Bringing Baby Home


Bringing Baby Home is a 12-hour educational workshop which was designed and created by relationship experts, Drs. John and Julie Gottman, at The Relationship Research Institute in Seattle. The Gottmans’ research demonstrates that when couples become parents, there is a significant decrease in their relationship satisfaction. Further research has shown that relationship discord and conflict have a profound negative effect on the couples’ infants and toddlers.

The goal of this program is to improve the quality of life for babies and children by strengthening the parental relationship.

IN-PERSON in the Ashburn office (map it) – Click the “Learn more” button for specific dates and details.

Parent-Child Bread Therapy Workshop: A Virtual Wellness Workshop


Join Dr. Maya Georgieva and Therapist Tala Halik for a Parent-Child Bread Therapy Workshop, a unique and culturally sensitive approach to healing the relationship between parents and their children.

This event is not counseling or psychotherapy; it is a wellness workshop. You are invited to experience the process of bread making in a new light, including mixing the ingredients in a mindful and intentional way, engaging in self-exploration and sharing the joy of making bread together. Everyone will leave the workshop with their dough they can bake at home.

Upcoming workshops: April 5th and April 19th. We encourage you to subscribe to learn about upcoming workshops.

More Than Sad: Teen Depression


Suicide prevention and awareness is an issue that is important to us at Sunstone. We’re committed to educating our clients and community and to participating in advocacy campaigns that shed light on this critical issue.

That’s why we’ve partnered with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s National Capital Area Chapter to present an in-person version of their program, “More Than Sad: Teen Depression,” on Sunday, October 30 from 5-6:30 PM ET at our Ashburn office.


Sunday, October 30 from 5-6:30 PM ET

Register for this FREE event here:

Sunstone's Ashburn office (20145 Ashbrook Pl, Ste 180, Ashburn VA)
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Parents and caregivers (must be 18 years of age or older to attend this presentation)

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