Pregnancy is often an exciting time, but no matter how eagerly a child’s birth is anticipated, emotions like stress and anxiety commonly occur. Pregnancy issues may be mild or serious and can affect the health of the mother and child, put strain on a relationship and lead to unpredictable life changes. Psychotherapy can help expectant moms mitigate some of this stress and express their concerns about becoming a parent. A mental health professional can provide a safe and supportive environment where soon to be mom’s can openly talk about any fears and concerns they may have.

Local Experts in Pregnancy/Prenatal

Crystal Peterson

Couples Therapy, Group Therapy, Individual Therapy

Whether you are someone who has struggled with mental health and are now pregnant OR are overcome with anxiety or depression upon becoming pregnant, I am passionate about helping women on their journey toward motherhood. I am a trained doula and am well connected in the birth community. I seek to help you gain confidence and plan with your birth partner/support for your mental wellbeing.

Becca Hart

Individual Therapy

Gretchen Seefried

Child Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy, Individual Therapy

The best thing you can do for your baby is protect and nurture your relationship with your partner. Babies are extremely sensitive to their environments and deeply affected by witnessing hostile or unhappy interactions. Knowing ahead of time these primary causes of marital distress can allow you to be proactive in preparing to address them.

Jenna Griffith

Individual Therapy

I love working with women who are actively trying to conceive or who are preparing for motherhood. I specialize in utilizing mind-body modalities such as yoga, meditation, and hypnosis; all of which have been found to be especially effective for fertility. No matter where you're at, I can support you in implementing healthy lifestyle changes and feeling more confident in yourself and your body.

Brittni Fudge

Couples Therapy, Individual Therapy, Adolescent/Teen Therapy

As a mother of three, Brittni knows how important it is to gain support while pregnant to come up with a wellness plan that can help mitigate postpartum emotional issues. Brittni holds a certificate in maternal mental health from Postpartum Support International.

Cynthia St Clair

Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Family Therapy

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

Kelly Wiepking

Individual Therapy

Kelly has five years of experience working directly with women and families as they are receiving prenatal care, postpartum care, and delivering their babies. Working within medical systems helped her develop understanding to the complexities of pregnancy and child birth. She has attended trainings through PSI international and recommends visiting their website for info on postpartum depression.

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