Feeling overwhelmed, irritable, fatigued or like you're losing control? This might not be the Baby Blues.
Up to 1 in 5 women will develop a postpartum mood or anxiety disorder. Counseling can help relieve symptoms and help develop healthy coping skills to aid in the continual transitions that come with parenthood.
Are you currently pregnant?
Does Any of the Following Apply to You?
Do you consider yourself a perfectionist?
Have you ever been diagnosed with anxiety or depression?
Was your pregnancy unplanned or unwanted?
Have you recently moved or live far away from family or friends?
Are you a single mother?
Are you pregnant with multiples?
Do you have or ever had a thyroid imbalance?
How We Can Help?
Help you identify and understand the difference between the baby blues and postpartum depression.
Help you develop and manage a prevention plan.
Help you identify your support systems and resources.
Help you create a plan to resolve interpersonal conflict.
If any of the above apply to you you may be at risk of developing postpartum depression or anxiety. Schedule an Appointment.
Are you a new mom?
Are you experiencing any of the following?
Irritability and Anger
Hopelessness and Feelings of Helplessness
Poor Concentration and Focus
Difficulty Getting out of Bed or Falling Asleep
Agitation and Inability to Sit Still
Excessive Concern or Worry about your Newborn or Yourself
Excessive Cleaning or Checking on your Newborn
Heart Palpitations or Shortness of Breath
Intrusive or Repeated Thoughts
Feelings of Guilt or Shame
Feelings of Isolation from Family and Friends
Feelings of Emotional Numbness
If you are experiencing any of the symptoms above, you may be experiencing the symptoms of a postpartum mood or anxiety disorder. Schedule an Appointment.
How We Can Help
Help you identify, evaluate and change unhealthy beliefs about motherhood and parenting.
Help you redefine, negotiate and assess your role at home or within the work force.
Help you heal from a traumatic birth.
Help you stop negative thoughts about yourself as a parent in its tracks.
Help you know and embrace that you can do this thing called motherhood.