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As the saying goes, “it takes two to tango.” Join us for this special event as we discuss the important role dads and partners have in the baby-making process.
- Promoting healthy conception
- Keeping the connection during fertility struggles
- Maintaining the love and active partnership
Dr. Tina Krupczak is a board-certified, licensed dietitian-nutritionist with a Masters in Nutrition & Integrative Health and a Doctorate of Clinical Nutrition. And if that wasn’t enough, she is also a childbirth educator and doula! In her private practice, she has helped countless individuals achieve their unique health goals. Tina conceived Concēv – a practice dedicated to proactive preconception planning that centers around the time before you’re officially “trying,” with a focus on changing men's and women’s lifestyle and nutrition habits to optimize both of their reproductive health. Don’t get her started on any of the following: how overlooked men’s reproductive health is, how people prefer trends to science or the short-sighted obsession with a woman’s D.O.B.
Anthony Wiggins, LMSW is a mental health therapist working for BTST services LLC in Baltimore City, Maryland. Anthony received his Bachelor's degree in Social Work (specializing in family therapy) with a minor in sociology from the University of Maryland -Baltimore County, and A Master of Social Work degree from the University of Maryland.
Anthony has worked in the mental health field as a Professional Rehabilitation Counselor, clinical caseworker, and mental health therapist for the last ten years. He has experience providing therapeutic services while working as a family therapist, couples therapist, sex therapy, and a LGBTQIA+ support.
Anthony is primarily motivated to encourage, equip, and empower individuals and couples toward more whole-hearted living and conscious relationships. Therapy isn’t about a therapist fixing your problems, it’s about helping individuals develop and cultivate their own tools to improve relationship functionality.
Layo George is a registered nurse and an entrepreneur focusing on population health. In response to the nationwide maternal health crisis facing black women, Layo founded an organization called Wolomi that provides resources and guidance to improve the experiences and outcomes for black women during their perinatal periods.
As a quality improvement specialist at the District of Columbia Primary Care Association, Layo led 15 healthcare centers through value-based practice transformation and oral health primary care integration. She also served on the leadership team at Mary’s Center’s Capital Clinical Integrated Network that created a citywide care management and coordination program targeting over 170,000 Medicaid high utilizers—the first population health program in Washington, D.C. funded by the federal government innovation center. Layo will be hosting along side her husband, Tosin Okusaga. They have been married for six years and have a two-year-old son, Liam.
- General Admission$15$150$0
- General Admission - FOR 2$20$200$0