Postpartum Depression and Anxiety Counseling
You might be wondering if it is normal for you to feel overwhelmed and sad after baby is born when everyone else seems so happy. It is common, but is not talked about very openly. Many call this "Baby Blues" or postpartum depression. Some moms experience these feelings of worry or sadness for a short time (PMAD). Others feel deep confusion and anxiety for a long time. Any of these moms could benefit from talking to a counselor that specializes in postpartum depression. They can give you hope and tips to guide you to feel better.
Postpartum Support International is "dedicated to helping women suffering from perinatal mood and anxiety disorders."
Birth Psychology The Association of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health
Postpartum Dad "Helping Families Overcome Postpartum Depression (PPD)"
Amy Mosley Hope Clinic "Offers pregnancy tests, peer crisis intervention counseling, referrals, post-abortion recovery, prenatal education classes, and pregnancy support groups." 1810 Hayes St Nashville, TN 37203 (615) 321-0005
Here is a great article with tips for postpartum depression.
Meet The Counseling Teams
Ready Nest Counseling helps individuals, couples, and families transition through the life stages of conception, infertility, pregnancy, or postpartum or loss. Caring for your emotional and relational wellness, Ready Nest Counselors provide evidence based, unbiased therapy to help you make the most of this season of life. Whether you are experiencing loss, contemplating parenthood, hoping to conceive, just found out you are expecting, or already brought the baby home, Ready Nest Counseling can help you navigate the next phase of your relationship.
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