids. Does the therapist take insurance, and if not, how has your experience been with filing claims? No, but she provides invoices and my insurance company reimbursed. Review: Olivia is really excellent. She’s helped me feel in control of my life again. Through working with her I’ve been able to internalize the truth that prioritizing my own wellness isn’t a luxury, it’s an essential part of being a great parent and happy person.
  • Need therapist for Postpartum anxiety

    I love seeing Olivia Bergeron - and still see her for all parenting and life related things!
  • Postpartum therapist needed

    I recommend Olivia Bergeron. Her business is called Mommy Groove. I worked with her before and after my first pregnancy around anxiety. She recently let me know she is doing virtual sessions.
  • Mommy Groove Therapy & Parent Coaching, Brooklyn, Olivia Bergeron

    I saw Olivia twice for PPD. She doesn't accept insurance (her rate I think is $250/session) but she agreed to see me on a sliding scale (still $100/session which was a big expense for me but I was/am really suffering and appreciated her flexibility ). I liked that she said she had a very practical approach of offering ways to feel better ASAP. The first session was mostly getting background but she did give me a kind of decent recommendation for a book to read (along with super obvious advice like "drink a lot of water"). The second session I sobbed the whole time explaining some really serious issues in my life. I begged her to help me try to figure out what I could do to be less sad and miserable and she told me to practice pretty basic self care things. I told her I knew those recommendations and did them (yoga, baths, walks, etc), but that I was still incredibly sad and feeling hopeless. She said "I can't wave a magic wand." It felt really dismissive. I responded that I didn't expect a "magic wand" but I needed some help in figuring out how to not feel so miserable and helpless. She offered nothing and then never followed up for another session. Her reaction made it seem like she had no idea how to help a suffering/depressed person and her lack of follow up really made me feel like she didn't care about me at all. I can't imagine that this is her approach with all her patients, but I would never recommend her, unless you want to pay hunreds of dollars for someone to tell you to drink water and practice self-care.
  • [ANONYMOUS] Therapist for PPD

    I wanted to put another good word in for Olivia Bergeron from Mommy Groove. I saw her for months for PPD and anxiety and she’s wonderful. Thoughtful, no judgement, super knowledgeable - she helped me tremendously through a very tough time. You can and will get through it! Good luck! I’m so sorry you’re going through this; getting help is the best thing for you so good that you’ve reached out and have so many leads now.
  • Review submitted via 2015 Birth Survey

    Review: Kind, empathetic, would recommend Insurance: Does not take my insurance Based on a June 2015 birth