Stefanie Overstreet

Nurturing the Whole Mom

Stefanie Overstreet

Nurturing the Whole Mom

What if every mother could have the energy and vitality she needs to enjoy being a mom?

Hi, I’m Stefanie, a registered nurse and nutritional therapy practitioner dedicated to teaching moms how to flourish in their health.

As a new mom, I had crushing fatigue, depression, anxiety, difficulty sleeping and digestive issues. When I was struggling, what I wanted most was to feel well enough to enjoy being a mom.

That’s why I’m here to teach women not just what they need to know for flourishing health but how to apply it —whether they are trying to conceive, pregnant, postpartum or already a mom.

I nurture the whole mom through:
– Nutritional Therapy Consulting
– Postpartum Coaching
– Articles that provide guidance, encouragement and practical tools

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Mothers are the “heartbeat” of their homes;

they deserve care that nurtures them mind, body and spirit.

“What if every new mom could experience peace and abundance during her postpartum season?”


The Postpartum Season (1/3)

The postpartum season is one of the most vulnerable times in a woman’s life. I know this firsthand because I struggled for 14 months with postpartum depression, crippling fear, insecurity and disappointment when my postpartum experience was so difficult. It wasn’t tragic just for me; it impacted my husband and daughter also.

The Postpartum Season (2/3)

I’ve spent years learning since then that postpartum can actually be transformative in a positive way with the right tools and support. That’s why I created the PEACE Method for postpartum, so that other moms won’t have to struggle like I did.

The Postpartum Season (3/3)

I guide my clients through this method any time during the first year following birth. The PEACE method is a framework to address the many factors that influence postpartum and to create a solid foundation for mom, whether it’s her first baby or not.

The P.E.A.C.E. Method

P: Practical needs and support system

Addressing physical needs like post-natal nutrient depletion through nutritional therapy and helping mom find a support system that fits her unique situation

E: Emotional wellness

Processing emotions, mood support for postpartum mood challenges (postpartum depression & postpartum anxiety) and developing empowering belief systems

A: Abundance through God’s presence and spiritual principles

Accessing infinite love, peace, and joy through growing in relationship with God and understanding His design for the postpartum season

C: Confidence in your unique way of mothering

Discovering how each woman is created to mother uniquely, instilling confidence as a mom and mothering free of shame and judgment

E: Expectations that are life-giving and full of grace

Creating expectations that make it possible to enjoy motherhood more instead of feeling out-of-control and like a failure

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

ROMANS 15:13