Postpartum

Postpartum depression and or anxiety is not a character flaw or weakness, but a diagnosable mood disorder. Many women have the blues after childbirth. But the symptoms of postpartum depression last longer and more severe. Symptoms include feelings of hopelessness and worthlessness, anxiety, and loss of interest in your baby. Mom’s suffering from postpartum depression may have thoughts of hurting themselves or their baby.  If you feel you are suffering from postpartum depression, prompt treatment can help you manage and treat your symptoms and help you bond with your baby.

Local Experts in Postpartum

Cynthia St Clair

Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Family Therapy

am trained and certified through Postpartum Support International on Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders.

Brittni Fudge

Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

Brittni holds a certificate in maternal mental health from Postpartum Support International.

Crystal Peterson

Couples Therapy, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy

Once I was told by a male supervisor that I was too 'passionate and activist' about helping mothers. I strongly disagree. Women used to gather around each other and offer support, healing, and empowerment during the sacred postpartum period. Today they are offered no support. I offer support in a way that can only be given woman to woman and cater to the unique needs of motherhood.

Rebekkah Goodhart

Individual Therapy, Couples Therapy

I am a graduate of the Postpartum Action Institute and focus my work on supporting mothers and families in the transition to parenthood. I work with a variety of postpartum mood disorders as well as general postpartum adjustment. I also offer a three session package during pregnancy to plan for postpartum mental wellness and identify preventative measures that can be taken.

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