simple & practical mental health support for mothers

We create personalized mental health programs for moms based on methods clinically proven to work.

 Try our free app! 

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We provide a tailored, supportive, guided program that addresses many of the challenges that new and expecting moms face.  

To see the biggest positive change, we ask you to commit to engaging through our app for 5 minutes a day for four weeks.

I have done CBT in the past to manage anxiety and low self esteem however I did not feel like the techniques / information I was given worked for me. This course was a lot more on my level and relatable.

— Beth

Social media makes it look like new moms are loving every minute of it and if you are struggling in any way you're broken. It is very isolating. This program not only helped me to realize my struggles and negative thoughts are normal but also not my fault.

— Pamela

what canopie is designed to do

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Acknowledge and deal with your inner critic
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Be heard

Communicate your needs
to get support
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Improve relationships

Understand the drivers and improve communication
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Manage worries

Shift your focus from worries to solutions
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Feel more


Break out of negative cycles and fuel positive ones
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Feel in control

Feel more in control of your life and your identity

real experiences

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70% of mothers feel like their mental health suffered more during the first year of their child's life than at any other point

"I wish I’d gotten help when I first needed it instead of 5 years later. I just wanted my feelings to go away - I didn’t even want to talk to anyone about them. I didn’t want to do therapy - I felt overwhelmed and didn’t want to add an appointment to my life or even figure out where to find a doctor."

common misconceptions

I feel this way because something is wrong with me.

I should be able to meet my/society's standards.

I shouldn't get help because I'm told this is normal.

common thoughts

I should feel different.

I no longer have an identity.

My needs are not important.

There are many reasons that motherhood is uniquely hard on our mental health.

The thoughts and feelings you have are not your fault, and you are not alone in how you feel.

Try our free app