Postpartum Wellness

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Depression and Anxiety are the #1 complication of pregnancy and postpartum. If left untreated it can become chronic and serious over time affecting mama and baby at many levels. Fortunately, there is always hope, depression and anxiety are treatable, with proper care and support you will begin to feel better.


Postpartum Depression:

A woman with PPD might experience feelings of anger, sadness, irritability, guilt, lack of interest in the baby, changes in eating and sleeping habits, trouble concentrating, thoughts of hopelessness and sometimes even thoughts of harming the baby or herself. Learn more about PPD, including risk factors, symptoms and treatment options.

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Postpartum Anxiety

A woman with PPA may experience extreme worries and fears, often over the health and safety of the baby. Some women have panic attacks and might feel shortness of breath, chest pain, dizziness, a feeling of losing control, and numbness and tingling. Learn more about PPA, including risk factors, symptoms and treatment options.

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Postpartum (OCD)

Women with PPOCD can have repetitive, upsetting and unwanted thoughts or mental images (obsessions), and sometimes they need to do certain things over and over (compulsions) to reduce the anxiety caused by those thoughts. These moms find these thoughts very scary and unusual and are very unlikely to ever act on them. Learn more about PPOCD, including risk factors, symptoms and treatment options.

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Postpartum Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

PPTSD is often caused by a traumatic or frightening childbirth or past trauma, and symptoms may include flashbacks of the trauma with feelings of anxiety and the need to avoid things related to that event. Learn more about PPTSD, including risk factors, symptoms and treatment options.

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Our goal is to provide a safe and compassionate environment to assess and treat women's mental health needs during pregnancy, postpartum, and beyond.

Our specialized and advanced training in Perinatal Mood Disorders enables us to utilize evidence based interventions to treat women and ensure they receive the best support and care possible during this most sacred rite of passage.